True Grace: 'Best New Supplement' NEXTY Award Winner
Natural Products Expo West is the leading trade show in the natural, organic, and healthy products industry. Every year, they host the NEXTY Awards which recognizes the most progressive, impactful and trustworthy products in the natural products industry. True Grace is so proud and honored to have been recognized by the New Hope Network as the Best New Supplement—One Daily Women's Probiotic.
As first published on New Hope Network.
New Hope Network announced the winners of the Expo West 2022 NEXTY Awards today on the Natural Products Expo Virtual Community platform.
Nearly 1,100 products, a record number, were nominated for these awards, competing in 18 categories—several of which were new this year.
New Hope Network received nearly 1,500 nominations as some brands nominated products in more than one category—making this year’s two-tiered judging process particularly challenging and extremely rewarding. As always, the nominated products were evaluated on the criteria of innovation, inspiration and integrity. New Hope Network's in-house judging team and a group of natural products industry experts chose the 18 winners from the 100 finalist products.
Best New Supplement Award: True Grace One Daily Women's Probiotic
This is no ordinary probiotic product. It contains a super-high 90 billion CFUs per serving, plus the label indicates the precise percentages of each of the 12 DNA-verified specific probiotic strains at work. The strains, which also contain a prebiotic fiber lunch box for the friendly bacteria, help women with vaginal, digestive and immune health. True Grace partners with Rodale Institute to advance regenerative organic agricultural practices.
1 Probiotics may help boost mood and cognitive function - Harvard Health
2 Health effects of probiotics on the skin - PubMed ( )
3 Probiotics, prebiotics and synbiotics for weight loss and metabolic syndrome in the microbiome era - PubMed ( )
4 Bifidobacterium bifidum R0071 results in a greater proportion of healthy days and a lower percentage of academically stressed students reporting a day of