Supplier Research


  • Fatty Acids | Research News

    Carnipure Prevents Decrease in Plasma L-carnitine During Pregnancy

    Daily supplementation with 500 mg of Carnipure tartrate, a form of L-carnitine, prevents the decline of plasma L-carnitine concentration in women from week 12 of pregnancy up to delivery, according to a new study published in the European Journal of…
    09.01.09

  • Research News

    ThinOgen Plus Assists in Weight & Fat Control

    New research indicates that ThinOgen Plus is effective in controlling body weight and fat, according to Beijing Gingko Group (BGG). A proprietary blend of fucoxanthin and other ingredients, ThinOgen Plus was administered in a randomized clinical tria…
    09.01.09

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    NutraFlora Prebiotic Fiber Increases Magnesium Absorption

    A new study published in the journal Nutrition Research demonstrates the ability of NutraFlora short-chain fructooligosaccharides (scFOS) prebiotic fiber to increase magnesium absorption. The study, conducted at Netherlands-based TNO, investigate…
    09.01.09

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    AstaReal Astaxanthin Reduces Eye Fatigue

    A recent study conducted at the Kajita Clinic in Tokyo, Japan, indicates that AstaReal astaxanthin may significantly improve the ability of older subjects (mean age of 54 years) to focus on nearby objects. Researchers suggest that the underlying r…
    09.01.09

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    Whey Peptide May Improve Vascular Function

    A double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in Nutrition Journal showed that Nitric Oxide Peptide-47 (NOP-47) significantly improved measures of vascular health. To assess vascular function in response to ingestion of NOP-47 among 20 health…
    09.01.09

  • Minerals | Research News | Vitamins

    ArginMax May Increase Female Libido

    A clinical study on the role of nutritional supplementation in female sexual health indicates that ArginMax, from The Daily Wellness Company, Honolulu, HI, may improve sexual desire and overall satisfaction of women of differing menopausal status. Re…
    09.01.09

  • Research News

    Eco-Atkins Diet May Reduce Heart Disease Risk Factors

    A new study shows a vegetarian version of the Atkins low-carbohydrate diet may help people lose weight and lower levels of LDL cholesterol. The traditional Atkins diet consists of low carbohydrate foods and a high intake of animal protein. Resear…
    09.01.09

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    Study Suggests KBA Could Be a Valid Biomarker in Boswellia Extracts

    Recent research on Boswellia serrata indicates 11-keto B-boswellic acid (KBA) may be the appropriate active biomarker to measure consumption of Boswellia extracts. A human pharmacokinetic study found a single 333 mg dose of Wokvel, from Verdure Sc…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    UC-II Data Shows Joint-Health Benefits For Dogs

    A new study presented at the Society of Toxicology’s 48th Annual Meeting & ToxExpo, demonstrates that 40 mg a day of UC-II, from InterHealth Nutraceuticals, helps promote joint comfort and mobility in dogs. This placebo-controlled study…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    Neuravena May Help Reduce Cigarette Cravings

    According to recent study results, Frutarom’s Neuravena, an extract derived from a proprietary strain of wild green oat, was found to reduce the average number of cigarettes smoked per day. The study was conducted with a group of male Japane…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    Pure Genistein Reduces Menopausal Symptoms

    According to a multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, geniVida, a proprietary form of pure genistein from DSM Nutritional Products, reduces the number and duration of hot flashes in peri- and postmenopausal women. Women…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    ProbioKid Reduces Risk of Infection in Children

    Daily supplementation with ProbioKid, from Institut Rosell-Lallemand, reduced the risks of common infections in children, according to a recent randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. The study was conducted during the winter of 2006-2…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    Eligen Technology Increases Satiety with GLP-1 and PYY3-36

    Results from a recent clinical study demonstrate that Eligen Technology, from Emisphere Technologies, enables appetite suppression when formulated with two peptides, GLP-1 and PYY3-36. The randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial—…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    MK-7 Supports Healthy Bone Growth

    Modest supplementation with vitamin K2 menaquinone-7 supports healthy bone growth and development in children by increasing activation of the bone-building protein osteocalcin, according to a study recently published in British Journal of Nutrition.…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    Phase 2 Decreases Glucose Absorption

    Two recent double-blind, human pilot studies indicate that Phase 2 Carb Controller, from Pharmachem Laboratories, may decrease glucose absorption. According to conclusions, the white bean extract demonstrates in vivo efficacy for inhibition of starch…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    Cognizin Citicoline Boosts Mental Function

    A recent study published in NMR in BioMedicine suggests that Cognizin citicoline, from Kyowa Hakko, supports the improvement of brain function by increasing the production of several neurotransmitters in the central nervous system, including acetylch…
    07.01.09

  • Fatty Acids | Research News

    Hi-maize Resistant Starch Improves Insulin Sensitivity

    Consumption of Hi-maize resistant starch, from National Starch Food Innovation, significantly increased insulin sensitivity in individuals with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome, according to preliminary results from a study conducted at the…
    07.01.09

  • Research News

    North American Children are Deficient in Omega 3

    A recent study published in the Journal of Nutrition suggests that most Canadian children are deficient in omega 3 EPA/DHA, as 78% of the children evaluated were not receiving adequate amounts in their diet. Researchers from the University of Guelp…
    06.01.09

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    Carnipure Tartrate Improves Vascular Function After a High-Fat Meal

    Research conducted by the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Connecticut and published in the American Journal of Cardiology demonstrated that supplementation with Carnipure tartrate improves flow-mediated dilation (FMD) in the brachial a…
    06.01.09

  • Research News

    Lactium Reduces Stress-Related Symptoms

    Recent studies conducted on Lactium, a milk protein hydrolysate from Pharmachem Laboratories, indicate that the ingredient reduces stress-related symptoms and promotes relaxation. One double-blind, cross-over study conducted over a 30-day period inv…
    06.01.09