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Published August 15, 2014
FutureCeuticals, Inc. revealed the publication of a successful clinical study on the direct effect of a dietary supplement ingredient formula on reactive oxygen species (ROS, often referred to as "free radicals") in humans. According t… Read More »
ORAC Using Multiple Radicals (ORAC-MR): New Horizons in Total Antioxidant  Capacity Measurement
By Boxin Ou, PhD, International Chemistry Testing, LLC, & Boris Nemzer, PhD, FutureCeuticals
Published March 3, 2014
There remains an interest in and need for valid, reliable in vitro antioxidant methods for R&D, product development and quality control purposes. Read More »
Published October 4, 2012
In an attempt to salvage skin from the damaging effects of free radicals, Genesis Today, Austin, TX, has launched a new beverage, Genesis Today Acai Berry Juice. The antioxidants in the new drink battle free radicals to help restore natural and youth… Read More »
Published December 1, 2008
Enzymedica, Port Charlotte, FL, has re­leased three new products, including Free Radical Defenze, which contains a high-potency blend of enzymes studied for their antioxidant qualities and ability to assist in reducing damage caused by free radic… Read More »
Published January 1, 2005
A clinical trial conducted by Pepperdine University revealed a dramatic improvement in time trial performance by elite cyclists as a result of the daily intake of FRS Plus, a Free Radical Scavenger antioxidant supplement beverage. The researchers con… Read More »
Published June 1, 2003
Orthomol GmbH has introduced Orthomol® Redox, a self test that can be used to evaluate the oxidative stress affecting the body by determining levels of malondialdehyde, which is generated when free radicals attack unsaturated fatty acids and it i… Read More »
By Ginny Bank & Rod Lenoble
Published September 1, 2002
Standardizing the way we look at antioxidants. Read More »
Published August 14, 2014
A recent study in the British Journal of Nutrition suggests that iodine deficient subjects could benefit from the natural iodine present in an organic wild-harvested form of kelp, Seagreens. A natural whole-food ingredient, Seagreens used in this stu… Read More »
Published July 23, 2014
Arboris LLC has released a new paper that substantiates the safety and efficacy of its Protanica plant sterol, authored by food scientist Dr. Jerzy Zawistowski of the University of Manitoba.   In its conclusion, the study review stated that Prot… Read More »
Published July 17, 2014
A research group at Dokkyo Medical University School of Medicine collaborated with other Japanese health institutions to conduct a double-blind, crossover study to evaluate the effects of NKCP, a purified filtrate of Bacillus subtilis natto cult… Read More »
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