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100% of Women Taking Satiereal Report Decreased Hunger

Satiereal from P.L. Thomas is a satiety ingredient with demonstrated clinical efficacy confirmed double‐blind against placebo.

7-Keto for Weight Management

Double-blind, placebo-controlled studies demonstrate that supplementing with 7-Keto results in a) measurable increases in RMR, and b) measurable weight loss compared with diet and exercise alone.

Review of Clinical Studies on Phase 2 White Kidney Bean Extract and Weight Loss

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Natural Eggshell Membrane (NEM®) is a Natural Therapeutic Choice for Joint & Connective Tissue...

Natural Eggshell Membrane (NEM®) is a possible new effective and safe therapeutic option for the treatment of pain and inflexibility associated with joint and connective tissue (JCT) disorders, particularly osteoarthritis (OA).

Natural Pterostilbene: Bioactive Nutrient

What do healthful berries, red wine and an Ayurvedic medicinal preparation for cardiovascular wellness, Drakshasava, have in common? Find out in this white paper from Sabinsa Corp.

Graminex G63 Flower Pollen Extract for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Men

This white paper, sponsored by Graminex, discusses the benefits of flower pollen extract for prostate support. Download the report here. Attachment Size graminex.pdf 739,44 KB

Lactoferrin, A Truly Versatile Enzyme

Lactoferrin serves so many versatile functions that some people refer to it as the “Swiss army knife” of proteins.

UC-II for Joint Health

Evolving category UC-II® is an undenatured type II collagen that works differently than glucosamine + chondroitin as well as other collagens. Glucosamine and chondroitin have...

Antarctic Krill: Sustainability

Antarctic krill fishery is actually one of the most sustainably managed in the world.

Kouchakoff 2.0

In the tradition of Dr. Howell and Dr. Kouchakoff, National Enzyme Company (NEC) is attempting to update Dr. Kouchakoff’s pioneering work in the context of modern scientific techniques and study designs.

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