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Liver Health Ingredient

Sabinsa has announced LivLonga, a new ingredient for healthy liver function. LivLonga is a blend of three of Sabinsa’s scientifically validated natural ingredients: 250...

Sabinsa Ingredients Receive Non-GMO Verification

East Windsor, NJ—Sabinsa has announced in a press release that several of the company’s ingredients are now Non-GMO Project Verified. The Non-GMO Project is an...

Company Profile: America’s Finest, Inc.

America‘s Finest, Inc. (AFI) offers two lines of dietary supplements that provide what customers want: safe and effective products in therapeutic amounts that will...

Nutrition and Immunity

In this white paper, Sabinsa explores immunity, from the development of the immune system to the role of over 20 health-boosting ingredients based on...

Curcumin C3 Complex with BioPerine Shown to Improve Cytokine Levels

East Windsor, NJ—A new clinical trial studied the effects of a combination of Sabinsa's Curcumin C3 Complex and BioPerine on serum cytokine concentrations. The study,...

Sabinsa Calls Out ‘Unscrupulous’ Misbranded Amla Products

East Windsor, NJ—Sabinsa announced that it has identified mischaracterized amla (Emblica officinalis; aka Indian gooseberry) extract with claims of high levels of natural vitamin...

Research Review Evaluates Curcumin’s Impact on Immune Health

East Windsor, NJ—A research review of the effects of curcumin on the immune system, written by 8 scientists including Founder and Chairman of Sabinsa...

Sabinsa’s pTeroWhite Shows Promise for Cosmeceutical Applications, Research Finds

East Windsor, NJ—Two new studies have recently been published on the topical benefits of Sabinsa’s pTeroWhite, a natural pterostilbene isolated and purified from Pterocarpus...

C-glycoside Rich Extract from Pterocarpus marsupium

The prevalence of diabetes is increasing due to changing lifestyle which encompasses increasing prevalence of obesity and physical inactivity. According to WHO, in 2014,...

Probiotics for Health & Well-Being: Can Your Probiotic Survive?

Probiotics has a long history of human use, and cultured dairy products, for example, are traditionally consumed in several parts of the world. The...