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Dr Bryce Wylde and WH Leong discussed EVNol SupraBio and brain white matter lesion research at SSW 2015

Alternative Health Specialist Dr. Bryce Wylde interviewed Mr. WH Leong (CEO, ExcelVite) to discuss the research findings of EVNol SupraBio™ on brain white matter lesions. During the interview, Mr. Leong explained – What White matter lesions (WML) lead to? Results from the study showed that 200mg twice a day of EVNol SupraBio™ attenuates the progression... View Article

Research Collaboration – Palm Tocotrienol Complex for Parkinson’s Disease

Malaysia’s Hovid Berhad and Singapore’s National Neuroscience Institute Signed MOU On Tocotrienol Parkinson’s Disease Research Dear readers, It is our pleasure to share with you that Hovid Berhad (one of Malaysia’s largest pharmaceutical companies) and the National Neuroscience Institute (NNI) of Singapore have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to conduct research to study the neuroprotective... View Article

Dietary Carotenoids Reduces Risks of Type 2 Diabetes in Middle-Aged and Older Japanese Patients – Mikkabi cohort study

The prestigious British Medical Journal’s Open Diabetes Research and Care published the first longitudinal cohort study that demonstrates that long term high consumption of carotenoids especially pro-vitamin A carotenoids (alpha-carotene, beta-carotene and beta-cryptoxanthin) reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes in middle aged and older Japanese patients. A total of 1073 males and females age... View Article

Empowering Women’s Health through Bio-enhanced Palm Tocotrienol Complex

March 8th is International Women’s Day  International Women’s Day falls on March 8th every year, and this is a day especially dedicated to celebrate women leaders who inspire changes or movements towards gender equity so that women have equal access to social goods, resources and opportunities without any discrimination on the basis of gender. Unfortunately, there is something... View Article

High Carotenoid Dietary Intake Increases Leukocyte Telomere Length

  A new study demonstrates increased level of blood carotenoids (ie: high consumption of carotenoid-rich foods) increases telomere length. Telomere length is a biomarker for age-related diseases. Hence, shorter telomere length is associated with aging, cancer and a higher risk of developing age-related disease and vice versa. In this study, 3660 participants aged 20-year-old and... View Article