Join ExcelVite at Ingredient MarketPlace 2017 this April 18 – 20, Orlando, Florida [Booth O34] Harnessing the Potential of Tocotrienol and Mixed-Carotene By Bryan See (email Bryan) Despite 5,000 years of recorded human consumption, many people are still unclear about the benefits of palm oil. Palm trees produce fruit throughout the year for 20 to... View Article
Read this article for a collection of Research and Market updates on Antioxidants and Carotenoids – including comments about ExcelVite’s EVNol™ (full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex) and EVTene™ (mixed-carotene).
We are proud to share with you this new white paper which is currently available on the New Hope Network. Download the white paper to learn more about EVNol SupraBio™ bio-enhanced palm tocotrienol complex and recent research developments.
In this article published in Nutraceuticals World, Lisa Olivo details several nutraceuticals that provide cognitive benefits. Click here to read the full article. Disclaimer: The statements in the above article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Topical and oral use of tocotrienol and tocopherol, from the vitamin E family, have both been shown to impact skin via anti-aging, antioxidants and more. Learn more about the cosmeceutical applications of EVNol™ and EVNol SupraBio™, as well as other ingredients from Natural Products INSIDER’s article “Eat, Drink and Apply Beauty: Cosmeceuticals” Disclaimer: The... View Article
This article by Jonny Bowden (“Rogue Nutritionist”) highlights new understanding about fats and their impact on cholesterol health. Malaysian red palm oil is listed among the good and healthy fats.
Since the FDA announced a total ban on the use of trans fat by 2018, many consumers and food manufacturers have started looking at alternatives. Malaysian red palm oil is not only free of trans fats, it is also sustainably produced. Why should consumers choose Malaysian red palm oil? Red palm oil is semi-solid at room (ambient) temperature... View Article
The human brain is highly susceptible to oxidative damage due to high oxygen consumption which is continuous, independent of degree of activity. Furthermore, the high lipid content of the brain makes it susceptible to lipid peroxidation in an antioxidant poor environment. Specifically, Bryan See, regional product manager at ExcelVite Inc., Edison, NJ, explains that “Neuroinflammation... View Article