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For years, we got it wrong on saturated fat

SATURATED  fat is not unhealthy. This is a clear and unambiguous conclusion from a new meta-analysis recently published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM), an affiliate of the world-renowned British Medical Journal (BMJ). As highlighted in www.theoilpalm.org, leading scientists from the United Kingdom and United States have stated that the world “urgently requires a... View Article

Fruit and vegetable intake influences obesity risk in Mexican-American children

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Potential disparities in fruit and vegetable intake in Mexican-American children may be placing them at greater risk for obesity and related health problems, new research suggests. Ravindranath Duggirala, professor in the South Texas Diabetes and Obesity Institute at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and Jairam K. P. Vanamala, associate... View Article

Study unveils novel pathway for tocotrienol (EVNol SupraBio) in hair follicle growth

New Jersey, USA – Researchers at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center uncovered a novel pathway for hair follicular regeneration. Palm tocotrienol complex (EVNol SupraBio™) is shown to induce hair follicle growth via protein expression of epidermal E-cadherin dependent beta-catenin – the key signaling molecule for inducing pluripotent stem cells in the adult skin. In... View Article

Looking to the future of antioxidants

By Paul Creasy (article source : Nutrition Insight) 16 Aug 2017 — As antioxidants maintain their popularity, companies that produce them are continually looking to future potential applications. Today, NutritionInsight concludes its special report by looking at the research that has been conducted into future opportunities for their use and ingredients that might be popular in the... View Article

Antioxidants find new potential amid modern life’s demands – Nutrition Insight

By Paul Creasy (Article Source : Nutrition Insight) 14 Aug 2017  – Nutrition suppliers have been selling the benefits of antioxidants for some time, and the general public continues to show curiosity about their potential health and anti-aging benefits. Today, we take a look at the state of the market for antioxidants, which seem to... View Article

Dietary Carotenoids, Vitamin C Inversely Correlate to Lung Cancer Risk

A new study reveals protective effects of selected carotenoids and vitamin C against lung cancer risks and growth of different type of carcinoma cells (3). In this study, data from a case-control study of lung cancer in Montreal Canada was used to examine the roles of dietary beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, lutein/zeaxanthin, lycopene and vitamin C... View Article

ExcelVite Completes US FDA Inspection

ExcelVite, the first and only PIC/S GMP-certified palm phytonutrients producer is pleased to announce the successful completion of its quality audit / inspection by the United States’ Food and Drug Administration (US FDA). The US FDA inspection was conducted over three days at its production site in Malaysia. ExcelVite’s production plant and Quality Management System... View Article