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
ExcelVite is pleased to share a recent Wall Street Journal’s article by reporter Laura Johannes that touches on the health benefits and clinical studies of Malaysian’s palm products , particularly the red palm oil and EVNol SupraBio™ full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex . The distinct color of Red Palm Oil is rich in phytonutrients naturally... View Article
Single, pure tocotrienol isoforms are not as effective as the natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol/tocopherol complex, EVNol™ in reducing oxidative stress and restoring endothelium-dependent relaxation in a newly published study, conducted at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT), Australia. The study also highlights that the presence of alpha-tocopherol is essential for tocotrienols to... View Article
In this article published in the June 2015 issue of WholeFoods Magazine, EVNol SupraBio™ bioenhanced natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex is listed among other nutricosmetic ingredients with science to deliver beauty from within.
ExcelVite‘s full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex was mentioned in the local English daily – The Star Palm oil research reveals its many health benefits JUNE 7, 2015 COMPILED: LEE MEI LI, The Star Malaysia is one of the largest producers of palm oil in the world, so it’s no wonder that earnings from this commodity is... View Article
PRESS RELEASE New Jersey, USA – High levels of dietary carotenoids, especially beta-carotene and alpha-carotene, are associated with reduced type 2 diabetes risk in generally healthy men and women, data from of a prospective study published in Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases suggest. To investigate the relationship between higher dietary carotenoid intakes and type 2... View Article