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
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ExcelVite is pleased to announce that its in-house laboratory has been awarded the 2015 Laboratory Excellence Award by the IKM (Institut Kimia Malaysia / Malaysian Institute of Chemistry). The award is presented by IKM, the professional body that regulates the Chemists Act in Malaysia and is responsible for certifying the competency and maintenance of integrity... View Article
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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.
Another study proves that alpha-tocopherol does not interfere with tocotrienol uptake and distribution. As a matter of fact, it improves the uptake of tocotrienols. A recent study (Hansen H., et al., 2015) that evaluates the distribution of vitamin E isoforms (tocopherol and tocotrienol) in laying hens was conducted at Iowa State University, USA. The study... View Article
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