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Promising potential of Lyprinol® to postpone or prevent the onset of neuro-degenerative diseases like Alzheimer

New clinical research simulating neuronal activity, conducted by the Division of Life Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, shows that PCSO-524® (the active ingredient in Lyprinol®), protects cells under toxic inflammatory challenge. The researchers noted the promising potential of PCSO-524® to postpone or prevent the onset of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer.

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Beta-Glucan by PureNature contains the registered ingredient Yestimun®

New data from human clinical study with Yestimun show significantly increases in joy and decreased blood pressure. These results from Leiber's newest clinical study with Yestimun® have recently been published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

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American College of Cardiology recommends olive oil as a heart-healthy food

A group of doctors and medical researchers have backed olive oil as a heart-healthy food, while raising concerns about fad diets and the use of coconut and palm oils.

A new analysis of nutrition studies voices support for olive oil as a heart-healthy substitute for butter, while urging consumers to avoid coconut and palm oils.

"The evidence base for olive oil is the most comprehensive, with clear evidence for a benefit in cardiovascular risk reduction." - Journal of the American College of Cardiology

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Xylitol anti-cavity debate settled, says DuPont

Consuming xylitol does prevent cavities despite recent uncertainty over its anti-caries properties, according to a DuPont study.

Doubt was cast on the natural sweetener’s anti-caries effect last year when a Cochraine review declared there was little evidence. The review included data from over 5,900 subjects using xylitol-based lozenges, sweets, toothpastes, syrups, and tooth-wipes.

However, using an in vitro dental simulator with artificial saliva, DuPont believes it has proven that xylitol is protective against tooth decay because it lowered gram-positive bacteriaStreptococcus mutans (S. mutans) – a known cause of cavities.

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