Cutting-Edge Research

Chr Hansen's probiotics boost immunity
Probiotic strain Bifidobacteria lactis (Bb 12) induced innate immune activity in the colon — where it was most concentrated — in a pig model. The animals that were both treated through their mother and treated themselves had the best immune response.
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Ribose to the rescue
Valen Labs' D-ribose is a naturally occurring carbohydrate with demonstrated ability to replenish myocardial ATP levels along with an associated improvement in diastolic function following heart attacks. Ribose-preloaded cardiac patients showed 49 per cent greater increases in post-operative cardiac index than controls.
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EcoNugenics gets to root of problem
A study on EcoNugenics' Tibetan formula, Padma Basic, demonstrated complete remission of painful symptoms in 80 per cent of patients facing root canal surgery — with improvements continuing for an average three years post-surgery.
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