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Amino acid


Controlled Amino Acid Therapy (CAAT) is a protocol developed for cancer patients that includes strict dietary guidelines and nutritional supplements focused on controlling amino acid and carbohydrate intake.1.2 The protocol was developed by the AP John Institute for Cancer Research and is believed to be based on extensive clinical research, but studies in humans or …

Eleven studies (from eight independent randomized controlled trials) with a total of 451 participants in the early stages of psychosis or VET were included in the systematic review conducted by researchers at the NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University. Researchers found that certain nutritional supplements given in combination with standard treatment for psychosis improved …

A simple dietary supplement (L-arginine) has been shown to improve birth outcomes, paving the way for future clinical trials to test this inexpensive and safe intervention. In their article titled “Malaria in Pregnancy Alters L-arginine Bioavailability and Placental Vascular Development”, Science Translational Medicine, March 7, 2018, researchers from the Toronto General Research Institute (TGRI) and …

It’s everywhere on social networks: fitfluencers sip their “BCAAs” before or after a workout to fight fatigue, improve muscle recovery and prevent muscle soreness. But is this a supplement you need? Will it really make a big enough difference in your training to bother you? Or, can you get the same nutrients from food? We …

Overview of possible treatments for disorders ranging from demyelination to plaque formation and misfolded proteins. The effects of neurodegenerative diseases range from demyelination to the formation of plaques and misfolded proteins. Current methods of treatment and prevention are limited, mainly due to an incomplete understanding of the mechanism of the pathology. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), …

Barentz has acquired a majority stake in Globe Ingredients, a fast growing international commodities trader and distributor based in the Netherlands, Serbia, China and Colombia. Globe Ingredients main activity is in vitamins and amino acids, mainly for the animal feed industry. With the acquisition, Barentz aims to further strengthen its position as a supplier of …

This company sources vitamins, amino acids, proteins and minerals from suppliers around the world, then stores and distributes them from the Netherlands. Barentz, which is a private company based in Hoofddorp, said the move would also expand its footprint globally, with Globe Ingredients having a presence in Serbia, China and Colombia. Although primarily focused on …