Malaysian red palm oil is a rich natural source of carotenoids, including alpha- and beta-carotene. These potent antioxidants have been shown to have numerous health benefits.
Researchers around the world are studying Malaysian sustainable palm oil, and how it fits into a healthy diet. There is a lot to understand about palm oil. This healthy oil is a rich source of vitamin E tocotrienols and has a neutral effect on blood cholesterol. Studies have also shown promising results in reducing stroke damage, limiting diabetes symptoms and protecting skin from UV damage.
These posts share research findings and other scientific reports on nutrition, fats and Malaysian sustainable palm oil.
EVNol SupraBio bio-enhanced full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex significantly reduced serum creatinine levels hence potentially averting the progression of renal impairment among the diabetic nephropathy patients.
This Japanese study affirms previous findings and helps explain how tocotrienols may deliver its neuroprotective benefits. EVNol SupraBio, the supplement used in the study, is sourced from responsibly grown and produced Malaysian palm oil.
A joint study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease may provide hope to individuals affected by the debilitating disease. In the study, mice induced with Alzheimer’s that consumed palm tocotrienols – the potent antioxidant present in Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil – exhibited signs of memory and leaning improvement compared with the control mice.
The researchers concluded that EVNol natural full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex could play an important role in controlling oxidative stress-induced conditions in the brain that could lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
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Serum β-carotene and α-carotene have been found to be associated with protection from diabetes mellitus and diabetes retinopathy respectively, according to a new cross-sectional study published in Current Molecular Medicine.
Based on these favorable findings, the researchers concluded that tocotrienols may have potential for metabolic syndrome therapy especially on cardiovascular and liver health, and therefore is worth further investigation.
Researchers at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center uncovered a novel pathway for hair follicular regeneration. Palm tocotrienol complex (EVNol SupraBio) was shown to induce hair follicle growth via protein expression of epidermal E-cadherin dependent beta-catenin, the key signaling molecule for inducing pluripotent stem cells in the adult skin.
Palm-derived nutrients have been studied for more than 30 years and have been the topic of more than 180 research projects.