During the 2019 Natural Products Expo West, the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) is collaborating with top healthcare professionals and supplement manufacturers to share the latest information learned from 20 years of brain health research using palm-derived vitamin E tocotrienols (EVNol Suprabio) as well as the Malaysian palm oil industry’s sustainability practices.

During a free natural products industry seminar, “Brain Health Research, Vitamin E Tocotrienols and Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil”, Thomas Bowman, Ph.D. of Jarrow Formulas will present on brain health research of palm tocotrienol complex (TocoSorb, formulated with EVNol SupraBio) backed by two decades of clinical studies including NIH-funded tocotrienol research.

Another speaker – the renowned functional medicine expert BSc (hons), DHMHS – Bryce Wylde, BSc (hons), DHMHS will share his personal experience and findings regarding sustainable oil palm practices in Malaysia. Wylde ventured to Malaysia to investigate himself on the palm growing practices and is excited to share his experiences and thoughts with the U.S. audience.

Also at Expo West, the Malaysian Palm Oil Council will introduce Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil Certification (MSPO) to attendees. MSPO certification is a sustainability program initiated by the Malaysian government to ensure the implementation and importantly, to assist smallholders (~650,000 smallholders in Malaysia) in the palm plantation sector in achieving sustainability practices and certification.

“As a stakeholder in the Malaysia’s palm oil industry, we are honored to collaborate with MPOC at Expo West 2019. Such collaboration and partnership between the Malaysian Government and the industry is important for the dissemination of facts about Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil as well as the research and unique health benefits of palm vitamin E tocotrienols,” says Bryan See, business development manager, ExcelVite Inc.

ExcelVite is the first and only PIC/S GMP manufacturer in the market for the extraction of palm phytonutrient specifically the palm vitamin E tocotrienol (EVNol & EVNol SupraBio). We are committed to continuous research on EVNol & EVNol SupraBio and to work together with our customers to ensure sustainable practices and to support smallholders.”


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