Tips for Formulating an Intelligent Cognitive Support Formula
In this week’s Industry Insider video, Nutricap Labs’ Chief Executive Officer, Jon Greenhut, offers you his advice for creating custom dietary supplements that are intelligently formulated to support cognitive health: Continue reading “Tips For Formulating An Intelligent Cognitive Support Formula” »
Nutricap Labs Announces Year-End Business Update for the 2014 Fiscal Year
In a press release dated January 14, 2015, Nutricap Labs announced a year-end business update for the 2014 fiscal year.
Among the highlights reported by members of our executive management team: Continue reading “Nutricap Labs Announces Year-End Business Update for the 2014 Fiscal Year” »
Probiotics – Promoting More Than Just Gut Health
Probiotics (a.k.a., “good” bacteria) are well known to support gut health, but a new study released by the American Heart Association journal Hypertension revealed several other health benefits that both consumers and supplement business owners are sure to find intriguing.
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Pea Protein – An Alternative to Whey and Soy
The benefits of whey & soy protein are well documented, but did you know that plant-based proteins, such as pea protein, offer numerous health benefits? Continue reading “Pea Protein – An Alternative to Whey & Soy” »
Consumption of Cranberry Polyphenols Enhances Human γδ-T Cell Proliferation and Reduces the Number of Symptoms Associated with Colds and Influenza
Nantz et al. Nutrition Journal 2013, 12:161http://www.nutritionj.com/content/12/1/161
Meri P Nantz, Cheryl A Rowe, Catherine Muller, Rebecca Creasy, James Colee, Christina Khoo and Susan S Percival
Cranberries and cranberry juice is known to keep the urinary tract healthy. It is known to help reduce inflammation, minimize the growth of pathogens, and has also been shown to enhance the production of anti-lymphoma antibodies. Recent studies show that consuming cranberry juice may help to reduce the recurrence of urinary tract infections (UTI) in women who are prone to such infections. The objective of this study was to determine if a polyphenol-containing fraction of cranberry would have immuno-modulating activities in humans. Continue reading “Consumption of Cranberry Polyphenols Enhances Human γδ-T Cell Proliferation and Reduces the Number of Symptoms Associated with Colds and Influenza” »
Current Nutraceuticals in the Management of Osteoarthritis
Nahid Akhtar and Tariq M. HaqqiTherapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal DiseaseTher Adv Musculoskel Dis(2012) 4(3) 181 – 207DOI: 10.1177/ 1759720X11436238© The Author(s), 2012.Reprints and permissions:http://www.sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.navhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3400101/pdf/10.1177_1759720X11436238.pdf
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a progressive degenerative disease that affects joint function. It involves erosion of articluar carltilage, inflammation of synovial membrane, and resorption of the underlying subchondral bone. Nutraceuticals (commonly referred to as dietary supplements by the FDA) have been proven to be effective in providing relief to the symptoms of OA if used in combination with physiotherapy, aerobics and in some cases, acupuncture. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are the most widely prescribed drugs for OA. They have been shown to decrease pain and stiffness and improve joint function. However, it is believed that nutraceuticals are a safer alternative as their use is generally devoid of adverse effects.
The objective of this article is to discuss the scientific evidence supporting the efficacies of pomegranate fruit, green tea, cat’s claw, devil’s claw, ginger, Indian olibanum, turmeric and pineapple involved in inflammation and the joint destruction process. Continue reading “Current Nutraceuticals in the Management of Osteoarthritis” »
Effect of Grape Seed Extract on Blood Pressure in Subjects with Pre-Hypertension
Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences, 2012, 2, 155-159Department of Internal Medicine, University of California Davis, Davis, California, USAM. Robinson, B. Lu, I. Edirisinghe and C.T. Kappagodahttp://www.lifescienceglobal.com/home/cart?view=product&id=241
Hypertension affects approximately 60% of adults in the United States. In people over the age of 18 years, the prevalence of pre-hypertension alone in the U.S. is 31%. This study suggests a low-fat intake of food has a positive effect on blood pressure due to the presence of phenolic compounds in plant products. Previous studies completed in the University of California Davis laboratory have shown that extracts derived from grape seeds causes an endothelium dependent relaxation in rings of the rabbit aorta that is mediated by nitric oxide. In humans, the extract was also found to lower blood pressure in patients diagnosed with the metabolic syndrome. Continue reading “Effect of Grape Seed Extract on Blood Pressure in Subjects with Pre-Hypertension” »
Nutricap Labs wrapped up its month-long holiday season food drive benefiting Island Harvest on Monday, November 24th.
The final weigh-in revealed that our employees collected 625 pounds of canned and packaged goods for Long Island families in need this holiday season, smashing our original company-wide goal of 350 pounds in the process.
Read our official press release for additional details about our most recent charitable contribution!
Working with a company that completes its manufacturing services in a GMP Certified facility is par for the course these days in our industry. But, did you know there are other things you should be considering?
Nutricap Labs’ Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Greenhut, offers his 3 Tips for Selecting a Nutritional Supplement Manufacturer in his Thanksgiving Eve edition of Industry Insider!
As you can see from the photos below, our holiday season food drive is well underway!
All of the canned and packaged goods our team donates will be distributed by Island Harvest, Long Island’s largest food bank, to local food pantries, soup kitchens, and other feeding stations so that no family has to go hungry during the holidays!
We’ll post another update before Thanksgiving to let everyone know how many pounds of food were donated, so stay tuned!