Studier på Food-grown kosttilskud

Det findes over 50 uafhængige videnskabelige undersøgelser. Her er et udvalg af disse.

Publiseret uafhængige studier

Comparison of different forms of calcium on blood pressure of normotensive young males
 J.A. Vinson, T. Mazur and P. Bose, Nutrition Reports International, 36 (3), 497-505, 1987

Comparative effect of various forms of chromium on serum Glucose
An assay for biologically active chromium. J.A. Vinson, K-H. Hsiao. Nutritional Reports International, 32, (1), 1985

Comparison of the bioavailability of trace elements in inorganic salts, amino acid chelates and yeast
Proceedings on mineral elements Part 2, 1981: 615-621

Nutrient Availability, Chemical and Biological Aspects. Royal Society of Chemistry
Comparative human bioavailability of zinc 1989

Effect of vitamins A, E and a citrus extract in vitro and in vivo lipid peroxidation
 J.A. Vinson and C. Hsu, Medical Science Research Journal 1992; Vol 20:145–146

Effects of vitamin antioxidant supplementation on cell kinetics of patients with adenomatous polyps
 R.J. Cahill, K. O’Sullivan, P.M. Mathias, S. Beattie, H Hamilton, and C. 
O’Morain, Gut, 1993; Vol 34: 963-967

Inhibition of protein glycation and advanced glycation end products by ascorbic acid and other vitamins and nutrients 
Vinson, J.A. and Howard, T.B. Nutritional Biochemistry, 1996, volume 7, pp659-663

In Vitro and In Vivo Lipoprotein Antioxidant Effect of a Citrus Extract and Ascorbic Acid on Normal and Hypercholesterolemic Human Subjects 
Vinson JA, Jang J. Journal of Medicinal Food 2001;4(4):187-192

Comparative bioavailability to humans of ascorbic acid alone or in a citrus extract 
Vinson JA, Bose P. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1998; Sep:48 (3):601-4

Effect of selenium and vitamin C on colonic crypt cell proliferation
 1 year follow up study. Cahill, R.J., O’Sullivan, K., Beattie, S., Hamilton, H., and O’Morain, C. 
European Journal of Cancer Prevention, 1993;Vol. 21 28

Cell adenomatous polyps. kinetic effects on selenium and vitamin C in subjects 
Cahill, R.J., O’Sullivan, K., Beattie, S., Hamilton, H., and O’Morain, C. 
Irish Journal of Medical Science, 1993; Vol 162(7), Page 285.

Yeastgrown Vitamin C complex may beneficially affect haemostasis and fibrin network structure in hyperlipidaemic patients 
Loots, D., Oosthuizen, W., Pieters, M., Spies, C., and Vorster, H.H. Blood Coagulation & Fibrinolysis, 2004, Vol. 15(8), Pages 677-685

Upubliceret uafhængige studier.

Analytical Study on yeast grown Vitamin D3
Laboratory for Nutritional Supplement Analysis,
Dr Je rey Bland Ph.D. Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, November 25, 1985

Bioavailability of Vitamin B12 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Bioavailability of Vitamin E 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

The results of a randomized double-blind controlled trial of yeast grown Vitamin E on human fertility
 Department of Human & Teratology,
National Institute of Hygiene, WHO Collaborating Center for the Community Control of Hereditary Diseases

Bioavailability of magnesium 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Selenium protection of heavy metal toxicity 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Relative human bioavailability of sodium selenite and high selenium yeast 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Bioavailability of iron 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Comparative human bioavailability of copper 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Comparison of calcium absorption 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Comparison of different forms of calcium on blood pressure of normotensive young males
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

Beta-Carotene Bioavailability Study 
Nutrient Availability: Chemical and Biological Aspects.
Professor Joe A Vinson et al. Royal Society of Chemistry, Scranton, USA. 1989

 

 

 

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