Lyc-O-Pro's key ingredient is LycoRed's standardized tomato extract.
A new mouse study indicates that quercetin—a flavonoid derived from onions, apples, and red wine—may boost the bioavailability of green tea polyphenols for fighting prostate cancer.
GRAS status and approval from Health Canada complement emerging science on the benefits of this potential testosterone booster.
Research on the newly discovered insoluble PACs is showing benefits similar to those found with soluble versions.
The company enters Asia markets with Pharmatoka's Gikacran cranberry juice extract.
North American harvest began in mid-September.
The study was published online July 10 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Data shows Nitrosigine almost doubles maximum blood flow compared to arginine HCl and has a blood vessel relaxation effect that is almost five times greater than arginine HCl.
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