April 10, 2008
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.—Natreon Inc. reported on in-house, unpublished in vivo study on the antioxidant profile of its Capros® Antioxidant Superfruit, developed from Phyllanthus emblica, the Indian gooseberry. For 28 days, mice were administered toxic potassium dichromate, which is known to produce oxidative stress. The model design included controls. The assays were made on samples taken from the animals’ brain, liver and plasma. Capros showed promise as a synergistic antioxidant in combination with other superfruit compounds, as a means to increase potency and provide more health benefits. It also showed significantly better defense against chronic oxidative stress with no adverse effects compared to extracts of pine bark, grape seed and pomegranate.
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