4th International Conference on Palm Phytonutrients and Chronic Diseases

The fourth conference on palm phytonutrients and chronic diseases will be held at the Hilton Boston Back Bay Hotel on October 14, 2017.

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The fourth conference on palm phytonutrients and chronic diseases will be held at the Hilton Boston Back Bay Hotel on October 14, 2017. This event is organized and sponsored by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board.

Renowned researchers of palm phytonutrients will present the latest research and updates on palm tocotrienol complex and the emerging oil palm phenolics. Among the invited researchers, Professor Dr. Chandan K Sen (Ohio State University), Dr. Pramod Khosla (Wayne State University), and Dr. KC Hayes (Brandeis University) have spent many years studying palm tocotrienol complex in stroke, effects of tocotrienols on dyslipidemia, and palm oil nutrition, respectively.

ExcelVite’s own Mr. Bryan See will also present a talk on the “Production and Standardization of Palm Tocotrienols”.

“Over the past 8 years, the International Conference on Palm Phytonutrients and Chronic Diseases has provided a good platform for researchers and the industry to share the latest research and findings on palm phytonutrients with research scientists, medical doctors and formulators. I have also seen significant development over the years – where research have progressed from in vitro to in vivo and now clinical studies, particularly in Brain Health, funded by the NIH. It will be an exciting conference and l urge all those dietary supplement companies in the north eastern states of US to join this conference (free of charge registration), to learn what these palm phytonutrients especially natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex has to offer,” says Bryan See, Business Development Manager, ExcelVite.

The Conference is free to attend but early registration is encouraged as seats are limited. Interested participants can download the registration through this link: http://bit.ly/2fJezdj

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