Research on Super Vitamin E Tocotrienol and metabolic health – webinarResearch on Super Vitamin E Tocotrienol and metabolic health – webinar
Clinical findings indicate the benefits of Super Vitamin E Tocotrienol on metabolic health conditions associated with blood sugar balance, liver health and the immune system.
August 3, 2020
Sponsored by ExcelVite
Supported by randomized controlled human trials, the latest clinical findings on Super Vitamin E Tocotrienol (EVNol SupraBio®) indicate benefits for metabolic health especially in supporting conditions associated with blood sugar balance, liver health (fatty liver) and healthy immune system function.
Our webinar will explore the latest clinical findings and describe how Super Vitamin E Tocotrienol functions in the body to specifically support metabolic related health conditions and why this key branded ingredient can be included in products to support and maintain metabolic health and a healthy immune system.
As fat soluble compounds - tocotrienols’ bioavailability is naturally poor and erratic, irrespective of the presence or absence of alpha-tocopherol. The webinar will also address this challenge by reviewing the 3B’s (Bioavailability, Bioefficiency and Bioefficacy) of the bioenhanced full spectrum tocotrienol system.
Understand how Super Vitamin E Tocotrienol supports healthy metabolic function
Provide an overview of the latest clinical findings indicating conferred benefits to healthy blood sugar balance, liver health and immune system function
Explore why EVNol SupraBio® specifically produced benefits within the human clinical trials
Assuring the 3B's of Tocotrienols - Bioavailability, Bioefficiency and Bioefficacy via EVNol SupraBio®
Francine Schoenwetter, Content Marketing Director, Informa Health & Nutrition
Professor Emeritus Dato’ Dr Khalid Abdul Kadir, Professor of Medicine, Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine, Monash University, Malaysia
Professor Emeritus Dato’ Dr Khalid Abdul Kadir is currently the Professor of Medicine at the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine, Monash University, Malaysia, and the Endocrinology and Internal Medicine Specialist at the Thomson Hospital, Damansara, Malaysia.
Professor Khalid has made significant contributions to the field of endocrinology and was conferred the prestigious Merdeka Award in 2008 for his contributions to two areas of endocrinology, namely his work on the study and understanding of diabetes, and the relationship between hormones and stresses in various tissues. In the same year, he was made an Honorary Fellow of the College of Physicians, USA, and Fellow of Academy of Medicine Singapore.
WH Leong, CEO, ExcelVite
Mr. WH Leong graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Biotechnology) Degree in Fermentation Technology with first class honors from the University of Science, Malaysia. He was the recipient of the Chancellor’s Gold Medal Award for the graduating cohort. He has over 25 years of experience in the phytonutrient and dietary supplement industries. He is currently the CEO of ExcelVite.
Sadat Maad, Trade Commisioner, MATRADE Los Angeles
Sadat is Trade Commissioner at the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) office in Los Angeles since 2017. He and his team have assisted US companies source for a broad range of Malaysian products and services from various sectors including electrical & electronics; oil & gas; furniture; aerospace; building materials; processed food; and chemicals.
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