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Why should you choose a Powder over a Tablet/Pill or Liquid

Why should you choose a Powder over a Tablet/Pill or Liquid, for an “All In One” nutritional supplement?”

To begin, the delivery system by which vitamins, minerals and countless nutrients are introduced to the intestines will have a profound effect in how much and how soon ‘usable nutrition’ ends up in your bloodstream. 857 more words

Reflections on guest lectures performed by Dr. Furong Tian overviewing the relevance of nanotechnology for drug delivery and Dr. Christine O’Connor overviewing Metal Drugs for multi-model applications

Dr. Furong Tian has a Bachelor’s degree in medicine, a master’s in Biochemistry and a PhD in Chemistry currently working as the assistant lecturer in Dublin Institute of Technology while continuing research in the field of Nanotechnology for different disease treatments and diagnostics where Dr. 1,275 more words

Nutra Tamasha - The great weight-loss hoax - Part 1.

Tamasha: In India it means “farce”.

Obesity: In the world of nutraceuticals, it means “cash-cow”.

Nutra-peddlers can always count on your irrational obsession with your waistline – to improve their bottomline. 513 more words


The Great Nutraceutical Tamasha

Tamasha:  A word known across India. It means “farce”.

Nutraceutical:  Modern catch-word used to describe a confusingly wide range of allegedly healthful products that are allegedly derived from food, or from medicinal plants disguised as food, or offal, glandular secretions, organs, tissue and heaven-knows-what-else, and are allegedly safe and allegedly efficacious. 269 more words


Nutraceuticals 2017 Global Market Analysis of Production, Future Demand, Sales and Consumption Research Report to 2022

Nutraceuticals Market 2017

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Nutraceuticals Market -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2022” To Its Research Database. 492 more words


A critical review of the research paper wrote by Robert Langer – “Where a pill won’t reach - How to get drugs where they need to go” for the Scientific American, Inc in 2003.

This paper was written by Professor Robert Langer of MIT, who has written and published over 1300 scientific articles in the fields of Drug Delivery, Chemistry, Biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals, making him the most cited engineer in History [1]. 1,256 more words