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The term “nutraceutical” was used for the first time by Dr.Stephen De Felice to indicate the fusion of word “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical”.

Rial Pharma’s catalog also includes a wide range of products for the production of food supplements and nutraceuticals, given the increase of their consumption and the increasing prominence in recent years.

Alphabetical List of Nutraceuticals

  • ACETYL CARNITINE

    Acetyl-l-carnitine is a substance chemically corresponding to the acetyl ester of carnitine, a substance naturally present in animal tissues whose best known function is to transport fatty acids within the mitochondria, where they are converted into energy. There are several properties that are ascribed to acetyl-l-carnitine, thanks to which this substance is currently marketed and included as an ingredient in various supplements: it seems that it has antioxidant functions for the human body, and that in particular it performs a protective action on the brain. The cytoprotective action of Acetyl-L-Carnitine has proved effective in neurodegenerative diseases such as neuropathies, Alzheimer’s disease, Down syndrome and senile dementia. Among the other properties that would characterize it, there would also be the stimulation and release of various hormones, including testosterone.

    (CAS No: 14992-62-2)
  • ADENOSINE USP 35

    Adenosine is a nucleoside that plays an extremely important function in the constitution of DNA. Adenosine also plays a fundamental role in biochemical processes, such as in the transfer of energy (in the transition from ATP to ADP) and in signal transduction, through cAMP. Adenosine covers a wide range of biological activities in the human body. This molecule produces a number of effects including: On the hair, adenosine stimulates hair lengthening; On the liver, adenosine prevents lipolysis, improves the absorption of sugars and causes the reduction of blood vessels; On the lungs, adenosine is capable of narrowing the airways and can be used to lower the pressure inside the pulmonary artery; On the skin, adenosine can increase the proliferation of fibroblasts, carrying out an effective anti-aging effect; On the kidneys, adenosine is able to lower blood flow and decreases the secretion of rennin (an enzyme that has the function of promoting the digestion of milk and regulating the reabsorption of water in the kidneys). However, the most evident effects of adenosine are most noticeable on the central nervous system, because in the brain this molecule acts as a sedative neurotransmitter.

    (CAS No: 58-61-7)
  • ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID

    Lipoic acid, also called thioctic acid or dithioctanoic acid, is of essential importance for the health of the human body cells. It is a growth factor for numerous microorganisms. There are several properties that are attributed to lipoic acid and that this substance is used as an ingredient in various supplements. The most important is certainly the antioxidant capacity: this substance would be able to protect cells from damage caused by the harmful action of free radicals (both at the intracellular level and at the level of cell membranes). This acid, in addition to carrying out a direct antioxidant action, also favors the action of other antioxidant substances (vitamin E, vitamin C, coenzyme Q10, etc.), thus also giving rise to an indirect antioxidant action. Several studies have highlighted the potential involvement of lipoic acid in keeping blood sugar levels under control, giving rise to anti-diabetes effects; finally, other studies have found the protective action of lipoic acid on cardiovascular function.

    (CAS No: 1077-28-7)
  • ANHYDROUS CAFFEINE

    Anhydrous caffeine is a variant of the better known caffeine, the difference of which lies in the chemical composition. The absence of water in anhydrous caffeine modifies its absorption times, making it longer but at the same time more effective. It is a well-known functional for its action on the microcirculation and its ability to reduce bags and dark circles around the eyes. It is part of a group of substances called Methylxanthines, recognized as effective in determining the activation of the metabolism of adipocytes with the result of a demolition of stored fats; caffeine is therefore indicated for the treatment of localized adiposity and cellulite. The main actions of caffeine for topical use are: beneficial effect on microcirculation, reduction of dark circles and bags, slimming and toning action (reduction of adiposity and cellulite), antioxidant action, astringent action, improvement of skin tone and smoothness.

    (CAS No: .: 58-08-2)
  • ASCORBYL PALMITATE

    Ascorbyl Palmitate is a form of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) esterified with palmitic acid, a completely saturated natural fatty acid with 16 carbon atoms. It comes in the form of a white-light yellow powder and represents a fat-soluble form of vitamin C. Given the greater affinity for lipids, Ascorbyl Palmitate rapidly penetrates through the skin and cell membranes, where it exerts its antioxidant action, contributing to prevent cellular aging, reducing lipid peroxidation, cell oxidation and collagen degeneration, for the synthesis of which vitamin C plays a fundamental role. Ascorbyl Palmitate is also used as a food supplement and to preserve foods from oxidation.

    (CAS No.: 137-66-6)
  • ASTAXANTHIN

    Astaxanthin is a carotenoid naturally present in some algae and which gives their typical color to fish such as salmon and crustaceans such as lobster and shrimp. Astaxanthin is endowed with antioxidant power: it is therefore attributed the ability to protect cells from damage associated with oxidation. It is also believed to improve the functioning of the immune system. Its intake is proposed in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s, stroke, high cholesterol and age-related macular degeneration. It is also used for cancer prevention and, applied directly to the skin, to protect the skin from sunburn.

    -5% powder

    -10% oil

    (CAS No: 472-61-7)
  • ATP (ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE)

    Adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, is made up of a molecule of adenine and a molecule of ribose (sugar with 5 carbon atoms) to which three phosphoric groups are linked, by means of two high-energy bonds. The energy stored in ATP derives from the degradation of compounds called carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, through metabolic reactions that occur in the absence or presence of energy. Since the energetic function of ATP is intimately related to the catalytic function of enzymes, ATP is considered a coenzyme. Almost all cellular reactions and processes in the body that require energy are fueled by the conversion of ATP to ADP; among them are, for example, the transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction, active transport across plasma membranes, protein synthesis and cell division.

    (CAS No: 472-61-7)
  • BETA-CAROTENE 98%

    Beta-carotene is a carotenoid, that is one of the plant pigments (red, yellow and orange) which are precursors of vitamin A (retinol). Beta-carotene is important for our body from a nutritional point of view. First of all, it is an excellent antioxidant, therefore capable of counteracting the onset of free radicals, and is a primary source of vitamin A, which has beneficial effects on sight and skin and which allows bones to grow evenly. For this reason, a correct intake of beta-carotene is recommended especially for children and young people in the growing age. The benefits of beta-carotene increase in the case of simultaneous intake of vitamin C, vitamin E and zinc.

    (CAS No .: 7235-40-7)
  • BETA-GLUCAN

    The term beta-glucans normally refers to a class of indigestible polysaccharides, found in foods such as bran, oats, yeasts, mushrooms and algae. Primarily located in the cell wall, beta-glucans are polysaccharides made up of units of D-Glucose, joined together through Beta 1,3 or Beta 1,4 glycosidic bonds. The particular chemical characteristics give the beta-glucans a certain flexibility, but above all a very low digestibility, responsible for the mechanical properties carried out in the intestine. The structure of beta-glucans therefore influences their metabolic functions, in particular their cholesterol-lowering, hypoglycemic and immunomodulatory activities.

    -15%

    -55% – 85% from oats

    (CAS No.: 9037-30-3)
  • CHONDROITIN SULFATE

    Chondroitin is a high molecular weight polysaccharide, i.e. a long chain made up of sugar molecules. Chondroitin sulfate is one of the essential components that make up the cartilage of the joints, giving it a high resistance to compression. Its physiological function is to maintain the elasticity of the cartilage itself, prevent its degradation and attenuate inflammation by reducing the production and activation of inflammatory mediators in the cells that produce the components of the cartilage. For these reasons, the use of Chondroitin sulphate could: contribute to the structural and functional maintenance of the joint, confer a certain chondroprotective activity, reduce pain in the course of degenerative diseases, such as osteoarthritis, reduce joint inflammation and improve mobility. joint during diseases such as osteoarthritis.

    -bovine

    -shark 90%

    -pig

    (CAS No.: 260532-61-4)
  • CITICOLINE SODIUM

    Citicoline, also CDP-choline, is a molecule with psychostimulating and nootropic activity, that is, it is able to increase the cognitive abilities of the individual. Citicoline carries out its activity at the level of alterations in neuronal metabolism, at the level of neurotransmission and at the level of haemodynamic disorders; therefore, it induces a better general level on cerebral metabolism, favors the use of oxygen in the brain and normalizes the threshold values of both the awakening reactions and the neuro-myoelectric transmission.

    (CAS No.: 33818-15-4)
  • CITRUS FIBERS

    Citrus fruit is NOT the set of fruits with the highest concentration of fibers. However, looking at the chemical detail, an excellent percentage of protopectin (soluble fiber known as pectin) emerges. Pectin is a structural polymer contained in the cell walls of plants. It is a heteropolysaccharide, that is a “chain” formed by many “units” which are also different from each other. Some links between the “bricks” are of the alpha 1-4 glycosidic type (theoretically digestible for humans). However, our bodies are NOT able to absorb what’s left of the pectin after digestion. This means that the function of this nutritional component is NOT of an energetic-metabolic type. Thanks to its gelling capacity, pectin increases the sense of satiety, slows digestion, modulates absorption, tends to reduce cholesterol uptake and regulates intestinal motility.

    (CAS No.: 9000-69-5)
  • COENZYME Q10

    Coenzyme Q10 (or ubiquinol) is a molecule present throughout the body and particularly abundant in the heart, liver, kidneys and pancreas. Coenzyme Q10 is essential for the proper functioning of many organs and for carrying out numerous chemical reactions that take place in the body. Similar to a vitamin, it helps to supply the cells with energy, seems to exert an antioxidant action and is deficient in the presence of some diseases. Its intake is proposed against cardiovascular problems, diabetes, gum disease, Parkinson’s, muscular dystrophy, chronic fatigue syndrome, Lyme disease, Huntington’s disease and breast cancer. It is also used to increase energy and resistance to physical effort and to strengthen the immune system.

    (CAS No.: 303-98-0)
  • CONJUGATED LINOLEIC ACID

    The term conjugated linoleic acid refers to a group of substances that correspond to different forms of linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid belonging to the omega 6 fat series particularly abundant in beef and dairy products. Conjugated linoleic acid could help reduce fat deposits in the body and improve the immune system. Currently, research conducted in the field suggests that it could be really useful in combating obesity by reducing the sense of hunger; it also appears to help lower high blood pressure.

    (CAS No.: 60-33-3)
  • CORAL CALCIUM

    It is calcium extracted from corals that have fallen from coral reefs. It is a carbon-based molecule, classified as calcium carbonate, however there is a great diversity between coral calcium, which is organic, and calcium carbonate, which is inorganic. It acts as a detoxifier by promoting the elimination of metabolic residues and helping to maintain tissue pH levels at the optimal value. It is indicated for keeping bones and teeth strong, supports the proper functioning of the nerves by strengthening the functions of the nervous system, helps relieve insomnia and promotes the metabolism of iron deposits. It prevents osteoporosis and is indicated for relieving the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.

    (CAS No.: 471-34-1)
  • CREATINE ALPHA-KETOGLUTARATE (1: 1)

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized starting from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Creatine is widely used in sports as an ergogenic aid, although recent evidence has also characterized a very interesting antioxidant, cardioprotective and neuroprotective activity. Creatine has also been used successfully in the clinical setting, in pathologies such as muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, sarcopenia, cachexia and in heart failure.
    Creatine is combined with alpha-ketoglutaric acid. The latter is an intermediate of the Krebs cycle, which is very important for the production of energy. So the sum of creatine to alpha-ketoglutaric acid gives an energy production (ATP) clearly superior to simple creatine monohydrate. It is very similar to sick creatine, with the advantage of better stabilizing the creatine molecule at gastric pH, thus reducing the percentage degraded by the stomach.

    (CAS No.:)
  • CREATINE ETHYL ESTER

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized starting from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Creatine is widely used in sports as an ergogenic aid, although recent evidence has also characterized a very interesting antioxidant, cardioprotective and neuroprotective activity. Creatine has also been used successfully in the clinical setting, in pathologies such as muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, sarcopenia, cachexia and in heart failure.
    Creatine ethyl ester is absorbed directly by the muscle cells, without the need for the action of insulin and without causing swelling. It is therefore an excellent alternative for those who do not want to take too many simple carbohydrates and for those who are prone to stomach upset and swelling caused by supplementing with creatine monohydrate.

    (CAS No.: 15366-32-2)
  • CREATINE MALATE

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized starting from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Creatine is widely used in sports as an ergogenic aid, although recent evidence has also characterized a very interesting antioxidant, cardioprotective and neuroprotective activity. Creatine has also been used successfully in the clinical setting, in pathologies such as muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, sarcopenia, cachexia and in heart failure.
    Creatine is combined with malic acid. The latter is an intermediate of the Krebs cycle, which is very important for the production of energy. So the sum of creatine to malic acid gives a much higher energy production (ATP) than simple creatine monohydrate.

    (CAS No.:)
  • CREATINE MONOHYDRATE

    Creatine is naturally present in our body and is synthesized from three amino acids (glycine, arginine, methionine). Mainly known for its effectiveness in increasing muscle tone and mass, it also contributes to proper functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Creatine is widely used in sports as an ergogenic aid, although recent evidence has also characterized a very interesting antioxidant, cardioprotective and neuroprotective activity. Creatine has also been used successfully in the clinical setting, in the course of diseases such as muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, sarcopenia, cachexia and in heart failure.
    Creatine monohydrate was one of the first forms to be introduced on the market; it is the most used, therefore the most studied.

    (CAS No.: 6020-87-7)
  • D-GLUCOSAMINE

    Glucosamine (or glucosamine, in acronym GlcN) is a substance (amino sugar) present in various natural substances (chitins, glycoproteins, glycolipids, complex polysaccharides, etc.) and involved in the synthesis of lipids and glycosylated proteins. There are different forms of glucosamine: the best known are glucosamine hydrochloride, glucosamine sulfate (glucosamine-N-sulfate, present in heparin) and N-acetylglucosamine (present in hyaluronic acid). It has several properties attributed to it: the main one concerns its potential joint strengthening activity and would help preserve the structure and degree of elasticity of the cartilage. According to some studies, moreover, glucosamine would support the organism in case of intense physical and mental work and it would have anti-inflammatory activities.

    -HCl

    -potassium sulphate

    -sodium sulphate

    (CAS No.: 3416-24-8)
  • DEANOL BITARTRATE

    Deanol is an amino acid produced in small quantities in the human brain. In nature it is also found in sardines and salmon. Deanolo began to attract the attention of researchers in the 1960s for its ability to increase the intellectual abilities of patients with mental disorders. Deanol has the ability to increase the levels of neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine. For this reason it has been used for many years in allopathic medicine to increase memory in patients, even if the results were ultimately not entirely conclusive. Currently the deanol is more used in the dermatological field, the form in deanol bitartrate is almost always used because it is more stable. Applied to the skin, its molecules are inserted inside the components of the callular membrane, and become part of them to make the membrane more resistant to organic stress. Deanol can also stimulate the production of arachidonic acid and other pre-inflammatory mediators in order to stabilize the cell membrane and its preservation.

    (CAS No.: 5988-51-2)
  • DHA

    DHA is a semi-essential fatty acid of the omega three series, known for its marked metabolic activities. More precisely, DHA is attributed to: lipid-lowering properties, useful in reducing blood concentrations of triglycerides and LDL cholesterol; neuroprotective properties, effective in protecting the central nervous system from the damaging action of reactive oxygen species; antioxidant properties, biologically valuable for various organs and systems, including the reproductive one; anti-inflammatory properties, able to extinguish the inflammatory cascade upstream; Immunomodulatory and antiallergic properties. By virtue of these biological functions, supplementation with DHA has proved useful in the course of hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia and increased cardiovascular risk, neurological and neurodegenerative diseases, eczema and allergic diseases, retinopathies and autoimmune diseases. The positive effects of DHA on the normal development of the unborn child’s central nervous system are also well characterized.

    -powder from algae

    -oil

    (CAS No.: 6217-54-5)
  • DIOSMIN

    Diosmin is a molecule of plant origin present mainly in citrus fruits, but also in Barosma betulina and Ruta graveolens. In particular, it is a bioflavonoid. In addition to being an ingredient in supplements to be taken orally, it is also found on the market in topical products, such as creams or gels to be applied directly to the area to be treated. Diosmin is mainly proposed to treat hemorrhoids by virtue of its supposed anti-inflammatory properties. It is also suggested to take it to promote the correct functionality of the veins, for example in the case of varicose veins, venous stasis in the lower limbs and gingival or eye bleeding. In some cases it is also proposed to reduce lymphedema associated with surgery for the removal of breast tumors and to avoid toxic effects on the liver.

    -powder

    -granular

    (CAS No.: 520-27-4)
  • D-MANNOSE

    D-Mannose is a simple sugar with a low glycemic index which, once taken, is eliminated through the kidneys, concentrating selectively in the urinary tract. Thanks to its protective action on uroepithelial cells, D-mannose represents a natural and safe alternative for the control of urinary tract infections and infectious cystitis, inhibiting the adhesion of Escherichia coli, the main bacterium responsible for urinary infections, on uroepithelial cells.

    (CAS No.: 3458-28-4)
  • D-RIBOSIO

    D-ribose is a sugar naturally present in the body that is used for medicinal purposes. It seems that the intake of ribose can prevent muscle fatigue associated with some genetic diseases that prevent the body from producing sufficient energy. It is also credited with the ability to supply additional energy to the heart during physical activity practiced by patients with heart disease. The use of this sugar is proposed both to improve athletic performance and increase the energy available to the muscles, and to reduce the symptoms of problems such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, coronary heart disease, AMPD deficiency and McArdle’s disease (or myophosphorylase deficiency).

    (CAS No.: 50-69-1)
  • EGG WHITES

    Egg white, due to its nutritional characteristics, is an important food for the human diet. Unlike yolk, egg white is practically free of fats and cholesterol; for this reason it is also suitable for feeding those suffering from hypercholesterolemia or gallbladder stones. Egg white is in fact mainly composed of water and proteins. It also contains mineral salts (magnesium, sodium and potassium), B vitamins, and carbohydrates (especially glucose).

    – Non-rising powder
    -Granular

    (CAS No.: 9006-50-2)
  • EPA

    Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is a fatty acid belonging to the omega 3 series. It seems that eicosapentaenoic acid can slow down blood clotting and fight pain and swelling. However, the reason it is taken more often is to maintain good cardiovascular health.

    (CAS No.: 10417-94-4)
  • FERULIC ACID

    Ferulic acid is an antioxidant of natural origin, used mainly in anti-aging cosmetics for skin care. It is named after Ferula, a genus of perennial herbaceous plants, but is also found in a variety of foods and vegetables, including: oats, rice, corn, bran, tomatoes, eggplant, citrus, and apple seeds. Ferulic acid has aroused a lot of interest thanks to its ability to fight free radicals, while increasing the effectiveness of other antioxidants. Ferulic acid is widely used in skin care formulations, as a photoprotective agent, retarder of skin photoaging processes and an illuminating component. Ferulic acid has also been proposed orally as a potential treatment for many ailments, including Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus and skin diseases.

    (CAS No.: 537-98-4)
  • FRUCTOSE 1,6 DIPHOSPHATE TRISODIUM SALT

    Fructose 1,6-bisphosphate (or fructose 1,6-diphosphate) is a chemical compound consisting of a phosphorylated fructose in C1 and C6, i.e. with a phosphate group on carbon 1 and carbon 6. It is an intermediate compound of glycolysis and of gluconeogenesis. By virtue of the slow intestinal absorption (facilitated diffusion) and the rapid hepatic metabolism, fructose does not increase blood sugar and insulinemia. Fructose is a very energetic food. It is also able to slow down the absorption rate of the other carbohydrates it is associated with, ensuring the long-term release of energy. Since the glycemic index of fructose is very low, especially when compared to that of common sugar (sucrose), its use in place of sugar appears to be useful in the prevention of type 2 diabetes and conditions such as overweight and obesity.

    (CAS No.: 488-69-7)
  • GENISTEIN

    Genistein is a natural estrogen belonging to the category of isoflavones of which it represents the most active and effective molecule for the management of skin changes in postmenopausal women. Another important action is linked to the prevention of skin aging from solar radiation (photoaging), due to its powerful antioxidant and protective action against UV damage.

    -95% – 98%

    (CAS No.: 446-72-0)
  • GLUCOMANNAN

    Glucomannan is a sugar obtained from the root of Amorphophallus konjac. Once ingested it absorbs water creating a mass inside the intestine. Glucomannan is recommended in the treatment of constipation, to lose weight (in both adults and children), in case of type 2 diabetes, to control blood sugar and to reduce blood cholesterol.

    (CAS No.: 76081-94-2)
  • GLYCERYLPHOSPHORYLCHOLINE (GPC)

    Glycerylphosphorylcholine (Alpha-GPC), also known as L-alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine or choline alfoscerate, is a naturally occurring choline compound found in the brain. It has significant nootropic properties. Numerous clinical studies involving thousands of participants have shown that it is an effective treatment for age-related memory loss associated with a variety of ailments, including Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Glycerylphosphorylcholine (Alpha-GPC), also known as L-alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine or choline alfoscerate, is a naturally occurring choline compound found in the brain. It has significant nootropic properties. Numerous clinical studies involving thousands of participants have shown that it is an effective treatment for age-related memory loss associated with a variety of ailments, including Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. There are many benefits that can be derived from taking Alpha GPC regularly, including: improved memory, neuro protection, mood and mental stamina, increased strength, and quick post-exertion recovery.

    (CAS No.: 28319-77-9)
  • GLYCERYLPHOSPHORYLETHANOLAMINE (GPE)

  • GLYCOLIC ACID 99%

    Glycolic acid (or hydroxyacetic acid) is a carboxylic acid and structurally it is the smallest belonging to the class of ?-hydroxy acids (compounds that contain both a carboxylic group and a hydroxyl group). It is a corrosive compound, which at room temperature is solid, colorless and odorless. Glycolic acid is extracted from sugar cane, beetroot, and immature grapes. Due to its excellent ability to penetrate the skin’s layers, glycolic acid is used in skin care products, particularly as an “exfoliating agent”. The use of glycolic acid leads to a better appearance of the skin, it can reduce wrinkles and signs due to acne or hyperpigmentation.

    CAS No.: 79-14-1

  • HIGH DENSITY CHITOSAN

    Chitosan is a carbohydrate, a polysaccharide obtained from the exoskeleton (the external skeleton) of crustaceans, in particular crab, shrimp and lobster. Chitosan can help reduce the absorption of cholesterol and fat in food. It is proposed against high cholesterol, obesity and Crohn’s disease and to treat complications of dialysis (including hypercholesterolemia). In the form of chewing gum it is instead proposed to prevent tooth decay.

    (CAS No.: 9012-76-4)
  • HMB CALCIUM (BETA-HYDROXY-METHYL-BUTYRATE CALCIUM SALT)

    Hydroxy-methyl-butyrate, also known as HMB, is a metabolic product synthesized by the body from leucine and is often used to slow down muscle protein breakdown. There are several benefits attributed to HMB: it stimulates protein synthesis, reduces cholesterol levels, accelerates muscle recovery times, increases strength and aerobic performance.

    (CAS No.: 625-08-1)
  • HYDROLYZED KERATIN

    Keratin is a protein consisting of long chains of amino acids, among which cysteine prevails, in which various vitamins and trace elements are interposed. Widespread throughout the animal kingdom, in humans keratin is the main constituent of the surface layer of the epidermis, hair, hair and nails. Hydrolyzed keratin is obtained from virgin Merino wool by enzymes; thanks to its property of fixing itself on the entire cuticle of the hair, it succeeds in increasing its thickness and thus making it stronger and more full-bodied, carrying out an instant strengthening and restructuring action. It is the cosmetological treatment par excellence.

    (CAS No.: 69430-36-0)
  • HYDROXOCOBALAMIN

    Hydroxocobalamin is a vitamin that works by increasing the levels of vitamin B12 in the body. It is used in the treatment of anemia and vitamin B12 deficiency

    (CAS No.: 68-19-9)
  • INOSINE

    Inosine is a nucleoside formed by the union of a molecule of D-ribose with one of hypoxanthine. It is a metabolic activator and some of its compounds enter energy cycles. various effects have been attributed to this molecule such as the increase in oxygen transfer to the tissues (due to the increase of 2.3 diphosphoglycerate), the increase in ATP, improvement of endurance performance, improvement of liver function and other organs , increase in strength, cardioprotective and neuro-protective activity and increase in cognitive skills

    (CAS No.: 58-63-9)
  • JOJOBA

    Jojoba oil is a truly precious natural cosmetic for the body. It is obtained by cold pressing the seeds of a shrub native to Arizona, Mexico and California, the simmondsia chinensis. It has a very full-bodied texture that resembles the skin’s sebum. In fact, it has the same molecular structure and this feature explains many of its protective effects for the epidermis. Rich in Vitamin E, B2 and B3 and minerals, it counteracts and soothes skin-related problems such as psoriasis, dry skin and flaking, acne, itching and eczema. It quickly penetrates the skin, it is not greasy and weighs down, but leaves a silky and soft feeling. Its continuous use manages to reduce wrinkles on the face and neck. It also has a moisturizing and emollient action, which can help in case of dry and chapped skin.

    (CAS No.: 289-964-3)
  • KAVA KAVA

    Scientifically known as Piper methysticum (“intoxicating pepper”), the green kava kava shrub belongs to the Piperaceae family and is a herb native to the distant lands of Polynesia. It has been used since ancient times by the Polynesian population as a sedative to calm states of anxiety and pain, counteract fatigue and facilitate sleep. Properties also confirmed by Western medicine. Many beneficial properties can be traced back to the kava kava root, provided it is used in the recommended doses: anxiolytic and sedative properties (the active ingredients of which it is composed act positively on the nervous system giving the body a condition of relaxation), pain-relieving properties (the root of kava kava is widely used for the resolution of pain conditions, in particular cramps), cognitive properties (the kava kava extract, contrary to the action of psychotropic drugs, has a positive effect on memory).

    (CAS No.: 84696-40-2)
  • KRILL OIL

    Krill oil is an oil obtained from marine invertebrates belonging to the order of the Euphausiacea. Krill oil is a source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, in particular omega 3, which have been associated with beneficial properties in terms of reducing cholesterol, inflammation and the ability of platelets to aggregate to form dangerous blood clots. Its intake is proposed to combat cardiovascular disease, excessive levels of triglycerides or cholesterol in the blood, stroke, tumors, osteoarthritis, premenstrual syndrome depression and painful menstruation.

    (CAS No.: 8016-13-5)
  • KUDZU

    Kudzu is a plant belonging to the Fabaceae family (Leguminosae) and characterized by very interesting beneficial properties, among which it is possible to remember the control of blood pressure and the improvement of sleep quality. Kudzu was used to treat various ailments, primarily muscle cramps and hypertension. Rich in isoflavones, substances that promote the secretion of serotonin, this plant is also famous for its ability to protect the gastric mucosa from the action of acid substances. The plant also stimulates the secretion of dopamine, a hormone that plays a fundamental role in combating addictions. Not surprisingly, Kudzu is considered one of the best natural remedies for those who want to quit smoking.

    (CAS No.: 223748-08-1)
  • L-CARNITINE BASE

    Carnitine is a substance naturally present in tissues. It performs several functions in our body: the best known is to transport fatty acids inside the mitochondria, the energy plants of the cells, where they are converted into energy. There are several properties of carnitine for which it is used as a supplement, especially in sports (to increase athletic performance) and food (as an aid to lose weight). In the dietary / food sector, carnitine would play an important role in lipid metabolism, facilitating the transformation of fat into energy and facilitating the burning of fat during exercise. In a more strictly sports context, carnitine would have the ability to facilitate muscle recovery after athletic performance and to facilitate the repair of muscle tissue in case of damage; it would then help to delay the onset of fatigue, to maintain high energy levels for prolonged periods during physical exertion and, moreover, it would increase endurance. Finally, in elderly people, carnitine would help keep cholesterol and lipid levels in the blood under control.

    (CAS No.: 541-14-0)
  • L-CARNITINE FUMARATE

    Essential for the production of energy and for the metabolism of lipids, l-carnitine is an amino acid that is one of the basic components of the daily diet. Its main role is to transport fatty acids into cellular mitochondria, where they are burned thanks to the beta-oxidation process. L-Carnitine transports fatty acids within the mitochondria. These power plants that are located inside the cells provide the latter with energy by metabolizing fatty acids. Numerous recent studies have shown the better bio-availability of L-carnitine fumarate compared to that of L-carnitine tartrate, usually proposed to improve sports performance. In fact, L-carnitine fumarate allows to release, in proportion, a greater quantity of active ingredients, with a more constant and more homogeneous progression over time.

    (CAS No.: 90471-79-7)
  • L-CARNITINE TARTRATE

    Essential for the production of energy and for the metabolism of lipids, l-carnitine is an amino acid that is one of the basic components of the daily diet. Its main role is to transport fatty acids into cellular mitochondria, where they are burned thanks to the beta-oxidation process. L-Carnitine transports fatty acids within the mitochondria. These power plants that are located inside the cells provide the latter with energy by metabolizing fatty acids. The use of the salified form with tartaric acid (L-carnitine tartrate) allows for better preservation of the product in normal environmental conditions.

    (CAS No.: 36687-82-8)
  • LACTOFERRIN

    Lactoferrin is a natural molecule that reaches the unborn child through breast milk. Its main function is to colonize the mucous membranes in the baby so as to make it more protected. Lactoferrin is the main defense against bacterial and viral infections in children because it is able to stimulate an innate response in them. It is a powerful antioxidant that also has remarkable and incomparable immunostimulating, antiviral and antimicrobial properties. It belongs to the family of cytokines, which are responsible for coordinating the immune response of cells in infections and tumors. In healthy people, lactoferin is concentrated in the body’s orifices (mouth, nose, eyes) which protects against infections.

    (CAS No.: 151186-19-5)
  • LUTEIN

    Lutein is a substance of natural origin, known for its antioxidant and protective properties on sight. Classically, by virtue of its biological role, the use of lutein is justified above all in the ophthalmological field, as a protective agent against oxidative pathologies of the eye, such as cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. In recent years, however, the antioxidant properties of lutein have extended its use also in the antiaging field, where it seems to slow down the oxidative processes, responsible for the structural and functional aging of numerous organs and tissues.

    -5% – 20% powder

    -20% oil

    (CAS No.: 127-40-2)
  • MARINE MAGNESIUM

    Magnesium is part of the essential minerals for the human body and is essential for many body functions. Marine magnesium is an excellent strengthening of the immune, nervous and muscular systems. It is used to increase mood (mild antidepressant), decrease premenstrual tension, as a treatment for hypomagnesemia and as a local anti-inflammatory. In old age it is very useful to prevent degeneration and pain due to joint inflammation.

    (CAS No.: 7791-18-6)
  • MCT

    Medium Chain Triglycerides or MCTs are defined as saturated fatty acids with 6-12 carbon atoms. Medium-chain triglycerides have a predominantly energetic function and thus represent an alternative and / or complementary metabolic pathway to the intake of sugars and starches, allowing a saving of glycogen, but also of amino acids in the muscle. Furthermore, compared to carbohydrates, medium-chain fatty acids provide a much higher energy intake. All these characteristics mean that MCTs are used in entral or parenteral nutrition in critical, terminal diseases or in conditions of rapid wasting (such as chronic pancreatic insufficiency). Equally important is the use of medium-chain fatty acids in sports as a supplementary energy source.

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  • MELATONIN

    Melatonin is a hormone produced by our body that helps maintain and restore the correct balance between sleep and wakefulness. Melatonin is mainly used for: sleep and circadian rhythm disturbances, sleep difficulties, insomnia, jet lag, sleep disturbances due to work shifts, sleep disturbances in the blind, sleep-wake cycle disturbances in children with disabilities.

    (CAS No.:73-31-4)
  • METHYLSULFONYLMETHANE

    The function of methylsulfonylmethane is to provide the body with the sulfur necessary for the production of other molecules. Its proposed applications are numerous, from combating chronic pain to inflammation, passing through the treatment of type 2 diabetes, liver disorders, autoimmune diseases and Alzheimer’s.
    The data in the scientific literature suggest that it could be really effective against hemorrhoids, osteoarthritis, rosacea and muscle damage induced by physical activity.

    (CAS No.:67-71-0)
  • MILK SEROPROTEINS

    As the name suggests, milk proteins are the proteins found in milk. In particular, there are supplements based on whey proteins, the aqueous portion that separates from the rennet during the preparation of cheeses. Whey proteins help improve nutrition; it also appears to have a positive effect on the immune system. Their intake is proposed to improve athletic performance, as an alternative to milk in case of lactose intolerance, instead of infant formula or to supplement it, to combat weight loss and, in the case of HIV infection, to increase levels of glutathione.

    (CAS No.: 91082-88-1)
  • NERVONIC ACID

    It is made from shark liver oil and is a long-chain monounsaturated fatty acid significantly present in nerve tissue and brain white matter. Its main functions are: Regeneration of the myelin sheath, general improvement of brain functions, reduction of total blood cholesterol, adjuvant treatment in neuro-muscular pathologies (including muscular dystrophy), adjuvant of growth and brain development of the child, anti-aging, anti-stress and improvement action memory capacity, adjuvant in skin diseases of autoimmune origin. Treatment with nervonic acid can relieve some of the main symptoms by actively implementing brain cell nutrition, repairing the damaged nervous organization and restoring posture to normal conditions. It is an essential nutrient for brain growth and maintenance and has significant effects on the functionality of the brain nerve fibers and in the prevention of widespread diseases such as senile dementia.

    (CAS No.: 506-37-6)
  • OCTACOSANOL

    Octacosanol belongs to the group of policosanols, substances obtained by extraction from cereals. The main benefit that would derive from the consumption of policosanols concerns the lowering of the levels of total cholesterol and Ldl cholesterol (or the Low density lipoprotein cholesterol, the so-called “bad cholesterol”) and the simultaneous increase of “good” cholesterol (Hdl, High density lipoprotein). Furthermore, according to some studies, policosanols would help keep blood pressure levels within the normal range. On the basis of the scientific results obtained up to now, policosanols would have effects on cholesterol metabolism similar to those of phytosterols.

    -5% – 90%

    (CAS No.: 557-61-9)
  • PALMITOYLETHANOLAMIDE (PEA)

    Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is an endogenous lipid compound (amide of a fatty acid) that has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, which inhibits the release of pro-inflammatory mediators by mast cells, immune cells believed to be involved in the onset and maintenance of pain neuropathic. Scientific studies have shown its effectiveness in the treatment of chronic pain syndromes such as sciatica, peripheral neuropathies, diabetic neuropathies, post-herpetic neuralgia but also pelvic pain, osteoarthritis, headaches and post-operative pain.

    (CAS No.: 544-31-0)
  • PAPAIN

    Papain is a proteolytic enzyme found in papaya juice. Papain has numerous biological properties, including anti-inflammatory and anti-edemic properties, that is, it promotes the reabsorption of edema, ecchymosis and subcutaneous infiltrates. Its main use currently is related to the digestive capacity of the molecule, so it is present in many preparations to improve the digestion of food. Its benefits have also been found in people with HIV and hepatitis B or with insulin-dependent diabetes. Finally, papain reduces the side effects associated with radiation and chemotherapy.

    (CAS No.: 9001-73-4)
  • PERNA CANALICULUS

    Perna Canaliculus is a mollusk (mussel), from which the pure extract is produced, which has anti-inflammatory activity against rheumatic diseases, arthrosis, joint damage and osteoporosis. In addition to its anti-inflammatory action, the perna extract provides nutrients (amino acids, essential acids, minerals, etc.) capable of improving and preventing the alterations of cartilage and connective tissue. By regularly taking the perna, the viscosity of the synovial fluid (liquid that is between the joints, serves as a lubricant), and body fluids is regularized. Improve blood circulation; slows down the deposition of uric acid in the joints, favoring its expulsion. strengthens the nails, promotes skin elasticity.

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  • PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE

    Phosphatidylserine is a glycerophospholipid consisting of two fatty acid molecules bonded to a glycerol molecule and an ethanolamine phosphate molecule. Present mainly in the central nervous system and in the brain, phosphatidylserine plays a primary role in cell membranes (especially neurons), regulating their integrity and permeability. There are several beneficial properties attributed to this substance: it seems to be able to increase the growth of muscle mass, to improve memory and cognitive performance in both elderly and younger subjects, to keep the nervous system healthy. and improve the conduction of nerve impulses, to promote concentration and resistance to stress and improve mental performance in case of stress and to improve symptoms of depression.

    (CAS No.:8002-43-5)
  • PHYTOSTEROL 90%

    Phytosterols are a group of chemical compounds of plant origin (which includes stigmasterol, campesterol, sitosterol) present in the seeds produced by certain plants, such as soy. Because they are found in significant quantities in various foods, including tree nuts, vegetable oils and grains, they are easily consumed through food. Phytosterols are used as ingredients in various supplements for their ability to reduce blood levels of cholesterol and in particular of bad cholesterol (ie the Low density lipoprotein or “Ldl” cholesterol, the one characterized by low density lipoproteins) and the consequent risk of atherosclerosis. Scholars agree that in order to maximize the usefulness of the intake of phytosterols, with the aim of reducing the risk of atherosclerosis in the population, it would be necessary to examine the action of the individual subcomponents of phytosterols (stigmasterol, campesterol, sitosterol, etc.) on the lipoproteins present in the human body.
    According to some studies, phytosterols would also be able to prevent the onset of certain types of cancer (colon, prostate, breast) and would favor the maintenance of healthy prostate and urinary tract in general.

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  • PROPIONYL-L-CARNITINE HCL

    This molecule is obtained from the esterification of carnitine with propionic acid. This bond makes the substance particularly lipophilic and able to pass cell membranes to a greater extent even acetyl-carnitine. This particular form of carnitine has a series of specific activities in addition to the typical properties of carnitine itself. Several studies have already highlighted the ability of this substance to promote weight loss and counteract metabolic disorders in animals.

    (CAS No.:119793-66-7)
  • QUERCETIN

    Quercetin is a bioflavonoid, naturally occurring in fruit and vegetables, and in particular foods such as apples and onions are rich in it, but also capers, grapes, green tea, blueberries, propolis, celery and citrus fruits. Quercetin, like many other flavonoids, is an antioxidant substance with antiatherogenic and antitumor properties. It is also neurologically active, with effects similar to those of caffeine, although less intense. Quercetin is sold as a supplement to prevent cardiovascular disease, treat prostate infections, improve athletic performance, and manage allergies.

    -95%

    – Quercetin – Covid 19

    (CAS No.:6151-25-3)
  • REDUCED L-GLUTATHIONE

    Glutathione is a substance naturally produced by the liver that is also present in some foods (fruit, vegetables and meats). From a chemical point of view it is a tripeptide formed by the amino acids cysteine, glycine and glutamate. Glutathione is primarily known for its function as a natural antioxidant produced by the body itself. In cells and organs it participates in various processes, from the production and repair of tissues to the synthesis of proteins and other molecules, passing through involvement in the immune system. Administered directly into a vein, it is used to reduce the effects of chemotherapy treatments against cancer and against Parkinson’s, diabetes, anemia associated with dialysis, atherosclerosis and male fertility problems. By inhalation, glutathione is instead proposed for example in the treatment of lung diseases.

    (CAS No.:70-18-8)
  • RESVERATROL

    Resveratrol is a substance that is naturally produced by various plants, such as grapevines, blackberries and cocoa, for protective purposes against pathogens such as bacteria or fungi. It is a non-flavonoid phenol. Resveratrol has several biological activities: it has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it is protective for blood vessels and is able to stimulate a series of processes involved in cell cycle regulation and DNA repair. Some studies also show that people who follow a diet rich in resveratrol would be less exposed to the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and cancer. In particular, its antioxidant capacity would contribute to the protection of cells from damage caused by free radicals and thanks to this property it would help fight against skin aging.

    (CAS No.:501-36-0)
  • S-ACETYL-L-GLUTATHIONE

    Glutathione is a substance naturally produced by the liver that is also present in some foods (fruit, vegetables and meats). From a chemical point of view it is a tripeptide formed by the amino acids cysteine, glycine and glutamate. S-acetyl glutathione (SAG) is the new superior alternative to reduced glutathione intake. Several studies have in fact confirmed that, in this form, it is better absorbed through the intestinal wall, since its acetyl bond prevents oxidation and allows the molecule to pass diffusely into the cell after intestinal absorption. This acetylation prevents the degradation of glutathione. In this form, the basic properties of glutathione are well preserved and increased and allow: to participate in the correct functioning of mitochondrial function; to ensure protection against induced DNA damage; to contribute to the elimination of heavy metals (mercury, lead, cadmium …), as well as organic toxins, protecting the magnesium level in the blood; to participate in protection against certain chronic diseases (herpes, HIV, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, chronic candidiasis).

    (CAS No.:3054-47-5)
  • SAME (S-ADENOSINE-L-METHIONINE)

    S-adenosyl-l-methionine is a derivative of methionine and a cofactor for multiple synthesis pathways, in particular as a donor of the methyl group. It is produced naturally in the body, mainly by the liver, and artificially in supplement form. S-adenosyl-l-methionine is believed to be effective for the treatment of depression, osteoarthritis, cholestasis and liver disease. Furthermore, S-adenosyl-l-methionine has been shown to be a mechanical inhibitor of thrombocytes.

    (CAS No.:29908-03-0)
  • SEA OAK (FUCUS)

    Fucus (Fucus vesiculosus) or sea oak is an alga with flattened and elongated leaves, rich in iodine, which grows along the coasts of the temperate and cold seas of the Northern hemisphere and is found in abundance in the English Channel. Sea oak acts in a particular way on the thyroid, which uses its richness in iodine and microelements for the production of the thyroid hormones thyroxine and triiodothyronine, essential for increasing the basal metabolism, accelerating metabolism and rebalancing the process of synthesis of fats by the our body. Its stimulating action is therefore also useful in all cases of hypothyroidism and related disorders. In addition to fighting overweight, obesity and cellulite, sea oak has numerous other virtues, including: gastroprotective and antiulcerative, natural laxative, antidiabetic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging.

    (CAS No.:84696-13-9)
  • SODIUM BUTYRATE

    Due to the volatile and pungent nature of the substance, butyric acid products are normally used in the form of sodium salt. Butyric acid is a short-chain fatty acid, sometimes referred to as butanoic acid. It is found in small quantities in some foods (especially dairy products) and in the human body is produced in the large intestine by resident bacteria. Despite the bad smell, rancid and pungent, butyric acid is a precious ally of human health. It represents an important source of energy for colonocytes (the cells of the colon) and tends to improve immunity and general health of the intestine. Some research suggests that butyric acid and other short-chain fatty acids could reduce the risk of bowel disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and other conditions.

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  • SODIUM HYALURONATE

    Sodium Hyaluronate is a sodium salt derived from Hyaluronic acid, which is a medium – high molecular weight polysaccharide. Sodium Hyaluronate is a highly hygroscopic hydrophilic molecule; this means that one molecule of sodium hyaluronate can hold up to 10,000 molecules of water. The different molecular weights intervene at a different level of the epidermis, ensuring a large supply of water, reducing the phenomenon of evaporation and promoting the physiological production of collagen, an essential protein for tissues to maintain the turgor and elasticity typical of youth. Hyaluronic Acid, present in nature as one of the main components of the extracellular matrix, is responsible for several functional activities that give it the following properties: moisturizing, nourishing, emollient, soothing, anti-aging filler, facilitating tissue repair and healing .

    (CAS No.:9067-32-7)
  • SUCCINIC ACID

    Succinic acid is a carboxylic acid naturally present in various fruits (particularly in unripe ones) and in various vegetables (such as lettuce); for industrial use it is synthesized starting from acetic acid. Succinic acid is an acidity regulator and also a flavoring. It can be present in sweets, bakery products, etc. From succinic acid derives succinate, which is a fundamental compound of the Krebs cycle from which fumarate is produced by the succinate dehydrogenase enzyme. Succinic acid is also widely used in the cosmetic field, not only because it is a natural product, but also because it has exfoliating properties. It is often and willingly found both in products that have the purpose of restoring brightness to the skin or in anti-aging, and in creams that have the purpose of treating thick, rough and dull skin.

    (CAS No.:9067-32-7)
  • SUCRALOSE

    Sucralose is a calorie-free artificial sweetener derived from sucrose. It is 650 times sweeter than sugar. Sucralose is used to sweeten food and drinks without adding calories. It is, for example, found in sugar substitutes, some fizzy drinks, chewing gum, breakfast cereals and seasoning sauces.

    (CAS No.:56038-13-2)
  • TOCOTRIENOLS FROM PALM OIL

    Tocotrienols are constituents of the Vitamin E group. Isolated for the first time in 1964, in nature Tocotrienols have attracted the attention of many researchers around the world for their important therapeutic and preventive properties, being effective in controlling the levels of cholesterol and the inflammatory evolution of numerous inflammatory pathologies. Among the other benefits of Tocotrienols there are cardioprotective, neuroprotective, preventive actions on chronic-degenerative, antioxidant and antiaging pathologies.

    (CAS No.:6829-55-6)
  • TROXERUTINA

    Troxerutin is a flavonol, a particular type of bioflavonoid, which is extracted from Sophora Japonica, a plant of Asian origin also widespread in Europe, but is more commonly found in tea, coffee and cereals. Its properties related to vasoprotection and helping the body to prevent certain states of inflammation have been studied.

    (CAS No.: 7085-55-4)
  • ZEAXANTHIN

    Zeaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment produced in algae and in some plants by hydroxylation of the ?-carotene present in the egg yolk. According to several studies, an optimal intake of zeaxanthin would contribute to good eye health. In particular, zeaxanthin would support the well-being of the retina and especially of the macula (the central area of the retina of the human eye, the most sensitive to light stimuli) and of the fovea (concentric region within the macula). Zeaxanthin would help keep the retina healthy by stabilizing the retinal membranes, helping to make them more resistant to damage caused by light. Zeaxanthin (along with lutein) is accumulated in the healthy macula and helps maintain the integrity and health of this part of the retina that is essential for optimal visual performance. According to some studies, then, by administering zeaxanthin to individuals at risk of developing age-related macular degeneration, it would be possible to prevent, over a period of five years, the loss of vision in more than 300,000 people over 55 years of age. . Taking zeaxanthin would also improve vision in patients already suffering from macular disease. Finally, according to other researches, taking zeaxanthin would also prevent the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.

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    -20% oil

    (CAS No.:144-68-3)