Clinical Trials

Clinical Research required to help ownership of health

Our clinical studies are peer-reviewed, and published in leading academic journals


On the discovery of the Brolico® phytonutrient:

"We evaluated the innate immunostimulating activities of hot water extracts of various vegetables, and found that broccoli, Brassica oleracea var. italica, contains a strong innate immunostimulant."

Brassica oleracea var. italica Drug Discoveries & Therapeutics. 2017; 11(5):230-237

On the unique immunity activating effects of the Brolico® phytonutrient:

"When we measured the activity of neutrophils and natural killer cells in the test participants, we found that both had increased after ingesting brolico, compared to before ingestion."



On the cholesterol reduction effects of Goyamin:

▼An LDL level falls to predominance by taking in Goyamin

  As a result of having compared the LDL cholesterol level with the group (control group) which took in a placebo with the group (intervention group) which took in Goyamin before and after an examination, in the the intervention group 5.7 mg/dl descended where as the control group, 13.9 mg/dl rose.

  The intervention group came to have lower LDL level 19.6 mg/dl than a control group on the average.

The article that showed the result of the clinical study in the human is published in the academic journal

Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine Volume 2018, Article ID 4915784, 6 pages