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."
PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS vol.40 no.6 2012
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