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Zinc (as Zinc gluconate)

  1. Bagchi, P.J. Vuchetich, M. Bagchi, M.X. Tran, L. Tang, R.L. Krohn, S.D. Ray and S.J. Stohs. Protective effects of zinc salts on TPA-induced hepatic and brain lipid peroxidation, glutathione depletion, DNA damage and peritoneal macrophage activation. Gen Pharmacol 30: 43-50 (1998).
  2. J.R. Cabrera. Zinc, aging, and immunoscence: an overview. Pathobiol. Aging Age Relat Dis 2015 Feb 5;5:25592. doi: 10.3402/pba.v5.25592. eCollection 2015.
  3. X.X. Chien, S. Zafra-Stone, M. Bagchi and D. Bagchi. Bioavailability, antioxidant and immune-enhancing properties of zinc methionine. Biofactors 27: 231-244 (2006).

       

      Garcinia cambogia Extract (60% (-)-Hydroxycitric acid)

      1. Bagchi, S. Zafra-Stone, M. Bagchi and H.G. Preuss. Overview on (-)-Hydroxycitric Acid in Weight Management. In: Obesity: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention (D. Bagchi and H.G. Preuss Eds.). CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, FL, USA, pp. 511-533 (2013).
      2. M. Asghar, E. Monojok, G. Kouamou, S.E. Ohia, D. Bagchi and M.F. Lokhandwala. Super CitriMax (HCA-SX) attenuates increases in oxidative stress, inflammation, insulin resistance and body weight in developing obese Zucker rats. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 304: 93-99 (2007).
      3. S.E. Ohia, C.A. Opere, A.M. LeDay, M. Bagchi, D. Bagchi and S.J. Stohs. Safety and mechanism of appetite suppression by a novel hydroxycitric acid extract (HCA-SX). Mol. Cell. Biochem. 238: 89-103 (2002).

           

          GCB70™ Green Coffee Bean Extract (70% total chlorogenic acid)

          1. Bagchi, H. Moriyama and A. Swaroop (Editors). Green coffee bean extract in human health. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis LLC, Boca Raton, FL, USA (Coming Out April 30, 2016).
          2. A. Camfield, B.Y. Silber, A.B. Scholey, K. Nolidin, A. Goh and C. Stough. A randomized placebo-controlled trial to differentiate the acute cognitive and mood effects of chlorogenic acid from decaffeinated coffee. A randomised placebo-controlled trial to differentiate the acute cognitive and mood effects of chlorogenic acid from decaffeinated coffee. PLoS One 2013 Dec 9;8(12):e82897. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082897. eCollection 2013.

             

            Chromium (III) polynicotinate [10% elemental chromium (III)]

            1. Thirunavukkarasu, S.V. Penumathsa, B. Juhasz, L. Zhan, M. Bagchi, T. Yasmin, M.A. Shara, H.S. Thatte, D. Bagchi and N. Maulik. Enhanced cardiovascular function and energy level by a novel chromium (III) supplement. Biofactors 27: 53-67 (2006).
            2. C. Rink, S. Roy, S. Khanna, T. Rink, D. Bagchi and C.K. Sen. Transcriptome of the subcutaneous adipose tissue in response to oral supplementation of type II Leprdb obese diabetic mice with niacin-bound chromium. Physiol. Genomics 27: 370-379 (2006).
            3. D. Bagchi, M. Bagchi, S. Zafra-Stone and H.G. Preuss. Chromium (III) in Promoting Weight Loss and Lean Body Mass. In: Obesity: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention (D. Bagchi and H.G. Preuss Eds.). CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, FL, USA, pp. 501-510 (2013).

                 

                Polygonium Extract (98% trans-Resveratrol)

                1. M. Sato, G. Maulik, D. Bagchi and D.K. Das. Myocardial protection by Protykin, a novel extract of trans-resveratrol and emodin from Polygonum cuspidatum. Free Rad. Res. 32: 135-144 (2000).
                2. D. Bagchi, H.G. Preuss, M. Bagchi and S.J. Stohs. Phytoestrogen, women’s health and resveratrol. Res. Comm. Pharmacol. Toxicol. 5: 107-121 (2000).
                3. M. Thirunavukkarasu, S.V. Penumathsa, S. Koneru, B. Juhasz, L. Zhan, H. Otani, D. Bagchi, D.K. Das and N. Maulik. Resveratrol alleviates cardiac dysfunction in streptozotocin-induced diabetes: Role of nitric oxide, thioredoxin, and heme oxygenase. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 43: 720-729 (2007).
                4. S.V. Penumathsa, M. Thirunavukkarasu, L. Zhan, G. Maulik, V.P. Menon, D. Bagchi and N. Maulik. Resveratrol enhances GLUT-4 translocation to the caveolar lipid fractions through AMPK/AKT/eNOS signaling pathway in diabetic myocardium. J. Cell. Mol. Med. 12(6A): 2350-2361 (2008).

                   

                  Coleus forskolii root extract

                  1. K.J. Astell, M.L. Mathai and X.Q. Su. A review on botanical species and chemical compounds with appetite suppressing properties for body weight control. Plant Foods Hum Nutr 68(3): 213-21 (2013).
                  2. M. Majeed. Coleus forskolii extract in the management of obesity. In: Obesity: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention (D. Bagchi and H.G. Preuss Eds.), Second Edition, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis LLC, Boca Raton, FL, USA, pp. 703-728 (2013).

                     

                    Soy Extract  (40% Genistein)

                    1. K. Zaheer and M.H. Akhtar. An Updated Review of Dietary Isoflavones: Nutrition, Processing, Bioavailability and Impacts on Human Health. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2015 Nov 13:0 [Epub ahead of print].
                    2. A.A. Ganai and H. Farooqi. Bioactivity of genistein: A review of in vitro and in vivo studies. Biomed Pharmacother 76: 30-38 (2015).
                    3. S.F. Nabavi, M. Daglia, R. Tundis, M.R. Loizzo, E. Sobarzo-Sanchez, I.E. Orhan, S.M. Nabavi. Genistein: A boon for mitigating ischemic stroke. Curr Top Med Chem 15(17):1714-1721 (2015).

                     

                    Oleano 85™ Olive Leaf Extract (85% Oleanolic Acid)

                    1. S.N. El and S. Karakaya. Olive tree (Olea europeae) leaves: potential beneficial effects on human health. Nutr Rev 67(11):632-638 (2009).
                    2. P. Vogel, I. Kasper Machado, J. Garavaglia, V.T. Zani, D. de Souza and S. Morelo Dal Bosco. Polyphenols benefits of olive leaf (Olea europaea L) to human health. Nutr Hosp 31(3): 1427-1433 (2014).
                    3. P. Efentakis, E.K. Ilidodromitis, E. Mikros, A. Papachristodoulou, N. Dagres, A.L. Skaltsounis, I. Andreadou. Effects of the olive tree leaf constituents on myocardial oxidative damage and atherosclerosis. Planta Med 81(8): 648-654 (2015).

                     

                    Tri-Rosen ™ Rosemary Extract

                    1. Afonso MS, de OSilva AM, Carvalho EB, Rivelli DP, Barros SB, Rogero MM, Lottenberg AM, Torres RP, Mancini-Filho J. 2013. Phenolic compounds from Rosemary (Rosmarinus offi cinalis L.) attenuate oxidative stress and reduce blood cholesterol concentrations in diet-induced hypercholesterolemic rats. Nutrition and Metabolism (Lond) 10(1):19. 
                    2. Begum A, Sandhya S, Shafftah AS, Vinod KR, Reddy S, Banji D. 2013. An in-depth review on the medicinal flora Rosmarinus officinalis (Lamiaceae). Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Technologia Alimentaria 12(1):61-73. 
                    3. Ibarra A1, Cases J, Roller M, Chiralt-Boix A, Coussaert A, Ripoll C. 2011. Carnosic acid-rich rosemary (Rosmarinus offi cinalis L.) leaf extract limits weight gain and improves cholesterol levels and glycaemia in mice on a high-fat diet. The British Journal of Nutrition 106(8):1182-9.
                    4. Kunkel SD, Suneja M, Ebert SM, Bongers KS, Fox DK, Malmberg SE, Alipour F, Shields RK, Adams CM. 2011. mRNA expression signatures of human skeletal muscle atrophy identify a natural compound that increases muscle mass. Cell Metabolism. 13(6):627-38.
                    5. Lipina C, Hundal HS. 2014. Carnosic acid stimulates glucose uptake in skeletal muscle cells via a PME-1/PP2A/PKB signalling axis. Cellular Signalling 26(11):2343-9.