• 08/Oct


    What is a nootropic?

    What is a nootropic? The word "Nootropics" is derived from the Greek roots "intelligence, brain" (noos) and "benefits" (tropein), meaning that it is beneficial to the development of brain intelligence. Nootropics is a collective term for nootropics.

  • 03/Oct


    Can Alpha GPC improve executive function?

    If you have researched nootropics for brain health the chances are you are familiar Alpha GPC. Alpha GPC is a potent form of the nutrient choline which naturally occurs in the brain, and it is the building block to acetylcholine; a chemical that is released when conducting cognit

  • 02/Oct


    What is L-alpha GPC

    Alpha-GPC powder is a choline-containing compound found naturally in the brain as well as in small amounts in foods like meat, fish, eggs, and dairy, also known as choline alfoscerate and alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine. Alpha-GPC is also a natural phospholipid. Studies and evide

  • 12/Aug


    Essential Nutrient and Enrichment

    A vitamin, mineral, fatty acid, or amino acid required for normalbody functioning that either cannot be synthesized by the body at all, or cannot be synthesized in amounts adequate for good health, and thus must be obtained from a dietary source. Other food components, such as di

  • 01/Jun


    Effect of MAPP/EAA Treatment on the Properties of Polypropylene/Wheat Straw F...

    The effect of MAPP/ EAA treatment on the properties of polypropylene/wheat straw powder composites was studied. Maleic anhydride grafted polypropylene (MAPP), ethylene acrylic acid copolymer (EAA) treatments on polypropylene (PP)/wheat straw powder (WSP) were studied. The impact

  • 31/May


    The effect of L-carnitine on nutrition and related complications of premature...

    L-carnitine is an essential nutrient that plays an important role in the process of human lipid metabolism. Premature infants are prone to lack of L-carnitine due to the characteristics of low body storage, low food intake, and strong energy metabolism. Parenteral nutrition suppl

  • 28/May


    Does MI value and AA content affect the performance of EAA?

    EAA is ethylene acrylic acid copolymer, Is a kind of thermoplastic and Highly adhesive polymer. The product has excellent adhesion, toughness, Flexibility and ease of processing, Widely used in packaging, powder coatings, Adhesives, hot melt adhesives, sealing materials, Water-ba

  • 30/May


    What’s the difference between EAA and BCAA?

    BCAA (Brach Chain Amino Acid) have been very popular among different kinds of sports athletes who is looking to gain both strength and size. While EAA(Essential Amino Acids) are a group of nine amino acids that one needs to obtain from the diet, hence the name “essential” , they’

  • 27/May


    Why does endurance sports need BCAA?

    BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids) is actually a collective term for three kinds of amino acids: leucine, valine and isoleucine. It is an essential amino acid for the human body and a necessary product for supporting muscles. Let’s look at an experiment first. In a 4-week study in

  • 26/May


    The improvement of leucine on the dispersibility and aerodynamic properties o...

    Many studies have used the co-spray drying method to prepare dry powder formulations containing L-leucine . The study found that the prescription has the following characteristics: (1) The yield of spray-dried dry powder is related to the amount of leucine added. The spray-dried

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