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Activa, a patented technology

2019-08-22T08:34:30+00:00

Activa offers a unique and patented galenic innovation: Microgranules applied to phytotherapy. The unique delivery system of microgranules, offers numerous benefits and advantages compared to classic galenic forms such as powders: Guarantee of bioavailability and therefore optimal efficiency, A patented biocompatible neutral nucleus and a semipermeable membrane ensuring the protection and release of 96% of [...]

Activa, a patented technology 2019-08-22T08:34:30+00:00

Galenic form: powder or microgranule?

2019-05-13T10:52:13+00:00

The rate of release and bioavailability of an active ingredient depending on its galenic formulation may be modified by technological or formulation processes. This is why delayed-release forms are most often tablets or gastro-resistant capsules (capsules), releasing the active ingredient into the intestine instead of the stomach. A capsule naturally contains an active part composed [...]

Galenic form: powder or microgranule? 2019-05-13T10:52:13+00:00

Monitoring and controlling Bioavailability, a technical expertise

2019-04-25T05:38:05+00:00

According to the European Medicines Evaluation Agency (EMEA, Human guideline 2001), bioavailability is defined as the rate and extent to which the active substance or its active fraction is absorbed from its pharmaceutical formulation and becomes available at the site of action. It is the only pharmacokinetic variable that can be modified and improved because [...]

Monitoring and controlling Bioavailability, a technical expertise 2019-04-25T05:38:05+00:00

Biocompatibility: the subtle balance to respect the body physiology

2019-04-16T06:03:58+00:00

Biocompatibility defines the capacity of a substance designed to interact with a living organism without interfering, disrupting or modifying the later. Biocompatible is a term commonly used in the medical world to refer to medical implants or prosthetics materials used for humans and designed to be in harmonious interaction with the receiving body without creating [...]

Biocompatibility: the subtle balance to respect the body physiology 2019-04-16T06:03:58+00:00

The 5 pillars of Phytovitality,supporting cellular regulation

2019-03-14T01:48:44+00:00

PhytoVitality uses the proven benefits of plants extracts combined with the advantages of microencapsulation technology to bring the best benefits and efficiency in herbal supplementation. This complete and comprehensive approach of wellness and human physiology aims at stimulating organic auto-regulation. It is developed using essential principles, pillars to ensure unique advantages of high-quality products with [...]

The 5 pillars of Phytovitality,supporting cellular regulation 2019-03-14T01:48:44+00:00

Phytotherapy, acts to restore balance and nourish the field

2019-02-22T03:33:42+00:00

Phytotherapy has been recognized for thousands of years and has been enriched over time by scientific research. Phytotherapy refers to medicine based on plant extracts and natural active ingredients. This word comes from the Greek "phytos" which means plant and "therapeuo" which means to heal. This practice is based on scientific research on active plant [...]

Phytotherapy, acts to restore balance and nourish the field 2019-02-22T03:33:42+00:00

Diabetes, how to regulate carbohydrates in the Organism?

2019-02-20T04:47:20+00:00

Carbohydrates or sugars are one of the three main energy nutrients (with lipids and proteins) of the human body. The essential function of carbohydrates is to provide energy, but they also play an important role in the structuring and functioning of cells, tissues, and organs. A real vital fuel of [...]

Diabetes, how to regulate carbohydrates in the Organism? 2019-02-20T04:47:20+00:00

EPA and DHA in Omega 3, what do they do?

2018-10-17T08:44:01+00:00

The EPA & DHA are "anti-platelet aggregation" When blood platelets stick together, they can form arterial plugs (thromboses) that prevent blood from flowing. This blood clot can detach and block a small vessel in the brain, resulting in a transient ischemic stroke. Omega 3 promote the production of nitric oxide [...]

EPA and DHA in Omega 3, what do they do? 2018-10-17T08:44:01+00:00

Melatonin, “The Sleep Hormone”

2018-10-16T11:20:38+00:00

Melatonin, also called the “sleep hormone ” is produced by the pineal gland at dusk. Melatonin thus plays a fundamental role in regulating our body clock as is responsible for the sleep/wake cycle.  The pineal gland is sensitive to light and production of melatonin will reduce in the morning to onset [...]

Melatonin, “The Sleep Hormone” 2018-10-16T11:20:38+00:00

Why Prebiotics & Probiotics together?

2018-10-17T06:04:14+00:00

The role of the intestine is not limited to the assimilation of nutrients and the elimination of waste, but it extends to the protection of the whole body. Indeed, it provides an effective preservation against bacteria, viruses, toxic and allergens in the intestinal lumen, through three defensive lines: the intestinal [...]

Why Prebiotics & Probiotics together? 2018-10-17T06:04:14+00:00