A double-blind placebo controlled study called Kisel-10 was initiated in 2003, giving SelenoPrecise (selenium) and Bio-Quinone Gold (CoQ10) to elderly citizens for four years with great health benefits. Now a 12-year follow-up analysis shows that those health benefits continue.
Researchers from around the world were recently gathered at Columbia University in New York City to present the newest findings of their CoQ10 research. Many researchers at the conference presented study findings made with Pharma Nord's CoQ10 products.
Research has linked the trace mineral chromium closely to the function of insulin. The European Food Safety Authority has concluded that chromium can balance blood sugar and that chromium yeast shows the best bioavailability.
Swedish researchers have shown that Bio-Quinone and SelenoPrecise still benefit seniors' health 12 years later after having taking them for a period of four years.
Pharma Nord's European Headquarters hosted a presentation on a Selenium study by two selenium researchers, Dr. Vladimirs Voicehovskis and Dr. Jūlija Voicehovska, who both are associate professors at the University of Riga Stradina University.
Pharma Nord is one of the relatively few companies that invests in research in its own products. To date, more than 300 scientific studies have been published with Pharma Nord's products.
That a disease is termed incurable does not mean you can not do anything to improve the symptoms. For example, there are good experiences from CoQ10 supplements for people with mitochondrial disease.
Pharma Nord's CoQ10 preparation was some years ago used in a study conducted on veterans from the Gulf War. The study showed that the preparation was able to help all the veterans who participated in the study.
200 years have passed since the discovery of selenium. This was celebrated at a major international conference in Stockholm, where Pharma Nord presented research findings with our selenium preparation SelenoPrecise.
We know that the trace mineral selenium is involved in the prevention of cardiovascular disease, but does this also include atherosclerosis? Some research seems to suggest it.