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HerbalScience Research Identifies Specific Bioactives In Stabilized Rice Bran Extract that Impart Anti-Inflammatory Benefits
Date:8/12/2009

NEW YORK, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Rice bran, a by-product of rice milling, is known to be an excellent source of antioxidants, vitamins, and other critical nutrients. What's more, stabilized rice bran - created via new methods of processing that stabilizes the bran and extends its life and nutritional value - has been shown in studies to play a role in treating diabetes and arthritis, although its exact mode-of-action was unknown. Now, the specific bioactive compounds that impart the anti-inflammatory health benefits of stabilized rice bran have been identified in research conducted by scientists at HerbalScience Group, LLC - opening the door to the development of functional foods and dietary supplements to help control inflammation and promote joint health.

An article detailing the study, titled "Pro-Inflammatory Enzymes, Cyclooxygenase 1, Cyclooxygenase 2, and 5-Lipooxygenase, Inhibited by Stabilized Rice Bran Extracts," has been published in the June 2009 issue of the peer-review Journal of Medicinal Food. The authors of the article are all affiliated with HerbalScience Group, a Naples, Florida, and Singapore-based company dedicated to applying advanced science and technology to the production of botanical drugs and nutraceuticals.

"Arthritis is already the most common form of disability in the United States, and is expected to afflict some 59 million people by the year 2020," said Randall S. Alberte, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer of HerbalScience Group and one of the authors of the published study. "The inflammation of the joints that occurs in arthritis is a direct result of the production of specific pro-inflammatory enzymes at the site that generate inflammation mediators. So identifying the key bioactive compounds in stabilized rice bran extract that inhibit those enzymes is the first step toward developing safe and effective natural treatments for arthritis and a range of other infl
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