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Independent Clinical Study Finds Vemma is Highly Bioavailable Showing Increase in Vitamins and Antioxidants in the Blood*
Date:11/13/2009

ectrum vitamins, plant-sourced minerals, glyconutrient-rich aloe vera and organic green tea. Two ounces, once a day is the recommended dosage of Vemma to help people build a solid nutritional foundation. BK Boreyko, President and CEO of Vemma, commented, “To be published in both the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry and The Journal of Medicinal Food sets Vemma apart from the competition with an impressive scientific portfolio. These results give validation to consumers and our Brand Partners that Vemma offers possible protective effects through its highly bioavailable and nutritious delivery system.*”

Dr. Boxin Ou from the independent Brunswick Laboratories led the double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial to determine the overall bioavailability (proportion which is absorbed and utilized by the body) and antioxidant effects of the Vemma formula in the human body. The trial took place over a 24 hour period of time and involved an equal number of generally healthy male and female subjects between 20 and 23 years of age. Subjects were randomly divided into two groups, the Vemma group and placebo group. Before the products were consumed, each participant’s blood was measured for baseline testing. Participants received either a single dose (2 ounces/59 mL) of the Vemma formula or the placebo before breakfast. Blood samples were then collected from each participant before and numerous times after taking the Vemma formula or placebo to track the presence of specific nutrients.

The noteworthy nutrients that showed up in the blood serum of the Vemma participants were v
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