Arjuna Natural Extracts Limited has introduced Trilow, an all-natural bioactive extract for cardiovascular health, which is derived from the Indian gooseberry.

The fresh wild amla extract reduces risks contributing to cardiovascular diseases. The Atherogenic Index of Plasma, a biochemical predictor of cardiac health, registers a sharp dip with usage of the extract. While there is no single cause or simple solution for cardiovascular disease, Trilow is a diet supplement that can help protect the heart naturally.

The extraction process ensures high activity for every batch of the product. Trilow has obtained US and Australian patents for its composition, with patents for other countries pending.

There may not have been a better time for food companies to invest in the development of products that are enhanced with functional ingredients and the application of big data technology may be the big leap forward. By Vincent Monahan, business development, Nuritas

Flowers are an untapped source of bioactive nutrients, according to researchers from the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança in Portugal.

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