Unlocking potential: Developments to enable bodies to get the most out of nutraceuticals
Consumers are not always getting the benefits they think they are through consuming nutraceuticals or using cosmeceuticals. Until now, that is. A new development by two scientists in Jerusalem is helping the human body make the most of plant-based nutrients. They have established a company to bridge the gap between scientific theory and consumer-driven industry. just-food.com's Aaron Priel found out how it all works.
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