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For over 40 years, Biotics Research Corporation has revolutionized the nutritional supplement industry by utilizing “The Best of Science and Nature”. Combining nature’s principles with scientific ingenuity, our products magnify the nutritional

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    Pumpkin - Thinking Outside the Pie

    Few foods evoke a nearly instantaneous vision of autumn more than pumpkins. These orange gourds are practically synonymous with the bounty of a fall harvest. But these we... Learn more

    Inositol, Carbohydrates & PCOS

    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder among women of reproductive age, affecting as many as 1 in 10 women in the US. It’s a major cause... Learn more

    L-Arginine & Air Pollution

    Last year the results of a multinational, prospective cohort study, the Prospective Urban and Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study, were published, detailing the impact of air... Learn more

    Is it Time to Abandon the Amyloid Hypothesis?

    A growing body of scientific evidence, as well as the failure of multiple anti-amyloid drugs to have an appreciable impact on the progression of Alzheimer's disease, sugg... Learn more

    Polyphenol Metabolism & Gut Microbiota

    Polyphenols from plant-based foods are thought to mediate many of the beneficial effects we attribute to a more plant-rich diet. For example, high polyphenol olive oil ha... Learn more

    Immunoglobulins for Digestive, Immune and Sports Nutrition Support

    A healthy digestive system breaks down foods and liquids into carbohydrates, fats, and proteins so the body can absorb them as nutrients for growth and energy. It also co... Learn more

    Is Saturated Fat Really Harmful?

    A paper published recently in the journal Nutrients fires shots across the bow of the continued debate about the supposed dangers of dietary saturated fat. The title asks... Learn more

    A1C Shortcomings

    The hemoglobin A1c test is typically used to diagnose diabetes and to monitor blood glucose management over time. The test measures the percentage of glycated hemoglobin ... Learn more

    Low Carb for Type 1 Diabetes

    "The source and amount of carbohydrates consumed affect postprandial hyperglycemia and glycemic variability more than any other dietary factor, providing a conceptual bas... Learn more

    Thyroid Testing is Often Not Enough

    "Normal TSH values may not rule out patients that are hypothyroid. It is possible that a large number of hypothyroid individuals are missed using TSH as a screening tool,... Learn more

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