It’s the height of summer here in Boston and it’s been lovely. Enjoy this edition of the Brunswick Labs Beat for our picks of the best of what’s going on in the food and nutrition, and cosmetics and drug worlds, shared with you. And please join us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn where the conversation never stops!
- Here’s a special report on the state of antioxidant claims. Ingredients Magazine talks with our own Dr. Jin Ji. You can read the article here.
- Okay, we’re very keen on Caco-2 cells. We think they are very interesting. Do you know by using a membrane built from monolayer of Caco-2 cells, Brunswick Labs is able to mimic the human intestine to evaluate bio-uptake,absorption, and bioavailability of your products in human gut? This could be the ideal wayto test your product. Find out more here.
- How do we investigate the health effect potential of a product on diabetes condition and weight management? Here’s an array of bioassays via cells and pancreatic islets to help identify promising products. Click here to learn more.
- What is involved in an ORAC 5.0 analysis? And why do all 5 radicals matter? You can find out here.
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It’s summer, and because it’s summer we’re still on for some ice cream. After watching this video by star-chef Jamie Oliver where he shows kids what’s in ice cream and candy, we’re going to REALLY watch what’s in our ice cream. Watch Jamie Oliver ruin ice cream and candy forever.
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Science-backed marketing – now more than ever, and we can help!
People need to know the good things your product does. We can help with both scientifically determining product benefits andhelping communicate them to your customers. Brunswick Labs scientist writers and speakers can help you most accurately and effectively tell your product story based on our scientific study. Take a look at this example Brunswick Labs did on the many potent health benefits of the Theobroma Cacao fruit – yes, the fruit, not the beans we all know and love so well – here.
Theobroma Cacao fruit Thanks!The Team at Brunswick Labs