Many marveled at the high purity grade of Tocotrienols offered by DavosLife. Naturale3 DVL 95 sample was shown at PINC 2015, an extract that is above 95% total Vitamin E content. The high purity provides huge potential to dose less, creating versatility at various applications. A clear example is soft gels made to the same dosage with Naturale³ DVL 95 than with Naturale³ DVL 50 (50% concentration) would be smaller hence easier to swallow.
Much interest was also generated with the audience on the research findings presented by Ms. Yap Wei Ney, KLK OLEO Biology Section Head on the outcome of Tocotrienols to impede photo-aging and its implications on skin cancer. The findings have huge potential on skin care, an activity young, old, women and nowadays men as well on skin care for their looks. Thus it was not surprising to receive most questions from business people attending PINC 2015.
Inflammatory bowel disease (1130) affects about 3.5 million patients worldwide. DavosLife is the first to conduct research on Tocotrienols for IBD. Dr. Lim Kee Pah shared the research findings and received ideas from scientists on potential inclusion for the next stage of this research topic.
PINC 2015 has showed case the repertoire of research year to date on Tocotrienols for various health benefits. DavosLife has been honored with the opportunity to present its research too.
Thank You Malaysia Palm Oil Council (MIDOC) for the honour given!
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Group Managing Director of KLK OLEO, Mr. A.K. Yeow and Business Planning and Development Director, Ms Lau Kwee Ying with the VIPs at KLK OLEO booth.
DavosLife Section Head of Biology Ms. Yap Wei Ney, engaged with the audience on finding of Tocotrienol for Skin Cancer.
DavosLife Research Scientist Dr. Lim Kee Pah listening intently to a suggestion from the floor on Tocotrienol research for IBD.