Here is a collection of articles about topics that we find interesting.
When you eat anything that is considered a high glycemic food (will rapidly increase blood sugar), insulin is secreted by the beta cells of the pancreas immediately to control this spike in blood sugar.
The use of an antioxidant may or may not have some effect. That is assuming that the antioxidant is still an antioxidant.
I have been asked so many times, “How does a cosmetic hydrate the skin”? I will tell you what I know from both a scientific and common sense perspective.
A few years ago we did a study on a group of chickens, which consisted of a chicken feed, basic supplementation regiment (control group) with an additional altered carbohydrate added (experimental group). I also had some women and myself partake in this experiment.
Oxidative stress is basically the imbalance between the body’s systemic manifestation of a reactive oxygen species and the same body’s biological system’s ability to readily detoxify or neutralize the reactive intermediates to minimize biological damage or to inability to effectively repair the subsequent damage caused by these free radicals.
Some technical articles about light scattering and research
Chroma Class 101: Some applications where color analysis and the quantification of colors or appearances are critically important include: foods, labeling, pharmaceuticals, paints and stains, …
Chroma Class 102: The potential for genotoxicity has been historically assessed on the basis of the Ames test. The Ames test relies on a bacterial probe embodied as a definitive and consistent strain of Salmonella typhimurium.
Correlation of Dendritic Carbohydrate Polymers in Terms of Percent Branching and MALLS-Based Data Related to Branching
Chroma Class 103: The functional properties of many carbohydrate polymers used in food, pharmaceutical and other industries often depends on molecular branching.