RIBODIET®. Trial 1. Evaluation of Ribodiet® immunomodulatory activities on tratead human monocytes
After treatment with Ribodiet® and LPS stimulation all the results, assessed to be statistically significant, indicate that Ribodiet® showed those in vitro effects:
- anti- inflammatory
- immune- modulatory
RIBODIET® Trial 2. Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of Ribodiet® in combination with other ingredients on treated human monocytes
After treatment with Ribodiet® in combination with Acerola (std. Vit C) and Zinc and LPS stimulation TNF –α levels are lower. Ribodiet® boosts the anti-inflammatory activity of Acerola (std. Vit C) and Zn.
Ribodiet® improves the efficacy of ingredients with claims approved.
- Immune system
- Gut barrier Health
- Sport nutrition
- Iron absorption
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