Dr. Thomas Schell, (DVM, DABVP, CVCH)
Our goal at Nouvelle Research, Inc. is to develop natural supplements that may promote health by reducing daily aches and pain, supporting a health immune response and promoting a healthy inflammatory response with key nutrients. We are here to support, guide and educate through our various resources. Through the use of our Cur-OST® health supporting formulas, we have aided many patients by managing daily aches and pain, supporting healing and enhancing overall quality of life. We have published 3 research trials in equine patients evaluating systemic inflammation and the impact of curcumin and other herbs on health and documenting the benefits. But I knew there was more to it.
Our goal at Nouvelle Research, Inc. is to develop natural supplements that may promote health by reducing daily aches and pain, supporting a health immune response and promoting a healthy inflammatory response.
You can order our products directly from Nouvelle or from one of our knowledgeable Distributors in your area. Either choice will get you the lowest price and speed of delivery.
We are proud to offer many ingredients available for purchase in bulk quantities to save money. Each nutrient or herb demonstrates their own health benefiting values and may be used individually or combination.
At Nouvelle Research, Inc, we never give up and are constantly striving for new and better options to benefit the horse. Metabolic syndrome is one area of concern for many, impacting the horse on many levels from weight gain to laminitis. The process is complex, involving the process of inflammation and many other cellular pathways, which then also contribute to insulin dysregulation. Currently, we are exploring a new research formula to benefit these patients, but need your assistance.Read more ...
Abstract: (Shishu, Maheshwari, M., Journal of Functional Foods (2010), doi:10.1016/j.jff.2010.01.004)
The bioavailability of curcumin from turmeric, Biocurcumax and as plain curcumin wasinvestigated using conventional vehicles by a non-everted rat intestinal model.
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