On November 11, the MFDA (Ministry of Food and Drug Safety) has approved the health claim “May help to maintain skin health from skin damaged by UV radiation” for Nutroxsun. This has been possible due to the good work of the Korean company Natural F&P, that from the beginning informed Monteloeder that their main goal was to get the health claim approved.
Obesity is defined as an accumulation of excessive or abnormal fat that can affect health. To determine if an adult suffers from obesity, the body mass index (BMI) is used, which is calculated from weight and height (kg / m2). An adult is considered to be overweight when their BMI is equal to or greater than 25 kg / m2 and obesity when it is equal to or greater than 30 kg / m2. In children, however, reference tables are used according to age and sex to identify excess weight.
In November 2012, in Cambodia, the ten countries that make up ASEAN (Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myammar) began negotiations to promote trade with six other countries in the area, specifically with Australia, New Zealand, China, Japan, South Korea and India.
It is a pleasure to announce the launch in Italy by PL Pharma S.r.l. of the product PREXURA®: food supplement in tablet form containing Metabolaid®, co-enzime Q10 and vitamin D3.
In early September 2019, our partner in Taiwan, Newin had organized a seminar for Metabolaid in the effort of promotion across Taiwanese market. The keynote for Metabolaid was delivered by our R&D, Digital Health Scientific Advisor, Dr. Jonathan Jones.
Italy, 17th of May of 2019:
The health ministry requests the recall of different products with curcuma as it may be a possible cause of hepatitis.
During Health Ingredients Japan, Willfarm, our distributor, organized a cocktail party at the Ariake Washington Hotel in Tokyo attended by numerous customers, where Nutroxsun Sports and ZeroPollution were presented. Continue reading COCKTAIL PARTY JAPAN
Health Ingredients Japan took place from October 2nd to 4th at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center in the Japanese capital.
In life, we can not avoid the Ambient (outdoor air pollution). This is a major cause of death and disease globally. The World Health Organisation (WHO) release a report in 2016 indicating that 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide due to Ambient (outdoor air pollution). There has been increasing research on the effects of ambient pollution on health. Mostly, Pollution causes damage when it is in contact with the airways and skin.