The protein trend has promised to continue at a steady pace, with interest in, and consumption of, plant proteins increasing at record levels. This is due in large part to the rapid expansion in consumer demand for meat, dairy, and seafood analogs. But alongside the growth in protein as a whole ingredient, the various parts that make up a protein molecule are not being ignored.
The rapidly expanding array of sweetener options merits a look at the best uses, applications, and formats whether considering them solely for flavor and performance or with an eye on reduction of nutritive sugars. Among the nutritive sweetener, trending sources include syrups from maple, sorghum, corn, and malted grains.
Bioenergy Life Science introduces RiaGev™, the first commercially available compound combining Bioenergy Ribose and a form of vitamin B3
November 5, 2018
RiaGev is the first and only commercially available compound uniquely combining Bioenergy Ribose and a form of Vitamin B3. It is distinctly formulated to enter the salvage pathway directly to more efficiently increase nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) in the body.
Bioenergy Life Science receives positive opinion in new EFSA ruling on the safety of D-Ribose as a novel food ingredient
June 1, 2018
Bioenergy Life Science, Inc. (BLS) welcomed this news today (May 31) in a published result of the EFSA evaluation of its core ingredient D-Ribose. (EFSA Journal 2018;16(5):5265). EFSA concludes that D-Ribose is safe for the general population including children and that this relates to a value of 36 mg/kg/day, which for a 70Kg adult is equivalent to a daily dosage of 2.5g, which is a strong dose for efficacy.
The magic of food science takes an essential energy source like ribose and transforms it into a delicacy like Dark Chocolate Trim Truffles or Cinnamon Power Bread. While it might seem like wizardry, the secret is hard work and dedication by a company like Bioenergy Life Science, Inc. that for decades has studied to understand and harness one of the basic building blocks of life for the benefit of human health.
Ribose is a simple, five-carbon monosaccharide, or pentose sugar, found in body cells. It is the backbone of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a key molecule in the metabolic cycle that provides energy to cells.