Biotics Research Corporation publishes news articles and study findings on a regular basis. Check here often for the latest information.

24 Sep

Children’s ENT-Pro™

Introducing Children’s ENT-Pro™

Children’s ENT-Pro™ is a pleasant-tasting strawberry-flavored probiotic lozenge that supplies newly isolated Lactobacillus delbrueckii LE and Lactobacillus rhamnosus LB3 strains, along with Lactobacillus plantarum LM, Bifidobacterium longum and Bifidobacterium bifidum, combined to support otolaryngeal health in children.

29 Aug

Introducing GI-Resolve™...a new gut health support product from Biotics Research!

Resolve the Gut, Restore the Body...Introducing GI-Resolve

At Biotics Research, we understand the delicate nature of the gut and the importance of "eating clean" to foster gut healing. Therefore, in formulating GI-Resolve, we carefully selected premium quality ingredients shown to restore the gastrointestinal tract without adding unnecessary ingredients such as flavors, colors, sweeteners or gums that could aggravate the gut.

17 Jul

Biotics Research is pleased to announce a new product, Pea Protein Isolate Natural Vanilla Flavor

Pea Protein Isolate is now available in natural vanilla flavor!  Pea Protein Isolate Natural Vanilla Flavor provides 15 servings per container and contains 21 grams of protein per serving. Our Pea Protein Isolate Natural Vanilla Flavor is a non-GM, gluten free source of protein with an excellent amino acid profile.

11 Jul

Biotics Research is pleased to announce a new product, Neuro-5-HTP-Forte™

Neuro-5-HTP Forte™ is a proprietary blend of nutrients formulated to support a positive neurological response, including calm brain activity and an overall sense of well-being. Its unique combination of amino acids, vitamins and mineral co-factors supports both the production of serotonin and GABA, acts as a natural relaxation agent, and helps with improvement in mood, reduction of cravings, better quality of sleep and a general feeling of calm.

11 Jan

Ashwagandha is Beneficial in Alleviating Cognitive Dysfunction

In the obese individual, cognitive disturbances, including problem solving, working memory, and neuro-muscular coordination, have been demonstrated to affect both social and mental abilities. Ashwagandha (ASH), recognized for its memory boosting and restorative functions “is traditionally used as a rasayana (tonic) that works in a holistic manner to promote overall health and vitality”, and has also been reported to support memory. Cognitive shortfalls across the lifespan have been associated with “obesity (without any comorbid medical condition)”.

02 Jan

Medicinal Properties of Curcumin

Curcumin has demonstrated several medicinal properties, including possessing an inhibitory effect on the virulence, quorum sensing (QS), and biofilm initiation.(1) Curcumin has also exhibited an inhibitory effect on the QS system of numerous pathogens, including E. coli and P. aeruginosa. This study examined the liposomes of curcumin as an inhibitory mechanism on QS system of Aeromonas sobria (AS), which “is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped, facultative anaerobic, motile, and flagellated bacterium,” that typically flourishes in various types of waters, as well as in soil and food.

26 Dec

Eating Nuts Strengthens Brainwave Frequencies

In a study by researchers from Loma Linda University Health, it was determined that “eating nuts on a regular basis strengthens brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learning, memory and other key brain functions.” The researchers tested six nut varieties, including almonds, cashews, peanuts, pecans, pistachios and walnuts, and determined that “some nuts stimulated [particular] brain frequencies more than others.” Pistachios, for example were determined to “produced the greatest gamma wave response”, a critical component for “enhancing cognitive processing, information r

19 Dec

Low Muscle Insulin Sensitivity in Poorly Controlled T2D is Associated with Incomplete Skeletal Muscle Fatty Acid

The mechanisms responsible for progressively worsening glycemic control are poorly understood. In a study by Gavin TP, et al. it was observed that “lower skeletal muscle mitochondrial respiratory capacity is associated with low insulin sensitivity and the development of T2D.” The insulin sensitivity in skeletal muscle was investigated, and the difference between well (WCD) and poorly (PCD) controlled T2D was determined.

11 Dec

The Slow Down of Brain Cells with Fatigue

In a study published in Nature Medicine, it was reported “that individual neurons slow down when we are sleep deprived, leading to delayed behavioral responses to actions around us.” With sleep deprivation, the neural lapse, or slowdown that occurs “affects the brain’s visual perception and memory associations.” They determined that certain tasks are difficult when one is tired, and especially difficult after pulling an all-nighter.

27 Nov

High Fiber Intake Associated with Improved Survival Rate in Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is recognized as “the third most common cancer and the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States.” According to a recent JAMA Oncology study, a