BioPerine Ingredient Profile
BioPerine is an extract originating in the fruits of black pepper known as Piper nigrum standardized minimum to 95% Piperine. The extract is well known in the supplement industry since it has been used an absorption enhancer for many years.
There is very solid data to support the increased bio-availability of the ingredients that it is partnered with. Amazingly it works at an incredibly low dosage.
The science behind this ingredient indicates that it performs well when partnered with any of the following ingredients at various dosages which we can advise you professionally on: beta-carotene, CoQ10, Curcumin, Iron, Resveratrol, Selenium and Vitamin B6.
Particularly well thought of in the sports nutrition sector, it is a natural thermogenic, assisting weight-loss as it burns fat and heats up your core temperature.
According to their marketing data Sabinsa (The owner of the BioPerine patent) claim that “In general, BioPerine was found to enhance absorption of nutrients by at least 30%”.
This extract of extremely potent black pepper may be co-administered with various nutrients to enhance their bio-availability in both human and animal supplements. This makes it one of the most diverse ingredients in the supplement world.
According to their website, “Sabinsa’s mission is to provide alternative and complementary natural products for human nutrition and well-being”.
The products that are produced by this company intended for human consumption are certified Kosher and Halal.
Operating out of their New Jersey HQ, the company employs over 1000 people and has offices globally in Utah, Australia, China, Europe, Japan and India.
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