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    Enhancing Quality of Life at every stage

    Aquamin Marine Minerals transfer a host of benefits for each stage of life. It is much more than the sum of its parts.

    Aquamin is supported by a significant and growing body of scientific publications appearing in a number of international journals. Thus far, scientific research has identified how Aquamin can enhance quality of life in the areas of:


    Bone Health
    • Preservation of bone structure and strength while on a high fat Western style diet
    • Inhibition of Bone Mineral Density loss
    • Aids the mineralisation and maturation of bone cells
    • Fast & effective PTH suppression and protection from exercise-induced bone loss
    • Aquamin & Vitamin D3 show proven synergy in enhancement of bone mineralisation
    1. Slevin et al., (2014) “Supplementation with calcium and short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides affects markers of bone turnover but not bone mineral density in postmenopausal women”( J Nutrition; In Press). Download pdf
    2. Aslam et al., (2013) “Preservation of bone structure and function by Lithothamnion species derived minerals”( Biol Trace Elem Res; In Press). Download pdf
    3. Widaa et al., (2013) “The osteogenic potential of the marine-derived multi-mineral formula Aquamin is enhanced by the presence of Vitamin D” (Phytotherapy Res; In Press). Download pdf
    4. O’Gorman et al. (2012) “ The Marine-derived, Multi-mineral formula, Aquamin, Enhances Mineralisation of Osteoblast Cells In Vitro”( Phytotherapy Res 26 (3) : 375-80). Download pdf
    5. Barry et al. (2011) “Acute Calcium Ingestion Attenuates Exercise Induced Disruption of Calcium Homeostasis”( Med Sci Sport Exerc 43(4):61723).Download pdf
    6. Aslam et al. (2010) “A mineral-rich extract, Aquamin, from the red marine algae, Lithothamnion calcareum, preserves bone structure and function in female mice on a high fat diet”( Calcif Tissue Intl. 86(4) : 313-24).Download pdf
    7. Lee et al. (2010) “The effects of a mineral supplement (Aquamin F) and its combination with multi-species Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) on bone accretion in an ovariectomized rat model”( J Exp Biomed Sci 16 (4): 213-220).Download pdf
    Joint Health
    • Proven anti-inflammatory activity
    • Pain and stiffness reduction for sufferers of osteoarthritis
    • Ability for sufferers of osteoarthritis to reduce NSAID use by up to 50%
    1. Murphy et al., (2014) “The marine-derived, multi-mineral formula AquaPT, reduces TNFα levels in osteoarthritis patients” (J Nutr Health & Food Sci: In press). Download pdf
    2. O’Callaghan et al., (2013) “Antioxidant and pro-apoptotic effects of marine-derived, multi-mineral Aquamin supplemented with pine bark extract, Enzogenol and green-tea extract, Sunphenon” (J Medicinal Foods. In Press). Download pdf
    3. O’Gorman et al. (2012) “Evidence that marine-derived, multi-mineral, Aquamin, inhibits the NFκB signalling pathway in-vitro”( Phytotherapy Res 26(3):630-32). Download pdf
    4. Ryan et al. (2011) “Evidence that the marine-derived multi mineral, Aquamin, has anti-inflammatory effects on cortical glial-enriched cultures” (Phytotherapy Res 25(5): 765-7). Download pdf
    5. Frestedt et al. (2009) “A natural seaweed derived mineral supplement (Aquamin F) for knee osteoarthritis: a randomised, placebo-controlled pilot study” (Nutrition Journal 8:7). Download pdf
    6. Frestedt et al. (2008) “A natural mineral supplement provides relief from knee osteoarthritis symptoms: a randomized controlled pilot trial” (Nutrition Journal 7 : 9). Download pdf
    Digestive Health
    • Improvement of the symptoms of colitis
    • Anti-inflammatory activity demonstrated in the GI tract
    • Protection from liver damage while on a high fat Western diet
    • Prevention of polyp formation on a high fat Western diet
    • Maintenance of healthier stomach wall on a high fat Western diet
    1. Singh et al., (2014) “Induction of calcium sensing receptor in human colon cancer cells by calcium, vitamin D and Aquamin: promotion of a more differentiated, less malignant and indolent phenotype” (Mol Carcin; In Press).
    2. Aviello et al., (2013) ” A mineral extract from Red Algae Ameliorates Chronic Spontaneous Colitis in IL-10 Deficient Mice in a Mouse Strain Dependent Manner” (Phytotherapy Res. In Press). Download pdf
    3. Aslam et al. (2012) “Multi Mineral Natural Product Inhibits Liver Tumor Production in C57/BL6 Mice” (Biol Trace Elements Res 147: 267-74). Download pdf
    4. Aslam et al. (2012) “A Multi Mineral Rich Natural Product inhibits Colon Polyp Formation in Healthy Mice on a High-Fat Diet” (Nutrition in Cancer 64 (7), 1020-8).
    5. Dame et al. (2011) “Human colon tissue in organ culture: calcium and multi-mineral-induced mucosal differentiation” (In Vitro Cell Dev. Biol. – Animal 47:32-38). Download pdf
    6. Aslam et al. (2010) “A mineral-rich red algae extract inhibits polyp formation and inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract of mice on a high-fat diet” (Integrative Cancer Therapies 9 (1): 93-9). Download pdf
    7. Aslam et al. (2009) “Growth-inhibitory effects of a mineralised extract from the red marine algae, Lithothamnion calcareum, on Ca2+ -sensitive and Ca2- -resistant human colon carcinoma cells” (Cancer Letters 283 (2): 186-92). Download pdf


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