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BIOPERINE

Bioperine

 

How does it work?

Bioperine is a standardised extract from the black and long pepper, which contains a minimum of 95% of the active constituent piperine compared to 3-5% found naturally in raw black pepper.1 Bioperine is used for its ability to enhance the absorption of other nutrients when taken orally, termed a thermonutrient and bioavailability enhancer.2 Nutrient groups that have benefited using Bioperine include some herbal extracts, water and fat soluble vitamins, antioxidants, specific amino acids and minerals.3

What results can be expected?

Bioperine is a black pepper extract included in certain supplement formulations to enhance absorption of nutrients within the formula, and therefore increases nutrient availability to tissues.4

1Majeed, M et al. (2007). Targeting Optimal Nutrient Absorption with Phytonutrients. Sabinsa, 2-12. Retrieved Feb 2014, from http://beta.rodpub.com/uploads/317833Targeting-Optimal-Nutrient-Absorption-with-Phytonutrients.pdf

2Majeed, M et al. (2007). Targeting Optimal Nutrient Absorption with Phytonutrients. Sabinsa, 2-12. Retrieved Feb 2014, from http://beta.rodpub.com/uploads/317833Targeting-Optimal-Nutrient-Absorption-with-Phytonutrients.pdf

3Majeed, M et al. (2007). Targeting Optimal Nutrient Absorption with Phytonutrients. Sabinsa, 2-12. Retrieved Feb 2014, from http://beta.rodpub.com/uploads/317833Targeting-Optimal-Nutrient-Absorption-with-Phytonutrients.pdf

4Majeed, M et al. (2007). Targeting Optimal Nutrient Absorption with Phytonutrients. Sabinsa, 2-12. Retrieved Feb 2014, from http://beta.rodpub.com/uploads/317833Targeting-Optimal-Nutrient-Absorption-with-Phytonutrients.pdf