This company is never going to make anything with that bunch of spongers at the helm. The only was to sell a product or service is to promote it and Ford and the rest of the hangers on do nothing to promote the product. I sold over half my shares in PXS and the rest will be going soon.
This will no doubt go the same way as DVT prevention on long flights.
The best way to avoid Air pollution, is to stay away from polluted areas, or wear a mask if you have to.
My guess is that a mask would stop most particulate matter from entering the body in the first place, removing any benefit of FF. Masks are worn extensively in most of the large cities.
Much cheaper than 50p per dose.
I doubt that coal miners etc. will be recommended taking FF by their employers
ADP is a natural platelet agonist stored in platelets and is released upon platelet activation; it induces a strong initiation of platelet aggregation. Diesel particulate matter (PM) also strongly induces platelet aggregation. In contrast, non-polluted Ti02 particles did not induce significant aggregation at equivalent concentrations. Moreover PM further promoted the platelet aggregation induced by ADP. The combination of ADP plus PM is inducing a stronger platelet activation response than the sum of the individual platelet activation responses induced by ADP or PM alone.
Interestingly Fruitflow® was also able to inhibit the platelet aggregation induced by PM. Thus the area under the aggregation curve (AUC) was significantly decreased by 30% from 18606 to 13079. and the maximal percent aggregation (max % aggr.) was significantly decreased by 28% from 37% to 27% in the presence of Fruitflow® (Table 1 and Figure 1). Finally, the platelet aggregation which is promoted by the combination of ADP and PM is strongly inhibited by Fruitflow®. The area under the aggregation curve (AUC) was significantly decreased by 36% from 55622 to 35511. The maximal percent aggregation (max %
aggr.) was significantly decreased by 35% from 101% to 66% in the presence of Fruitflow®"
Fruitflow® inhibits the platelet activity induced by PM present in air pollution. Moreover, Fruitflow® also inhibits the ADP induced platelet aggregation when promoted by the presence of PM.
Thus, Fruitflow® reduces the platelet activation induced by PM which promote arterial thrombosis, atherosclerosis, and other cardiovascular diseases. Fruitflow® may be particularly useful in case of already elevated platelet reactivity due to stress. Furthermore, the WTSE can be used in persons with a preexisting disease such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease as the platelet reactivity which is increased by natural platelet agonist released under stress conditions and disease such as ADP are further promoted by air pollutants such as PM and can be inhibited by Fruitflow® such reducing the risk of cardiovascular events induced by PM. In conclusion, Fruitflow® is able to reduce the deleterious effects of PM on the cardiovascular system."
Has Provexis considered researching the anti-inflammatory effects of Fruitflow and Depression (I know it means more cash for research but put that to one side for the moment)
Current thinking regards the cause of depression and being questioned - https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/news/severe-depression-linked-inflammation-brain-288715
As we all know, Fruitflow has been shown to reduce inflammation.
I have taken Fruitflow every day for 8 years now and can't praise it enough regards my general health. Has it helped my mental health? I don't know. I would say any benefits to my mental health have been out weighed by it's share price!
This does seem to be the trial mentioned in previous RNS that was to take place in 2018.
"The proposed research and collaboration agreement between the Company and BY-HEALTH is intended to focus on BY-HEALTH's research programme into the development of new products that contribute to cardiovascular health, particularly in the field of blood pressure regulation, and it is intended to include a clinical trial which will be conducted in China. It is envisaged that the Company, BY-HEALTH and a third party Chinese research organisation will sign the research and collaboration agreement later this year, with the bulk of the research programme to be completed in 2018."
However, I find your other questions unanswerable for various reasons.
Your last paragraph does not take into account that tomatoes are cheaper.
Does this represent the commencement of the long awaited clinical trials by By-Health on the effects of Fruitflow on Blood Pressure???
If so doesn't that warrant an RNS from Provexis???
I note that the trial is funded by By-Health but there is no mention of the co-funding by Provexis.
I also note that the trial is also paying the same degree of attention to the effects of Cocoa, chokeberry and casein derived peptides. In your opinion, is there a danger of Fruitflow being dropped by By-Health in the event that any of these other 3 agents produce better results?
"The main purpose of this study was" (is) "to examine whether chokeberry extract, tamato extract(fruitflow), cocoa extract and casein-derived peptide formulas have the function of assisting in blood pressure reduction. "
8 years ago after EFA 13 was cleared FG was saying it might take another 4 years so I really would hang your hopes on what she posts . As I said before advertising works so vitamins make a profit when they are not even required by Humans if they eat sensibly . So which of the big Co's is going to fork out for FF advertising ? is FF advertising catchment everyone ? because that is what they like . I have explained the figures before .
'Do I think a Big Pharma might buy Fruitflow and sell it through their supplement division/subsidiary Yes. When? I have no idea but I do know it is a goal of DSM and PXS'.
How do you know that it is an actual ambition of DSM & PXS to sell via a big pharma? The household name would have been Unilever who pulled out at last minute because of the economy (I believe it was at an AGM I attended that Dawson said that).
This may set me up for criticism (I don't have time to research things these days) but Ive never thought of Unilever being a big pharma.
'how to achieve this motivation is one of the exciting challenges of preventive medicine today.
So that's the thing, it's going to be tricky by sounds if it....
'They're moving into more and more of these products," said Steven Mister, president of the trade group, Council for Responsible Nutrition'.
Thing is, Centrum is a multivitamin which doesn't require much marketing because everyone knows about the importance of vitamins and minerals. Fruitflow is very different to a multivitamin but that said, when I spoke to Stephen Moon years ago, he said the profit margins are very small for vitamins.
Are there any recent specific examples of big pharma going in and buying up a supplement? Aspirin is not recent and is (I think) licensed as a drug which have had very large trials, which we haven't got behind is.
Don't get me wrong, I think there is a good chance that a pharma will be interested but it would be nice to see some specific examples of them moving into these products. I think Beyer may be interested given the FDA's advice to not take it unless you really have to.
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