Veri-te is a clinically studied technology manufactured by Evolva
Gencor has announced the introduction of VeriSperse, a cold-water dispersible resveratrol powder. Veri-Sperse features Veri-te and LipiSperse. Evolva’s resveratrol has been featured in two recently published clinical studies in The Journal of North American Menopause Society and Clinical Nutrition.
Reservatrol is a polyphenol found in plants which is recognised for its ability to work on a cellular level to support healthy aging. It’s normally limited by its preference for aqueous environments. Gencor’s VeriSperse resveratrol overcomes this limitation by utilizing LipiSperse technology, developed by Pharmako, which is designed to enhance dispersion and increase bioavailability of the resveratrol up to 2 to 3 times. The bioavailability of VeriSperse has been scientifically validated by a human pharmacokinetic study.
The LipiSperse technology acts to create a repulsion between the powder surface of VeriSperse and solution to establish an equilibrium. The repulsion prevents particle agglomeration or aggregation, thus allowing the resveratrol to disperse in water. This dispersion provides for both greater absorption and overall efficacy of the Veri-te resveratrol.
“Given Veri-te’s recently published outcomes by The Journal of North American Menopause Society and Clinical Nutrition, we feel even more confident in the ability of the resveratrol to address critical life markers and symptoms for menopausal women,” said Chase Shyroc, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Gencor. “In marrying Veri-te and LipiSperse technologies, Veri-Sperse resveratrol provides a superior resveratrol that can be applied in limitless applications to support healthy aging and improved quality of life for women suffering the symptoms of menopause.”
Veri-te resveratrol was the focal point of RESHAW, a peer-reviewed and published research project. REHSAW’s double-blind, placebo-controlled study examined the impact of the resveratrol on cognitive performance. The results from the study indicate that resveratrol may attenuate the decline in cognitive function as well as improve overall well-being in post-menopausal women. RESHAW received the “Best Nutrition Research Project” award from NutraIngredients Asia in 2020.