PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Felice et al., (2018)

J Med Foods
Bioaccessibility and bioavailability of a Marine-Derived Multimineral, Aquamin Magnesium.

Zenk (2017)

( J Nutrition; In Press).
“Effect of Calcium Derived from Lithothamnion sp. on Markers of Calcium Metabolism in Premenopausal Women”

Brennan et al., (2017)

A Natural, Calcium-Rich Marine Multi-mineral Complex Preserves Bone Structure, Composition and Strength in an ovariectomised Rat model of Osteoporosis

Brennan et al., (2015)

J Mechan Behav Biomed Mat 47:114-123
Incorporation of the natural marine multi-mineral dietary supplement Aquamin enhances osteogenesis and improves the mechanical properties of a collagen-based bone graft substitute

Slevin et al., (2014)

J Nutr 144(3) : 297-304
Supplementation with calcium and short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides affects markers of bone turnover but not bone mineral density in post-menopausal women.

Shea et al., (2014)

Med Sci Sports Exerc 46(10) : 2007 – 13
Calcium supplementation and PTH response to vigorous walking in postmenopausal women.

Widaa et al., (2014)

Phytotherapy Res; 28(5):678-84
The osteogenic potential of the marine-derived multi-mineral formula Aquamin is enhanced by the presence of Vitamin D

Aslam et al., (2013)

Biol Trace Elem Res 156 (1-3) : 210-20
Preservation of bone structure and function by Lithothamnion species derived minerals

O’Gorman et al., (2012)

Phytotherapy Res 26 (3) : 375-80
The Marine-derived, Multi-mineral formula, Aquamin, Enhances Mineralisation of Osteoblast Cells In Vitro

Bae et al., (2011)

Biol Trace Elem Res 144 : 992 – 1002
Magnesium supplementation through seaweed calcium extract rather than synthetic magnesium oxide improves femur bone mineral density and strength in ovariectomized rats

Barry et al., (2011)

Med Sci Sport Exerc 43(4):61723
Acute Calcium Ingestion Attenuates Exercise-Induced Disruption of Calcium Homeostasis

Aslam et al., (2010)

Calcif Tissue Intl. 86(4) : 313-24
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.

Lee et al., (2010)

J Exp Biomed Sci 16 (4): 213-220
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

Cronin et al (2016)

British Journal of Nutrition (115) 658 – 665
Effects of supplementation with a calcium-rich marine-derived multi-mineral supplement and short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides on serum lipids in post-menopausal women.

Hampton et al. (2015)

J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci 54(5): 487 – 96
Ulcerative demratitis in C57BL/6NCrl mice on low-fat and high-fat diets with and without a mineralized red algae supplement

 

Murphy et al., (2014)

J Nutr Health & Food Sci 2(3):1-3
The marine-derived, multi-mineral formula AquaPT, reduces TNFα levels in osteoarthritis patients

O’Callaghan et al., (2013)

J Medicinal Foods 16(10):920-6
Antioxidant and pro-apoptotic effects of marine-derived, multi-mineral Aquamin supplemented with pine bark extract, Enzogenol and green-tea extract, Sunphenon.

O’Gorman et al. (2012)

Phytotherapy Res 26(3):630-32
Evidence that marine-derived, multi-mineral, Aquamin, inhibits the NFκB signalling pathway in vitro

 

Ryan et al. (2011)

Phytotherapy Res  25(5): 765-7
Evidence that the marine-derived multi mineral, Aquamin, has anti-inflammatory effects on cortical glial-enriched cultures

Frestedt et al. (2009)

Nutrition Journal 8:7
A natural seaweed derived mineral supplement (Aquamin F) for knee osteoarthritis: a randomised, placebo-controlled pilot study

 

Frestedt et al. (2008)

Nutrition Journal 7 : 9
A natural mineral supplement provides relief from knee osteoarthritis symptoms: a randomized controlled pilot trial

Crowley et al., (2018)

Marine Drugs
Dietary supplementation with a Magnesium-rich Marine Mineral Blend  Enhances the Diversity of Gastrointestinal Microbiota.

McClintock et al., (2018)

Cancer Prevention Res (2018)
Calcium-Induced Differentiation of Human Colon Adenomas in Colonoid Cuture: Calcium Alone Versus Calcium with Trace Minerals

Singh et al., (2014)

Mol Carcin 54(7):543-53
Induction of calcium sensing receptor in human colon cancer cells by calcium, vitamin D & Aquamin: promotion of a more differentiated, less malignant and indolent phenotype.

Aviello et al., (2013)

Phytotherapy Res. 28(2):300-4
A Mineral Extract from Red Algae Ameliorates Chronic Spontaneous Colitos in IL-10 Deficient Mice in a Mouse Strain Dependent Manner.

Aslam et al., (2012)

Biol Trace Elements Res 147: 267-74
A Multi Mineral Natural Product Inhibits Liver Tumor Production in C57 / BL6 Mice

Aslam et al., (2012)

Nutrition and Cancer
A Multi Mineral Rich Natural Product Inhibits Colon Polyp Formation in Healthy Mice on a High Fat Diet.

Dame et al., (2011)

In Vitro Cell Dev. Biol. Animal 47: 32-38
Human Colon Tissue in Organ Culture: Calcium & Multimineral-Induced Mucosal Differentiation.

Aslam et al., (2011)

Integrative Cancer Therapies 9 (1): 93-9
A Mineral Rich Red Algae Extract Inhibits Polyp Formation & Inflammation in the Gastrointestinal Tract of Mice on a High Fat Diet.

Aslam et al., (2009)

Cancer Letters 283 (2): 186-92
Growth-Inhibitory Effects of a Mineralised Extract From the Red Marine Algae. Lithothamnion Calcaerum.   on Ca2+ -sensitive and Ca2- -resistant human colon carcinoma cells