Vitae Caps S.A  has been awarded with the prize "Marca Innueva" of the CEEI. The European Center of Companies (CEEI) in Talavera de la Reina-Toledo gave the prize "Marca Innueva" on Thursday 15th of October to Vitae Caps S.A in its IV edition. It is a public recognition...

Increased intakes of vitamins C and E and other antioxidants from the diet may protect against DNA damage in people exposed to ionizing radiation such as pilots, says a new study. According to the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR),...

A supplement containing lutein, zeaxanthin and blackcurrant extract may reverse signs of visual fatigue, according to a new study from Japan and Singapore. Visual fatigue, caused by many factors, not least staring at computer monitors for long hours, may be eased a daily supplement containing blackcurrant fruit...

Soy isoflavones may activate anti-ageing proteins and lead to an extension of life, suggests preliminary research from Newcastle University in the UK. Scientists at the university’s Human Nutrition Research Centre and Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University report that the soy isoflavone daidzein...

A combination of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E may lead to speech improvements in autistic children with verbal disorders, suggests a new study.     Verbal apraxia is a speech disorder common in autism, and an estimated 50 per cent of children with autism have apraxia....

Vitae Caps has adapted its Quality System to the new regulation ISO 9001:2008 and the certificate is available on the website. Furthermore, Halal, Kosher and non GMO certificates have been updated and our customers can download them from our website.Category: Quality ...

Phytosterols, commonly consumed to reduce cholesterol levels, may also “potentially prevent cancer development”, according to a new review of all the science.   The ingredients may work via the traditional route of reducing cholesterol, particularly in the membrane of cancer cells, and by activating an enzyme...

CLA (conjugated linolenic acid) is a fatty acid naturally present in ruminant meat and dairy products. Due to changes in the Western diet, average intake of CLA has fallen; if the fat is removed from a dairy product to make a low fat version that...

Phytosterols, commonly consumed to reduce cholesterol levels, may also “potentially prevent cancer development”, according to a new review of all the science. The ingredients may work via the traditional route of reducing cholesterol, particularly in the membrane of cancer cells, and by activating an enzyme called...

A combination of antioxidant pigments and vitamins may slow down sight loss in elderly people, according to researchers from Queen’s University, Belfast. The study used a commercial supplement containing lutein, zeaxanthin, vitamins C and E, and zinc. Results of the Carotenoids in Age-Related Maculopathy (CARMA) study indicated...