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Scientific studies Grana Guard Nano-Omega 5

A little about the studies

Granlix aims to provide its customers with products based on science and nature. The company’s laboratories are managed by Prof. Ruth Gavizon from Hadassah Hospital and Prof. Shlomo Magdessi from the Hebrew University. The company’s laboratories conduct studies on various models for the purpose of examining the safety of the company’s products and their effect. These studies have been published in leading scientific journals after careful peer review.

Relevant studies in the company’s products are also applied in clinical trials on humans, in close cooperation with the departments of neurology at Hadassah Hospital and Ichilov Hospital, as well as with the neuropsychology department at Rambam Hospital and a research institute in Mexico.

Grena Guard and Anti-agingComparing anti–aging hallmark activities of Metformin and Nano-PSO in a mouse model

Grena Guard and recovery from head injuries
Nano-PSO Administration Attenuates Cognitive and Neuronal Deficits Resulting from Traumatic Brain Injury

2023

Recent studies

12% improvement in cognitive abilities

A human study was carried out at the Hadassah Ein Kerem University Hospital in Jerusalem, by Prof. Demitrios Crossis, an internationally renowned senior neurologist, together with Dr. Panayota Petro. The study was approved by the Helsinki Committee for Human Experiments and the hospital management. It was found that in people who received Grana Gard for only 3 months, there was a 12% improvement in the CVLT-II test that measures cognitive memory abilities.

All studies

September 2021

12% improvement in cognitive abilities

Beneficial effects of a nano formulation of pomegranate seed oil, GranaGard, on the cognitive function of multiple sclerosis patients

P. Petrou MD, A. Ginzberg PhD., O. Binyamin PhD. and D. Karussis MD, PhD.

April 2022

Grena Guard and recovery from head injuries

Nano-PSO Administration Attenuates Cognitive and Neuronal Deficits Resulting from Traumatic Brain Injury

D Qubty, K Frid, M Har-Even, V Rubovitch, R Gabizon

February 2022

Grana Guard Nano Omega 5 and anti-aging

Comparing anti–aging hallmark activities of Metformin and Nano-PSO in a mouse model of genetic Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

O Binyamin, K Frid, G Keller, A Saada, R Gabizon

September 2020

Grana Gard steatosis in the liver

Punica granatum L.-derived omega-5 nanoemulsion improves hepatic steatosis in mice fed a high fat diet by increasing fatty acid utilization in hepatocytes

K. Zamora-López, L. G. Noriega, A. Estanes-Hernández, I. Escalona-Nández, S. Tobón-Cornejo, A. R. Tovar, V. Barbero-Becerra & C. Pérez-Monter

December 2019

Grana Gard affects cognition

Brain targeting of 9c,11t-Conjugated Linoleic Acid, a natural calpain inhibitor, preserves memory and reduces Aβ and P25 accumulation in 5XFAD mice

O Binyamin, K Nitzan, K Frid, Y Ungar, H Rosenmann, R Gabizon

April 2019

Grena Guard and free radicals

Mitochondrial dysfunction in preclinical genetic prion disease: A target for
preventive treatment?

G Keller, O Binyamin, K Frid, A Saada, R Gabizon

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August 2017

Grena Guard and life expectancy

Continues administration of Nano-PSO significantly increased survival of genetic CJD mice

Binyamin O, Keller G, Frid K, Larush L, Magdassi S, Gabizon R.

November 2015

Grena Guard and anti-inflammatory activity

Treatment of a multiple sclerosis animal model by a novel nanodrop formulation of a natural antioxidant

Binyamin O, Larush L, Frid K, Keller G, Friedman-Levi Y, Ovadia H, Abramsky O, Magdassi S, Gabizon R

Scientific publications

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