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What is Avemar®?

 

Avemar is derived from fermented wheat germ (botanical name: Triticum vulgaris). It comes in a powdered form in individual sachets which can easily be dissolved in water to make a palatable drink. This natural food source contains one of the highest sources of benzoquinones.

Avemar Research

More than 100 published papers review the clinical and experimental results obtained with this extract and have been published in prestigious journals. In vitro studies of cell cultures, animal studies  and clinical trials with over 1200 patients to date, have been undertaken in Hungary, Israel, Spain, Italy, Russia, the US and most recently Australia to name a few.  

Avemar® Product Awards

In March 2006, Avé (which is made from Avemar) earned the “Best New Product of the Year Award” in the USA out of 15,000 new products. The award, called “NutrAward,” was presented at the annual Natural Products Expo  2006 tradeshow in Anaheim California, the largest gathering of the natural, organic and healthy product industry in the USA.

WE SELL THE ORIGINAL 'AVEMAR' MANUFACTURED IN HUNGARY SINCE 1998

 

We do not sell any products that claim to have Avemar in them, or are manufactured by a different process. There has only been published research on the original Avemar.

Avemar® Product Research

 

The AVEMAR Research Program has been funded by many government organizations such as:The Ministry of Education, Biotechnology and OTKA [Scientific Research Foundation] in Hungary.

The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Science and Technology in Spain.The UCLA, General Clinical Research Center and Clinical Nutrition Research Unit in the US.Inco-Copernicus from the European Union and The Scientific Program, NATO.

 

More than 100 published papers review the clinical and experimental results obtained with this extract and have been published in prestigious journals. In vitro studies of cell cultures, animal studies and clinical trials with over 1200 people to date, have been undertaken in Hungary, Israel, Spain, Italy, Russia, the US and Australia to name a few.  

 

http://www.avemarresearch.com 

 

There are currently more than 30 peer-reviewed studies accessible on Pub Med [US National Library of Medicine].

 

 

http://www.pubmed.org  with the search term, ‘Avemar’,

and /or 'fermented wheat germ'.