Protective Effect of Betaine on Changes in Levels of Protein, Glycoproteins and Amino Acids in Isoprenaline-induced Myocardial Infarction in Rats
This breakthrough paper on one of the key ingredients in Ola Loa, Betaine, exploring its impact on preventing heart attacks was published in the African Journal of Biochemistry Research. The research concludes that betaine is shown to prevent heart attacks and damage after injection of the toxic drug isoprenaline. The research concludes that "...the overall cardioprotective effect of betaine was probably related to its ability to strengthen the myocardial membrane by its membrane stabilizing action or to a counteraction of free radicals by its antioxidant property."
This paper on Betaine, one of the key ingredients in Ola Loa, was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. It shows how Betaine functions to support heart, liver and kidney health, as well as its implications for atherosclerosis, diabetes and more.
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, (2004); Stuart A.S. Craig; pp 539-549