Science & Research

Science & Research

OVERALL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH OF BUSHFOODS

The chemotherapeutic potential of Terminalia ferdinandiana: Phytochemistry and bioactivity
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An assessment of the composition and nutrient content of an Australian Aboriginal hunter-gatherer diet
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Functional Properties of Australian Bushfoods
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Health Benefits of Australian Native Foods
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Native Australian Fruits- Antioxidants Study
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KAKADU PLUM

The chemotherapeutic potential of Terminalia ferdinandiana: Phytochemistry and bioactivity.
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Rural Industries Report on Kakadu Plum
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Antimicrobial Properties and Phenolic Compounds in Commercially Grown Native Australian Herbs
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Antioxidant capacity and hydrophilic phytochemicals in commercially grown native Australian fruits
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Nutritional properties of commercially grown native Australian fruits: Lipophilic antioxidants and minerals
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Style bible Vogue gives Top End bush fruit Kakadu plum superfood nod of approval
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AHIFLOWER OIL

Ahiflower has the highest omega-3 SDA available! SDA (stearidonic acid) is the most biologically advanced plant- based omega-3 source. Unlike flaxseed and fish oil, Ahiflower contains GLA, which is an omega 6 fatty acid that is associated with skin health, hormonal balance and reducing inflammation.
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Consumption of Buglossoides arvensis seed oil is safe and increases tissue long-chain n-3 fatty acid content more than flax seed oil – results of a phase I randomised clinical tria
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Anti‐Infammatory Efects of Stearidonic Acid Mediated by Suppression of NF‐κB and MAP‐Kinase Pathways in Macrophages
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Determinants of fluid intelligence in healthy aging Omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acid status and frontoparietal cortex structure
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Canadian Researchers Discover Novel Anti-Inflammatory Compound from Omega-3 ETA Ahiflower Oil Consumers Will Benefit
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Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids
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