Building a Nutrilite Global, Scientific Community
By bringing together some of the world's leading experts, the Nutrilite Health Institute has
built a global scientific community – adding unprecedented focus and impact to a wide range
of studies, from heart health and weight management issues, to improving our lives as we age.
The Nutrilite Health Institute draws on the expertise of over 100 internal scientists as well
as outside experts for research, clinical testing, and education. Their discoveries, demonstrated
in hundreds of international science and nutrition journals and presentations, have greatly
expanded global understanding of nutrition science.
The Nutrilite Health Institute Publications List spans more than five decades of ground-breaking
research in the areas of nutrition science, analytical chemistry, and agricultural methodology.
List of Publications
The Nutrilite Health Institute has also been represented in over 150 scientific presentations.
Following are some recent places our Scientists have been:
America's Phytonutrient Report
America’s Phytonutrient Report by Nutrilite is the first major analysis of fruit and vegetable consumption by color categories that represent specific phytonutrients.
America's Phytonutrient Report: Heart Health by Color
America’s Phytonutrient Report: Heart Health by Color sheds light on key phytonutrients that may help heart health.
America's Phytonutrient Report: Bone Health by Color
America’s Phytonutrient Report: Bone Health by Color focuses on the key phytonutrients that may support bone health.
America's Phytonutrient Report: Women's Health by Color
America’s Phytonutrient Report: Women's Health by Color examines the phytonutrients that may be most beneficial to women's health.
America's Phytonutrient Report: Immune Health by Color
America’s Phytonutrient Report: Immune Health by Color examines the phytonutrients that may be most beneficial for supporting a healthy immune system.
Murphy M, Barraj L, Herman D, Bi X, Cheatham R, Randolph R. Phytonutrient intake by adults in the United States in relation to fruit and vegetable intake. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. November 9. Epub ahead of print [PubMed PMID: 22078816]
Li K, Yuan X, Du F, Lin Y, Li M, Huang X, Randolph K. Impact of Multinutrient Supplements on Adult Nutrient Status In Beijing. Chinese Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2011;19(4):227-230.
Ma L, Grann K, Li M, Jiang Z. A pilot study to evaluate the effect of soy isolate protein on the serum lipid profile and other potential cardiovascular risk markers in moderately hypercholesterolemic Chinese adults. Ecology of Food & Nutrition. 2011; 50(6):473-485.
Vargas M. Highly palatable foods: the brain reward pathways and connection to overeating. Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine Newsletter. 2010;13(2):34-38.
Vargas M. Atherosclerosis, functional foods, and nutritional genomics. Nutrition in Complementary Care. 2009;12(2):23-30.
Randolph K and Kornman K. A nutrigentics proof-of-principle study: 12 years of molecular genetics meets 70 years of nutrition science. Nutrition.2009;25(3):258-260.
Chandra A, Paganelli C, Persons K, Gellenbeck K, and Menon G. Qualitative and quantative determination of glabridin from licorice root for nutraceutical and cosmeceutical applications. 122nd AOAC Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Grann K, Randolph K, and Beeson L. The association between lifestyle factors, interleukin-1 genotype, and c-reactive protein. American College of Nutrition Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Ikonte C, Hacker C, Chandra A, Trexler L. Phytochemical characterization of artichoke leaf extract and assessment of its protective effects from alcohol and chemically-induced damage in human liver cells. American Society of Pharmacognosy Annual Meeting, Athens, Greece.
Lin Y, et al. Dietary supplementation for genomic stability: results from four controlled clinical trials. International Society for Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods(ISNFF) Annual Meeting, Taichung, Taiwan.
Lemay M, Ramakrishnan S, Roh-Schmidt H. Plasma nutrient and nutrigenomic effects of a vitamin-mineral-phytonutrient supplement in healthy ethnically Japanese adults: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized study. International Carotenoid Society 15th International Symposium on Carotenoids, Okinawa, Japan.
Menon G, Chandra A, Fast D, Monge R. Extraction of turmeric using membrane process to isolate curcumins as anti-inflammatory compounds. IFT Annual Meeting and Food Expo, New Orleans.
Murray M, et al. An approach for screening natural plant ingredients for bone health. 7th International Phytochemical Conference, Buena Park, CA.
Ramakrishnan S. Effects of a combination botanical supplement on nutrigenomic markers in healthy adults. 4th China-Japan International Conference on Vitamins, Xian, China.
Fast D, Gellenbeck K, Ikonte C, Lin Y, Roh-Schmidt H. High throughput method for assessing gap
junction intercellular communication. International Conference
on Physiological and Pathological Importance of Gap Junctions, Tokyo, Japan.
Jiang Z, Li K, Huang W, Wu Z, Yuan X, Huang X, Li M, Lin Y, Randolph K. Effects of
multivitamin-multimineral-phytochemical supplement on nutrient status in Chinese adults.
Experimental Biology 2007, Washington, D.C.
Lemay M, Lin Y, Randolph K, Rozga L, Diaz-Sanchez D, Krempin D. Botanical combination product reduces
late response to nasal allergen challenge and release of prostaglandin D2.
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Lin Y, Murray M, Kermpin D, Gellenbeck K, Roh-Schmidt H, Wilkins L, Rebhun JF, Randolph RK. The approach
for screening natural plant ingredients for development of nutraceutical supplements to support bone health.
American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 29th Annual Meeting,
Murray MA, et al. A novel approach for screening natural plant ingredients for development of nutraceutical
supplements to support bone health. 67th International Congress of FIP,