Originally posted on http://blog.mojemana.cz/clinical/.
MANA is again one step ahead. After a months of working, we finally finish our first clinical study and we would like to share the results with you. When we found our company in 2014, we couldn’t even imagine that we would be able to achieve such a complicated and high quality form of clinical testing for our product. Similar forms of clinical studies are usually created for pharmaceuticals rather than for products in the food industry.
Making a laboratory analysis is not a new concept in our company. Marek Humpl, our main technologist has a vast expertise in the field of applied chemistry combined with extensive amounts of laboratory work. Thanks to his contribution, we have concluded that our lab analysis of essential ingredients will be a fundamental parameter in how we will ultimately develop our products. Those analysis can help us in revealing what we actually eat. We are sharing this information with you transparently. You know what we know.
In everything that we do, we are trying to beat the current standards.
These lab analysis brought us new information about the composition of our product, but what we are even more interested in is the influence of MANA on our bodies. That is centerpiece for our company. When we first became interested in the issue of clinical studies, we uncovered many things that surprised us. After we found out how it worked in pharmaceuticals and the food industry we were dumbfounded by its capabilities intrigued about how it possibly worked under such strange terms. Understanding it was not as easy as we anticipated it would be. We needed the study to be relevant. We needed to have the undeniable results with a verifiable value.
A critical point for us was to find a partner who could assure us of absolute technological and professional support, and simultaneously guarantee us that the study would be more than just a stamp with a signature.
We decided to start a cooperation with one of the best professionals in the field of clinical physiology, Mr. MUDr. Jan Gojda, Ph.D. from the Center for Research on Diabetes, Metabolism and Nutrition, 2nd Internal Clinic of the Faculty Hospital of Kr?lovsk? Vinohrady and 3rd Medical Faculty of Charles University.
We ran into a man who was passionate about his mission as much as we were and after hours of discussions we decided to initiate our first clinical study. We began with conducting an analysis of the glycemic and insulin index. The standard test in the food industry typically only encapsulates an excavation of the glycemic index. However, we decided to also conduct a test on the insulin index so that we could identify the suitability of MANA for people with diabetes. You can find out how it turns out here:
Determination of glycemic and insulin index of MANA