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Science is the cornerstone of what we do

It all starts with science. Ensuring that the development of our products and the reasons for which we create is grounded in science and in the latest scientific research is of paramount importance to Codeage. We want to make sure the products and ingredients that are used make sense for our health and have a viable and valid reason to exist. We also make sure to stick with the latest scientific findings to remain at the forefront of research. We come and manufacture new and useful nutritional solutions rapidly and diligently.

We ensure the quality of our products by sourcing every ingredients with suppliers that follow and comply with extensive requirements. The science we use is produced by the best universities and minds around the world. We lead by learning and offering the best solutions without having the need to compromise on any aspect of the process.

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REFERENCES

A non-exhaustive list of studies and publications used as references

Realizing the Potential of Cancer Prevention — The Role of Implementation Science

Karen M. Emmons, Ph.D., and Graham A. Colditz, M.D., Dr.P.H.

N Engl J Med 2017; 376:986-990 March 9, 2017 DOI: 10.1056/NEJMsb1609101 – Study

Effects of Soft Drink Consumption on Nutrition and Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Lenny R. Vartanian, PhD, Marlene B. Schwartz, PhD, and Kelly D. Brownell, PhD. – Study

Zinc and Copper Nutritional Studies in Very Low Birth Weight Infants: Comparison of Stable Isotopic Extrinsic Tag and Chemical Balance Methods

Richard A Ehrenkranz, Patricia A Gettner, Catherine M Nelli, Elaine A Sherwonit, Joanne E Williams, Bill T G Ting and Morteza Janghorbani – Study

Studies in nutrition: the physique and health of two African tribes

Boyd-Orr, John Boyd Orr, baron, 1880- Gilks, John Langton – Study

Markers to measure immunomodulation in human nutrition intervention studies

Ruud Albers, Jean-Michel Antoine, Raphae ̈lle Bourdet-Sicard, Philip C. Calder, Michael Gleeson, Bruno Lesourd5, Sonia Samart ́ın6, Ian R. Sanderson, Jan Van Loo, F. Willem Vas Dias and Bernhard Watzl – Study

Parent-child nutrient intake interrelationships in school children ages 6 to 19: the Princeton School District Study.

P Laskarzewski; J A MorrisonP KhouryK KellyL GlatfelterR Larsen, and C J Glueck – Study

A Possible Role of Vitamin D in the Genesis of Parenteral-Nutrition-Induced Metabolic Bone Disease

MOSHE SHIKE, M.D.; WILLIAM C. STURTRIDGE, M.D., Ph.D.; CHERK S. TAM, M.B. B.S., Ph.D.; JOAN E. HARRISON, M.D.; GLENVILLE JONES, Ph.D.; TIMOTHY M. MURRAY, M.D.; H. HUSDAN, Ph.D.; JOCELYN WHITWELL, R.N., B.SC.N.; DOUGLAS R. WILSON, M.D.; KHURSHEED N. JEEJEEBHOY, M.B.B.S., Ph.D. – Study

Parenteral Nutrition Is Associated With Intestinal Morphologic and Functional Changes in Humans

Alan L. BuchmanMD, MSPH, FACN Adib A. MoukarzelMD, PHDT Sunita BhutaMD Mari BelleBS Marvin E. AmentMD – Study

Types of dietary fat and breast cancer: A pooled analysis of cohort studies

Stephanie A. Smith-Warner, Donna Spiegelman, Hans-Olov Adami, W. Lawrence Beeson, Piet A. van den Brandt, Aaron R. Folsom, Gary E. Fraser, Jo L. Freudenheim, R. Alexandra Goldbohm, Saxon Graham, Lawrence H. Kushi, Anthony B. Miller, Thomas E. Rohan, Frank E. Speizer, Paolo Toniolo, Walter C. Willett, Alicja Wolk, Anne Zeleniuch-Jacquotte, David J. Hunter – Study

Transgenerational response to nutrition, early life circumstances and longevity

Gunnar Kaati, Lars Olov Bygren, Marcus Pembrey and Michael Sjöström – Study

Milk drinking, ischaemic heart disease and ischaemic stroke II. Evidence from cohort studies

P C Elwood, J E Pickering, J Hughes, A M Fehily and A R Ness – Study

Whole Grains and Cereal Fiber in Relation to Cancer Risk: A Systematic Review

Nour MakaremJoseph NicholsonElisa BanderaNicola McKeown and Niyati Parekh Study

Strategies for Promoting Healthier Food Choices

Julie S. Downs, George Loewenstein and Jessica Wisdom – Study

The Risk of Breast Cancer Associated with Dietary Lignans Differs by CYP17 Genotype in Women

Susan E. McCannKirsten B. MoysichJo L. FreudenheimChristine B. Ambrosone, and Peter G. Shields Study

Long-term effects of a ketogenic diet in obese patients

Hussein M Dashti, MD PhD FICS FACS, Thazhumpal C Mathew, MSc PhD FRCPath, Talib Hussein, MB ChB, Sami K Asfar, MB ChB MD FRCSEd FACS, Abdulla Behbahani, MB ChB FRCS FACSI PhD FICS FACS, Mousa A Khoursheed, MB ChB FRCS FICS, Hilal M Al-Sayer, MD PhD FICS FACS, Yousef Y Bo-Abbas, MD FRCPC, and Naji S Al-Zaid, BSc PhD – Study

Effects of a low-carbohydrate diet on weight loss and cardiovascular risk factor in overweight adolescents

Stephen B. Sondike, MD, Nancy Copperman, MS, RD, Marc S. Jacobson, MD – Study