A Study on 4Life's BioEFA Reveals High Levels of SPMs

A Study on 4Life's BioEFA Reveals High Levels of SPMs
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4Life Research has a long history of conducting studies on products and ingredients, with a strong focus on launching new products. Of course, that includes 25 years of research on our most important ingredient: 4Life Transfer Factor®.

That being said, we also conduct studies on 4Life products that have already been launched. We recently conducted a study on 4Life BioEFA, where we looked for immune system benefits found in omega-3 and omega-6 oils called specialized pro-resolving mediators (SPMs).

What are Specialized Pro-Resolving Mediators (SPMs)?

SPMs are tiny molecules made from polyunsaturated fatty acids known as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. These tiny molecules act as messengers, aiding your immune system in performing its vital functions.3 SPMs are present in very low concentrations, so it takes very sophisticated techniques and equipment to find and measure them. In our research, we partnered with an independent lab in Germany that specifically tests for SPMs to determine their amount in 4Life BioEFA. We also tested other competitor products to determine how 4Life compared to leading brands that claim the same benefits.

4Life BioEFA Leads the Way in SPM Levels

This study showed that 4Life BioEFA has superior levels of tiny molecules SPMs to support immune system response.1,2 In fact, the lab found more than double the amount of SPMs compared to the leading brands. This is even more impressive when you consider that the closest competitor has a price tag of three times the cost of 4Life BioEFA!2

This new discovery is yet another reason why Science is one of our core values at 4Life. After all, Research is in our name!

Additional SPM scientific support:

Specialized pro-resolving mediators: endogenous regulators of infection and inflammation

  1. In pre-clinical studies

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