Research on metabolic activity
Numerous studies on the unique effect of Almased have been conducted at internationally renowned universities and institutes such as the University of Freiburg, the West German Diabetes and Health Centre, London Metropolitan University and the University of Alberta in Canada. Our results have been published in international journals such as the International Journal of Obesity, The Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics and Diabetes Care.
Our research investigates the effect of Almased on body weight, hunger and satiety regulation, muscle mass maintenance and the gut microbiome. All of these factors influence metabolic activity and can play an important role in lifestyle changes in favour of effective weight management. In addition, the effectiveness of Almased on the regulation of blood sugar levels and HbA1c levels in people with type 2 diabetes has been studied for several years and its positive effect confirmed by numerous clinical results.