Nanotechnology can be used to produce better supplements with increased bioavailability and improved efficacy in delivery and absorption. This is according to Michal Heger, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CFO of Nurish.Me, which has used nanotechnology to create a curcumin supplement coined CoreCumin. Although the use of nanoencapsulation is not widespread yet, Heger notes that a better understanding of this method and appropriate regulatory control could significantly improve supplementation delivery.
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