SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

EVERGREENLIFE PRODUCTS AVAILS ITSELF OF A SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE THAT PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE FOR THE DISSEMINATION OF THE RESULTS ACHIEVED IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AT THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL, AND WORKS IN CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS WITH SCIENTIFIC UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND WITH OTHER SIMILAR SCIENTIFIC BODIES, FOR MONITORING AND DISSEMINATING INITIATIVES IN THE AREAS OF INTEREST.

Prof Wolfgang Köstler

PRESIDENT OF THE AUSTRIAN ONCOLOGY SOCIETY AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE GERMAN ONCOLOGY SOCIETY

Olife and Olivum® are gifts for the humanity. Recent archeological research in Cyclades, the heart of the Aegean, has brought to light the fossils of olive leaves, which according to the synchronic methods of chronology appear to be about 50.000 – 60.000 years old.

Dr Valentina Brovedani

RESEARCHER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TRIESTE AND A COLLABORATOR WITH EVERGREEN LIFE PRODUCTS SRL

Research is for me an adventure driven by the desire to find new alternatives and solutions and from the ongoing critical analysis of the results obtained

Dr Domenico Ponte

SURGEON - SPECIALIST IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES

OLIVUM®: a metabolic protector that MOTHER NATURE has kindly donated to the human cell!

Dr Maurizio Mariscoli

CONSULTANT FOR RELATIONS WITH THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH CONCERNING REGISTRATION OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS AND COSMETICS

Dr Donatella Peressini

RESEARCHER IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRI-FOOD, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ANIMAL SCIENCE - UNIVERSITY OF UDINE

Study for the research on the characterisation and experimental validation of functional foods enriched with Olivum®

Dr Paola Vanzani

RESEARCHER AT THE DEPARTMENT OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE - UNIVERSITY OF PADUA PHD IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS - UNIVERSITY OF PADUA

Study and analysis of the molecular content of Olivum®

Fulvio Ursini

PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE SCHOOL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE UNIVERSITY OF PADUA

Olivum®, the basal component of Olife, is an extract of the soluble components of olive leaves, recognised since ancient times for a wide range of positive effects on human health. The biochemical mechanism is now identifiable in a set of biological effects, also for human beings, of molecules that have evolved in the plant world to contrast different forms of stress caused by various kinds of threats. This vision identifies not so much a specific pharmacological effect but an overall action of the components of olive leaves affecting the ability to control cellular stress, also in the human body, which can develop into diseases that only appear to be heterogeneous.