What makes NaturEnhance supplements better than all the competition?

Our research has been focused on restoring and maintaining optimal health from a natural cellular metabolic level. Significant breakthroughs have been made whereby the delivery of plant-based essential oils and vitamins is greatly enhanced through a proprietary water solubility process.

This technology dramatically increases the bio-availability of supplements and vitamins into the cells of the body. Our Head of Research, Dan Schulz, insists NaturEnhance is “not just another health supplement, too many vitamins on the market today rely on synthetic and toxic petro-chemical solvents in their content and production.”

Dan explains the synergistic action in NaturEnhance based Omega 3,5,6,7,and 9

Naturenhance turmeric supplements absorbe differently to powder

Danm explains the difference between ascorbic acid and Naturenhance Vitamin C

A Revolutionary breakthrough

Scientists and nutritionists have been trying to improve on the best method for delivery of vitamins and supplements for years. The biggest challenge has always been bioavailability, which is the proportion of a drug or other substance that enters the circulation when introduced into the body and so is able to have an active effect.

To put it simply: “How can we get more of the good stuff through the gut and into the cells that need them most?”. The answer is: “Water Solubility!”

Here at NaturEnhance, we use Halcyon Bioscience’s pioneering Pure Plant Based Water Soluble Technology for our Curcumin, Omegas and Vitamin C & D products: the Liquid Immunity, Liquid Nutrition, Liquid Health and Liquid Sun series. This technology greatly increases bioavailability (thus absorption) of botanical ingredients.

With superior absorption technology, our clean botanical formulations provide enhanced cellular nutrition for superior performance.

What makes NaturEnhance supplements better than all the competition?

This more efficient delivery of our liquid supplements is what makes them stand ahead of other brands, according to our resident scientist at Halcyon Bioscience, Dan Schulz. Dan’s background in health started with training as a Chiropractor. This foundation fuelled an interest in better understanding how the body worked with respect to gaining, maintaining and restoring optimal health from a cellular metabolic level. What followed was 20 years of research into the importance of plant-based essential fats and how the structural role these fats have in cellular membranes underpins most of the health challenges faced in modern times.

“Our key difference is working with highly non-soluble plant ingredients that’ve interesting health promoting properties such as Curcumin and taking them to the next level. Many oils and insoluble powders are very difficult for the body to absorb, which is where our new solubility technology shines. Oils, resins and insoluble extracts can all be significantly enhanced allowing them to absorb at much higher rates improving efficacy. Many inferior methods rely on toxic petro-chemical solvents to force solubility, but these approaches can be very dangerous. Our entire process, all ingredients, preservatives, cleaning products are all 100% plant based, we use zero synthetics in our entire facility!”

  • Dan Schulz (NaturEnhance’s Head of Research)

1. Turmeric An Overview of Potential Health Benefits
Keith Singletary, PhD

This is an extensive PDF document disscussing the health benifits of Tummeric. Published in Nutrition Today,Volume 45Number 5September/October, 2010


2. Bioactivity, Health Benefits, and Related Molecular Mechanisms of Curcumin:

Current Progress, Challenges, and Perspectives

By Xiao-Yu Xu, Xiao Meng, Sha Li, Ren-Yiu Gan, Ya Li and Hua-Bin Li
Published in the online Journal Nutrients 2018

This paper reviews the current research progress on curcummins’ versatile bioactivity, such as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-regulatory activities, and also intensively discusses its health benefits, including the protective or preventive effects on cancers and diabetes, as well as the liver, nervous system, and cardiovascular systems, highlighting the potential molecular mechanisms.


3. The effects of curcumin-containing supplements on biomarkers of inflammation and oxidative stress: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Tabrizi R, Vakili S, Akbari M, Mirhosseini N, Lankarani KB, Rahimi M, Mobini M, Jafarnejad S, Vahedpoor Z, Asemi Z.

This study analysed the results of Curcumin for inflammation in randomised, controlled trials.


4. Curcumin Inhibits Polyethylene-Induced Osteolysis via Repressing NF-κB Signaling Pathway Activation.
An S, Han F, Hu Y, Liu Y, Li J, Wang L. Biochem. 2018;50(3):1100-1112.

This study demonstrated that curcumin reduces bone damage caused by polyethylene.


5. Bioavailability of Curcumin: Problems and Promises.

Preetha Anand†Ajaikumar B. Kunnumakkara†Robert A. Newman‡Bharat B. Aggarwal

This study evaluated the challenges of getting Curcumin in its various forms into the body.


6. Role of curcumin in the management of pathological pain.
Sun J1, Chen F2, Braun C3, Zhou YQ1, Rittner H4, Tian YK1, Cai XY5, Ye DW6

This review discusses the role of curcumin in managing severe pain due to disease.