Trials Confirm the Nutritional Potency of Nutra-Iso®

September 22, 2014
Field clinical trials conducted by Sustainable Nutrition International in 2012-14 confirmed the nutritional potency of Nutra-Iso® formulations in remediating chronic malnutrition in infants who were exclusively breastfed by mothers consuming the bioactive nutraceutical formulations. The 2012-14 Nutra-Iso clinicals were conducted in collaboration with the Government of Guatemala. Overall, 165 lactating mothers were screened and tested over the 135-day trial period for each group. Participating mothers’ daily nutrition was supplemented with 40 grams of the Nutra-Iso formulation, and their infants were breastfed exclusive of any other nutrition for the 135-day period. All participating mothers received monthly health testing at the regional clinic in Comapa, located in the Southeastern rural district of Guatemala where chronic malnutrition is prevalent in infants. The breastfed infants were monitored monthly according to World health Organization indicators, including weight-for-height, body length-for-age, weight-for-age, cephalic perimeter-for-age, and body mass index-for-age. The results proved to be significant when indexed against WHO metrics in all measurements excerpt weight-for-height, which is often more influenced by genetics over generations of time. However, the four principal indictors for infant development, weight-for-age, body mass index-for-age, length-for-age, and cephalic perimeter showed statistically significant improvements when measured by the Student ‘T’ Test (p<0.01), increasing 291.9%, 202.0%, 30.7%, and 56.6% respectively. These are all important indicators of the importance early intervention with bioactive nutrition can play in remediating chronic malnutrition in infants, and the positive role indigenous Nutra-Iso production can play in nutrient deficit rice producing regions worldwide. Over 50 million metric tons of rice bran byproduct is available from the rice milling process worldwide, with substantial volumes available in developing countries where rice is a staple human food. Michael Stayton, Chairman of the Board for Sustainable Nutrition International, reported the aforementioned results to the World Food Program in Rome, Italy in September 2014.

SNI Highlighted at Humanitarian Investor Forum

September 5, 2014
Sustainable Nutrition International’s bioactive nutrition programs for remediating chronic malnutrition in infants was highlighted in the ‘Humanitarian Investor Forum’ cosponsored by Nixon Peabody and the United States Patent and Trademark Office on August 14, 2014 in Santa Clara, California. Dr. Glenn H. Sullivan, who accepted the 2013 ‘Patents for Humanity Award’ for Intermark Partners Strategic Management, the developers of the pioneering technology for which the award was received, presented the program plans for transferring the Company’s pioneering technology and bioactive nutrition formulations to nutrient deficit regions in Central America and beyond. This transfer will be accomplished through an exclusive non-profit bearing license agreement awarded to Sustainable Nutrition International for humanitarian development purposes. Early stage nutritional deficiencies that result in chronic malnutrition and stunted physical and mental development impact nearly 165 million children worldwide. Current food security programs have not effectively reversed this trend in a sustainable manner. The solution to remediating chronic malnutrition is nutraceutical nutrition formulations that are readily bioavailable to infants in their early development stages, starting with the pregnant mother’s nutritional supplementation and through the first 6-9 months of lactation. The results of SNI’s 2012-14 field clinical trials clearly demonstrate the significant benefits derived from such nutritional supplementation in remediating chronic malnutrition, and thereby establishing the foundation for normal physical and cognitive development of the infant in a sustainable manner. Sustainable Nutrition International is currently seeking program funding for its 2014-15 and 2015-16 development programs in Central America. Michael Stayton, former Chief Operating Officer for the World Food Program, and currently Board Chairman of Sustainable Nutrition International, is leading the initiatives for our current program development missions. He can be contacted at; SNI Executive Director Jessica White can be contacted at