Name /GREENYN Biotechnology
Address /5F, No.43, Keya Road, Daya District, Taichung City
Name /Pang-Kuei Hsu
Title /RD manager
Telephone /(Work) 04-2238-2860
Greenyn Biotechnology, established in 2012, is a subsidiary of Greenyn Corporation. For years, Greenyn has been dedicated to the development of unique dietary ingredients. Every product from Greenyn is validated by solid science and clinical studies. The product development is collaborated with leading Medical university and Bio-tech cooperation. Currently, the research efforts have been identified by more than international 60 patents and several international innovation awards.
Greenyn Biotechnology provides the integrated service for our partners. We develop dietary ingredients with specific active compounds or peptides and good clinical efficacy. The exemplary products are novel bitter melon peptide (mcIRBP-19; Insumate®), Antrodia cinnamomea mycelia (Antromax®), and 101 kinds of fruit and vegetable ferment (Zymologist®).
Insumate® is able to interact with IR and trigger the insulin signaling pathway in the absence of insulin. The hypoglycemic effect of Insumate® in subjects with chronic diabetes has been verified by two clinical studies. The fasting blood glucose (FBG) and HbA1c levels of subjects were significantly improved in three months (Nutrients 2020, 12(5), 1252).
Antromax® is the first USFDA-acknowledged A. cinnamomea product around the world. Antromax® are used for improvement of liver function indexes, detoxification, alcohol removal, and fatigue. The clinical results showed that Antromax® were able to reduce the GOP and GPT levels and inhibit the viral activity in subjects with chronic hepatitis B infection. Moreover, it did not lead to any adverse effect on the auxiliary treatment with the antiviral medication (Entecavir).
Zymologist® only contains less than 2.5% sugar and over millions of SOD-Like. Especially, Zymologist® is a low GI food in comparison with competitive products. It is utilized for modulating metabolism and enhancing bowel movement.
Name /Chen-Meng Kuan