We have partnered with the University of Pretoria and are working with Prof Vinesh Maharaj, and Jaco Snyman on researching African plants that have medicinal value. The University of Pretoria has the largest archive on information pertaining to African plants, and we will be utilising this to pioneer our product development.

Interpreting clinical research can be complicated and sifting through reams of data and distinguishing between high-quality and mediocre studies can feel like a daunting task. But fear not! We’ve assembled some resources to guide you on your journey toward understanding and reflecting on the research before you. With these tools at your disposal, you’ll be able to evaluate the outcomes with ease and confidence.

How to read a scientific study (and why it's pretty hard)

Consumer Education Project: Research under the magnifying glass

Bridging the gap: Evidence-based practice guidelines for sports nutritionists

A Critical Review Exploring Science Communication of Nutrition

Making sense of meta-analysis in medical education research

Nonreplicable publications are cited more than replicable ones

UP sign first contract research chair for UP Biodiscovery Centre with M2Bio Sciences