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For many years, we have worked with professional researchers and institutions from various countries to study and improve DTS.

These research data do not only help optimise DTS, but they also help us better understand its effects and safety level.

Research Highlight

Harada Masayoshi

Medical Doctor

  • Toumeikai Social Medical Corporation

  • Iruma Nursing Vocational School

  • Tokyo Medical University, Department of Medicine

  • Saitama Medical University Collaborative Facility

  • Japan Association for Acute Medicine

  • Harada Hospital

  • Iruma Associate Nursing School

  • Tokyo Hospital University Higashi Kashi-kai

  • Japanese Society of Clinical Surgical

  • Musashino Gakuin University


How can DTS enhance and protect kidney function?

Research studies have pointed out that DTS can help increase glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and improve renal function by increasing plasma creatinine concentration, renal plasma flow and urine flow rate.

GFR is an accurate indicator used to measure kidney function. It determines the health level of the kidneys by measuring the flow rate of glomerular filtration. If GFR drops significantly, it may indicate a problem with the kidneys. A normal, healthy GFR should be around 110. The lower the value, the poorer the kidney function. If GFR is lower than 90, it means that there might be some minor problems with the kidneys. If it drops to 30, it suggests that there is a significant problem with the kidneys. If the rate is lower than 15, it means kidney failure.


DTS improve the glomerular filtration rate (GFR)

One of the important functions of the kidneys is to filter waste produced in our body, which would then be carried away through urine.

DTS can enhance the kidney’s glomerular filtration ability by increasing the concentration of plasma creatinine and improving the renal blood flow and urine flow.

The above study was published in the ”US National Library of Medicine”, PMID: 16804019


How can DTS reduce the harm caused by drug side effect to the body?

Almost every drug has a certain degree of side effects. Since it is the liver’s role to break down the toxicity of the drug, the liver can be easily damaged because of this. In such case, toxins cannot be effectively processed and they remain in the body, causing various side effects.

The study shows that DTS can effectively repair liver cells and improve liver function, preventing toxic substances from harming the liver and improving the liver’s ability to process toxins more effectively, thereby reducing the side effects of drugs on the body.


Drug-induced Liver Injury

DTS Protects Liver Cells

Research studies show that long-term medication can damage liver cells, causing liver enzyme ALT level to rise to 281.

After using DTS together with the usual medications, much fever liver cells are damaged, leading to a drop of ALT level to 81.

The above study was published in the ”US National Library of Medicine”, PMID: 19221534


How can DTS prevent ageing?

Our research studies indicated that DTS contains antioxidant properties that could help improve both kidney and liver function, reducing the potential damage caused by ageing of the liver and the kidneys. Through improving the levels of cysteine and glutathione, DTS helps both the liver and the kidneys to fight against oxidation.


What are Cysteine and Glutathione?

Belomging to one of the 20 naturally occurring amino acids, cysteine can protect against radiation-induced damage. It also plays an important role in detoxification and cell regeneration in the human body.

Commonly known as ‘the king of antioxidants’, glutathione is a powerful antioxidant made in the human body. However, its quantity tends to decrease with age. Irregular lifestyle and unhealthy eating habits can also contribute to its reduction. DTS / Vitalifex can effectively improve and prevent this situation from happening.

The above study was published in the ”US National Library of Medicine”, PMID: 16804019

Collected Listing Research

A collection of DTS research data was approved and listed on the US National Library of Medicine.
A total of eight medical studies have been recorded so far.

All Research Studies

Worldwide Research Centre

Connection centres for conducting research on DTS

NIDDK, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA
Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, University of Illinois, USA
WHO-Center for Biotechnology and Traditional Medicine, University of Milano, Milan, Italy
A. Scarpa-G.A.I.A. Age-Management Foundation, Pavia, Italy
MCH Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
Harada Hospital, Japan
Hepato-Gastroenterology Department, Sao Paulo University, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Liver Institute, Menoufyia University, Giza, Egypt

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