A detailed research on Antioxidant and therapeutic potential of Immuxanth implementing in silico and in vitro approach

  • Rajdeep Dutta Gopal Dutta Head (Scientific Research Advisory), Renatus Wellness Pvt Limited, Bommanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3982-1143
  • Gautam Kar SSM(WC)MDS DM (Pune)DH (Delhi), LCCH (London) DHT (USA)
  • Seema Rao Department of Food and Nutrition, Public Health SHUATS Allahabad

Abstract

Imuuxanth powder, a dietary supplement enriched with natural antioxidants, is explored for its nutritional properties and potential health benefits. The powder provides 5.26 Kcal energy, 1.90g protein, zero fat and added sugar, and 1.80g fiber per serving. Suitable for low-calorie diets, it supports protein intake, tissue repair, and muscle development. With no fat or added sugar, it aids weight management and blood sugar control. Amino acid analysis highlights its diverse essential and non-essential amino acids. GC-MS identifies flavonoids, xanthones, and carotenoids for antioxidant properties.


Antioxidant assays (DPPH, FRAP, ABTS) confirm Imuuxanth's potential to combat oxidative stress. Molecular docking studies predict interactions with proteins related to antioxidant effects. Top berries intensify its antioxidant activity due to active compounds. Imuuxanth powder presents promising nutritional properties, including low energy, moderate protein, and absence of fat and added sugar. Its diverse bioactive compounds contribute to potent antioxidant capabilities. In silico studies support its potential as a dietary supplement for overall health, warranting further research for specific benefits.


Keywords: Immuxanth powder, Antioxandant potential, GCMS Analysis, Nutritional Analysis, Insilico Analysis

Keywords: Immuxanth powder, Antioxandant potential, GCMS Analysis, Nutritional Analysis, Insilico Analysis

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Rajdeep Dutta Gopal Dutta, Head (Scientific Research Advisory), Renatus Wellness Pvt Limited, Bommanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068

Head (Scientific Research Advisory), Renatus Wellness Pvt Limited, Bommanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560068

Gautam Kar, SSM(WC)MDS DM (Pune)DH (Delhi), LCCH (London) DHT (USA)

SSM(WC)MDS DM (Pune)DH (Delhi), LCCH (London) DHT (USA)

Seema Rao, Department of Food and Nutrition, Public Health SHUATS Allahabad

Department of Food and Nutrition, Public Health SHUATS Allahabad

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Dutta RDG, Kar G, Rao S. A detailed research on Antioxidant and therapeutic potential of Immuxanth implementing in silico and in vitro approach. JDDT [Internet]. 15Mar.2024 [cited 19Apr.2024];14(3):66-9. Available from: https://jddtonline.info/index.php/jddt/article/view/6405