TCI’s Golden Formula Wins World’s Best Functional Herbal Product Award 2021 Plant-Based Awards


Prebiotics are the key to influencing the intestinal bacterial environment. TCI’s prebiotics help the growth of Parabacteroides goldsteinii (PG) in the gut, adjusting gut bacteria, improving gut leakage, reducing fat, and helping bowel movements.

TCI’s proprietary prebiotics contain fructooligosaccharides, inulin and the patented IBD raw material: the kiwi enzyme. The three elements are mixed in a golden ratio to specifically provide the nutrients necessary for the growth of PG in the intestine and to increase the growth of PG by 4 times.. After Subjects taking Golden Formula for 4 weeks, clinical trial confirmed that it reduced average weight by 1.1 kgw, total body fat by 0.8%, trunk body fat by 0.9%, around size of 3.2 cm and abdominal fat a significant amount. Simultaneously, the trial also collected the results of the subjects’ responses, and after 4 weeks, he showed that the golden formula could to diminish difficulty in defecation, reduce the time it takes to pass a bowel movement, promote frequent bowel movements and make stools fluid.

The World Plant-Based Awards are an annual award given to the world’s first plant-based food industry. There are 15 awards, including the best alternative to meat and the best alternative to milk. Among them, the best functional product of plant origin is the only prize that rewards exceptional products of plant origin in the field of contemporary health nutrition. The jury examined 110 applications from 20 countries. TCI’s Gold Formula was chosen as the inaugural winner of the award in Taiwan, and has received wide attention and inquiries from brands in the healthcare field in Europe and the United States. It is expected to expand TCI’s business opportunities in the probiotics market by Europe and the United States.

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