MEET NULIV SCIENCE
YOUR STRATEGIC PARTNER
FOR INNOVATION & QUALITY
NuLiv Science is a growing team of scientists, innovators, and creatives focused on developing and communicating the power of our patented ingredients.
From humble beginnings starting in 1997, NuLiv Science has grown into a full range ingredient supplier, early-stage developer of nutraceuticals and turnkey service provider to the dietary supplement and cosmeceutical industry.
Our research advisors
Dr. T. C. Chang, Ph.D.
Dr. Chang received his Ph.D. in the Department of Biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research interests include understanding the role of steroid hormone receptors in gene regulation, metabolism, and diseases.
Dr. W. L. Chang, Ph.D.
Dr. Chang received his Ph.D. in the Department of Industrial Management from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Wen Liang does research in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Neuroscience and his other research interests include exploring biologically active components from Chinese herbs.
Understanding the Concept of Qi
Understanding the Concept of Qi:
Bridging Western Science & Eastern TCM
Qi, foreign in concept and practice in western medicine, is the root of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). According to TCM, qi or ch’i, usually translated as “vital energy”, governs all aspects of biological and physiological activities in the human body. TCM practitioners have believed qi is used to measure the health, vitality, and well-being of an individual. Strong qi is associated with better energy and physical stamina, stronger potential to ward off stress and other health ailments.*
NuLiv Science’s 20 years of research in AstraGin® and its other proprietary ingredients, mostly comprised of qi herbs, such as Astragalus, leads us to believe the health benefits associated with qi herbs are related to the anabolic and catabolic metabolisms that regulate many basic biological functions in the human body that are manifested in physiological expressions in energy level and sense of wellbeing.