We've Got You Covered

Need some new ingredients to spice up your supplement range? Been subject to the recent blanket ban on unapproved supplement ingredients and unsure what you can use in their place?

Here at Biodome, we produce a lot more than just our own brands; we contract manufacture supplements for an enormous number of clients across Australia. Not only do we have the qualifications and expertise, but we've been around for long enough to know the ins and outs of the supplement industry sufficient to produce a range of raw materials currently used in many of our clients' products, which are now available to you to add to your own!

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Biodome Performance Ingredients

Commercial raw materials with legal claims.

Recent clarifications under the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 have seen a vast range of raw materials effectively banned from use in sports supplements. This has come about because ingredients which do not have express permission to be used under Food Standard 2.9.4 and Schedule 29 have been declared to be therapeutic goods. These include theacrine, citrullene, agmatine, methyl-liberine, beta alanine, methyl-tyramine and many more. Most of these compounds are not listed on the ARTG and so will disappear from the marketplace entirely.

These changes however do not mean you cannot produce high-performance supplements with legal claims, and we at Biodome have seen these changes as an opportunity to showcase our food-legal technologies. Explore the use and effectiveness of raw materials listed here, and claims which can be attributed to these compounds.

Every ingredient has Permissible Label and Advertising Claims Under FSANZ, which are legal claims which may be written word for word on any supplement containing them.

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Frostamide

  • Potent thermogenic activity in fat

  • Encourages conversion of white fat to brown thermogenic fat in adipose tissue

  • Increased glucose metabolism and reduction of obesity

  • Reduces pain sensitivity

  • Stimulating

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  • Potent increase in muscle metabolism and energy availability

  • Insulin-like activity in muscle

  • Weightloss effect

  • Reduced oxidative stress

  • Reduced ‘bad’ (HDL) cholesterol

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Ampical

  • Increased fat metabolism

  • Increased skeletal muscle mitochondrial biogenesis, encouraging endurance phenotype

  • Increased skeletal muscle energy utilisation 

  • General health promoting

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Syrol

  • Inhibits muscle protein breakdown

  • Protects against hyperglycemia

  • Increases insulin sensitivity

  • Promotes translocation of GLUT4 to increase muscle energy availability

  • Promotes wound healing

  • Neuroprotective, protective against neuronal oxidative stress

  • Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory

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Epichol

  • Decreases myostatin and β-galactosidase and increases markers of muscle growth including follistatin, MyoD and myogenin

  • Potent increase in skeletal muscle strength

  • Decreases body fat

  • Enhanced muscle mitochondrial function

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Ost-VA

  • Anabolic in bone osteoblasts

  • Inhibitory of osteoclast activity and protective of cartilage and connective tissue

  • Reduces oxidative stress and antiinflammatory

  • Protection against neurodegeneration

  • Pain reduction

  • Potentiates skeletal muscle metabolism and energy availability

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Luperform

  • Appetite Suppressant

  • Anabolic through GH/IGF-1 Axis

  • Increased contractile force

  • Strength and endurance

  • Increased dopamine and adrenaline

  • Increased lipolysis and decreased desire for low nutrient value foods.  

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More to come!

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