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ALP NUTRITION® corporation

ALP NUTRITION® is specialized in research & development and marketing of innovative liquid premium food supplements. An essential ingredient of ALP NUTRITION’s unique products is the herbal extract ALP PHYTO, based on organically grown plants in the Swiss Alps.

Due to the different demands people have, ALP NUTRITION® offers tailor made combination of micronutrients, antioxidants and phyto nutrients. Liquid dosage form and optimized nutrient combination are assuring best effects and high nutrient bioavailability

Dr. Oliver Schnorr - ALP NUTRITION®

Scientific Expertise. Specific know how.

All ALP NUTRITION® products have been developed under the scientific management of Dr. Oliver Schnorr. Dr. Schnorr led a group of scientists at the University of Duesseldorf, Germany, who have been interested in the effects of micronutrients in the human body and in particular, in inflammatory processes. He is author of numerous scientific peer-reviewed articles, published in international journals (see selected list) and had numerous lectures on international conferences. Additionally, he graduaded in „sports nutrition“, a postgraduate programm organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 2010.

This program was initiated by the IOC to qualify international experts in sports nutrition. The graduates of this world wide unique programm consult and take care of national teams, olympic team members and elite class athletes in the field of nutrition, as this parameter is important and performance determing to them. Actually, he supports and consults Betty Heidler, world championship winner in female hammer throw, to achieve optimal regeneration and best performance and results in her preperation fort he European Athletic Championship in Amsterdam and the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in summer 2016.

Selected scientific publications of Dr. Oliver Schnorr

  • Schnorr O., Brossette T.; Momma T., Kleinbongard P., Keen CL., Schroeter H., Sies H. Cocoa flavanols lower vascular arginase activity in human endothelial cells in vitro and in erythrocytes in vivo. Arch Biochem Biophys. 2008 Aug 15;476(2):211-5.
  • Kagemann G., Sies H., Schnorr, O. Limited availability of L-arginine increases DNA-binding activity of NF-kappaB and contributes to regulation of iNOS expression. J Mol Med. 2007 Jul;85(7):723-32
  • Stoldt, V. R.; Schnorr, O.; Schulze-Osthoff, K.; Scharf, R. E. Transforming growth factor-{beta}1 enhances the antifibrinolytic and prothrombotic state of growing endothelial cells in a cell cycle-specific manner. FASEB J. 2006.
  • Kuhn, M.; Wolber, R.; Kolbe, L.; Schnorr, O.; Sies, H. Solar-simulated radiation induces secretion of IL-6 and production of isoprostanes in human skin in vivo. Arch. Dermatol. Res. 297:477-479; 2006.
  • Schnorr, O.; Schuier, M.; Kagemann, G.; Wolf, R.; Walz, M.; Ruzicka, T.; Mayatepek, E.; Laryea, M.; Suschek, C. V.; Kolb-Bachofen, V.; Sies, H. Arginase-1 overexpression induces cationic amino acid transporter-1 in psoriasis. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 38:1073-1079; 2005.
  • Suschek, C. V.; Schnorr, O.; Kolb-Bachofen, V. The role of iNOS in chronic inflammatory processes in vivo: is it damage-promoting, protective, or active at all? Curr. Mol. Med. 4:763-775; 2004.
  • Suschek, C. V.; Schroeder, P.; Aust, O.; Sies, H.; Mahotka, C.; Horstjann, M.; Ganser, H.; Murtz, M.; Hering, P.; Schnorr, O.; Kroncke, K. D.; Kolb-Bachofen, V. The presence of nitrite during UVA irradiation protects from apoptosis. FASEB J. 17:2342-2344; 2003.
  • Schnorr, O.; Suschek, C. V.; Kolb-Bachofen, V. The importance of cationic amino acid transporter expression in human skin. J. Invest Dermatol.120:1016-1022; 2003.
  • Suschek, C. V.; Schnorr, O.; Hemmrich, K.; Aust, O.; Klotz, L. O.; Sies, H.; Kolb-Bachofen, V. Critical role of L-arginine in endothelial cell survival during oxidative stress. Circulation 107:2607-2614; 2003.
  • Bruch-Gerharz, D.; Schnorr, O.; Suschek, C.; Beck, K. F.; Pfeilschifter, J.; Ruzicka, T.; Kolb-Bachofen, V. Arginase 1 overexpression in psoriasis: limitation of inducible nitric oxide synthase activity as a molecular mechanism for keratinocyte hyperproliferation. Am. J. Pathol. 162:203-211; 2003