Momordica charantia
Factor21®

What is Factor21?

Proprietary, Momordica charantia extract, commonly called bitter melon, standardized to momordicosides. Factor21® is a natural regulator of a hormone growth factor called fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21, a metabolic regulator) and AMPK activator. Bitter melon is known to offer metabolic, glycemic, energy, cellular function, and healthy weight management support.

Key Attributes:

Momordica charantia extract

Supported by clinical research for AMPK activation

Standardized to active momordicosides

100-500mg / day

Energy homeostasis, and metabolic health

Impacts metabolic regulator at FGF21, AMPK activator

Regulatory & Safety:

Excellent safety profile & traditional use

Non-GMO Verified / Compliant

Herbs of commerce volume 2

Meets or exceeds USP/ICH/Prop-65 standards

Factor21® is a proprietary, bitter melon extract known to offer metabolic, glycemic, energy, cellular function, and healthy weight management support. Standardized to momordicosides from Momordica charantia, Factor21® is a natural regulator of a hormone growth factor called fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21, a metabolic regulator) and AMPK activator. Factor21® has a history of exceeding global regulatory compliance, offering superior quality assurance and control parameters, as well as being supported by rigorous traceability and sustainability initiatives and clinical validation.

Momordica charantia, commonly known as bitter melon, has been used traditionally for many years to support metabolic health and for its energy, weight management, and balancing properties.

INGREDIENT RESEARCH

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Strong ingredient development relies on validated, replicable testing methods and reference standards to ensure maximum activity and consistency. At Verdure, our research focuses on investigating and developing natural spectrum extracts that reflect a plant’s natural phytochemical profile, representative of the intrinsic synergies and applications used for a millennia.

What is Factor21?

Factor21® is a proprietary, bitter melon extract known to offer metabolic, glycemic, energy, cellular function, and healthy weight management support. Standardized to momordicosides from Momordica charantia, Factor21® is a natural regulator of a hormone growth factor called fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21, a metabolic regulator) and AMPK activator. Factor21® has a history of exceeding global regulatory compliance, offering superior quality assurance and control parameters, as well as being supported by rigorous traceability and sustainability initiatives and clinical validation.

Momordica charantia, commonly known as bitter melon, has been used traditionally for many years to support metabolic health and for its energy, weight management, and balancing properties.

Momordica charantia extract

100-500mg  / day

Supported by clinical research for AMPK activation

Energy homeostasis, and metabolic health

Standardized to active momordicosides

Impacts metabolic regulator at FGF21, AMPK activator

Excellent safety profile & traditional use

Herbs of commerce volume 2

Non-GMO verified / compliant

Meets or exceeds USP/ICH/Prop-65 standards

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Factor21 Research

Strong ingredient development relies on validated, replicable testing methods and reference standards to ensure maximum activity and consistency. At Verdure, our research focuses on investigating and developing natural spectrum extracts that reflect a plant’s natural phytochemical profile, representative of the intrinsic synergies and applications used for a millennia.

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Factor21 Research

Strong ingredient development relies on validated, replicable testing methods and reference standards to ensure maximum activity and consistency. At Verdure, our research focuses on investigating and developing natural spectrum extracts that reflect a plant’s natural phytochemical profile, representative of the intrinsic synergies and applications used for a millennia.