Today, everyone is looking for newer ways to stay healthier and promote longevity. Cellular health, often overlooked, is one of the top areas that contributes to increased overall health. The...
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Longevity Begins With Your Cells.
Cells are the foundation of life. Within these tiny building blocks, vital processes take place that are necessary to keep the body's mechanisms functioning at peak efficiency.
Over the course of our lives, “cellular waste” can accumulate, making our cells tired and slow. As this progresses, we begin to age on a cellular level. Healthy aging is the key to maintaining healthy cellular function into older age! Through a process called autophagy, it is possible to rejuvenate damaged cells and boost overall cellular function. There are several molecules used to stimulate cell renewal, but research has shown that spermidineLIFE® supplementation continues to be a promising way to help our bodies promote normal autophagy into older age.
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David A. Sinclair, Ph.D., A.O.
Professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School
Prof. Dr. Frank Madeo
Discovery of spermidine as an autophagy trigger
Prof. Dr. Guido Kroemer
Most cited autophagy researcher
Elizabeth Yurth, MD
Medical Director of the Boulder Longevity Institute
Prof. Dr. Thomas Pieber
Author of 400+ scientific publications
Prof. PhD. Lorenzo Galluzzi
Most cited young researcher in the world for cancer research
Prof. Dr. Stephan Sigrist
Einstein Professorship and Co-Director of the Excellence Cluster NeuroCure
Prof. Dr. Katja Simon
Professor of Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences at Oxford University. Researcher at the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology
What is Autophagy?
Autophagy may be one of the body’s most crucial processes for health and longevity. Acting as a cellular recycling program, autophagy can re-energize the cells by cleaning out damaged material and junk that accumulates over time, rejuvenating the cell. In many ways, autophagy helps to lay the foundation for a long and healthy cellular life. As we age, without the right balance of nutrients, the autophagy process stagnates. However, spermidineLIFE® supplementation may help maintain healthy autophagy into older age.
As we age, our ability to produce natural levels of spermidine through our gut microbiota or from our diets decreases significantly. This decline results in a stagnation of the autophagy process in our bodies, preventing cellular renewal, or autophagy. spermidineLIFE® makes cell renewal simple!
With over 10 years of research and multiple clinical trials, spermidineLIFE® is the gold standard of longevity supplements for researchers around the world. All of our ingredients are all-natural and european grade, and every batch is rigorously tested to ensure each and every one of our customers gets the safe & premium experience they expect.
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If you often look for ways to boost your health and wellness, then you have probably read about ways to trigger autophagy. Autophagy, the body’s natural cellular recycling system, is...
What Is Spermidine? Have you ever heard of spermidine? Spermidine is a natural occurring polyamine in the body. It plays a major role in cellular health and function, primarily through...