Spermidine is a molecule that is found in every cell of your body. It's in all plants and animals. Researchers have begun to better understand this unique molecule which is naturally occurring. Spermidine is consumed in food, synthesized in the gut microbiome and also synthesized in cells on demand. Spermidine is part of a group of molecules known as polyamines which interact with living cells to perform various metabolic functions.
Research on the fascinating polyamine is in its early stages, but the results could have major implications on understanding the function and aging of living cells. Early research conducted through trials on human cells, animals, and humans, have reported intriguing impacts on neurodegeneration, the cardiovascular system, bone density, muscle function, the immune system, aging and longevity, diabetes and obesity, hair growth, and liver protection. As a result of these early studies, researchers across the world are now taking a significant look into the the uses and benefits of spermidine.