SoLongevity Nutraceuticals is launching a new product, developed to regularize homocysteine and glutathione levels, promote blood vessel health, support cell energy metabolism, and contribute to cardio and neurovascular wellness
Resveratrol, polydatin, glutathione, and NAD+ are four of the so-called “longevity molecules” on which research has long focused. In a series of four articles we explain what they are and how they work.
SoLongevity research has developed a patented, clinically tested formula that can rebalance the Redox status and reduce inflammation, with the aim of preventing age-related decline in cognitive ability.
It is one of the most powerful natural antioxidants in our bodies. It plays a central role in tissue production and repair and defends us against numerous diseases. And it plays an important role in physiological processes related to aging.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, resveratrol also appears to have antiviral action, limiting Sars-Cov-2 replication in nasal epithelium cells.
NAD+ is a molecule involved in cellular metabolism and aging. As the age increases, its level actually decreases. But with appropriate supplementation, it can be restored.
A polyphenol with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, polydatin is a natural bioavailable molecule that also appears to reduce the infectivity of the coronavirus
What are amino acid supplements? What benefits do they have and how do they work? Who are they indicated for? Alessandro Orlandini, M.D., a pharmaceutical chemist and specialist in clinical biochemistry, now medical director of the Italian company Professional Dietetics, answers these questions.
Longevity genes can be activated with a specific mix of nutrients. This is what prompted SoLongevity research to develop a special formulation: a combination of amino acids, polydatin and NAC which, in a controlled clinical trial, proved effective in rebalancing oxidative stress and reducing inflammatory parameters.
The third chapter of our guide is about the criteria for evaluating a food supplement. What “good” characteristics should it have? From certifications to bioavailability to the production chain.
In the second article of our guide to food supplementation, we offer a list of questions to figure out what you really need
The first of a series of articles to guide you into the world of dietary supplements. It starts from basic: what we should be aware of before approaching the food supplements’ shelf in pharmacies and herbalists, or in the supermarket