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Spermidine Capsules 3mg (30 days, 60 pc.)

Sale price€49,00

Spermidine, a naturally occurring polyamine found in wheat germ and other foods, is emerging as a promising player in the longevity game. Our Spermidine capsules offer a convenient way to explore the potential benefits of this exciting compound.

Embrace Spermidine's Potential for Cellular Health and Longevity:

  • Autophagy Support: Research suggests Spermidine may promote autophagy, a cellular housekeeping process vital for healthy aging. By encouraging cellular renewal, it may contribute to longevity.
  • Cellular Rejuvenation: Early studies explore Spermidine's potential role in supporting healthy cellular processes, potentially promoting cellular rejuvenation and longevity.
  • Metabolic Health: Emerging evidence investigates Spermidine's potential impact on metabolic health, which may be important for overall well-being as we age.
Spermidine Capsules 3mg (30 days, 60 pc.)
Spermidine Capsules 3mg (30 days, 60 pc.) Sale price€49,00

DAILY DOSAGE

6mg (2 capsules of 3mg)

SUGGESTED USE

1 capsule (3mg) in the morning, 1 capsule (3mg) in the evening. Recommended during the meal.Swallow the capsule with water.

EFFECT PEAK

3-4 weeks

SOURCE OF MATERIAL

High quality Wheat Germ Extract produced in EU

What is Spermidine?

Spermidine, discovered in 1678, is a natural molecule found in both plants and animals.

The main Spermidine's role is to stimulate cellular waste recycling processes (autophagy), therefore it is believed to mimic the longevity effect of fasting.

Spermidine levels in our bodies decline with age, therefore external sources of the molecule are needed to maintain the normal level of cellular metabolism.

Wheat germ is the main herbal source of spermidine in nature. However, concentrated food supplements are the most effective way to consume the active ingredient.

How does Spermidine work?

Spermidine helps to maintain healthy cells by promoting a process called autophagy.

Autophagy is where cells break down and recycle damaged parts, like old proteins and organelles. This recycling keeps cells functioning efficiently and prevents the buildup of waste that can contribute to aging and disease.

Spermidine is thought to activate proteins involved in autophagy, essentially triggering this cleaning process and mimicing the process of fasting.

It may also work by mimicking some of the cellular benefits of fasting.

Studies suggest this may be why spermidine shows promise in promoting longevity and overall health.

Longevity meaning by L Cell

200 years long lifetime.

That is not just a slogan, but also a realistic goal.

In 1961 American scientist Leonard Hayflick has discovered that most human cells are capable to divide up to 60 times before they die.

Upon every divison they mutate by loosing some of the original DNA epigenome information, making our bodies increasingly older and proner to diseases.

Luckily, scientific achievements of recent 20 years have proven that there are ways to slow down and even reverse the degeneration process.