The power of Resveratrol and its benefits are undeniable. There are many doctors within our network that have been using it themselves for years as well as recommend it to their patients, friends and family. One of them being Malcolm R. Ing. MD. Malcolm was born in Honolulu HI in 1934 and has been a loyal Longevinex user since 2009. At
1912 was a monumental date in human history – a Polish scientist, Casimir Funk discovered the first vitamin, vitamin B1. But that date is underplayed in the history books while the date of the discovery of the first magic bullet miracle drug in 1928 penicillin, which is hallmarked as possibly the greatest advancement in modern medicine. True, penicillin reduced death
Resveratrol Inhibits Sight -Threatening New Blood Vessels at the Back of the Eyes Resveratrol does this while ALSO Promoting New Blood Vessels that Repair the Heart after a Heart Attack Threatening New Blood Vessels At the Back Of The Eyes While Simultaneously Promoting New Blood Vessels That Repair The Heart After A Heart Attack There is a clear dichotomy in the
When your eyes water from cutting an onion, when your tongue withdraws at the taste of cloves or nutmeg, when your nose is both repulsed and seduced by garlic odor, there is something very healthy going on. A confounding fact is that pungent molecules in spices and foods offer unrivaled health benefits. The most recently published science reports confirm this.
Baby-Aspirin, Statin Cholesterol Drugs Found to Have Null Effect on Heart Attacks and Heart Disease. In a short span of a few days, both baby aspirin and anti-cholesterol statin drugs, upon which modern medicine has relied for decades, were shown in human clinical studies to be of worthless value in preventing heart attacks and heart disease. The aspirin study, published
Some avid supplement users are getting into trouble by mega-dosing on polyphenols, hence the publication of this advisory for educational purposes. Longevinex® contains three potent polyphenols: resveratrol, quercetin and fisetin. The bulk of the scientific literature regarding polyphenols points to modest doses providing optimal health benefits. This is evidence of hormesis, that a small amount of a “toxin” can activate