• Users of Longevinex have different genetic makeup, dietary habits, medication use, and therefore their experience with Longevinex may differ. In some instances, undesirable side effects may be experienced. The following information may be helpful to […]

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  • While infrequent, both of these symptoms have been reported among users of resveratrol supplements. These symptoms may be indicators of anemia (iron shortage). It has been shown that women after childbirth are often anemic due […]

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  • It is obvious that postmenopausal bone loss is not caused by a lack of calcium but rather a decline in the production of estrogen, which sends a signal to hold calcium in bones.  Hormone replacement […]

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  • Are there any potential side effects from taking supra-high doses of resveratrol? Yes. First, resveratrol is a copper chelator and copper is needed for production of collagen. Users of very high-dose (~500-2500 mg) resveratrol now […]

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  • Avid followers of the developing story about longevity and resveratrol have been led to believe only very high doses of resveratrol mimic calorie restriction. This is untrue. While a mouse study did show the human […]

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  • Longevinex® users are begging for instruction as to the correct dosage for a 120-lb, 150-lb, 200-lb adult. The answer to the question of dosage is that there is a dosing dynamic. The dosage depends upon […]

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  • There are laboratory tests or scans which can provide a picture of the mineralization of the human body and may assist a person in determining their biological age. Ferritin is the iron storage protein in […]

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  • Mineral accumulation or removal can exert genome-wide effects upon a living organism. [BMC Genomics 19 (8): 379, 2007] Genes do not express proteins on their own but rather do this in response to biological stressors, […]

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  • Yes, in a molecular activation test, Longevinex® was found to activate the Sirtuin1 gene (Biomol, independent test). However, these types of tests may not be indicative of what is going on inside the body. Recently […]

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  • Longevinex is made in facilities deemed to meet Good Manufacturing Practices, as independently assessed by the National Sanitation Foundation. All incoming batches of raw materials are tested for heavy metals, pesticides, bacteria, mold, and for […]

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