Most of the testing of ingredients in Longevinex has been conducted on animals. Many consumers have opened Longevinex capsules and added them to pet chow. Low doses are recommended.
Ingredients in Longevinex are all from plant sources except for natural vitamin D3, which is obtained from lanolin (sheep skin). Longevinex prefers not to use synthetic vitamin D2, which is less effective.
Longevinex contains no gluten, no soy, no GMO.
While relatively safe and side effects are uncommon, Longevinex is not totally without side effects. Longevinex should not be taken if anemic. Symptoms may include fatigue, leg cramps in bed at night, and frontal headaches. […]
The dose of resveratrol and total ingredients in Longevinex has been carefully calculated to mimic the effect of three to five glasses of dark red wine to produce an optimal biological effect for a 160-pound […]
Longevinex: Take 1 capsule per day. Advantage: Take 2 capsules per day. Take Longevinex or Advantage in the morning or the afternoon.
Yes, if Longevinex is ineffective, then your visual deterioration may progress. Longevinex is not a foolproof agent.
You take Longevinex to counter the accumulation of minerals that lead to aging. If you stop taking it as you usually would, you will no longer receive those benefits from its use.
Longevinex has been in business since 2004.