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 your age, sex, and amount of iron and calcium that has accumulated, not upon the concentration of these molecules in tissues.

A 40-year old male will have four times the calcium and double the iron stored in his body compared to an equally-aged adult female. Maybe 200 milligrams of copper, 1500-5000 milligrams of iron, and many thousands of milligrams of hardened calcium have accumulated in a middle-aged male.

It behooves one to think of a higher loading dose, and a lower maintenance dose, to hasten along the removal of excess minerals. Maybe 2-3 capsules of Longevinex® per day for a time, and then 1 capsule per day thereafter. Start with one capsule per day, to make sure you aren’t on the anemic side. Then work your way up to higher doses.

Don’t fall for the misinformation provided by other purveyors of mega-dose resveratrol capsules, to take up to 7000 milligrams of resveratrol per day. The latest science shows modest doses mimic calorie restriction. Furthermore, you can genomically enhance the effect of plain resveratrol 9-fold by taking Longevinex® without having to over-dose.

About 3-5 glasses of red wine yield profound health benefits. Tea totalers don’t live as long as modest red wine drinkers. However, it needs to be said that this amount of alcohol will impair driving. A good aged bottle of dark red wine, like a malbec red from the Mendoza region of Argentina, will yield about 1 milligram of resveratrol and about 60 milligrams of red wine grape polyphenols (resveratrol, quercetin, gallic acid, catechin, kaempferol, ferulic acid) per 5-ounce glass, all which are iron chelators.

So 3-to-5 glasses would provide about 180-300 milligrams of these molecules per day. Longevinex® provides 250 milligrams of these molecules (100 mg of trans resveratrol, or about what is provided in 1000 glasses of the best red wine). It is the total amount of these molecules, not just resveratrol, that produces the health benefits.