SPERMIDINE FROM SOYBEAN EXTRACT
Spermidine is a naturally occurring compound associated with cell growth and repair. It is found in all living organisms – including the human body. With age, however, spermidine levels decrease. Good sources of spermidine are aged cheese, legumes, and whole grains but the spermidine content in those foods can vary.
To increase the daily consumption of spermidine, a supplement may offer an ideal solution. Instead of using wheat germ as a source of spermidine – which a lot of people are allergic to – we opted for a non-GMO soybean extract from Italy. This high-quality soybean extract is characterized by an extraordinarily high spermidine content. In fact, our product provides the highest amount of spermidine of all spermidine supplements on the market: 0.9 mg per capsule! Oftentimes the spermidine content is much lower or not even declared, which is usually a sign that the wheat germ extract or soybean extract is not standardized to spermidine.
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- Spermidine is closely linked to cell growth, the production of proteins and repair processes in the body.
- Spermidine levels in the body decrease with age.
GOOD TO KNOW
Spermidine is a polyamine compound that was first discovered in human semen in 1678.