More facts about Senolytic Activator
Cellular senescence is a natural part of the aging process in which cells no longer function optimally. Senescent cells can accumulate over time, affecting the day-to-day function of the healthy cells around them.
Senolytic compounds selectively target senescent cells.1 New research indicates that black tea theaflavins and quercetin target specific biological pathways, making it easier for the body to manage senescent cells.2-4
Theaflavins reduce senescent cell burden
Theaflavins are compounds derived from Camellia sinensis (tea plant). These compounds have widespread health benefits - supporting healthy cell division and healthy inflammatory response.5, 6
New research indicates that theaflavins may be especially helpful for reducing senescent cell burden. In pre-clinical models, theaflavins helped powerfully inhibit the accumulation of particular cell senescence biomarkers.2
Quercetin promotes cellular health and more
Quercetin supports endothelial and cardiovascular health, promotes healthy immune function, and more.7, 8 The value of quercetin has been recognized for some time. But its potential to meaningfully impact whole body rejuvenation is just starting to be uncovered through its senolytic activity. The discovery that quercetin is a senolytic compound has drawn significant attention to this unique approach to combat aging.4
Better absorption than standard types of quercetin
Standard quercetin is hard to absorb. But this formulation features our new quercetin phytosome, a phospholipid sphere that encases the quercetin, aiding in its absorption and making it up to 50 times more bioavailable. Manage senescent cells, promote healthy cellular function, and support overall longevity with Senolytic Activator.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.