Polyphenols, the nutrients you get from fruits, berries, veggies and greens, do so much to prevent disease and even reverse time.
What does that mean to reverse time?
We are not just speaking of what we used to think of anti-aging, the different supplements and foods we "try" to eat daily to maintain our looks and health.
What scientists are starting to discover is that certain foods, or the molecules within the foods, such as polyphenols, are even more magical than we have anticipated. They perform many functions in our body including reversal of diseased cells and rebuilding your whole organs and systems in the body!
The question is - do you give your body the right nutrients to rebuild healthy organs?
This 2021 scientific review by Meccariello & D’Angelo call polyphenols the "Elixir of Life" - and as we know, scientists rarely over emphasize something. Article
To prove their point, Meccariello & D’Angelo's review is long so we will summarize and go over some of the points in the next couple of articles to ease up the burden. For now, focus on the abstract below and we will continue to highlight certain parts of the magical elixir of polyphenols.
Suffice it to say - it has always been exciting for us to see that many of these foods and polyphenols are in the No 7 Systemic Booster, and with more research coming up, it is becoming a daily must have.
No 7 Systemic Booster: The New Longevity: 1 heaping tsp daily. To activate the Polyphenols, Supernatant and ORNs (for immune boosting), put a teaspoonful in your mouth and let it dissolve. Or mix it with water and slowly drink. It is so tasty!
Aging and, particularly, the onset of age-related diseases are associated with tissue dysfunction and macromolecular damage, some of which can be attributed to accumulation of oxidative damage. Recently, growing interest has emerged on the beneficial effects of plant-based diets for the prevention of chronic diseases including obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Several studies collectively suggests that the intake of polyphenols and their major food sources may exert beneficial effects on improving insulin resistance and related diabetes risk factors, such as inflammation and oxidative stress. They are the most abundant antioxidants in the diet, and their intake has been associated with a reduced aging in humans. Polyphenolic intake has been shown to be effective at ameliorating several age-related phenotypes, including oxidative stress, inflammation, impaired proteostasis, and cellular senescence, both in vitro and in vivo. In this paper, effects of these phytochemicals (either pure forms or polyphenolic-food) are reviewed and summarized according to affected cellular signaling pathways. Finally, the effectiveness of the anti-aging preventive action of nutritional interventions based on diets rich in polyphenolic food, such as the diets of the Blue zones, are discussed. Article
Meccariello, R., & D’Angelo, S. (2021). Impact of polyphenolic-food on longevity: an elixir of life. An overview. Antioxidants, 10(4), 507. Article
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Duan, H., Pan, J., Guo, M., Li, J., Yu, L., & Fan, L. (2022). Dietary strategies with anti-aging potential: dietary patterns and supplements. Food Research International, 111501. Abstract
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