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ResveraCel supports healthy aging in several ways.* Nicotinamide riboside (NR) supports the multiple functions of cellular mitochondria, helping to regulate cellular aging and providing positive support for metabolic syndrome.* Resveratrol mimics the effect of calorie restriction by activating the sirtuin group of proteins and has shown promise in clinical studies by attenuating the effects of age-related conditions.* Quercetin phytosome also enhances sirtuin activity â€œ research indicates that it slows the breakdown of resveratrol in the body.* Betaine provides premier support for methylation, a crucial body process that contributes to the health of the heart, blood vessels, brain, nervous system, and liver.*
ResveraCel contains nicotinamide riboside â€œ the most efficient direct precursor to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+).* The mitochondria cannot perform their crucial cellular function without a sufficient supply of NAD+. NR offers fundamental support for mitochondrial biogenesis, as well as multiple other mitochondrial activities â€œ from energy production to the regulation of metabolism and cellular aging.*
The resveratrol in ReservaCel is trans-resveratrol â€œ not a diluted plant extract found in many resveratrol products on the market. It increases activity of the sirtuins â€œ SIRT1 and SIRT3, in particular.* In one study, resveratrol was shown to be the most potent natural activator of the sirtuin proteins.*
The quercetin in Thorne's quercetin phytosome is bound to sunflower-sourced phospholipids for enhanced absorption.* Research shows that in addition to slowing resveratrol breakdown, quercetin phytosome acts as a potent antioxidant.*
Betaine, an important methyl donor, provides nutrient support for the condition known as fatty liver, and it also promotes the metabolism of homocysteine.* In addition to providing significant methylation support because it donates three methyl groups, betaine provides positive support for other metabolic functions associated with metabolic syndrome.*
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