Longevity Phyto Caps
A unique blend of clean, bioactive ingredients with anti-aging benefits
Longevity Phyto Caps
A unique blend of clean, bioactive ingredients with anti-aging benefits
For you, if you are interested in powerfully supporting your longevity at the cellular level
The potent formula of Longevity Phyto Caps can:
- Promote cellular longevity and function
- Encourage a healthy inflammatory response
- Aid to activate sirtuins – the longevity genes
- Facilitate autophagy and removal of senescent cells
- Support mitochondrial biogenesis and the actions of NAD+
- Provide antioxidant protection
- Help support the daily detoxification
- Offer fast absorption using a highly bioavailable delivery technology
Quicksilver Scientific’s proprietary blend contains curcuminoid complex, resveratrol, quercetin, and trans-pterostilbene, and each serving is delivered efficiently.
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Health benefits at a glance:
Cellular processes and tissues deteriorate, over time resulting in age-related health declines. This is a natural progression caused by biological aging.
Stress, poor diets, inactive lifestyles, and toxicity are a few of the things that impact how well we grow old. However, the health declines that typically occur during the biological aging process are not inevitable; there are many things you can do to age healthfully and hang on to your vibrance.
Quicksilver Scientific offers an anti-aging formula of researched phytonutrients specifically created to support healthy aging by promoting better cellular function, removal of damaged cells, and stimulation of longevity pathways.
The ingredients are delivered with a proven fast and efficient absorption. (1-3)
Why it works:
Research indicates that the biological aging process is adaptable through the modulation of several cellular processes. Two of the hallmarks of biological aging are declining sirtuin activity and cellular senescence, and they show to be compliant to modulation through nutrition, lifestyle, and supplement strategies. (4)
The unique Longevity Phyto Caps blend contains of phytonutrients such as turmeric oleoresin, turmeric oil, resveratrol, quercetin, and trans-pterostilbene.
Research shows that these ingredients may help activate sirtuins – the longevity genes that support DNA integrity and healthy cellular processes – and promote cellular longevity and function. (5-8)
They are also shown to help facilitate autophagy and the clearing of senescent cells – old cell parts and dysfunctional cells – as well as to support mitochondrial biogenesis and the actions of NAD+. (9-29)
Moreover, the formula may promote a healthy inflammatory response, encourage daily detoxification, and offer antioxidant support.
Curcumin, resveratrol, and quercetin are poorly absorbed when administered in traditional delivery formats, such as powders and capsules. However, self-emulsifying delivery systems (SEDS) have demonstrated the ability to improve the absorption of these phytonutrients and may enhance the beneficial impact of these compounds on biological aging and longevity. (1-3)
The science behind the product:
The proprietary blend in Quicksilver Scientific’s Longevity Phyto Caps contains:
- Curcuminoid complex
Turmeric oleoresin & turmeric oil
Turmeric oleoresin is an extract of Curcuma longa, the bright gold turmeric root, and it contains both curcumin and turmeric essential oil.
Curcumin has demonstrated potent sirtuin-activating properties in clinical research. It’s shown to enhance the expression of a sirtuin known as SIRT1, which relieves damage induced by beta-amyloid, a malformed protein involved in the pathogenesis of brain-related disease.
Moreover, curcumin is also shown to help inhibit inflammatory mediators released by senescent cells, such as NF-κB. (9-15)
The phytochemical resveratrol, a flavonoid found in grapes and grape products such as red wine, is a “superstar” for longevity. It’s a powerful antioxidant that supports healthy energy levels through NAD+ production and mitochondrial biogenesis.
The longevity genes sirtuins are activated in the presence of NAD+ and resveratrol. Sirtuins are cellular proteins that regulate numerous vital cellular functions including inflammation modulation, energy metabolism, neuronal function, stress resistance, and healthspan. (16-20)
Quercetin is found in various vegetables and fruits, including onions, capers, and apples. This versatile phytonutrient has been demonstrated to support several aspects of longevity. A powerful antioxidant, quercetin is shown to be a strong regulator of immune activity and AMPK activation, both important aspects of healthy aging.
Research shows that quercetin promotes energy via mitochondrial biogenesis and supports cellular health and integrity through autophagic and cellular senescent activity. (21-25)
Pterostilbene is one of the main phenolic compounds found in blueberries. This phytochemical is structurally similar to resveratrol but has some unique properties and benefits.
Pterostilbene has been demonstrated to support normal cellular growth, glutathione and superoxide dismutase status, and healthy inflammation.
Studies also indicate that it promotes DNA integrity and autophagy. There are two forms of Pterostilbene: cis and trans. Quicksilver Scientific’s formula uses trans-pterostilbene for its widely known bioavailability properties. (26-29)
- SEDS deliver technology
Self-emulsifying delivery systems (SEDS) represent a new frontier in nutraceutical delivery systems. SEDS are formulations of oils and surfactants that quickly dissolve in the stomach upon contact with gastric juices, creating emulsified nanoparticles that quickly diffuse across cellular membranes and enter the bloodstream.
SEDS delivery systems can help overcome significant bioavailability challenges, allowing powerful natural compounds to exert systemic benefits. (30-32, 1-3)
How to use:
Please take according to the dosage and use guidelines under supplement facts, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Serving size: 2 capsules
Servings per container: 30
|Amount per day (2 capsules):||%RI*|
|Proprietary Curcuminoid Complex Turmeric Oleoresin and Turmeric Oil (from Curcuma longa) (rhizomes) - Containing 20mg of Curcuminoids||150 mg||**|
|Proprietary Blend Quercetin Dihydrate (from Sophora japonica flower), Resveratrol (from Polygonum cuspidatum root), Trans Pterostilbene Extract, Mint Oils||170 mg||**|
*RI = EU reference intake **No RI available
Antioxidant (Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate)), medium chain triglycerides, capsule (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose), spearmint essential oil, turmeric essential oil from Curcuma longa rhizome extract, turmeric oleoresin from Curcuma longa rhizome extract, quercetin dihydrate from Sophora japonica flower extract, resveratrol from Polygonum cuspidatum root extract, trans pterostilbene extract, sunflower lecithins
Take 1 serving (2 capsules) with 240 ml of water. Best taken on an empty stomach. If pregnant or breestfeeding, consult your healthcare practitioner before use.
Store at room temperature, away from light.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed recommended daily dose. A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
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