I want to know about this new found March 2006 Longevinex alternative.
Longevinex shows on March 15, 2006 independant studies were done:
Product B shows a good comparison to Longevinex for actual active Trans Resveratrol:
But, yet on resveratrol news it shows the same:
One says Product B has a gelatin capsule and the other says vegetable capsule.
I'm trying to figure out what brand Product B is?
I'm guessing Nature's Way resveratrol since they have the most active garlic pill too called Garlicin. Nature’s Way resveratrol is 75mg each Vcap and are listing 50% standardized close to the 52% as Product B. I called Nature’s Way and they guaranteed at least what the product says if not more which is consistant with the 52% showing vs. the 50% showing on their label. I asked Nature’s Way if they perform the same tests on this supplement as they do on their Garlicin product and she confirmed they do. Further, confirming that it might be the Product B since Garlicin is the most active garlic supplement even confirmed by Longevinex creator Bill Sardi. KnowledgeofHealth.com being Bill Sardi’s website actually mentions in his website under Garlic that Nature’s Way Garlicin has the most activity. This would be rather ironic if Product B is Nature’s Way resveratrol being now his competitor with having started Longevinex.
I don't think it's Solaray listing 75mg like Nature's Way because old 2004 testing shows Solaray as having hardly any activity. But, Nature's Way is newer and wasn't out till after the 2004 Sinclair testing.
The 2004 Sinclair test listed the 13 competitor brand names, and this March 2006 test only says 5 other brands. Products A thru E. Listing Only dosages and tablet or capsule form for each are listed.
Longevinex’s own testing seems to show through Product B that resveratrol isn’t
such a fragile molecule. Longevinex always has maintained that mere light, oxygen, or
heat converts the active trans resveratrol to the non active cis resveratrol which cannot
activate the Sirtuin 1 DNA-repair/Longevity gene since Product B is a conventionally made capsule.
Anybody know for sure if Product B is Nature’s Way ? I plan on ordering a lot of this
Product B, once I found out??? Longevinex refuses to say writing them at: email@example.com
Bill Sardi being the President and creator of Longevinex takes it three times daily too. If product B is
Nature’s Way, I’ll take 6 Vcaps daily. 2 Vcaps every 8 hours either: 8am/4pm/Midnight or 9am/5pm/1am. One bottle would last only 10 days being great since the longer the bottle goes once opened can only be a disadvantage for freshness. There is a Journal showing resveratrol lasts up to 9 hours. Plus, I’d take one 1,200mg non-ge/non-gmo lecithin softgel and 1 to 2-500mg capsules of non-ge/non-gmo Quercetin like Jarrow with each dosing of resveratrol both supplement shown in journals to improve resveratrol absorption.
Based on this Product B showing. Longevinex needs to take things to a higher level like: Not having titanium dioxide gelatin caps, and upping the resveratrol to a guaranteed 100mg of trans resveratrol by increasing to say 120mg per capsule instead of the current 40mg. Healthy Origins brand does this with their 100mg Kaneka CoQ10 softgels making them 105mg intentionally reassuring the consumer it
has at least 100mg when you consume it. Just advising on their website and/or packaged supplement instruction to take lecithin and quercetin separately. Instead of Titanium using the chlorophyll Licap Vcaps Greenpower is using for European distribution of Longevinex under their own label which also avoid both the titanium and gelatin. Vegans won’t take gelatin, plus titanium dioxide is controversial in sunscreens and makeup and is in many brands of CoQ10 softgels except Jarrow Formulas and Natural Factors brands (both use safe and natural carob coating as a light barrier) that I know of little alone orally which might cause issues in the digestive tract before being removed by the kidneys. Some experts believe it is a less desireable in dietary supplements (since the premise is to improve health) therefore controversial substances should be avoided. Ivory bar soap doesn’t have titanium unlike most bar soaps. Even, aspirin has titanium except St. Joseph’s brand that I’m aware of. I’d never take any aspirin just shown as an example.
This link shows Titanium dioxide:
“The U.S. government's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) labels the chemical "a potential occupational carcinogen."
Longevinex might even consider a higher potency version. Giving a no less than 167mg of trans resveratrol per capsule. Making three daily a total of 500mg. There’s a study out that indicates
researchers are thinking a minimum of 500mg may be necessary against cancer.