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Spermidine is a powerful anti-aging molecule that helps your body slow down some of the most common effects of aging. More specifically, spermidine induces autophagy to replace your old, damaged cells with newer, healthier versions.

Cellular autophagy naturally (without supplementation), typically involves fasting for approximately 14 hours.

Our bodies produce roughly 66% of regular spermidine naturally, with the remaining 33% coming from the food that we eat and the nutrients that we consume. As we age, the capability to produce spermidine decreases, significantly slowing down the cellular autophagy process. Through supplementation, it’s now possible to increase exogenous/external intake of spermidine to reverse this effect.

Of the 9 physiological traits of aging, Spermidine has the natural capability to inhibit 6:

  • Stem Cell Exhaustion.
  • Loss of Proteostasis.
  • Mitochondrial Dysfunction.
  • Telomere Attrition.
  • Altered Extracellular Communication.
  • Epigenetic Alterations.

Spermidine supplementation renews cells and inhibits some complex internal issues - in practical terms, cellular renewal leads to many key benefits:

  • Memory/Cognition Support
  • Better Cardiovascular Health
  • Optimal Sleep Patterns
  • Enhanced Hair Growth
  • Improved Nail Health

Charava is dedicated to providing you with the nutritional supplements that you need to fulfil your healthy diet.

What foods contain high levels of Spermidine?

It is easy to see why many have adopted the Mediterranean diet as a lifestyle alternative - Spermidine can be found in fresh green pepper, wheat germ, cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms, and a variety of cheeses. There are even higher amounts of spermidine found in soybean products like natto, shiitake mushrooms, amaranth grain, and durian. 

However, relying solely on diet to achieve the necessary daily amount of spermidine intake is very difficult and probably not possible. Having a knowledge of the foods that are high in spermidine is a great starting place in your goal of achieving your much-needed daily spermidine intake.

So here is an example of some foods which contain spermidine (per kg):

  • Soybeans - Contain 207mg of spermidine
  • Green peas - Contain 46mg of spermidine
  • Mango - Contain 30g of spermidine
  • Cheddar (1yr old) - Contain 199mg of spermidine
  • Chicken liver - Contain 48mg of spermidine
  • Chickpea - Contain 29mg of spermidine
  • Broccoli - Contain 25mg of spermidine

Key Ingredients:
10mg of Spermidine Trihydrochloride.
Inactive ingredients: Hypromellose Capsules

How to Use:
Take 1 capsule daily, in the morning with or before meals, or as recommended by your medical doctor.

Package Contents:
30 Capsules (30 Servings)


R1 150,00Price
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