Get this: There’s a nutrient with a delivery system so revolutionary, the government issued a patent for it (US Patent 6 04 5809).
Researchers have been working for over 40 years to find a way to get more of this antioxidant into your body. But until now, they couldn’t find one.
Why all the fuss?
This antioxidant has a link to how long you’ll live.
In aging studies, researchers discovered mammals that produce the highest levels have the longest lifespans. And when they genetically engineered fruit flies to have double the amount of this nutrient, the fruit flies lived twice as long.1,2
Its power to fight off free radicals is second to none. Compared to vitamin C, this nutrient is 3,500 times stronger.3
I’m talking about SOD (superoxide dismutase).
Known as your “master guardian,” SOD is made by your body. But levels drop off as you age, leading to a build-up of free radicals.4,5 And here’s something else: Levels of SOD vary by as much as 50% depending on the person.6
That may be why some people age quickly and why others live to a ripe old age without any problems.
So, why isn’t this front page news?
Up until now, there was no way to get it into your body. If you tried to take it like a supplement, it got destroyed in your stomach and G.I. tract.
Then one day, melon growers noticed that certain types of cantaloupe stayed ripe 3 to 4 times longer than the average fully-ripened melon. After a little digging, they realized this type of cantaloupe had much higher levels of SOD.
After years of experimenting, they combined SOD from a melon with a type of protein to make a form of SOD your body can use.
After wrapping this new SOD in a protective coating, they found it gets through your digestive tract without being damaged. And once it passes through, the SOD gets absorbed by your small intestine – with all its power intact.
The challenges of the past make this new form of SOD a real breakthrough.
SOD is so vital, production starts when you’re in the womb. In one study, genetically engineered mice whose bodies couldn’t make their own SOD died in just days from massive free radical damage.7
You see, antioxidants come from two places: your body and your diet.
The ones your body can make – like SOD – are your primary antioxidants and the most powerful.
Secondary antioxidants are the ones you get from your diet or supplements like vitamin E, vitamin C, etc.
In the past, I’ve told you about secondary antioxidants like vitamins E and C. They are important for good health, and I use them with my patients. But for the first time in medical history, we have a way to get your body to make more of its own SOD.
This is a remarkable achievement and very exciting news.
And you can get this new form of SOD right now.
It’s part of my antioxidant formula RES-3.
As I see it, you have two choices. You can get by without RES-3 and hope for the best. Or you can take RES-3 with the new form of SOD and keep the bold, vibrant energy that comes with it.
I say you take RES-3. And you can try it with no risk. You must feel the same effect I get, or you don’t pay a penny. You can’t lose.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
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2 Cutler RG. “Antioxidants and aging.” Am J Clin Nutr. 1991 Jan;53(1 Suppl):373S-9S.
3 Colman J. “Life Span-Increasing Effects of Super Oxide Dismutase (SOD).” LEM. Winter 2005/2006.
4 Kashiwagi K, et al. “The effects of reactive oxygen species on amphibian aging.” Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol. 2005 Feb;140(2):197-205.
5 Lishnevskaia VL. “The role of free radical oxidation in aging.” Adv Gerontol. 2004;13:52-7.
6 Ueda K, et al. “Levels of SOD in Japanese people.” Acta Med Okayama. 1978 Dec;(6):393-7.
7 Li, et al. “Cardiomyopathy and neonatal lethality in mutant mice lacking manganese superoxide dismutase,” Nature Genetics. 1995. 11:376-381.