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Spermidine Research

At Charava, we're keeping a close eye on emerging research in the field of healthy aging, including studies on spermidine. This naturally occurring polyamine found in wheat germ, soybeans, and some fruits has shown promise in extending lifespan in various organisms like yeast, worms, and even mice.

Research suggests spermidine may work by promoting autophagy, a cellular housekeeping process that removes damaged components. Additionally, studies indicate spermidine might offer benefits for cardiovascular health, cognitive function, and even insulin sensitivity. While human trials are ongoing, early results suggest a positive correlation between dietary spermidine intake and reduced risk of age-related diseases.

We continue to monitor these exciting developments as we explore the potential of spermidine for promoting healthy aging.

Below is a list of some of the interesting research and clinical trials on Spermidine. 
For more details, please refer to PubMed.