Protandim, Ceremedix, Lifeline

We've mentioned Lifeline Nutraceuticals and Ceremedix before in the context of their work to put out a new super-antioxidant supplement (now called protandim). I advocate waiting for independent studies before rushing out to buy it based on the marketing hype - there just hasn't been enough science done on this product to pass my comfort level. As Dave Gobel of the Methuselah Foundation notes: if protandim works, Ceremedix should enter some of their lab mice into the Methuselah Mouse prize and prove it. That goes for the rest of the "anti-aging" marketplace too - if you can't demonstrate an extension of healthy life span in mice, pack up your wares and go home!



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