Master Formula
Longevity Foundation
Longevity Foundation
Longevity Foundation
Longevity Foundation
Longevity Foundation
Master Formula

Longevity Foundation

Welcome to the future of anti-aging. Devised by world-leading longevity experts, our foundational formula works around the clock to tackle aging at its roots, addressing all 12 known drivers of aging with precision. Our pioneering time-released AM/PM system, tailored to your body's natural rhythms, enables precision targeting, like having the guidance of a longevity clinician, 24/7. Formulated to modulate crucial longevity mechanisms like AMPK, mTOR, sirtuins signaling pathways, NAD+ levels, mitochondrial health, and cellular renewal, the combination helps support younger skin, a sharper mind, and a stronger body. With Longevity Foundation, you're challenging the very core of aging biology, with ingredients backed by 100+ studies.

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Longevity Foundation
AM - Niacin (as inositol hexanicotinate)
200 mg
AM - Pterostilbene
100 mg
AM - Quercetin (dihdyrate)
200 mg
AM - Calcium alpha-ketoglutarate (Ca-AKG)
1000 mg
AM - Fisetin
50 mg
AM - AstaZine® Astaxanthin (from Haematococcus pluvialis algae extract)
3.5 mg
PM - Zinc (zinc gluconate)
10 mg
PM - Spermidine (HCl)
2.5 mg
PM - Olive Leaf extract (min. 40% oleuropein)
650 mg
PM - Astragalus Root extract
100 mg
PM - Chondroitin Sulfate
700 mg
PM - Apigenin
50 mg

Two powerful formulas, one complete longevity regimen

The most advanced, targeted, anti-aging system to address all 12 hallmarks of aging, 24/7

Why it’s different

  • Targets All 12 Hallmarks Of Aging

    2-Part Formula with 24/7 Precision

    Longevity Foundation revolutionizes anti-aging by meticulously targeting all ‘12 hallmarks of aging’ (1, 2). Unveiled over the past decade, these 12 processes (commonly known as ‘aging’), impacting molecular, cellular, and systemic levels, is the primary risk factor for most chronic diseases. Our formula transcends traditional approaches, addressing the intricate web of aging - from chronic inflammation to cellular energy dysfunction, and DNA damage to the proliferation of senescent ‘zombie’ cells (3). Each hallmark interconnects, impacting molecules, cells, and your overall bodily health. The Longevity Foundation's dual AM/PM regimen is expertly engineered to work synergistically, offering full-spectrum, 24/7 support against these fundamental drivers of aging.

    Unlike 'all-in-one' strategies that don’t align with your body’s internal timing—such as by taking energizing ingredients when it’s time to rest or prompting repair mechanisms when your body is in an active mode, our AM and PM formulations work synergistically with your body's day-night cycle. The AM formula helps keep you sharp and energized during the day while providing protection from sun exposure in your skin. The PM formula helps enhance whole-body regenerative mechanisms that are most active while you sleep.

    Can you take the AM/PM dose together if you’re busy? Of course, taking both doses together is perfectly fine. Whether you take them separately or together, you're still providing your body with essential support against the drivers of aging.

  • Younger Skin From Within

    Foundational Dermal Longevity

    Your skin, the body's largest organ, is crucial in defending against environmental stressors that accelerate aging. It’s also the site of the body’s largest building of senescent cells that don’t just age your skin, but your whole body. The AM formula is designed to bolster daytime anti-aging & defense mechanisms. Niacin improves blood circulation and lipid profiles, which can enhance skin health by delivering essential oxygen, nutrients, and antioxidants to skin cells while removing waste. Niacin also aids energy production by contributing to increased NAD+ levels, and improves skin barrier function, supporting moisture retention and elasticity. As powerful antioxidants, pterostilbene and fisetin can help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, which can accelerate skin aging (11, 16). Quercetin has been found to protect the skin from the effects of photoaging caused by exposure to the sun’s dangerous UVB radiation (17).

    At night, the PM formula is hard at work bolstering and rejuvenating your skin. Astaxanthin, often described as an 'internal sunscreen,' builds up in skin over time, acting as a powerful UVB absorber, reduces DNA damage, and is a natural anti-inflammatory, effectively preventing wrinkles, dry skin, age spots, and hyperpigmentation. Studies show that astaxanthin can start improving skin health visibly within just two weeks, reversing signs of premature aging and enhancing your body’s defenses against sun exposure (12, 18, 19). Zinc and olive leaf extract help support overnight wound healing, reduce skin inflammation, and are deeply involved in collagen synthesis (20-23), while apigenin has shown potential to protect skin from oxidative stress, reduce inflammation, inhibit the activity of enzymes involved in skin aging, and promote collagen synthesis, an essential component for skin elasticity and firmness (24, 25).

    Spermidine plays a crucial role by promoting autophagy, which aids in the elimination of senescent cells in the skin that contribute to aging and skin deterioration. This process reduces the accumulation of damaged cells, thereby enhancing skin rejuvenation and potentially delaying signs of aging (13, 26, 27).

  • Multi-Modal Cellular Clean-up

    Stimulates Autophogy, activates AMPK, mTOR, and SIRT1

    Autophagy is a natural process where cells break down and recycle old parts, removing damaged proteins and organelles and aiding in cellular repair. Often modulated via AMPK/mTOR pathway, it’s one of the most powerful age-reversal mechanisms your body can employ, and can be induced through lifestyle hacks such as cold plunges, intermittent fasting, and high intensity exercise.

    Longevity Foundation makes it easier, by having a round-the-clock cellular clean-up crew tirelessly working to enhance autophagy for your longevity. The powerful 2-part system employs critical autophagy-promoting compounds, to revitalize your cells day and night. These Longevity Foundation compounds mimic calorie restriction, due to activation of the same signaling pathways, such as AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK), the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway, and the silent information regulator 1 (SIRT1) pathway, leading to increased autophagy and improved cellular function. By emulating these effects, Longevity Foundation is like 'calorie restriction in a bottle', offering a convenient, supplement-based approach to achieve the benefits of calorie restriction without the need to significantly alter dietary intake.

    During the day, quercetin from AM formula activates the AMPK/mTOR pathway, SIRT1 pathway, and the extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) pathway. Quercetin's ability to modulate these pathways can stimulate autophagy and enhance cellular clearance (28, 29). Pterostilbene has also been reported to induce autophagy by activating the AMPK pathway and inhibiting the mTOR pathway(30).

    At night, olive leaf extract, fisetin, and spermidine deepen the work. Olive leaf extract has been shown to activate the AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) pathway, leading to the induction of autophagy, and modulating the sirtuin pathway, particularly SIRT1 - making it clear why high-polyphenol, olive-oil rich Mediterranean diets are associated with remarkable longevity (31). Olive leaf extract and spermidine have both been shown to induce autophagy by activating the AMPK pathway and inhibiting the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway, both involved in longevity (26, 31). Spermidine inhibits the enzyme EP300, leading to reduced histone acetylation and thus activating autophagy-related genes (27, 32). It can also promote autophagosome formation, which engulfs damaged proteins or organelles, fuses with lysosomes to form autolysosomes, to be broken down and recycled, inhibiting autophagy-disrupting enzymes (26, 27, 33).

  • Enhanced Cognition

    With Sharp Days, and Calm Nights

    Ever struggled with foggy mornings or restless nights? Longevity Foundation provides a finely balanced day and night formula to boost mental performance and support cognitive longevity on the deepest levels. Your AM dose starts with the energy-boosting power of quercetin, which increases cellular energy expenditure by enhancing oxygen consumption in your muscles giving you a whole-body performance boost (34). Niacin is a powerful nutrient to help maintain your mental sharpness (35, 36). It is a key component of coenzymes NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) and NADP (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate), which are essential for energy metabolism in the brain. As an energy-intensive organ, the brain heavily relies on these coenzymes for its energy needs and proper functioning (35, 37). In fact, brain fog and even psychiatric symptoms are associated with niacin deficiency. Population studies show that people who get higher levels of niacin in their diet have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease (38). As your day unwinds, astaxanthin in your PM dose shields your brain from age-related damage by boosting neurotrophic factor levels, reducing oxidative harm to lipids, proteins, and DNA, and safeguarding mitochondrial function (39). Spermidine promotes cellular renewal and autophagy, which have been linked to improved brain function and possibly slowed cognitive decline (40). Olive leaf extract enhances blood flow to the brain, reducing oxidative stress and inflammation, which are key factors in cognitive decline (15, 41). And to ease you into a restful sleep, apigenin helps with science-backed calming effects and sleep-enhancing properties (14, 42).

  • Synergistically Boost NAD+

    Move over, NMN

    NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is an essential coenzyme involved in cellular health and energy metabolism. It aids in DNA repair and supports the activity of "longevity proteins" called sirtuins. As NAD+ levels decrease with age, it can affect these critical processes, potentially leading to signs of aging and age-related diseases. By supporting NAD+ levels, Longevity Foundation promotes health and slow aging-related changes (75-77). Niacin is a well studied precursor to NAD+, and unlike other NAD+ boosters like NMN or NR, Niacin has been thoroughly studied in human trials for decades, and has been shown to cure NAD deficiencies in humans (37, 57). When ingested, niacin can be converted into NAD+ in the body, helping maintain or increase NAD+ levels. This is one of the ways niacin may promote cellular health and, by extension, potentially contribute to longevity (57, 78-80).

    But Longevity Foundation does not stop supporting NAD+ levels with Niacin alone.

    Apigenin provides powerful NAD+ synergy. It has been shown to modulate the activity of certain enzymes (particularly CD38) involved in NAD+ metabolism, such as nicotinamide phosphoribosyltransferase (NAMPT), which is responsible for the conversion of nicotinamide to nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), a precursor of NAD+. By affecting NAMPT activity, apigenin may potentially influence NAD+ levels. Some studies have suggested that apigenin can increase NAD+ levels and activate the NAD+-dependent protein deacetylase sirtuin 1 (SIRT1), which is involved in various cellular processes related to aging and longevity. Activation of SIRT1 by apigenin could potentially impact cellular metabolism, DNA repair, and other NAD+-dependent pathways (82, 83).

    Finally, Pterostilbene is a sirtuin activator, and sirtuins are a family of proteins that rely on NAD+ to function. While pterostilbene does not directly increase NAD+ levels, activating sirtuins may enhance the cellular processes that NAD+ is involved in, potentially contributing to benefits related to health and longevity (81).

  • Strengthen Muscles, Nourish Joints

    Because Movement Keeps You Young

    Our Longevity Foundation formula provides round-the-clock support for your muscular and skeletal health. During the day, you can leverage the benefits of alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG), a supplement renowned in the bodybuilding world that also exhibits remarkable life-extension properties. It is a key component of the Krebs cycle, and is known to promote muscle protein synthesis, contributing to the maintenance and growth of muscle mass (56). Niacin, or vitamin B3, plays a pivotal role in energy production and metabolism, essential for maintaining muscle function and health (57). As night falls, zinc is fundamental for numerous biological processes, including protein synthesis and cell division, processes vital for muscle tissue repair and growth (58). Oleuropein found in olive leaf extract is an activator of protein called Mitochondrial Calcium Uniporter (MCUR1), enhancing mitochondrial respiration and energy metabolism. This boosts endurance and reduces fatigue in muscles/The effectiveness of oleuropein is linked to its action on the mitochondrial calcium uptake mechanism, suggesting its potential as a therapeutic nutrient for improving muscle health and performance in aging (59).

    Chondroitin sulfate is well known for its benefits to joint health; it provides the necessary components for the body to produce new cartilage, contributing to overall joint health and function, and it also has anti-inflammatory properties (60). Lastly, astragalus root extract, traditionally used in various health conditions, including arthritis, is believed to possess anti-inflammatory effects that could benefit joint health, particularly in reducing inflammation associated with various joint disorders (61). With Longevity Foundation, muscle and joint support does not skip a beat—even as you sleep.

  • Improved Cellular Energy & Vitality

    Mitochondria Fuel & Metabolic Flexibility

    Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AKG), spermidine, and astaxanthin in Longevity Foundation are dynamic nutrients that feed your mitochondria and enhance your metabolic flexibility.

    Metabolic flexibility refers to the body's ability to efficiently switch between burning different types of fuel, primarily carbohydrates and fats, based on availability and energy demand. Metabolic flexibility helps you skip meals without getting grumpy and eat high carbs without feeling bloated. This adaptability is crucial for maintaining energy balance, optimal physical performance, and overall metabolic health. Good metabolic flexibility helps manage blood sugar levels, reduce the risk of metabolic disorders like diabetes, and support effective weight management (62, 63). AKG, at the heart of the Krebs cycle, fuels mitochondrial energy production, boosting the mitochondria's ability to convert nutrients into energy efficiently. This process feeds the mitochondria and fortifies their resilience against oxidative stress (64, 65). Spermidine plays a pivotal role in mitochondrial quality control through mitophagy, ensuring the clearance of underperforming mitochondria and reinforcing their overall health and efficiency (66, 67). Research suggests that oleuropein may help improve insulin sensitivity and regulate blood sugar levels, which is beneficial for managing conditions like diabetes. Additionally, it has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which can contribute to overall metabolic health by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation in the body (68-70). Finally, astaxanthin, with its potent antioxidant properties, acts as a guardian for mitochondria, shielding them from oxidative damage and contributing to their optimal functioning (71, 72).

  • Shield Cells From Oxidative Stress

    Defy reactive oxygen species (ROS)

    Oxidative stress is an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and the ability of the body to neutralize their harmful effects through antioxidants. Reactive oxygen species are totally natural byproducts of metabolic processes that occur in the body (4, 5).

    Oxidative stress is considered detrimental to longevity because it contributes to the damaging of cellular components, including DNA, leading to a decline in cellular function, an increased susceptibility to age-related diseases, and accelerated aging. Therefore, managing oxidative stress and maintaining a balance between ROS production and antioxidant defense is important for promoting longevity and overall health (6, 7).

    Longevity Foundation contains carefully selected antioxidants across both AM and PM doses. The AM dose is engineered with pterostilbene (8), quercetin (9), alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG) (10), and fisetin (11), while the PM dose incorporates astaxanthin, renowned for its extraordinary potency, being 65 times more powerful than vitamin C and 54 times stronger than beta-carotene in combating free radicals (12), spermidine (13), apigenin (14) and olive leaf extract (15). Together, they neutralize free radicals and provide potent oxidative protection to your cells. Consider this your personal shield against aging all day long.

  • Fortify Immunity, Target 'Inflammaging'

    A newly adopted Hallmark of aging

    Aging and related diseases often share a common denominator: persistent, non-infection-related inflammation, aptly termed 'inflammaging'. This detrimental process stems from a dysregulated immune system as we age. Our Longevity Foundation formula is designed to counter this, packing multiple compounds with potent anti-inflammatory properties. Pterostilbene, a compound closely related to (but more bioavailable than) resveratrol, has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities and is capable of modulating molecular pathways implicated in inflammation and oxidative stress and combating inflammaging (8, 73, 74).

    Quercetin as well as olive leaf extract exhibits strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Its effects include inhibiting the production and activity of pro-inflammatory molecules, suggesting a significant role in ameliorating inflammaging (9, 68). Lastly, spermidine, a naturally occurring polyamine, is a promising agent against inflammaging due to its role in inducing autophagy, a cellular process implicated in regulating inflammation and the potential to suppress pro-inflammatory signaling pathways (26). All of them team up to stabilize cells that release inflammation-triggering histamine. The result? A fortified immune system and a strong front line against 'inflammaging'.

  • Supports Telomerase Activity

    Protecting Shortened Telomeres, A Hallmark of Aging

    Longevity Foundation is crafted to target telomere health, crucial in slowing cellular aging and one of the original hallmarks of aging. Telomeres, the protective caps at the ends of chromosomes, naturally shorten over time, leading to cellular aging. Shorter telomeres are associated with decreased longevity (43-45). Longevity Foundation features a strategic blend of ingredients chosen for their impact on telomere health. Astragalus root extract, a key component of our formula, is celebrated for its ability to stimulate telomerase activity. Telomerase is an enzyme that adds sequences to the ends of telomeres, potentially extending their length and combating the natural progression of cellular aging. This process is crucial as it directly counters the shortening of telomeres, promoting healthier and more resilient cells, essential for longevity(46). Complementing this, spermidine, another integral ingredient, aids in reducing telomere erosion, particularly in vital organs. By supporting the body's natural autophagy processes and protecting against oxidative stress, spermidine effectively removes damaged cellular components, helping maintain telomere integrity and enhance overall cellular vitality (47). This synergistic blend in Longevity Foundation offers a comprehensive approach to maintaining telomere length, a key to longevity and robust cellular health.

  • Improved Gut Microbiome Balance

    A newly adopted Hallmark of aging

    Imbalances in the gut microbiome, known as gut dysbiosis, can trigger low levels of essential substances necessary for healthy digestion and basic nutrient absorption. As of 2023, such imbalances are now classified as core drivers of aging (48). Longevity Foundation helps manage this thanks to niacin, quercetin, zinc, and astragalus root extract.

    Niacin, or vitamin B3, can help with dysbiosis, as certain gut bacteria can synthesize B vitamins, including niacin. When these bacteria have access to ample niacin, they can effectively carry out their metabolic functions and grow instead of focusing on vitamin synthesis, which promotes their population growth This can potentially counter dysbiosis. Niacin also has anti-inflammatory properties, which are beneficial in conditions of gut dysbiosis that are often associated with inflammation. Furthermore, niacin may help maintain the integrity of the gut barrier by increasing mucus production in the gut, preventing the adherence and invasion of pathogenic bacteria (49, 50).

    Quercetin is believed to have prebiotic effects, meaning it can serve as a nutrient source for specific beneficial bacteria, allowing them to proliferate and potentially counteract dysbiosis by enhancing their population. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties helping reduce inflammation often associated with gut dysbiosis. By reducing inflammation, quercetin can help maintain the integrity of the gut barrier, which is typically compromised in dysbiosis (51, 52). Spermidine helps in decreasing intestinal inflammation through several mechanisms. It encourages the development of anti-inflammatory macrophages, supports the maintenance of a balanced gut microbiome, and aids in preserving the integrity of the epithelial barrier (53).

    Finally, polysaccharides from astragalus root extract also have prebiotic function. Additionally, they may interact with the gut-associated lymphoid tissue, the largest immune organ in the body, to enhance immune responses. This can help maintain a healthy balance of gut microbiota and prevent the overgrowth of harmful bacteria (54, 55).

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  • AM - Niacin

    Niacin, essential for energy production, DNA repair, and skin health, plays a vital role in cellular metabolism and longevity. It’s a well studied precursor to NAD+, a coenzyme essential for cellular processes. NAD+ declines with age. Unlike popular NAD+ boosters (NMN or NR), Niacin has been thoroughly studied in human trials for decades, and has been shown to cure NAD+ deficiencies in humans. It's also linked to heart health by lowering cholesterol, and to brain health by generating key brain chemicals. Our formula is engineered with a "no flush niacin" (inositol hexanicotinate), which provides niacin's benefits without the common flushing reaction, ensuring a steady conversion in the body to niacin and inositol (57, 79, 84, 85).
  • AM - Pterostilbene

    Pterostilbene, a naturally occurring compound found in blueberries and grapes, is known for its potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and repair properties. It can also activate sirtuins, a family of proteins that help maintain the epigenome, and play a vital role in maintaining cellular health and extending lifespan, earning them the moniker "longevity genes". Pterostilbene is a cousin of ‘resveratrol’, which although popularly marketed, has unfortunately been found to be poorly-absorbable by humans, making pterostilbene (found to be bioavailable in humans) the superior choice. Additionally, some research suggests pterostilbene may aid in blood sugar control, crucial to healthy longevity (8, 16, 30, 73, 74). You would need to eat over 1 kg of blueberries to get a comparable amount of pterostilbene in Longevity Foundation.
  • AM - Quercetin

    Quercetin is a flavonoid with potent antioxidant properties found in various fruits and vegetables. It's known for its ability to scavenge free radicals, mitigating oxidative stress. Quercetin exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, helping to calm chronic inflammation - a Hallmark of Aging. Quercetin is considered a senolytic, which means it can clear senescent cells - another Hallmark of Aging - the zombie or damaged cells that no longer divide but contribute to inflammation and age-related diseases (9, 17, 28, 29, 87). Apples, onions, berries, capers, and leafy greens are particularly high in quercetin, but to reach 200 mg of quercetin in Longevity Foundation, you would need roughly 15 apples in a day.
  • AM - Calcium Alpha-Ketoglutarate

    Calcium Alpha-Ketoglutarate (Ca-AKG), plays an integral role in the body's metabolic processes, particularly the Krebs cycle, involved in energy production and nutrient metabolism. Ca-AKG reduces inflammation and supports cellular health, both key elements in promoting longevity. It may aid in removing senescent “zombie” cells that accumulate with age and can contribute to various aging-related diseases (89, 90). Alpha-ketoglutarate was shown to reduce biological age by 8.44 years for men and 6.98 years for women when measured by the TruAge DNA methylation test after an average of 7 months of use (91). AKG significantly extends the lifespan of C. elegans nematode be even 50% through inhibition of ATP synthase and TOR signaling (92).
  • AM - Fisetin

    Fisetin is a flavonoid polyphenol found in various fruits and vegetables. Fisetin is recognized for its potent antioxidant properties that help neutralize harmful free radicals and reduce oxidative stress, contributing to aging. Additionally, fisetin has senolytic properties, meaning it can selectively target and remove senescent or "zombie" cells. Thus, fisetin can potentially support longevity through its dual action of antioxidant and senolytic activity (11, 93-96). Fisetin may also mimic caloric restriction thanks to its sirtuin activation ability, and delays aging in fruit flies by 23% (97). To reach 50 mg of fisetin included in Longevity Foundation, you would have to consume 8.3 pounds of strawberries.
  • AM - Astaxanthin

    Astaxanthin, a naturally occuring carotenoid, is a red-pink pigment found in marine organisms like salmon, krill (and even flamingos!). Known as the queen of antioxidants, its power is up to 800x more potent than Co-Q10 or 6000x more powerful than Vitamin C, helping it combat oxidative damage, shielding age-accelerating damage at a cellular level. Astaxanthin contributes to cardiovascular health by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress in blood vessels, potentially protecting against neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases by decreasing inflammation and oxidative damage in the brain. It is also beneficial for skin health, demonstrating a capacity to shield skin from UV light damage, minimizing wrinkles, and enhancing skin elasticity (12, 39, 101-103). Our Astaxanthin is sourced from Algae (which is where Salmon get it too).
  • PM - Spermidine

    Spermidine, a natural polyamine, has garnered significant interest for its potential impact on longevity and overall health. It promotes cellular renewal, supporting skin youthfulness through autophagy and brain health by removing damaged cell components, aiding cognitive function and possibly preventing age-related decline. Spermidine also maintains gut microbiome balance and intestinal health. Additionally, it offers cardiovascular benefits, potentially reducing heart disease risk by improving heart cellular health. Its role in longevity is linked to enhanced mitochondrial function and cellular metabolism, vital in aging (13, 26, 27, 32, 67, 98, 99).
  • PM - Zinc

    Zinc, vital for cellular metabolism, influences over 300 enzymes and 2,000 gene-controlling transcription factors. Essential for immune response, protein synthesis, wound healing, and DNA synthesis, it bolsters immunity, reduces inflammation, and enhances antioxidant activity, promoting longevity. Zinc deficiency can cause growth issues, weak immunity, skin disorders, and cognitive problems, highlighting its necessity for health (20, 21, 36, 105-107). Research indicates zinc may aid sleep regulation, making it part of our PM formula (108, 109). The zinc dose in Longevity Foundation is equivalent to about 1 kg of cooked chicken.
  • PM - Oleuropein Polyphenol (via Olive Leaf Extract)

    Oleuropein (via Olive Leaf Extract), the main polyphenol found in extra virgin olive oil, mirrors one of the key benefits central to the Mediterranean diet. Oleuropein stimulates autophagy via the powerful AMPK/mTOR signaling pathway, the body's process of clearing out damaged cells, which can lead to better cellular health and longevity, as well as fights inflammation linked to age-related diseases, and may boost cognition and memory, protecting against cognitive decline (31, 41, 68, 111). This phenolic compound has powerful antioxidants, reducing oxidative stress, a major aging factor, and aiding in diminishing skin aging signs. It supports muscle health, metabolic disease protection, and is renowned in lowering blood pressure, showcasing cardioprotective and neuroprotective properties. Oleuropein lessens oxidative brain damage, counters Alzheimer's-related protein aggregation, and inhibits growth factors overexpressed in certain breast cancers (59, 69, 70, 110). A ‘High polyphenol’ olive oil is considered to have at least 250 mg of polyphenols per kilogram of olive oil - you would need to consume at least 2 kilograms of olive oil to receive the equivalent serving of Oleuropein in a single dose of Longevity Foundation.
  • PM - Astragalus

    Astragalus root extract, used in traditional Chinese medicine, is known for boosting immunity and potentially slowing aging at a cellular level. Its active components, astragalosides and polysaccharides, have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Studies indicate astragalus may protect telomeres, chromosome ends that degrade over time - a Hallmark of Aging - thereby influencing longevity (46, 112-114). Since immune response varies by time, its inclusion in our PM formula optimizes its effects. Astragalus also affects DAF-15/FOXO transcription factors in C.elegans, extending its lifespan by over 23% (115), highlighting its impact on longevity.
  • PM - Chondroitin

    Chondroitin sulfate, naturally in body cartilage, is recognized for its potential benefits in managing osteoarthritis symptoms. It enhances cartilage elasticity and resistance to compression, reducing joint pain and improving function. While its direct impact on longevity is subtle, promoting joint health and mobility contributes to optimized physical performance over time. In vitro studies indicate it may also reduce inflammation. Chondroitin sulfate is not typically found in significant amounts in the standard diet, and is primarily extracted for use in supplements (116-120).
  • PM - Apigenin

    Apigenin, a flavonoid commonly found in plants and herbs, possesses antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer qualities. It promotes cellular homeostasis, crucial for cell health and function, countering stressors like inflammation and oxidative damage. Apigenin modulates cellular senescence and autophagy, key aging-related processes, and is involved in NAD+ metabolism, highlighting its role in maintaining cellular vitality (14, 24, 42, 121).

How to use

Healthy adults should take two (2) Longevity Foundation AM tablets daily in the morning, and two (2) Longevity Foundation PM tablets nightly before bed, with or without food. For improved absorption and metabolism, ensure adequate water intake. This product is formulated based on chronobiology principles to support your body's natural physiological rhythms in the morning and is designed to work synergistically with your PM serving. However, if preferred, you can take both AM and PM servings together at any time of the day without compromising the benefits.

+ behavioral protocol

Longevity Foundation is not a replacement for healthy lifestyle choices like diet, exercise, and sleep. That's precisely why Jung's Total Longevity System™ allows you to amplify the effectiveness of longevity molecules with precision-engineered lifestyle boosters. Combine Longevity Foundation with a lifestyle booster for optimal effect.

+ Warning

Not recommended for children, pregnant or nursing women, or individuals taking immune-suppressing drugs, warfarin, and certain other medications. People with immune system diseases, peptic ulcer disease, liver or kidney disease, hypertension, low blood calcium levels, low blood pressure, parathyroid disorders, or those allergic or hypersensitive to any component of the formulas should avoid use.

Age is the single largest risk factor for an enormous number of diseases. So, if you can essentially postpone aging, then you can have beneficial effects on a whole wide range of disease.

Dr. Cynthia Kenyon, molecular biologist and pioneer in aging research

Scientific studiеs

  • Niacin is a precursor for the coenzyme NAD+.

    By examining various studies and reports on the topic, it is evident that nicotinamide, the amide form of niacin, plays a crucial role in cell survival and longevity. Obtaining an adequate amount of vitamin B3 enhances the ability of nicotinamide to maintain cellular integrity and reduce inflammation. This process is achieved by influencing several cellular targets, such as mitochondrial membrane potential, poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP), protein kinase B (Akt), caspases, and microglial activation (122).

  • Fisetin is a senotherapeutic that might extend health and lifespan

    The study found that fisetin, a flavonoid present in many fruits and vegetables, is highly effective in combating cellular aging. Fisetin was the most potent among various flavonoids tested for eliminating senescent cells, which are cells that cease to divide and contribute to aging and age-related diseases. When administered to mice, both in models of accelerated aging and in normal aged mice, fisetin significantly reduced markers of cellular aging in various tissues and was effective with both short-term and intermittent treatments. Notably, fisetin's use in normal, aged mice led to improved tissue health, reduced age-related pathologies, and importantly, extended their overall lifespan, highlighting its potential as a therapeutic agent for aging and associated diseases​ (95)

  • Pterostilbene has become an attractive drug candidate for treating several disease conditions.

    Pterostilbene (PTS) has gained attention for its therapeutic potential in various diseases due to its improved absorption and stability compared to resveratrol. PTS shows promise in addressing conditions such as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative disorders, and aging. This review highlights the nutraceutical potential of PTS and explores its mechanisms of action, focusing on its Nrf2-mediated effect in diabetes. It also discusses the sources of PTS, its pharmacokinetics, different formulations and administration routes used in studies and clinical trials, and strategies to enhance its availability and accessibility (73).

  • Induction of autophagy by spermidine promotes longevity

    Spermidine, a natural polyamine found to decline with age, has emerged as a significant factor in promoting longevity. This groundbreaking study reveals that spermidine supplementation remarkably extends the lifespan of yeast, flies, worms, and even human immune cells. Moreover, it offers potent protection against oxidative stress in aging mice. The key to spermidine's efficacy lies in its ability to induce epigenetic changes, particularly the deacetylation of histone H3. This process, driven by the inhibition of histone acetyltransferases (HAT), leads to reduced oxidative stress and necrosis in aging yeast. On the flip side, reduced levels of endogenous polyamines correlate with increased acetylation, reactive oxygen species production, early necrotic death, and a shortened lifespan. Spermidine's impact extends to upregulating autophagy-related transcripts, thereby triggering autophagy in various organisms and human cells. This enhanced autophagy is essential for spermidine's role in suppressing necrosis and boosting longevity, underscoring its potential as a powerful anti-aging intervention (22).

  • Quercetin causes apoptosis in the A-549 lung cancer cell lines.

    This study investigates the anticancer effects of quercetin (QC) on the A-549 human lung cancer cell line. Researchers observed that QC notably inhibited cell growth in a dose-dependent manner and induced apoptosis, an effect that was even more pronounced with increased treatment duration. When examining the molecular mechanisms involved, the study found that QC treatment led to decreased expression of the anti-apoptotic gene bcl-2 and increased expression of the pro-apoptotic gene bax. These effects were also confirmed in vivo, using A-549 cell xenografts in mice, showing tumor growth inhibition and induction of apoptosis. Thus, the study concludes that QC's anticancer effects on A-549 cells may be attributed to its ability to regulate key genes involved in apoptosis (123).

  • Higher spermidine intake is linked to lower mortality

    The study investigated the relationship between dietary spermidine intake and mortality in humans. It involved 829 participants aged 45–84 years and used repeated, dietitian-administered food-frequency questionnaires over a period from 1995 to 2015. The results showed that all-cause mortality decreased with increasing spermidine intake. For instance, mortality rates per 1000 person-years were lower in groups with higher spermidine intake, corresponding to a reduced cumulative mortality incidence over 20 years. The hazard ratio (HR) for all-cause death per one standard deviation higher spermidine intake was significantly lower, suggesting a reduced risk of death with higher intake. This association was consistent across different subgroups and was also validated in a separate study. The study concluded that a diet rich in spermidine is linked to increased survival, with the mortality risk reduction between the highest and lowest spermidine intake groups comparable to being younger by approximately 5.7 years. This supports the idea that spermidine-rich nutrition can contribute to increased human longevity (98)

  • Alpha-ketoglutarate may extend human healthspan.

    Alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG) is an intermediate in the Krebs cycle with diverse metabolic and cellular functions. It acts as an antioxidant, influencing nitrogen and ammonia balance and impacting epigenetic and immune regulation. These multifaceted properties suggest that AKG may potentially enhance human healthspan. Recent studies in worms and mice support this hypothesis. This review will focus on the regulatory role of AKG in aging and its potential as a treatment for age-related diseases (89).

  • Astaxanthin can modulate Nrf2, FOXO3, Sirt1, and Klotho proteins linked to longevity.

    Astaxanthin (ASX) is a natural compound that shows promising geroprotective properties. Its polyene chain allows it to scavenge free radicals in cell membranes and control oxidation. ASX has also been found to modulate various cellular mechanisms related to longevity, including the FOXO3 gene, a crucial regulator of cell function and longevity. ASX has shown neuroprotective effects, particularly in aging and neurodegenerative models, by increasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor levels, reducing oxidative damage, and preserving mitochondrial function. ASX can also influence proteins such as Nrf2, Sirt1, and Klotho associated with longevity. These findings suggest that ASX may have the potential as a geroneuroprotector (39).

  • Supplementation with olive leaf extract ameliorates age-related vascular and metabolic changes in Wistar rats.

    This study analysed the impact of olive leaf extract (OLE), rich in secoiridoids and phenolic compounds, on aging-induced metabolic and vascular alterations in rats. The supplementation with OLE in aged rats showed a prevention of loss in body weight and muscle mass, and a reduction in the weight of adrenal glands. In terms of serum changes, OLE effectively lowered LDL-cholesterol and IL-6 levels, while increasing leptin and adiponectin concentrations. In the liver, OLE moderated the age-induced changes in gene expression, notably reducing the overexpression of NOX-4, Alox-5, iNOS, and TNF-α, and supporting the expression of SOD-1, GSR, GCK, and GSK-3β. Furthermore, OLE demonstrated a significant improvement in vascular function in aged rats, evidenced by the prevention of endothelial dysfunction, enhancement of vascular insulin resistance, and improved vasoconstriction response to KCl and NA. This improvement in vascular function was associated with the attenuation of alterations in the gene expression of key markers such as COX-2, IL-6, GPx, NOX-1, and IL-10. The study concluded that OLE exerts anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects in aged rats and attenuates the alterations in vascular function associated with aging (124).

  • The extract component of Astragalus membranaceus can increase telomerase activity.

    Astragalus membranaceus (Huangqi) is a medicinal herb used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2000 years. It contains beneficial components such as polysaccharides, flavonoids, and saponins. Research suggests that Astragalus membranaceus extracts have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunoregulatory, anticancer, and organ-protective effects and increase telomerase activity. This review focuses on its potential to extend lifespan, countering vascular and brain aging, and its anticancer properties. Understanding the mechanisms of Astragalus membranaceus could lead to the development of effective and targeted therapeutic agents against aging (112).

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  • Can I use it as a replacement for my multivitamin supplement?

    No - Longevity Foundation is not a replacement for your daily multivitamin. Longevity Foundation is designed to target aging - it is not formulated to supplement a broad nutritional profile. You could take them together with prior consultation with your physician.

  • When will I see the first effects?

    Some users report feeling more energetic after only a few days. Most users report seeing or feeling a noticeable benefit within 30-60 days. However, like all longevity protocols, the effects amplify and compound with time.

  • I'm feeling lazy. Can I take both AM + PM pills at once?

    Absolutely. There is absolutely no harm in taking AM + PM simultaneously, and you can still achieve the lion's share of benefits. In fact, they were originally conceived as a single pill. However, to enhance efficacy and precision, we still suggest taking them separately as they are designed to coincide with separate internal mechanisms, which are more active during the day or night.

  • I forgot yesterday's dose. Should I take double the dose the next day?

    Taking double doses is not recommended.

  • Is this supplement all I need to live a longer, healthy life?

    No. Longevity Foundation greatly supports longevity, but it is only one part of a longevity lifestyle. This supplement is not a replacement for a healthy, balanced diet and evidence-based lifestyle choices like quality sleep, exercise, stress control, and mindful blood sugar balance.

  • I'm pregnant! Can I continue taking the supplement?

    First of all - congrats! But unfortunately, its best not to. While there are no known issues with the ingredients in our Longevity Foundation for pregnant women, we suggest you quit taking the supplement during the course of pregnancy as well as breastfeeding. There is not enough available evidence on the impact of the supplement components on a pregnant or nursing mother.

  • I heard resveratrol is great for slowing aging - why didn't you include this?

    It is due to the inconclusive results of numerous studies on resveratrol, its apparent limited bioavailability in humans, and many results that contradict each other. Science is constantly changing, and we follow the science. If more conclusive data emerges, we will include it in future iterations. Therefore, we use pterostilbene, which has features similar to resveratrol but has been proven more bioavailable and easier to absorb.

  • I hear NMN is great for aging - why didn't you include this?

    NMN is a NAD(+) donor; the same is NR or niacin (in our formula). Nevertheless, NMN is still in the middle of emerging research, while niacin has been thoroughly tested in humans for decades, with a much broader set of whole-body benefits (which is why we included niacin in our supplement). We also added Flavonoid like apigenin and quercetin formula for a potential synergistic effect with NAD+. Apigenin inhibits the activity of CD38, which consumes NAD+. It increases the amount of NAD+ not by supplying it but by inhibiting its degradation (83). You can still take an additional separate NAD+ booster, however, its best to consult with a doctor when combining supplements. However, note that decreased NAD+ levels are only a single hallmark of aging and deterioration, therefore, having a balanced portfolio of interventions that considers all hallmarks and lifestyle choices collectively, is the most effective approach.

  • Why are the doses divided into morning and evening formulas?

    The division of doses allows for optimized nutrient absorption and potential timing considerations based on ingredient properties. It may also facilitate compliance by incorporating supplementation into a daily routine. For example the AM formula is unlikely to break a fast and has ingredients that are water soluble, so its designed to be taken when many engage in intermittent fasting practices, while the PM formula includes ingredients that are more readily absorbed with oil (oil soluble), at night, when people are more likely to have evening meals to help carry the absorption of certain compounds.

  • I've heard of other longevity compounds. Why did you put them in other Jung+ formulas and not this?

    Because every ingredient you put in your body has multiple effects, and its not great practice to just take whatever, whenever. In many cases, certain longevity ingredients have dual effects - such as Glycine in our Advanced Sleep Repair formula, which has been shown to significantly benefit sleep. And some popular longevity ingredients should be taken during specific times, like Berberine in our Glucose Blocker, which helps module blood sugar levels, and is much safer taken by healthy individuals alongside sugar or carb rich foods to avoid hypoglycemia. Longevity Foundation is designed to be taken as a standalone product, without a specific lifestyle prompt. The rest of our product line focuses on activating behavioral modifications or utilizing particular longevity levers. For maximum impact, we have engineered formulas with specific ingredients that would help amplify and strengthen a certain lifestyle or behavior.


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