Daily core supplement for rejuvenation

Green Giant is a science-driven supplement that helps you reduce your speed of aging, one scoop at a time.

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Take a step toward improved health and longevity.

The Green Zero doesn’t just provide nutrients;

It is designed to positively influence biological markers, from energy levels to metabolism to cellular regeneration.

Formulated to combat the root causes of aging

The ingredients in Green Giant Formula have been around forever. Recently, scientists discovered some of their rejuvenating powers. So, we've combined them for you.

  • Harness the rejuvenating benefits of spermidine. Combined with chlorella, a powerful detoxifier, this blend is designed to cleanse and renew.

  • Heart health and improved blood flow, all with the decadence of cocoa.

  • Nourish your skin, hair, and joints. 20g of collagen peptides ensure you're glowing inside and out.

  • A touch of Ceylon Cinnamon for its anti-inflammatory benefits and a hint of natural sweetness.

  • Elevate your energy reserves. At 2.5g per serving, it's the perfect kick to start any activity.

The science behind Green Zero

Our ingredients are supported by gold-standard clinical trials backing their efficacy and safety.

Induction of autophagy by spermidine promotes longevity

Spermidine has been studied for its role in regulating autophagy , a cellular waste disposal mechanism that plays a crucial role in longevity.

By contributing to better autophagy functioning, spermidine can influence the expression of several genes associated with aging.

Spermidine, a natural polyamine found to decline with age, has emerged as a significant factor in promoting longevity.

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Higher spermidine intake is linked to lower mortality

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 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.

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Impact of Cocoa Flavanols in reversing age-related cognitive deficits

Epidemiological studies indicate a relation between flavonoid intake and the prevention of dementia.

In confirmation of this relation, several pharmacological studies show the faster speed of responding and better executive performance in flavanol-treated aged or young subjects.

The lack of any effect appears in some studies, especially in young subjects, due to the use of groups with high educational levels and the possibility of a ceiling effect.

In several studies, neuropsychological ameliorations were followed by increases in cerebral blood flow.

These results are in line with those of animal experimentation since improvements have been found in motor and spatial performances of young and aging mice or rats as well as animal models of Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.

Improvements are also reported in biologic markers of Alzheimer's disease, in particular an increase in soluble Aβ and a decrease in tau hyperphosphorylation.

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Creatine supplementation ability to increase brain creatine content

Preliminary studies indicate that creatine supplementation has the ability to increase brain creatine content in humans.

Furthermore, creatine has shown some promise for attenuating symptoms of concussion, mild traumatic brain injury and depression but its effect on neurodegenerative diseases appears to be lacking.

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Collagen Peptides are effective in wrinkle reduction, skin rejuvenation, and skin aging reversal

The main component of the skin is collagen, and there are 85–90% collagen type I and 10–15% collagen type III.

Collagen fibers that are damaged over time are strongly related to skin aging.

Skin aging is caused by decreased collagen density and dermal thickness, as well as decreased synthesis and replacement of important structural proteins.

Collagen supplements originating from various sources such as marine, bovine, and porcine can improve skin integrity and modulate skin aging.

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