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Frequently Asked Questions

How is Protandim different from other antioxidant supplements?
Instead of providing the body with additional dietary antioxidants (regular supplements fall into this category and are commonly called consumable antioxidants), Protandim works from within your body- signaling it to boost its own production of two key antioxidant enzymes that already exist at the cellular level to help fight free radicals and cellular aging. This is why Protandim is significantly more effective than any other antioxidant on the market today - your body is actually producing the antioxidant power.

Can I buy the five ingredients separately and incorporate them into my diet?
Protandim is made up of extracts of its five main ingredients in order to concentrate the positive effects. Purchasing the ingredients separately — like milk thistle, green tea, etc. — is not the same as taking Protandim because you won’t be able to isolate the extracted material. In addition, the synergy of the ingredients, as combined in the patented Protandim formula, are demonstrated to be many times more effective than the ingredients individually.

I take Vitamin C and E, why should I also take Protandim?
Vitamins C and E can provide your body with important nutrients. However, when it comes to cellular health and oxidative stress, reasonable quantities of these supplements may not provide you with enough of the antioxidant benefits your body needs. Protandim is proven effective in providing your body with more than enough antioxidant power each day.

Does Protandim reverse the effects of aging? Is it a “fountain of youth” pill or will it allow me to live longer and “cheat death”?
Protandim is not sold as a “fountain of youth pill.” The aging process, and cellular aging in particular, has a significant relationship to oxidative stress, and Protandim has been shown to reduce oxidative stress and slow the rate of cell aging in a human clinical study.

Should I continue to take my other vitamins and antioxidants?
Many western diets are lacking in certain nutritional elements, so multivitamin supplementation is still beneficial for most people. You can discontinue supplementing with antioxidants, however, because Protandim is more effective at eliminating free radical damage than supplementation with conventional antioxidants.

Is one study enough to claim the benefits of Protandim? Shouldn’t more studies that confirm the first study’s findings be completed?
For statistically significant results, one study is sufficient in the case of Protandim. When clinical studies are conducted, researchers are required to conduct a ‘power analysis’ to determine the minimum number of patients required to show the effectiveness of a drug treatment or intervention. For Protandim, a power analysis was conducted to determine the sample size for a human study. The result of the power analysis for Protandim showed that a human study including at least 13 patients would give statistically significant results.

While the Protandim clinical study with 29 patients is sufficient to demonstrate the effectiveness from a scientific perspective, additional studies are underway to validate the initial results as well as provide additional backing for the product in the minds of consumers.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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