The Science of Rejuvant LifeTabs is More than Revolutionary, it is Life Changing.
Buck Institute on Aging studies reveal Rejuvant’s ingredients hold the promise to reverse epigenetic aging.
Rigorous research leads to precise formulation.
Unlike many others in the supplement industry, Rejuvant® was developed with meticulous scientific research. Millions of dollars, and years of research confirmed our hypothesis that Calcium Alpha-Ketoglutarate in specific combinations can delay the aging process. More than a dozen separate laboratory trials evaluated multiple compounds on mammals to assess effectiveness. Hundreds of combinations of these compounds led to the development of Rejuvant LifeAKG.
And because we discovered Calcium Alpha-Ketoglutarate was metabolized differently in males and females, we formulated Rejuvant differently, too. To increase the potency for men, we included vitamin A. For the women’s dosage, we added vitamin D3.
Patent-pending delivery mechanism.
The Rejuvant Difference
Safe and effective as documented in peer-reviewed publications.
Manufactured to the highest standards of purity.
Gauge your age: true biological age testing.
Taking the test is easy. Send a small amount of your saliva to TruMe Labs—an independent laboratory run by Stanford and Harvard-trained scientists—with the collection materials provided. TruMe will process your genomic DNA and compare it to profiles of the human genome to create biomarkers for your unique aging pattern. These results are correlated into a TrueAge Index™, reflecting age-related changes in your metabolism, physiology, and lifestyle which together make up your true biological age.
To most effectively monitor your aging process, we recommend tracking your TruAge Index when you begin taking Rejuvant, and again after six months. Using the results in the TrueAge report will provide insight into your changing DNA methylation patterns and enable you to track your true biological age.
Selected Studies supporting Rejuvant with LifeAKG
"AKG study first to show "dramatically compressed" morbidity in mammals." https://www.longevity.technology/akg-study-first-to-show-dramatically-compressed-morbidity-in-mammals/Azar Asadi Shahmirzadi, et al. “Alpha-ketoglutarate, an endogenous metabolite, extends lifespan and compresses morbidity in aging mice.” doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2020.08.004.
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Kjellman, Ulf, et al. "α-ketoglutarate for myocardial protection in heart surgery." The Lancet 345.8949 (1995): 552-553
Jeppsson, Anders, et al. "Renal effects of α-ketoglutarate early after coronary operations." The Annals of Thoracic Surgery 65.3 (1998): 684-690.
Zimmermann, E., S. Wassmer, and V. Steudle. "Long-term treatment with calcium-alpha-ketoglutarate corrects secondary hyperparathyroidism." Mineral and Electrolyte Metabolism22.1-3 (1996): 196-199.
Riedel, E., et al. "Calcium alpha-ketoglutarate administration to malnourished hemodialysis patients improves plasma arginine concentrations." Mineral and Electrolyte Metabolism22.1-3 (1996): 119-122.
Riedel, Eberhard, Michael Nündel, and Hannelore Hampl. "α-Ketoglutarate application in hemodialysis patients improves amino acid metabolism." Nephron 74.2 (1996): 261-265.
Birck, Rainer, et al. "Calcium ketoglutarate versus calcium acetate for treatment of hyperphosphataemia in patients on maintenance haemodialysis: a cross-over study." Nephrology, Dialysis, Transplantation: Official Publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association-European Renal Association 14.6 (1999): 1475-1479.
Filip, et al. "Alpha-ketoglutarate decreases serum levels of C-terminal cross-linking telopeptide of type I collagen (CTX) in postmenopausal women with osteopenia: six-month study." International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research 77.2 (2007): 89-97.
Wernerman, J., F. Hammarqvist, and E. Vinnars. "α-Ketoglutarate and postoperative muscle catabolism." The Lancet 335.8691 (1990): 701-703.
Wirén, Mikael, Johan Permert, and J. örgen Larsson. "α-ketoglutarate–supplemented enteral nutrition: effects on postoperative nitrogen balance and muscle catabolism." Nutrition 18.9 (2002): 725-728.
Mittal, Gaurav, et al. "Radiolabeling and dose fixation study of oral alpha-ketoglutarate as a cyanide antidote in healthy human volunteers." Clinical Toxicology 48.6 (2010): 509-515.
Bro, Susanne, et al. "Randomized crossover study comparing the phosphate-binding efficacy of calcium ketoglutarate versus calcium carbonate in patients on chronic hemodialysis." American Journal of Kidney Diseases 31.2 (1998): 257-262.
Blomqvist, Britt I., et al. "Glutamine and α-ketoglutarate prevent the decrease in muscle free glutamine concentration and influence protein synthesis after total hip replacement." Metabolism 44.9 (1995): 1215-1222.
Hammarqvist, F., J. Wernerman, and E. Vinnars. "Alpha-ketoglutarate preserves protein synthesis and free glutamine in skeletal muscle after surgery." Surgery 109.1 (1991): 28-36.