Pomella® inhibits formation of markers responsible for oxidative stress
NOBLESVILLE, IN – A 2014 University of Rhode Island, Kingston, shows that Pomella® phenolics inhibit the formation of a biologically relevant oxidative stress marker called Advanced Glycation Endproducts, or AGE.
AGEs are formed when a sugar molecule attaches to DNA or other proteins, and prevents their proper function. Accumulation of AGE plays a key role in aging and some age-related chronic human diseases like type-2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s.
Authors stated, “Our study suggests that pomegranate may offer an attractive dietary strategy for the prevention and treatment of AGE-related diseases such as type-2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.”
Patented pomegranate extract standardized to punicalagins delivering free ellagic acid in the bloodstream. Derived from pomegranates, Pomella® is a clinically researched extract. Pomella® has been found bioavailable, synergistic, and safe in published research and is analyzed with validated HPLC methodology, so you can be sure what you are getting is the same as what was used in clinical studies. Ongoing research continues to discover what Pomella® can do.
Pomella is covered under US Patents 7638640, 7897791, and 7919636.
To learn more about Pomella, please visit www.pomextract.com.
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