Oxford Healthspan’s Primeadine Premium Spermidine Supplement

Oxford Healthspan launched in October with a flagship Primeadine Premium Spermidine supplement. Carol Vordeman declared it as her ‘must-buy anti-aging product.’

Spermidine is known for inducing autophagy, which is the body’s cellular renewal and recycling process that slows as we age. Spermidine supplements have shown to support cognition and heart health, promote hormonal balance, and improve hair growth and fullness (including eyelashes and eyebrows), as well as strengthening nails.

After embarking on her own health journey, Oxford Healthspan’s Founder, Leslie Kenny discovered a paper in ‘Nature in May’ (in 2020) entitled ‘The quest to slow aging through drug discovery.’ The paper included research on spermidine, which Leslie found fascinating. Leslie immediately saw an opportunity to create something really exciting: The Oxford Healthspan Primeadine Premium Spermidine supplement.

Previously, Leslie has held a global business career – spanning from banking in Switzerland, to business development for the Walt Disney Company – straight out of Harvard Business School. Leslie launched her first business in the Asia Pacific, but after being diagnosed with two auto-immune conditions (lupus and rheumatoid-arthritis), the entrepreneur entered onto a very private journey to (successfully) reverse both conditions.

This laid the groundwork for her passion for regenerative medicine, and for the body’s innate wisdom to heal itself.

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“Having reversed my own ‘incurable’ autoimmune conditions, and outliving my predicted lifespan by 12 years, I’m now passionate about bringing safe, efficacious, and science-backed breakthrough molecules to market, so that others can positively impact their own health-span,” said Leslie.

Since launching just two over years ago, Oxford Healthspan has grown considerably. Carol Vordeman declared the product as ‘her must-buy anti-aging product.’ The product is loved by celebrities on both sides of the pond, including James Van Der Beek and Kelly Rutherford – to name just a few.

Find out more here: https://oxfordhealthspan.com