MitoPrime, the New “Longevity Vitamin”
Employing the Previously Unknown Nutrient Transporter ETT (OCTN1)
“Pathway to Longevity.” That’s the name given to a project that spanned 10 countries, involved over 100 scientists, and lasted 8 years. Spearheaded by NNB Biotech & Global Research Labs, it began with the discovery of a new human biological pathway, first called OCTN1, now known as ETT.
Research would show that ETT/OCTN1 is an “evolutionary conserved” pathway, meaning that it’s as essential for life today as it was for our ancestors.
ETT is a nutrient transporter that is specific to an unusual amino acid, ergothioneine. Scientists first called ergothioneine “unusual” because it is the only known nutrient with its own specific transporter, ETT.
Unusual, as well, because of its singular ability to regulate such a vast number of vital biological processes, all pertaining to health and longevity. That includes increasing the number of healthy cells in the body, eliminating free radicals in regions previously thought impossible to reach, reducing inflammation, keeping DNA healthy and creating genomic stability, the #1 predictor of longevity.
Today, it’s been aptly named “The Longevity Vitamin.” Vitamin, because your body can’t make it by itself. Now, thanks to NNB’s patented technologies, ergothioneine’s full potential has finally been realized. Its name is MitoPrime. And it’s your pathway to longevity.