The Most Powerful Oral Antioxidant

“MitoPrime may be the farthest-reaching, deepest-penetrating, most comprehensive oral antioxidant ever known.”

MitoPrime quickly and efficiently scavenges the two most DNA-damaging acids, hypobromous and hypochlorous.(1) In addition, MitoPrime eliminates the most lethal oxygen radical known, singlet oxygen, and it does it 75 times (7,500%) better than any known antioxidant.(2)

MitoPrime, the World’s Most Powerful Antioxidant

MitoPrime doesn’t just neutralize reactive oxygen species (ROS), it neutralizes all four major oxidant species. What’s more, MitoPrime scavenges all types of free radicals.

MitoPrime neutralizes all 4 major oxidant species

  • Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)
  • Reactive Nitrogen Species (RNS)
  • Reactive Chlorine Species (RCS)
  • Inflammation Induced Species (IIS)

MitoPrime scavenges all free radical types

  • Primary free radicals
  • Secondary free radicals
  • Tertiary free radicals
  • Pre-radicals
  • Chain reaction radicals
  • Ray radicals

MitoPrime versus today’s antioxidants

7,500%

MitoPrime eliminates the deadliest radical, singlet oxygen, up to 7,500% better than any antioxidant known today.

3,000%

MitoPrime eliminates all oxidants up to 3,000% better than Glutathione.

270%

MitoPrime inhibits lipid peroxidation 270% better than COQ10.

200%

MitoPrime decreases lipid peroxidation 200% better than glutathione.

“The scavenging effect of MitoPrime (ergothioneine) is higher than that of ascorbic acid and glutathione.”

– National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Oxidants damage DNA and cells every second of every hour of every day.

How protected are your cells?

Comparison of time of effectiveness (Pharmacokinetics)

The strength of your antioxidant is very important, and MitoPrime tops the list. But an even bigger factor, when it comes to protecting your cells, is the ‘duration’ of effectiveness. Scientists measure this length of time in terms of half life. That is, how long it takes for one half of the antioxidant to clear out of your system. Here again, MitoPrime sits atop the list.

Compound Hours
MitoPrime 768.00
Vitamin C 44.00
Catechins 3.83
Flavanoids (quercetin) 3.12
Polyphenols 2.86
Vitamin E 0.73
Glutathione 0.17

MitoPrime, like a full day’s worth of fruits and vegetables environment.

The value in fruits and vegetables is their polyphenol content, the compound that helps scavenge free radicals. A recent study found that one daily serving of MitoPrime creates a similar cellular environment to consuming an entire day’s worth of fruits and vegetables.

The differences being…

  1. MitoPrime has a higher radical scavenging effect.
  2. MitoPrime’s half life is 268 times longer.

MitoPrime, the Complete Action Oral Cyto-Protectant

[The next step in human physiology]

Longevity
Longevity and Lifelong Health

MitoPrime combats the proven “hallmarks of aging”

Immunity
Boost Immune Response

MitoPrime keeps the sentinels of your health, healthy

Antioxidant
The Farthest-Reaching Antioxdant known

MitoPrime protects what was once considered unprotectable

Cell Health
Increase Cell Viability

MitoPrime increases the percentage of healthy, fully functioning cells by 45%

Anti-inflammatory
Reduce Cellular Inflammation

MitoPrime helps keep your cells, vital organs, and DNA inflammation-free.

DNa & GENOMIC STABILITY
The #1 Predictor of Longevity

MitoPrime helps protect your DNA and mitochondria for genomic stability

Clinical Citations

“Genomic stability is the #1 predictor of longevity”

  1. Ergothioneine and hypochlorous and hypobromous acids
    A mushroom-derived amino acid, ergothioneine, is a potential inhibitor of inflammation-related DNA halogenationBiosci Biotechnol Biochem

    . 2016;80(2):313-7. doi: 10.1080/09168451.2015.1083396. Epub 2015 Sep 4.

    Takashi Asahi 1 2, Xiaohong Wu 2 3, Hiroshi Shimoda 4, Shinsuke Hisaka 5, Etsuko Harada 6, Tomomi Kanno 7, Yoshimasa Nakamura 1, Yoji Kato 8, Toshihiko Osawa 2 9

  2. Ergothioneine and singlet oxygen elimination

     

    DEACTIVATION OF SINGLET MOLECULAR OXYGEN

    BY THIOLS AND RELATED COMPOUNDS, POSSIBLE

    PROTECTORS AGAINST SKIN PHOTOSENSITIVITY

    M. ROUGEE’R, . ,V.B ENSASSONE’,. J. LAND^.* and R. PARIENTE3

    ‘Laboratoire de Biophysique, INSERM U.201, CNRS UA 481, Museum National d’Histoire

    Naturelle, 61 rue Buffon-75005 Paris, France, 2Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, Christie

    Hospital and Holt Radium Institute, Manchester M20 9BX, England, UK, 3Departement de
    Pneumologie et de