Studies were conducted on a group of aged primates, rhesus macaques aged 21-25 years, equal to 50-70 human years. Findings brief:
- The study revealed that a number of age-related physiological body parameters in the primates that received Synthesit has significantly changed.
- Reduced cholesterol level by 40% that is a completely phenomenal result.
- Lowered Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) and Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) values by over 30% in the body. These are extraordinary rates. It is well known that high values of AST and ALT indicate various diseases. These values are increased with age. The lowered levels evidence that in the short period of time with the use of Synthesit animals had experienced positive changes in the body.
- Reduction of weight in all monkeys by about 5%. Monkeys began to consume less food. (This effect of Synthesit is confirmed by information from people who previously had consumed Synthesit. While maintaining the appetite, the need for food decreases and less food is required for satiation that leads to excess body weight loss).
In addition, the analyses
showed that in the experimental group of aged monkeys, as a result of the use of Synthesit, normalized a number of other biochemical blood parameters.
Considering the generalized research findings about Synthesit effect on the group of aged primates, it can be stated that it contributed to a significant recovery and brought the body parameters of the aged primates to the values similar to younger age.
Also, the report contains previously obtained research data about the impact of Synthesit intake on cellular parameters of bone marrow in mice. This data rigorously proves that Synthesit intake enhances hematopoiesis and accelerates reparative processes in the bone marrow due to the increase in the number of mononuclear cells (stem cells). This means that Synthesit actually involves the process of rejuvenation and recovery of the body.