Each bottle of SleepHealth contains 60 capsules, providing a 30-day supply following the suggested serving size and regimen.
Take 2 capsules approximately 30 minutes before your intended bedtime with or without food, or as directed by a trusted healthcare provider.
300 mg Olivamine®
[Olive Leaf Extract, Glycine, Taurine, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), L-Proline, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Vitamin B3 (niacinamide), Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl)]
Melatonin, Vitamin D, Magnesium, Solubilized Curcumin, Red Wine/Grapevine Extract Powder
Other Ingredients: Gelatin capsule (colored with FD&C Red#3, FD&C Blue#1, and titanium dioxide), microcrystalline cellulose, rice flour, magnesium stearate
If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking other medications, consult your healthcare provider before using this product. As is the case with all supplements, some individuals may not tolerate or may be allergic to the ingredients used. Please read the ingredient panel carefully prior to ingestion.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
The scientific community recognizes the tremendous health benefits of hydroxytyrosol, and the ever-increasing amounts of peer review literature on the subject makes this clear. This single ingredient makes the Olivamine® brand extraordinary. However, hydroxytyrosol in combination with the other Olivamine® compounds is scientifically superior.
Extensive and ongoing primary research, being conducted at the McCord Research Center located at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has demonstrated the superiority of the precise combination of compounds found in Olivamine®.
Researchers discovered that healing times in diabetic and nondiabetic models were substantially reduced following Olivamine® treatment. This is critical because improved repair helps ensure that a patient’s exposure to harmful infections and toxins is potentially reduced.
The Olivamine® supplement product line is not dependent upon secondary research. While others are doing excellent work, our research team is dedicated to discovering the benefits of the precise blend of compounds that allow our products to heal when nothing else works. There is a reason and it is scientific superiority.
As scientists develop more accurate experimental methods and improved technology to study cells at the molecular level using increasingly powerful microscopes, better gene analysis tools and faster ways to manipulate DNA and proteins, the ingredients in Olivamine® including hydroxytyrosol continue to reveal new exciting, cellular protection and repair activities. Moreover, vital clinical studies continue to demonstrate the remarkably positive effects Olivamine® has on cell health and repair.
Scientists can now observe hydroxytyrosol entering cells and interacting with important proteins that influence DNA expression, immune responses and cellular longevity. Not only can scientists study the effects of hydroxytyrosol on organelles like mitochondria, scientists are able to study the effects of hydroxytyrosol on so many cellular processes including endoplasmic reticulum stress. Changes in protein folding and DNA-protein interactions can now be examined.
The amazing ability of olive molecules, including hydroxytyrosol, to influence their molecular and cellular surroundings has captured the attention and imagination of scientist for many years, and is still proving to be extremely interesting and challenging. Teams of scientists are working hard to discover the many secrets still left to be revealed. The incredible ability of Olivamine® to improve the health of cells has stood the test of time and continues to promote exciting scientific and clinical breakthroughs.
The Olivamine® supplement product line was created over ten years ago, but the amazing science behind Olivamine® and the healing power of olives has held up against cutting-edge scientific scrutiny, and the knowledge gained from new discoveries related to Olivamine® has continued to expand at an ever-increasing rate.
One of the main components of olives is the molecule, hydroxytyrosol, a potent antioxidant that has been shown through scientific research to activate an array of beneficial genes and oxidative defense enzymes, as well as increase the lifespan of cells. Hydroxytyrosol helps protect the powerhouses of cells, known as mitochondria that are intimately involved in energy metabolism and aging. Hydroxytyrosol and a companion olive antioxidant decrease inflammation and increase endothelial cell viability and repair.
In the past few years, scientists have been able to determine thousands of genes that are positively affected by hydroxytyrosol. Not only does hydroxytyrosol influence the expression of so many important cellular proteins, hydroxytyrosol can help regulate DNA expression on the epigenetic level. Scientists are discovering more and more that epigenetics has major effects on cell development and growth, as well as repair.
Inadequate sleep is linked to long-term health risks including dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Common pharmaceutical sleep aids tend to increase a person’s risk while more natural nutritional approaches including melatonin and magnesium appear to decrease cognitive risk while promoting better more restful sleep. [Continue Reading]
Sleep disruptions have a negative impact on health but using safe and natural nutritional support including melatonin and magnesium can help reset the sleep clock and minimize restless nights and daytime drowsiness. Maintaining regular sleep patterns is essential for optimum health and feelings of wellness. [Continue Reading]
Most over-the-counter & prescription sleep aids shouldn’t be used for over 2 weeks or in people 65+ due to side effects, falls, confusion, & even dementia. Safer alternatives including melatonin and magnesium can be used to support natural healthy sleep cycles without the same short and long term risks and side effects. [Continue Reading]
People typically associate B Vitamins with energy because there are high amounts of B Vitamins found in energy drinks and workout supplements. But B Vitamins produce a different type of energy than stimulants like caffeine. Some B Vitamins also play essential roles in healthy sleep, mood, and calming down nerves. [Continue Reading]
Many people experience insomnia that can contribute to inflammatory diseases including depression, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. Chronic sleep deprivation has negative effects on the immune system and may lead to increased infections. Melatonin, the hormone known to promote sleep can increase immunity and help those with chronic insomnia or jet lag. In addition, melatonin and magnesium found in SleepHealth may help decrease inflammation along with Olivamine®. Melatonin and Olivamine® also have antioxidant activities and may reduce oxidative stress that can result from persistent inflammation associated with chronic sleep deprivation. [Continue Reading]
Mitochondria are known as the powerhouses of cells because they play a critical role in metabolism by producing energy. Most cells have a circadian clock that oscillates every 24 hours, and this rhythm influences sleep/wake cycles. Evidence indicates that metabolic and circadian processes are interconnected, and that greater metabolic activity and magnesium depletion can lead to oxidative stress that can damage cells and mitochondria, as well as result in disease. Lack of sleep due to magnesium depletion or other factors can also result in serious health problems including cardiovascular disease. Melatonin found in SleepHealth protects the circadian rhythm and mitochondria, and protects cells against oxidative stress along with many of the beneficial ingredients included in Olivamine®. [Continue Reading]
Melatonin has many amazing properties, including regulating the circadian rhythm that is important for normal sleep patterns. Disruption of circadian control can result in many health problems, including metabolic dysfunction and cognitive impairment. Melatonin is produced naturally at night, but is inhibited by light, certain medical conditions, and aging. [Continue Reading]
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