Salvestrol is a sub-group of phytonutrients (plant derived compounds) that are essential for wellbeing. They cannot be made in the Body and must therefore be supplied through the diet or supplementation.
What foods contain Salvestrols?
The foods highest in Salvestrols include fruit & vegetables primarily of a deep colour, such as organic oranges, blueberries, blackberries & grapes.
What do Salvestrols do?
Salvestrols are newly discovered micro-nutrients that are essential for maintaining balanced human health. They work inside cells that have failed to behave like normal cells - normal healthy cells stop dividing at the end of a natural life-cycle & dies. It has become clear that salvestrols are used as part of the body’s natural cell cycle regulation.
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Why can't I obtain adequate levels of Salvestrols from my diet?
Even with a solely organic diet, there is no guarantee of obtaining adequate levels of salvestrols from foods. Salvestrols are mostly found in the Skin, peel or rind of fruit and vegetables and in the modern diet, this is the part of the fruit or vegetable least appealing and often not consumed. Many of the modern varieties of fruit and vegetables have been bred to be less bitter too, so this has seen that the often bitter salvestrol component has been significantly reduced or removed.