Thanks to new research by leading scientists involving mice, there is now thought to be a link between vitamin D and anti-aging.
All of the research was recently published in the journal “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and scientific experts such as Mike Fisher are calling it a “significant breakthrough.”
This just one of the many scientific studies published over the last 4 years that looks closely at the process of anti-aging.
In 2012, a study in Kentucky USA involving rats, showed that taking phytoceramides on a regular basis not only delayed the aging of the rats, but it also gave them extra energy and increased agility.
Since that study in 2012, phytoceramides have slowly began to creep in the minds of the general public, with sales of the anti-aging supplement now in the millions around the world. If you are thinking about buying a bottle and trying it for yourself then there are a few things you should be aware of.
Firstly, make sure you are not overspending on phytoceramides. The average cost for a good quality bottle that will last about a month should set you back no more than $30. There are some sellers that have been trying to get away with charging $100+ for a bottle, but most people are now becoming wise to that trick.
Another tip for only purchasing the highest quality phytoceramides is to make sure the brand is regulated by the FDA government agency and all their products are manufactured in the USA.
Over the last 6 months many thousands of cheap imports have been seized by US customs, which means you always need to be on the lookout for inferior phytoceramides. There are typically produced in countries such as India, China, and Albania, and are stuffed full of artificial ingredients to bulk out the product and make more profit for the company. Don’t put yourself at risk. Only buy from the USA.
If you are gluten sensitive then you might also want to be on the lookout for this when buying phytoceramide supplements. Some brands do contain gluten, so make sure you always read the label to make sure it is gluten free. When in doubt, contact the company directly so you can get further clarification.
Lastly, there has been some confusion recently about how much phytoceramides per day is safe to take? Most experts agree that you should take on average 2 capsules per day, although some people are suggesting this might need to be more. Ultimately, the best thing to do is experiment with different dosages and see what works best for you.