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Hyper-U has been developed by the most experienced researchers in epigenetics who have rigorously sourced and tested the formula to ensure it provides the best results.
Discover the evidence used to support Hyper-U’s claims and how our team searched for the best ingredients on the market.
The Science behind SPIRALOX®
SPIRALOX® is a type of organic spirulina grown in the Sardinian Blue Zone – a microalgae that is so nutritionally complete it has been labelled the Food of the Future. Gram for gram, spirulina may be the single most nutritious food on the planet.
Spirulina includes both omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids as well as all the essential amino acids that humans need.
It also contains many B and E vitamins, a lot of beta-carotene, many minerals such as potassium, magnesium, zinc and especially iron and phycocyanin, a protein with potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities.
Prevents Oxidative Damage
Due to its high protein content, spirulina has been associated with increased muscle strength and increased endurance. As the compound comes from a marine environment, it contains antioxidant properties that can prevent oxidative damage. This is known to cause inflammation and contribute to cancers and other diseases.
This benefit can be leveraged by athletes as it minimises muscle fatigue.
The Science Behind RODIOX2®
Rhodiola: Proven to Prevent Burnout
In a 12-week clinical trial exploring the benefits of Rhodiola rosea in burnout patients, it was found that the majority showed clear improvement to their resistance to stress when given a daily dosage of Rhodiola rosea, with some already improving after just one week.
Reduce Stress and Anxiety
Rhodiola Rosea stimulates the expression of certain gene sequences through genome targeting. It positively regulates metabolic processes that are triggered in stressful situations. Microarray analysis has shown that Rhodiola regulates 1062 genes, some of which are implicated in the management of anxiety and behaviour more generally. These include the NPS gene and the CNR1 gene.
A Host of Other Backed Benefits
Current studies reported that Rhodiola Rosea ingestion can improve cognitive function (Spasov et al., 2000), reduce mental fatigue (Shevtsov et al., 2003), promote free radical mitigation, and exists anti-oxidative (Zhang et al., 2007) and neuroprotective effect (Yu et al., 2008), increase endurance performance (De Bock et al., 2004), and treat symptoms of asthenia subsequent to intense physical and psychological stress (Lazarova et al., 1986).
A daily dose of spirulina can help alleviate seasonal allergy symptoms.
A study that gave a 2 grams per day to 127 people with allergic rhinitis found it dramatically reduced symptoms like nasal discharge, sneezing, nasal congestion and itching.
The Science Behind Phycocyanins
Phycocyanins are the blue pigments present in all blue-green microalgae, including spirulina.
They have an anti-COX2 action, which are the enzymes responsible for prostaglandins – substances that stimulate inflammation. This means they have an anti-inflammatory benefit and leave COX1 intact. The advantage of phycocyanins is to partially inhibit COX2 only (around 60%), helping to reduce inflammation and modulate it without cancelling it.
Invigorates the Immune System
Phycocyanin in Hyper-U contributes to the invigoration of the immune system by strengthening the cell membrane and increasing the protection of cells from virus attacks.
Meet our Experts
The team that developed Hyper-U have years of biotechnology experience and research behind them, with particular expertise in microalgae research.
micol cossi sadoch
Pharmacist & Product Manager G&Life
Professor of Medical Genetics, President of the Italian Society of Human Genetics, Clinicians' Representative at the Committee for Advanced Therapies at the European Medicine Agency (EMA)
PhD Biomedical Engineering , CEO G&Life, Member of the Comitee for the European Digital Innovation Hubs