Factors such as aging and poor nutrition increase oxidative stress. Excess oxidative stress often results in disrupted normal functioning of cells. However, some oxidative stress is important for normal function so attempts to completely block oxidative stress may be misguided. Instead, Hobamine (2-HOBA) rapidly captures specific compounds formed by oxidative stress (such as isolevuglandins), preventing them from binding to cellular components (proteins, lipids, or DNA), thus maintaining normal functioning of these components. Hobamine (2-HOBA) has been shown to protect brain cells, blood vessels, and heart, lung, and immune system cells from oxidative stress, which can help support healthy function.
Hobamine is for everyone looking to improve their day-to-day life. Whether you are interested in healthier aging, looking to enhance your already active lifestyle, or are wanting to do something extra for your health and wellness. Hobamine is the defender of every cell and everybody.
We all have oxidative stress in our lives. Being able to minimize that stress is important to living a healthy lifestyle. Hobamine is the only nutritional intervention known to date that specifically targets the negative impact of oxidative stress, but not the body’s normal healthy processes to promote optimal cell function.
At this time, the acute benefits of Hobamine supplementation are not well understood. Since Hobamine acts on the cellular level to impact cellular health, changes may be subtle and accumulate over time.
Antioxidant therapies may often be ineffective at minimizing the damaging effects of oxidative stress, potentially due to wrong dosing and delivery. Antioxidants can also interfere with critical signaling processes that are natural to our bodies.
Hobamine (2-HOBA) works uniquely by acting specifically against compounds responsible for oxidative stress without blocking the processes needed for cell function. This is an advanced approach to reducing the impact of oxidative stress.
While 2-HOBA is found in buckwheat, it would be impractical and impossible to consume enough buckwheat to reap the benefits of supplemental 2-HOBA.