Greg Macpherson, biotechnologist and founder of SRW Laboratories sits down with Naturally Informed to discuss cellular health, oxidative stress, and how Hobamine can play a role in this.
For more than 30 years Greg Macpherson has worked in the health arena, with a focus over the last decade in the biotechnology sector. He has been specifically studying the aging process at a cellular level. This work led him to writing the book Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging and then founding the company SRW Laboratories which focuses on formulating natural products to slow the onset of aging and disease.
The Importance of Cellular Health
Cell are the building blocks of the body. They provide your body’s structure and carry out specialized functions important to your health and wellbeing.
Aging begins within your cells, however it’s only recently that scientists have been able to identify what can cause aging in the cells.
Oxidative stress has been shown to be one of the major causes of cellular damage in all human beings. But luckily a new ingredient has proven to bring hope to blunting damage from oxidative stress.
Ingredient at the Forefront of Cellular Health
“Hobamine (2-HOBA) represents a really significant advance in the approach to reducing the impact of oxidative stress because it acts as a circuit breaker between the downstream of fits of oxidative stress and something called an isolevuglandins which is a highly reactive molecule. It’s actually the real reason that oxidative stress is so bad for us and Hobamine does this without blurring what they call healthy reactive oxygens signaling.”
To learn more about cellular health and how Hobamine plays a role watch the presentation by Greg Macpherson.