Defense Nutrition, LLC Launches New Supplement Line SAF (Stress Activated Food) Nutrients Mimic Effects of Fasting & Exercise

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Defense Nutrition is announcing the launch of a new line of nutritional supplement called SAF (Stress Activated Food). This new brand includes formulas with never before seen properties as their active ingredients mimic the effects of fasting and exercise.

The term SAF refers to wild type food species that are raised under stressed conditions such as extreme climates or low fertilization, and thus evolved to produce compounds that increase their survivability under stress. These compounds are called SAF nutrients. The active SAF nutrients included in Defense Nutrition’s product line include:

Berberine
Salicin
Green Tea Catechins
Resveratrol
Tumeric

When consumed by animals or humans, SAF nutrients have shown to increase resistance to stress and disease. The active ingredients in Defense Nutrition’s SAF formulas were carefully selected to those that can potentially help reduce body fat, lower inflammation and increase insulin sensitivity. SAF nutrients such as Berberine and Salicin have been reported to turn on genes that shift metabolism towards fat oxidation, as they inhibit fat gain, improve energy utilization efficiency, increase resistance to stress and counteract age-related deterioration.

Recent scientific research studies highlighted in the ‘science’ section on Defense Nutrition’s website at the link below show the effects of SAF on animals’ health, fitness and longevity and support claims that these nutrients actually mimic anti-obesity, anti-diabetic, and cholesterol lowering effects of calorie restriction and exercise on the body.

To learn more about stress activated food and SAF nutrients visit http://www.defensenutrition.com/stress-activated-food/.

Press Contact:
Sheala Kelly, Defense Nutrition LLC
(818) 342-5200

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