MAGISNAT , a leader in OMICS science and personalized nutrition, is delighted to introduce its innovative product, “Dr. Matteo Bertelli’s™ Antioxidant Plus,” designed with the aim of bringing the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet directly to your doorstep.
The Mediterranean Diet has long been regarded as a model of healthy eating, rich in foods such as olives, tomatoes, and red wine. Scientific research has demonstrated that the key natural compounds found in these foods are extremely beneficial to human health. Dr. Matteo Bertelli, the founder of MAGISNAT, has dedicated years to researching these compounds and their role in promoting well-being.
“Dr. Matteo Bertelli’s™ Antioxidant Plus” product by Dr. Matteo Bertelli is the result of this extensive research. Each capsule contains a scientifically formulated blend of these natural compounds, including Sulforaphane from Broccoli 250 mg, based on solid scientific evidence. Supported by scientific studies conducted by our team, the “Dr. Matteo Bertelli’s™ Antioxidant Plus” product represents a milestone in Mediterranean Diet-based dietary supplementation.
The compounds in “Dr. Matteo Bertelli’s™ Antioxidant Plus,” particularly Sulforaphane from Broccoli, offer a powerful antioxidant effect, reducing damage caused by reactive oxygen species (ROS). Additionally, this product contributes to improving cognitive function and provides essential anti-inflammatory support, enhancing overall well-being.*
With the “Dr. Matteo Bertelli’s™ Antioxidant Plus” product, MAGISNAT is committed to offering a science-based solution to enhance your health by bringing the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet directly to you.
Stay tuned for more information on the science behind the “Dr. Matteo Bertelli’s™ Antioxidant Plus” product and how it can improve your well-being.
Company Name: MAGISNAT
Contact Person: Matteo Bertelli MD, PhD
Address: Atlanta Tech Park 107 Technology Parkway Suite 801
City: PEACHTREE CORNERS
State: GA 30092
Country: United States
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is important to note that this article does not intend to provide medical advice, and the purpose of the summary of scientific bibliography is cultural insight. The article does not suggest that natural molecules or dietary supplements have any therapeutic, diagnostic, or preventive properties for any disease or condition. It is not intended as advice to use the natural molecules or dietary supplements in any modality or for any purpose. Only a physician and/or nutritionist can provide advice in the areas of nutrition, prevention, and health.