Protandim NRF2 Product Review | Karin Angelly

Protandim NRF2 Product Review

Protandim NRF2 Product Review

I get so many questions asking if Protandim is a scam or if it really does what it says it will.

Some people try the product, and say, “I didn’t notice a difference.”

But to me, the research behind the product is more than enough to keep me taking it for the rest of my life.

And as someone that works in healthcare, research is always quite important to me.

So let me dive in and give you a little behind the scenes as to how your body works.

Then I’ll let you decide how you want to proceed with your health.

Deal?

Cool! Let’s get started!

Our bodies are pretty awesome. Wouldn’t you agree?

If we fall down and scrape our knee, our body immediately goes to work and starts healing itself.

It’s actually quite magical if you think about it.

But what happens over time, and maybe you’ve noticed this, is that your bodies ability to heal itself starts to slow down.

There are many different reason for your body to slow down over time.

One major reason is oxidative stress.

Now after reading that last sentence, your eyes may have glazed over and your brain stopped working.

I get it.

Oxidative stress is not a simple concept, but I’m going to break it down for you as much a possible!

Oxidative stress is a natural occurrence that happens in our body over time.

It is a result of pollution, sunlight, emotional stress, diet, and all the other things that we come in contact with on a daily basis.

Even breathing causes oxidative stress!

YIKES right? We can’t escape it!

To give yourself a visual of what oxidative stress looks like in your body, cut open and apple and then let it sit on the counter for a day.

What happens to it?

Starts to turn brown right?

This is essentially what is happening inside of your body’s cells over time.

As we age and all of those destructive influences happen to our body, we start to produce biproducts like free radicals.

Too many free radicals in our body can be disruptive over time.

When our bodies production of free radicals exceeds the body’s ability to counteract any negative effects, this leads to oxidative stress.

As we get older, our production of free radicals increases and our body begins to deteriorate.

That was kind of a drag to read right?

I mean I basically told you to never get old, because deterioration is inevitable.

Don’t bring this Debbie Downer to a party!

But what if I told you that scientists have discovered a pathway that can actually help keep your body working in tip top condition.

It’s called the NRF2 pathway.

Let me explain what the NRF2 pathway is… And no, it’s not a child’s toy gun!

NRF2 is the body’s internal defense system.

So by stimulating this pathway, we can actually protect our body’s cells and keep them healthy.

Some common ways to keep the NRF2 pathway activated are:

  1. Getting active. This means 30 minutes of activity most days of the week.
  2. Eating antioxidant rich foods like blueberries, tea, coffee, apples, onions, broccoli, cabbage, etc.
  3. Practicing intermittent fasting once a month and drink plenty of water.

Now these 3 methods are simple to do.

But let’s be honest…

We all know, that these things don’t always happen on a consistent basis in our busy lives.

I’m an anesthesia provider within the hospital.

My schedule is nuts and not always predictable.

While I always have the best intentions, I can’t always have a consistent schedule with all of these things.

And intermittent fasting at the hospital will quickly turn me into Mr. Hyde.

So one thing I know I can consistently add into my routine is this wonderful supplement Protandim.

Protandim is a powerful NRF2 activator.

It is a blend of 5 different herbs:

  • Milk Thistle
  • Bacopa
  • Ashwagandha
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Tumeric Extract

Separately, these herbs pack a punch…

But together, they create this one of a kind oxidative stress fighting machine.

And this crazy, busy healthcare provider can definitely fit this into her daily schedule!

So this brings me back to my first question.

Is Protandim a scam or a legit product?

Like I said, I’m all about the research on a particular product.

And the cool thing about Protandim is that is has mounds of it.

I personally have found 26 peer-reviewed articles on this one product, done by multiple different research facilities.

That’s enough to make this healthcare provider happy.

I also love this ABC Primetime Report.

You see, this report was done originally to discredit Protandim.

After taking a look at the facts…

It was determined that the product actually did do what it said it would.

Pretty cool right?

Some of the health benefits for taking Protandim include:

  1. Reduces oxidative stress by 40% in 30 days*
  2. Repairs and rejuvenates damaged cells*
  3. Protects cells from free radical damage*
  4. Regulates survival genes*
  5. Helps the body detoxify, keeping the body’s cells functioning at top performance*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

So it’s for these reason, that I will never stop taking this powerful NRF2 activator.

And maybe after all of my blabbing, you decided that you wanted to give this product a try as well.

So listen…

If you’re ready to start taking your health seriously, then go ahead a check this product out.

It could be the game changer you need to let you live life to it’s fullest.

Now Go Build Your Empire!

Karin

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10 comments
Jeanine Byers says 07/08/2020

I am interested in those three things we can do to heal or prevent oxidative stress. I wouldn’t have thought that intermittent fasting once a month would do anything! Does it have to be an 8-hour window, or could be 10 hours or 12? And I drink lots of tea, but this is a good reminder to eat more broccoli. I wonder how often is often enough. Do you know? But that first one might be difficult. I do need to exercise more. But I don’t. So that would be my reason for taking a look at your product.

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    Karin says 07/09/2020

    I’ve looked at intermittent fasting before and what I’ve found is that a 6-8 hour window is best for best results. However, our bodies are slightly different. What works for one person, might not work for everyone. I would test it for yourself. Personally I have found that this product has the best results, because it really is the easiest thing to do consistently from this list. And it helps your body do what it was already naturally supposed to do instead of just supplementing it. Feel free to reach out if you would like more info as well. 🙂

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Hilary De Freitas says 07/08/2020

I loved reading this because it was a gentle reminder to me about what has been happening with my health recently. With three young children during this pandemic stuck at home it became clearer that I needed to take a better look at what I was putting in my body, but also what I’m supplementing and boosting my body with. Thanks for the great advice here Karin!

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    Karin says 07/09/2020

    Glad this helped you so much! Thanks for checking it out!

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Jojo Reyes Jr says 07/08/2020

I’m not familiar with this product, but thanks to you, now I am. You did a good job reviewing it 🙂

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    Karin says 07/09/2020

    Thanks! Glad you found it helpful!

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Martha says 07/08/2020

I’ve never heard of this, thanks for the information you shared.

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    Karin says 07/09/2020

    You’re very welcome!

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Roy A Ackerman, PhD, EA says 07/08/2020

So, we scientific types understand antioxidants, oxidative stress, and toxicity. What we don’t necessarily buy is the efficacy of Protandim. After all, all it would take is some basic in vitro research and a clinical trial. Neither of which have been assayed.

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    Karin says 07/09/2020

    There are actually multiple peer reviewed clinical studies that you can find on pubmed.com. I did not reference these studies in this partiuclar blog, but it is something that I have in the works. I am also a scientific type as I am an anesthesia provider. I truly appreciated the clincial studies I found regarding this particular product. Thanks for your concern. 🙂

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