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Slow Aging at the Cellular Level®*

Potent botanical blend formulated to Slow Aging at the Cellular Level®.* Vivix® helps keep cells vital and strong using a natural blend derived from the world's most potent source of polyphenols, which have antioxidant properties and have been shown in laboratory studies to activate cells' defenses and protect against cell damage.1

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Vivix® contains a proprietary, all-natural blend of polyphenols based on the muscadine grape, featuring high concentrations of the polyphenols ellagic acid and ellagitannins, plus resveratrol. These key ingredients in Vivix have been shown in laboratory studies to help protect and repair cellular DNA and Slow Aging at the Cellular Level® by activating cellular defenses, neutralizing free radicals, and slowing the development of damaged proteins (AGEs) that may accumulate and lead to cellular aging.*1

Vivix® Liquid Gels: Take two liquid gels daily with a meal.

Vivix® Liquid: Shake well before use. Take 1 teaspoon daily with a meal. Keep refrigerated. 

Every day our cells come under attack by many factors like diet, stress, UV rays, and toxins that can increase oxidative stress and damage our cells and their ability to function. Many scientists believe that this daily cellular damage may be a key factor in many types of normal age-related conditions. Vivix® is a scientific breakthrough designed to give cells an advantage. Backed by six patents, key ingredients in Vivix have been shown in laboratory studies to activate cellular defenses, neutralize free radicals that contribute to oxidative stress, and slow the development of damaged proteins (AGEs) that may accumulate and lead to cellular aging.*1 Key ingredients have also been shown to help protect and repair DNA and positively impact cellular energy production.*1


What makes the muscadine grape different from other grapes?
Muscadine grapes are one of nature's rarest, most potent grapes, and they possess a unique polyphenol profile that science suggests offers a number of health benefits. Unlike other grapes, muscadine grapes boast superior concentrations of ellagic acid and ellagitannins that, when combined with other muscadine grape polyphenols and resveratrol, yield immense antioxidant power. Muscadine grapes can also thrive in harsh environments; their unique phenolic profile provides extra protection against bacteria, fungi, yeast, drought, excess moisture, and temperature extremes, while other grapes are much more fragile in these environments.

What are polyphenols?
Polyphenols are a group of phytonutrients that confer antioxidant benefits and potentially protective effects against cellular aging. In fact, emerging research suggests that polyphenols may elicit multiple biological effects consistent with sustained and improved human health.

Is Vivix® solely an antioxidant product?
Laboratory studies have shown that Vivix ingredients can act as powerful antioxidants; however, Vivix goes beyond providing antioxidant support.*1 Key ingredients in Vivix have been shown in a clinical study to activate cellular defenses and blunt the inflammatory response of healthy people to an unhealthy meal, which over time can lead to cellular aging.*3

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Unique Patents

Backed by 6 unique U.S. patents and a total of 27 patents worldwide, Vivix contains a proprietary, all-natural blend of muscadine grape polyphenols


Lower Rate of Age-Related Telomere Shortening

Adults who took Vivix and other Shaklee supplements had a 57% lower rate of telomere shortening compared to a healthy control group2


More Powerful than Resveratrol Alone

13X more powerful than resveratrol alone in slowing a key mechanism of aging1

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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  2. Wang et al., Telomere Length of Multiple Dietary Supplement Users - A Cross-sectional Study in Comparison with Age-matched Controls. Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences 2018; 6(5): 129-134
  3. Ghanim, H. et al. A resveratrol and polyphenol preparation suppresses oxidative and inflammatory stress response to a high-fat, high-carbohydrate meal. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 96(5):1409-1414, 2011
  4. McHugh RT, Hollins JL, Lau FC, Daggy BP. Effect of the combination of AREDS2 formulation and a polyphnol preparation on dry age-related macular degeneration: analysis of case studies Presented at the American Society for Nutrition's Advances & Controversies in Clinical Nutrition Conference, National Harbor, MD. December 2014.
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  7. Wu S, Tian L. Diverse phytochemicals and bioactivities in the ancient fruit and modern functional food pomegranate (Punica granatum). Molecules. 2017 Sep 25;22(10):1606. doi: 10.3390/molecules22101606.
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