The idea behind the establishment of Elysium was to help solve health challenges with a scientific approach so that people could live healthier, longer. Given its close partnership with clinicians and scientists, Elysium has proven to be a leader in turning scientific advancements in science and technology into scientifically sound but effective health products. The product evaluation process begins with an insightful evaluation of the scientific study available which helps to commercialize and discover new products. You should rest assured that whatever comes into the market is safe given the thorough research and clinical trials took by the facility. Take note that tests can take as long as two years and not all compounds under research on the pre-clinical and clinical trials will come to the market.
Compelling scientific research is forged from a strong partnership with institutions, and Elysium health has partnered with Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge University to fulfill its mission of solving the complex health challenges. It is such partnership has enabled Elysium to work closely with the world’s best health professions, clinicians and scientists to come up with promising and innovative natural compounds. Also, they have a team comprising of Nobel Prize winners in physiology and chemistry in research areas such as biochemistry, complex chemical systems, and neuroscience.
Elysium is hoping to turn the chemicals that lengthen lives in worms and mice into an over the counter drug to help in combating aging. According to the startup founder Leonard Guarente, there is no way to prove that drugs which extend lifespan in animals have the same effect in human and that’s why he ventured into cutting-edge research that doesn’t require approval from the FDA or any clinical trials. Elysium first product, basis will be selling this week, but there is no guarantee that it’s going to keep you young. The drug contains NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) which is a compound used by cells to undertake metabolic reactions such as releasing energy from glucose. The drug seems to be useful on a diet that’s short of calories which is one of the ways to lengthen a mouse life.
Leonard has applied a different strategy to the marketing which is unlike his previous involvement with resveratrol which he hoped will help diabetic patients but didn’t turn out as he expected. This time around he hopes to undertake his marketing by promoting the molecules as a dietary supplement. He will then follow up with the clients with post-marketing studies and surveys. The company has insisted that it’s going to adhere to strict pharmaceutical –production quality which makes it easier to access the supplements through their website. You can opt for a $50 per month for an ongoing subscription or $60 for a 30-day supply.