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BIOLOGICAL AGING, GLYCATION AND METABOLISM. ROSMARINIC ACID, the new star molecule

Widely known for its many remarkable pharmacological properties, rosmarinic acid promises to be the new star molecule of anti-aging medicine encouraged by the recent publication of numerous studies.

Rosmarinic acid is a phytochemical bioactive compound of the family of polyphenols, found in plants mainly from the labiaceae family (thyme, rosemary, sage …).

Rosmarinic acid has remarkable pharmacological properties, including anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-viral, anti-carcinogenic, gero-protective, radio-protective…

Its deglycating activity was demonstrated by a French team in 2012 (a patented innovation) making rosmarinic acid the reference deglycating molecule (1).

Logically, studies and publications are increasing, some showing the interest of rosmarinic acid for the management of obesity and other metabolic syndrome parameters (2).

Rosmarinic acid, molecule derived from a food plant, has a very good profile in terms of safety (almost no side effects or contraindications).

On the other hand, its properties are based on a rigorous selection of the plant and very sophisticated extraction and fractionation techniques. Be careful, not all “rosmarinic acids” are equivalent!

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(1): D. Jean and Al. Evaluation in vitro of AGE-crosslinks breaking ability of rosmarinic acid. Institut des Substances Végétales, Clermont-Fd, France. Glycative Stress Research Center, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan. December 2015.

(2): Y. Rui and Al. Rosmarinic acid suppresses adipogenesis, lipolysis in 3T3-L1 adipocytes, lipopolysaccharide-stimulated tumor necrosis factor-α secretion in macrophages, and inflammatory mediators in 3T3-L1 adipocytes. Department of Nutrition and Food Hygiene, School of Public Health, Soochow University, Suzhou, PR China. Food Nutrition research. June 2017.