Title: Your mitochondria with thank you + better poops!
Content: Better endurance, strength, and sleep? Yes Less pain? Yes Better mitochondrial health? Well, I haven't actually asked my mitochondria, but I think so. Better poops? Absolutely. I heard of Urolithin A from several longevity experts and thought "If this is so great, why haven't I heard of it? Sounds like a marketing gimmick." A quick search of medical studies from a credible source shows that there are some serious benefits. [I am going to paste a summary from SciSpace at the bottom of the review.] The reason we've not heard of Urolithin A is that much of the research is fairly recent. Most of the papers are from the past couple of years. I ordered a bottle of this brand three weeks ago. And within two weeks, it was clear to me that it was having a noticeable effect. I am very active: - Brazilian jiu-jitsu 3-4 times per week - Vigorous cycling 45 to 50 min 3-4 times per week - Walk the dogs and do yard work frequently My diet is mostly meat-based - meat, dairy, and fruit. Very limited carbs. I do intermittent fasting from time to time. I have been consistently taking beef organs, tallow, NAC - a nitric oxide booster, and probiotics for years. I added Urolithin A and within two weeks, things changed. I have noticed: - a general uptick in energy - more aerobic capacity - lower heart rate, both resting and when exercising - better sleep at night with less snoring - my wife actually mentioned it - less joint pain - I used to take Advil daily - not anymore - Improved digestion. The real surprise is that I have been able to kick the Metemucil to the curb. Things in the ol' digestive track have been spectacular. I should add that I was doing intermittent fasting (OMAD) during the period that I started taking Urolithin A. I think the combo works. I came here today to order another bottle and I wanted to leave a review to help others who are looking into it. Do your own research, but I am recommending this to friends and family. SciSpace summary: Urolithin A, a metabolite of ellagitannins found in pomegranates, nuts, and berries, has been shown to have various beneficial effects. It has been found to prevent the development of hyperlipidemia, cardiovascular disease, and tumors due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties . Urolithin A induces mitophagy, the selective degradation of dysfunctional mitochondria, both in vitro and in vivo, leading to improved mitochondrial and muscle function  . In animal models, urolithin A has been found to extend lifespan, improve exercise capacity, and increase spontaneous exercise . These effects have also been observed in aged mice and young rats, suggesting the potential application of urolithin A in strategies to improve muscle function . Overall, urolithin A shows promise as a natural compound with potential health benefits for humans.