Oxford longevity brand Oxford Healthspan wins prestigious Platinum Award for their celeb-loved supplements.

Science-backed longevity supplement brand Oxford Healthspan, have just won a prestigious Platinum Award for their Primedine spermidine supplement, which is specifically designed to inhibit nine of the twelve hallmarks of aging, such as stem cell and mitochondrial dysfunction, gut dysbiosis, inflammation and impaired autophagy or cell renewal and recycling. The brand, which is run by Oxford local Leslie Kenny, has a cult following, with celebrities such as Carol Vorderman and Gossip Girl star Kelly Rutherford using the supplement to look and feel younger.

The awards were created by Janey Lee Grace, BBC Radio 2 host and number 1 bestselling author. She judged the nominees across various categories within health, wellbeing and skincare along with Jo Wood, Glynis Barber and Carrie Grant, with Oxford Healthspan scooping the best supplement for menopause and anti-aging supplement award.

Oxford Healthspan, which also sponsors the local non-profit Oxford Longevity Project, was created after founder and CEO Leslie Kenny received lupus and rheumatoid arthritis diagnoses and wanted to learn more about alternative solutions to reverse her conditions.

Kenny said “I’m super excited we’ve won this award. This is a really big deal! I’ve been following Janey Lee Grace for around 12 years and I know, if she endorses something it really means something, so this is a huge accolade for a company like ours. Thank you to all of our clients who help us spread the word and we hope that this supplement continues to make a difference to people’s lives.”

Some of the benefits fans using the Primedine supplement rave about include reducing age-associated sleep disruption and better hair, skin and nails.

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