Oxidative stress (OS) plays a substantial role in inflammatory and neurodegenerative diseases, causing cellular damage and mitochondrial dysfunction. OS also contributes to aging and severe neural disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. Previous registries have documented a reduction in OS levels with Robuvit® (Horphag Research, Ltd.), an extract from wood of the French oak (Quercus robur) that provides a decrease of OS as well as relief from chronic fatigue syndrome. The aim of the present registry was to investigate the influence of Robuvit® on a group of subjects presenting with mood disorders, oxidative stress, fatigue, and insomnia.

Improvement in mood, oxidative stress, fatigue, and insomnia following supplementary management with Robuvit®

Belcaro G.
;
Saggino A.
;
Luzzi R.
;
DI NACCIO, Maria
2018-01-01

Abstract

Oxidative stress (OS) plays a substantial role in inflammatory and neurodegenerative diseases, causing cellular damage and mitochondrial dysfunction. OS also contributes to aging and severe neural disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. Previous registries have documented a reduction in OS levels with Robuvit® (Horphag Research, Ltd.), an extract from wood of the French oak (Quercus robur) that provides a decrease of OS as well as relief from chronic fatigue syndrome. The aim of the present registry was to investigate the influence of Robuvit® on a group of subjects presenting with mood disorders, oxidative stress, fatigue, and insomnia.
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