Salvestrols are naturally occurring compounds (phytonutrients) found in fruit and vegetables, essential for human wellbeing and hailed as having a significantly powerful impact on fighting disease.
The human body does not produce Salvestrols, and must therefore be supplied through our diet. It is believed our modern diet is deficient in Salvestrols due to the under consumption of fruit and vegetables, as well as modern agricultural methods employed which have prevented plants from producing adequate amounts of Salvestrol.
Salvestrols emerged out of a cancer drug discovery programme which has delivered several key pharmaceutical products (including Abirateronea, a breakthrough treatment for prostate cancer). Salvestrols’ effect on humans has since been backed by other prominent scientists. Case studies on diseased patients who have used Salvestrols with positive outcomes have been published in respected medical journals.
Salvestrol has been available as a dietary food supplement since 2004. It has been used by medical practitioners wanting to improve the health of their patients as well as the general public wanting to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Salvestrol was introduced to South Africa in 2012 and is available through pharmacies, health food stores and medical practitioners.