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Glisodin Skin Nutrients


About GLISODin - What is it?

GliSODin was discovered in 1980, when cultivators created a cantaloupe melon with a shelf life almost four times longer than regular melons. After extensive research, it was discovered that these melons contained much higher levels of SOD, one of the most powerful antioxidants in our body. The SOD from these melons has been extracted and coated with GSN’s patented protective system so that you are able to safely absorb this powerful enzyme.

GliSODin was developed in Paris, France by a team headed by François Vix, a veteran of the skin care and beauty industry. GliSODin contains extremely high levels of superoxidedismutase (SOD). GliSODin is the first oral form of SOD that after consumption remains active in our body. This is due to GLISODin Skin Nutrients patented protective barrier that coats the SOD molecule. Without this barrier, our stomach would destroy the SOD upon consumption, making it ineffective.

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François Vix partnered with Canadian nutritional and health experts Corina Crysler and Paula Simpson who then began formulating GliSODin Skin Nutrients in Canada, where strict regulations on natural health products were applied to ensure that each product is of the highest standards. GSN has conducted over 20 clinical studies with outstanding results and with the support of the medical, dermatological and aesthetics industry, GSN is revolutionalizing the nutricosmetics world by bringing our medical foundation to beauty.


How GliSODin compares

How Glisdoin Compares
The active antioxidant in GliSODin is SOD (super oxide dismutase), an extremely powerful naturally occurring primary antioxidant that diminishes in the body as you age – It has the power to neutralize 1 million times more free-radicals than “superfood” antioxidants like pomegranate, acai, and goji berries.