Get the facts… Use Google Scholar and PubMed.gov http://www.Pubmed.gov for reliable information!!

Protandim®, the Nrf2 Synergizer®, has been validated by peer-reviewed studies conducted in the laboratories of respected universities all around the world, including:

University of Colorado
Denver Health Medical Center
Children’s Hospital, Denver
Virginia Commonwealth University
Colorado State University
University of Florida
University of Kentucky
University of Michigan
Louisiana State University
Ohio State University
Harvard University

Vanderbilt University
Northwestern, University
National Institute of Aging
Glamorgan University, Wales
Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden
University of Montreal, Quebec Canada
University Hospital, Brno, Czech Republic
Mexican Institute of Social Security, Mexico City, Mexico
VU University Medical Center, Neuroscience Campus
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


PubMed.gov – The National Library of Medicine’s Website

PubMed.gov – Search Results “Oxidative Stress”

To search the connection of oxidative stress to any health concern, simply go to PubMed.gov and type in “Oxidative Stress *Health Issue*” (ie: Oxidative Stress Cancer, Oxidative Stress Diabetes) etc.

PubMed.gov – Search Results “Protandim”

PubMed.gov – Search Results “NRF2”

Protandim NRF is NSF certified (quality standards) & BSCG (Banned substances – Olympic, NCAA, NFL) approved. Click on the logos below to learn more!



“Chasing Life” by Dr. Sanjay Gupta

This anti-aging best-seller highlights Dr. Joe McCord’s 40 years of breakthroughs in medicine, along with his research and formulation of Protandim NRF2.

Quoting the book “Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)…and catalase. Two enzymes, he (Dr McCord) says, are responsible for scavenging 99% of the free radicals in the body. If we can get the body to produce more of these enzymes, he reasons, then it would do a better job at fighting free radicals.

McCord recently coauthored an article in the journal of Free Radical Biology and Medicine and showed how a supplement containing five such plant extracts (Protandim NRF2) not only increase the body’s production of SOD and catalase but decrease the markers for oxidative stress associated with aging.”

Could Protandim be more therapuetic than BG-12 for Multiple Sclerosis? Watch the NBC video to the left, check out the study link below:


(Hit control+F to search, type in “Protandim” – we’ve screenshot’ed the study results for your convenience)