Laboratoire Longévité - Genève

Smart Formulation

Beginning with your basic biology, sleep health, activity and lifestyle, we continually personalize your formulation. 

By combining biometric information, artificial intelligence, concierge insights, and DNA testing, we provide you with one powerful solution.

Each ingredient is independently tested and validated, and our all in one formulation eliminates the need for complex stacks – redefining the boundaries of longevity.

All in One Longevity

Saints One combines scientifically validated ingredients for proven age-defying benefits and enhanced longevity.


A flavonoid with potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, has potential longevity benefits including cardiovascular support, neuroprotection, and anti-cancer properties. It also activates proteins that regulate aging and cellular health.


A carotenoid with powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, protecting against oxidative stress, enhancing immune function, and promoting cardiovascular and eye health.

Magnesium (Mg)

An essential mineral that supports muscle and nerve function, cardiovascular health, and bone strength. Adequate intake promotes overall health and longevity by reducing the risk of chronic diseases.


A flavonoid with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Its health and longevity benefits include promoting cellular health, reducing age-related cognitive decline, and exhibiting anti-cancer effects.


A polyamine, is involved in autophagy – a process of cellular self-cleaning. Its longevity benefits include improved cellular health, reduced inflammation, and protection against age-related decline.

Vitamin D

Supports bone health, immune function, and reduces inflammation. Also associated with improved overall health, reduced risk of chronic diseases, and potential increased longevity.

Vitamin C

A potent antioxidant that supports immune function, reduces inflammation, and promotes collagen synthesis. Its health and longevity benefits include protection against oxidative stress, improved cardiovascular health, and reduced risk of chronic diseases.


A polyphenol found in red wine, has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging properties. It activates sirtuins, which regulate aging, potentially extending lifespan and reducing the risk of age-related diseases.

Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN)

A precursor to NAD+, a molecule critical for cellular energy production. NMN supplementation promotes longevity by supporting cellular health, improving metabolism, and reducing age-related decline.


An amino acid found in tea leaves, promoting relaxation, reducing stress, and improving sleep quality. These benefits contribute to overall health and longevity by supporting a balanced nervous system and reducing age-related cognitive decline.


A plant-derived alkaloid with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer properties. It helps regulate blood sugar levels, supports cardiovascular health.

ALA (Alpha Lipoic Acid)

A powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties, promoting cellular health, reducing oxidative stress, and supporting healthy aging by maintaining proper glucose metabolism and protecting the nervous system.


Contains curcumin, a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound. Its health and longevity benefits include supporting brain health, reducing inflammation, and protecting against various age-related diseases.


An adaptogenic herb known to reduce stress, enhance cognition, and support immune function. Its longevity benefits include reducing inflammation, balancing hormones, and improving overall well-being.

Alpha-Ketoglutarate (AKG)

Supports cellular energy metabolism, potentially improving longevity and health by reducing age-related muscle decline, promoting mitochondrial function, and delaying the onset of age-related diseases.
Quality and Purity

Our ingredients are pharmaceutical grade, third-party lab tested, and traceable. 

We proudly adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), ensuring that each component of our formulation meets the most stringent scientific criteria for quality and purity.

Each batch undergoes rigorous testing and is validated by accredited laboratories.

Hallmarks of Aging

Our new understandings of the mechanisms behind aging offer a practical blueprint for slowing down the aging process.

By understanding these fundamentals, we are already creating increasingly effective formulations which promote longevity and improved quality of life.

Telomeres, the protective caps at the ends of chromosomes, shorten over time. This shortening limits the number of times a cell can divide, contributing to cellular aging and increasing the risk of age-related diseases.
Changes in epigenetic markers, which regulate gene expression, occur with age. These alterations can lead to the activation of harmful genes or the silencing of beneficial ones, affecting cellular function and contributing to aging.
As we age, cells become less efficient at producing and folding proteins, as well as clearing out damaged ones. This decline in proteostasis can lead to the accumulation of harmful protein aggregates, contributing to diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Over time, DNA accumulates mutations and damage, leading to genomic instability. This instability can disrupt cellular functions and is a major driver of cancer and other age-related diseases.
Mitochondria, the energy-producing units in cells, become less efficient with age. This decline in performance contributes to cellular aging and is implicated in a range of age-related conditions, from neurodegenerative diseases to muscle weakness.
Cells enter a state where they can no longer divide but remain metabolically active. This state contributes to aging by secreting inflammatory substances and occupying space, thereby affecting tissue function and promoting age-related diseases.
Aging disrupts the pathways that regulate nutrient sensing, such as mTOR and sirtuins. These disruptions can lead to metabolic imbalances, affecting everything from energy production to cellular repair mechanisms.
Aging affects how cells communicate with each other, often leading to increased inflammation and decreased tissue repair. These changes contribute to the aging process and exacerbate age-related diseases.
Over time, the number and potency of stem cells decline, reducing the body’s ability to repair and regenerate tissues. This exhaustion is a key factor in the aging process, leading to frailty and increased vulnerability to diseases.

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