An innovative and totally unique process breaks down the cell wall of organic spinach – something the body struggles to do– while still preserving the integrity of the plant’s protoplast, the most nutrient dense compartment. The isolated protoplasts from spinach contain organelles that work at a cellular level to assist in healthy aging. Solarplast provides the body with energy molecules, molecular chaperones and the complete glutathione antioxidant pathway which recycles antioxidants resulting in exponential activity. Each of these components plays a role in healthy aging by repairing the damage done to our bodies through our everyday modern lives.

Exponential Antioxidant Activity

Solarplast contains a potent mixture of antioxidant enzymes and single antioxidant molecules that attack all forms of oxidants and provide the components required to perpetuate the glutathione recycling mechanism leaving no harmful byproducts itself.

After exposing porcine liver to 500 mg of Acetaminophen for 30 minutes to simulate cellular damage by Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), the repair effect of various antioxidants was measured at 30-minute time intervals.

Results indicate that most antioxidants provided repair after 30 minutes with no further repair at 60 minutes. Solarplast® (100 mg) yielded a 35% repair to the liver during the first 30 minutes, while continuing to repair at more than 60% by 60 minutes.

Though many antioxidants can provide repair to liver damage, Solarplast® is more effective and is able to persist until all reaction components are fully used up.


Chaperones are proteins that assist the folding of other proteins, allowing them to correctly fold into their native conformation. Chaperones can provide stability and restore function to many proteins. Chaperones line the intestinal epithelia cells and provide protection from stress such as free radicals, heat, infection, etc.

Chaperones also participate in the repair mechanism of the intestinal tract. One of the biggest advantages is that chaperones along with co-factors such as magnesium and ATP can refold endogenous enzymes in the intestinal tract such as trypsin, lactase and pepsin.