This calculator is created based on the original Baati longevity paper. Since Baati et al used SES Research ESS60 in the experiment, it is important that this calculator gives an equivalent serving size based scientifically.
In the original peer-reviewed published study which utilized our product, ESS60, was intended to be a toxicity study and turned into a longevity experiement. That same study also reviewed the effect of ESS60-olive oil solution on oxidative stress. The study was performed on rats so it is necessary to do an allometric
based conversion to get an appropriate serving size for humans.
What is allometric scaling?
It is not the case that a serving size based on weight for a rat has a 1-to-1 ratio to a serving size based on weight for humans. This is due to the difference in metabolism. A human-sized rat would not have the same metabolism as a human and a rat-sized human would not have the same metabolism as a rat. The best way to relate the metabolism difference is based on the surface area of the subjects. This is called allometric scaling
Serving Size by weight for ESS60.
Use the calculator below to find a relevant human serving.