Un complex de activare a Telomerazei impreuna cu o matrice de imbunatatire a functiilor mitocondriale (trebuie incluse doar substante naturale, altfel imitatiile chimice declanseaza proliferarea celulelor canceroase)I. Telos 95: blend of organic grapevine and olive leaves.
II. Astragalus Root has been celebrated in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries... as an “energy cure.” This “age-reversing” root contains a key component called cycloastragenol… that’s uniquely capable of “rolling back the years.” UCLA study 8
III. Vitamin D3 with
IV. Vitamin K2. Few people know how PROVEN and powerful vitamin D3 is when it comes to the health of our telomeres. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found those who supplemented with vitamin D3 had longer telomeres than those who didn’t.10 A strong link emerged between vitamin D3 and longer, healthier telomeres.11 Vitamin D3 is thought to lengthen telomeres by decreasing inflammation… but there’s usually some “drama” around vitamin D3! There’s the “calcium concern”... because Vitamin D3 helps the body soak up calcium like it’s going out of style. So that’s why is needed vitamin D3 & vitamin K2 complex. Because Vitamin K2 calmly steps in and takes all the drama away. K2 is the body’s “balancer”... and it neutralizes any of the possible “calcium concern” from too much vitamin D3.
BONUS IMPACT! K2 doesn’t just let you enjoy the “age-reversing” support of Vitamin D3, it’s also seen as a superstar of the future by cardiologists, thanks to new evidence that it can push calcium out of the arteries.13 IMPORTANT WELLNESS NOTE: Vitamin K2 can potentially interfere with blood-thinners. So please do NOT claim your risk-free trial bottles of Genesis if you take a blood-thinner.
V. Pterostilbene found in blueberries… like “age-stopper” is part of a plant’s natural defense system. . is a true-blue superfood! That means it helps generate additional antioxidants to fight off the free-radicals that tear away at us as we age.16 Problem is… we’d have to eat over 500 cartons of blueberries to ingest enough Pterostilbene to experience its “rust removal” powers…No wonder supplementation has become the wisest way to put the proven powers of Pterostilbene to work for you! The nature-identical version of this amazing compound… pTeroPure... has fast become the gold-standard Pterostilbene product for savvy supplement customers. Which is why you’ll find a standard clinical 50 mg dose of pTeroPure. Pterostilbene is a full 4 times MORE absorbable and usable… and stays in the body 7 times longer... than Resveratrol...
VI. Are We Finally Looking At A Cancer Killer? The free bonus report shares how Pterostilbene has been linked to the reversal of heart disease and high blood pressure18… even to defending the body from cancers in the breast, colon, stomach, lungs and prostate. 19, 20 Well, that’s how our DNA is forced to live if our cells don’t get enough alpha lipoic acid. This “super-antioxidant” cleans out the waste in our cells. Without this “clean-freak” compound… our cells would become cellular dumpsters… putting our fragile DNA in peril. Alpha lipoic acid forms a “trash removal team” for your cells that removes energy-sapping waste all day long.
PLUS… it helps stop the rise of free radicals in the first place… and can even reverse some of the damage your mitochondria have already suffered at the hands of oxidative damage.21
Better still... other antioxidants like vitamin C and vitamin E only work in water. However, alpha lipoic acid is both fat and water soluble. So it can go to work throughout your entire body!
Lab tests at the Emory School of Medicine showed alpha lipoic acid can lengthen telomeres in the smooth muscle of heart cells.22
VII. CoQ10…Without enough CoQ10 in our cells, our bodies can spiral into an “energy crisis.” As you can see in the chart below... the CoQ10 levels in our heart and lungs plunge as we age…
Scaderea nivelului de Q10 cu varsta in ficat, rinichi, plamani si muschiul cardiac
VIII. OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes) are super-strong antioxidants…20 times stronger than vitamin E… and a whopping...50 Times More Powerful Than Vitamin C!23
Grape Seed Extract (GSE) helps to increase the oxygen intake of your mitochondria.
GSE opens up your mitochondria’s “air passages” and lets them take the cellular equivalent of those big, deep breaths we take at the doctor’s office…And that means much more energy for YOU!
That means most of the time - even after a busy day - you’ll feel like you’ve still got gas in the tank. GSE is so powerful it can even “bond” with the collagen in your skin… promoting a more youthful, elastic and wrinkle-free look.24
A supplement is a much easier way to get a clinical 100 mg dose of GSE. Researchers at New York’s Mount Sinai School of Medicine found that compounds within grape seeds called polyphenols help prevent brain “protein errors” linked to the onset of Alzheimer's and dementia. It does show great promise for the future.25
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10 - http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/86/5/1420.abstract
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12 - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18021748
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22 - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26299964
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