Do You Need An Anti Aging Supplement?



Supplements Anti Aging Supplement

Of course, I'd say yes!


Supplements to Include in your Diet

A dietary or nutritional supplement is a preparation intended to

add nutrients to your diet.

So by adding any Anti Aging Supplement to your diet, along with

other nutritious Anti Aging Foods, you can improve your mental

and physical health for as long as possible.



And you can find Health and Wellness through your everyday lifestyle choices in Nutrition, Alternative Medicine, Physical Fitness and more. Supplements which are supposed to work well compliment existing

Theories of Aging, but ultimately you choose which Anti Aging

Supplement is best for you, once you have the right information. I've recently learned of a new concentrated Super Food Supplement that will enable your body to release between 3 and 4 million

adult stem cells to enable whole body healing and repair after

each dose. Click on the preceding link for all the details. And with all the fascinating work being done with Resveratrol, the choice of good Supplements gets better and

better. Any Anti Aging Supplement will tend to fall into the following

categories:

Antioxidants: First discovered at the beginning of the 1900s,

Antioxidants have been well documented concerning their potential to support

body health. Fats and Oils, such as Omega 3 Oils, so important for the correct functioning of all cells.

Hormones: These are the body’s ‘chemical messengers’, hormones help to target physical and emotional responses.

So as hormone levels decrease with aging, so do many of the body’s physical and mental responses such as libido, sharp memory and energy levels.

Hormones used as anti aging supplements include:

DHEA:

shortened from the tongue twisting word Dehydroepiandrosterone.

Testosterone: Provides the sex drive in both men and women and also plays an important role in maintaining muscle mass, strength and bone density.

Oestrogen and Progesterone: These female steroid hormones play important roles in maintaining bone density and strength, sexual function, mental function and, in

women, in countering the effects of the menopause.

Research suggests that oestrogen may be an effective treatment for age-associated memory problems.

Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland. It is released every night as part of the body’s time-dependent biorhythms to help induce sleep and recuperation from fatigue.

Research indicates the importance of maintaining youthful levels of melatonin to help protect against age-related degenerative diseases.

Pregnenolone is the precursor of a number of hormones including

DHEA,

testosterone and oestrogen. Research suggests that Pregnenolone has a stimulatory effect on memory.

Amino Acids: The building blocks of proteins, there are more than 20+ amino acids which your body needs. Separate amino acids can be used as supplements including:

Acetyl-L-carnitine: used to boost energy production in the cell mitochondria.

Carnosine: made from a combination of the amino acids beta-alanine and L-histidine, high levels of Carnosine are found in nerve and muscle cells.

Supplementing with Carnosine is thought to help minimise the development of wrinkles by reducing the Glycation process.

Cysteine is thought to act as an oxidant.

Tyrosine is thought to help regulate hormones and deal with stress.

L-Arginine is thought to help relax blood vessels and increase immunity.



Herbs Popular Anti Aging Herbs include:

Ginseng: Used to alleviate stress and stimulate mental and physical activity

Ashwagandha: A traditional Indian Medicine that has been used for centuries against infectious diseases.

It contains amongst other substances superoxide dismutase.

Ashwagandha is used to relieve stress and strengthen the immune system.

Garlic: A great anti aging herb and well known for its many health benefits.

Garlic contains Alliin and Allicin, as well as over 100 other compounds including vitamins A, B1, C and E and the minerals calcium, copper, selenium zinc, potassium and iron.

Vitamins: Vitamins such as Vitamin A vitamin C, Vitamin E and vitamin B2, act as natural antioxidants.

Enzymes Our bodies produce several antioxidant enzymes, including superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase, and catalase.

Supplementing with some or all of these enzymes may help to increase antioxidant activity.

Science produces An Anti Aging Supplement which Targets the Sources of Aging

Whilst some or all of the above supplements may give anti aging

benefits, Research Teams of Scientists around the globe have

been able to produce ingestible supplements which directly

regulate, or ‘reset’ clusters of genes responsible for

maintaining the body in a youthful state.

The genes which these supplements target belong to the

mitochondrial DNA

And the supplements target the mitochondria of the heart, muscle and brain tissues.

So taking these supplements, scientists claim will restore your body’s energy, vitality and youthfulness, because mitochondria are the ‘power houses’ of cellular energy.

Just think about that! Supplements which maintain your body in a youthful state!

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