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Anti A-G-E with ANTIOXIDANTS & Q10 30 Tablets

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    Aging is a complex mechanism of progressive and irreversible processes occurring to molecules, to cells and to the whole organism and ending with death. Genetic factors and the combination of environmental interactions playnthe most important role in its development. The environmental effects, such as irradiation, toxic chemicals, metal ions, and free radicals play a determinant role in the development of aging. The mechanism of aging involves changes in acromolecules caused by free radicals, non-enzymatic glycosylation and apoptosis.

     

    Dosage

    Adults – Take 2 tablets twice daily, one dose in the morning and one dose before sleep, or as professionally recommended.

     

    Ingredients

    Each 4 tablet contain: Grape Seed 3000mg, Mucuna Pruriens 3000mg, Ginkgo Biloba 2000mg, Milk Thistle 2000mg, Bacopa Monniera 2000mg, Tumeric 1000mg, L-Arginine Pyroglutamate 1000mg, Deer Velvet 500mg, L-Glutamine 300mg, Colotrum 200mg, L-Lysine 200mg, L-Ornithine 150mg, Acetyl-LCarnitine 150mg, Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 50mg, L-Carnosine 50mg, Coenzyme Q10 30mg, Phosphatidyl Serine 20mg, Alpha Lipoic Acid 5mg, Piperine 5mg, Dalpha Tocopherol (Vitamin E) I5iu,

    This product contains tableting aids and coating colour. Some herbal extracts used.

     

    Cautions:

    Seek professional health advice if pregnant, lactating, suffering a medical condition or taking medication before supplementing. In rare cases, some ingredients may cause an allergic reaction.

     

    What is Anti A-G-E ?

    Aging is a complex mechanism of progressive and irreversible processes
    occurring to molecules, to cells and to the whole organism and ending with
    death. Genetic factors and the combination of environmental interactions play
    the most important role in its development. The environmental effects, such
    as irradiation, toxic chemicals, metal ions, and free radicals play a
    determinant role in the development of aging. The mechanism of aging
    involves changes in macromolecules caused by free radicals, non-enzymatic
    glycosylation and apoptosis.
    Human serum contains many different antioxidants that may be important in
    the maintenance of antioxidant protection. Aging decreases the level of
    enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidants in plasma. Goraca A. from Institute
    of Physiological and Biochemistry in Poland investigated the total antioxidant
    capacity in plasma obtained from healthy young and old volunteers in a study
    using the ferric reducing antioxidant capacity.

    Pro-life has developed an innovative product, Anti A-G-E, which is a
    comprehensive formulation for enhancing the antioxidant protection. It also
    contains nutrients that help support the body to maintain optimum health.

     

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