Live Well Corner: Slow Aging Down Naturally at the Cellular Level?

Slow Aging Down Naturally at the Cellular Level?

By Joanne Troppello

Resveratrol has been in the news lately. It’s a compound which is found in red wine and has properties to slow aging down at the cellular level. New drug being developed using compound found in red wine 'could help humans live until they are 150'.

You may or may not have heard, but there are two ingredients in red wine which slow aging. What are those ingredients? They are grape seed extract and resveratrol.

However, in conjunction with this topic, there has been an even greater breakthrough with a resveratrol anti-aging liquid dietary supplement product—which is all-natural—and “harnesses the powerful antioxidant properties of rare muscadine grapes and has been shown to be 10x more powerful than resveratrol alone in slowing a key mechanism of cellular aging.

There is science behind these facts. You can check out more information here: A study on Resveratrol by What are the wonderful results of using such a dietary supplement?

It has been clinically found to slow aging at four levels of cellular physiology: cell defense, cell energy, cell repair and cell performance.

Normal, biological stressors, which normally lead to cellular aging, have been noticed to be diminished. As we age, the energy of cell reproduction which we used to have, decreases.

With this type of resveratrol supplement, the vital ingredients have been seen to increase energy production. Daily, our DNA is attacked a million times over. All of these attacks can damage our DNA and create errors which can possibly compromise our cells’ jobs and durability. AGE proteins which form are destructive and can amass and end in cell impairment. With such a resveratrol supplement, this issue is also improved by better cell performance.

For more information on healthy agingVivix: liquid dietary supplement

What steps are you taking to live a healthier lifestyle?

#Resveratrol #Vivix #DNA #AntiAging

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