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Life Extension Magazine

February 2016

Launch Interactive Issue

Shilajit Boosts CoQ10 Efficiency

When coenzyme Q10 is combined with shilajit there is an even greater improvement in mitochondrial function and conversion of food into energy. Shilajit plus CoQ10 synergistically boosts cellular energy, which is vital to safeguarding one’s health.

Reports

Beauty from Within: Healthy Hair, Skin, and Nails

Wrinkled skin, brittle nails, and dry hair indicate a decline in our internal structural proteins. Replenishing these proteins through bioavailable keratin, collagen, and other micronutrients can revitalize skin, hair, and nails from the inside out.

Slow the Progression of Atherosclerotic Plaque

Long before a heart attack/stroke occurs, fatty plaques form in the arteries. In a significant advance, two nutrients have been shown to dramatically slow the worsening of atherosclerotic plaque (by 95%), reduce unstable plaque, and improve endothelial function (by 66%).

Prevent Age-Related Vision Loss

New evidence corroborates that lutein and zeaxanthin strongly maintain the eye’s macula, enabling aging adults to reduce the risk of macular degeneration by 40%. Other studies show that these plant carotenoids protect against cataracts and other degenerative disorders.

Environmental Toxins and Cancer Risk

We are surrounded by environmental toxins that lead to DNA damage and cancer. Compelling studies show how specific nutrients can protect and help counteract these harmful chemicals.

Smoking: The Leading Cause of Avoidable Death

Recently, The New England Journal of Medicine reported that smoking raises the risk of nearly every known disease, from kidney and liver disease to diabetes and Crohn’s disease. For those who do not smoke, avoiding second- and thirdhand smoke is imperative.

Departments

As We See It

The Most Sought-After Anti-Aging Drug

Back in the 1980s-1990s, Life Extension® battled the FDA to approve a European drug called deprenyl. The reason we fought so hard was because deprenyl studies showed remarkable longevity benefits in animals and elevations of “feel-good” dopamine in humans. The FDA finally approved deprenyl, but only for treating Parkinson’s disease. For those unable to obtain a deprenyl prescription, compelling research shows that a novel green oat extract exerts the same mechanism as deprenyl to preserve brain dopamine levels. Clinical studies show how this green oat extract can improve blood flow to the brain and cognitive function.


In The News

CoQ10 supports periodontal health; vitamin D slashes cancer mortality up to 52%; cranberries boost vascular function; metabolic syndrome increases vitamin E requirement; vitamin C has benefits similar to exercise; vitamin D maintains muscle; calcium reduces ICU mortality; omega-3 slows cognitive decline, and much more.

Wellness Profile

Sandy and Stewart Levine

Sandy and Stewart Levine have supported each other in their health program throughout their 46-year marriage. As Life Extension® proponents, they explain the diet, supplements, and exercises that make up their ongoing health and longevity choices.

Journal Abstracts