VitalYouth® Antiaging Multivitamin - 6 month supply (180 Tablets) for only $0.52 per day
VitalYouth Anti-aging Multivitamin
- A balanced blend of anti-aging nutrients to protect cells against free radical damage and oxidative stress.
Directions of use:
Take 1 tablet per day with sufficient water. Preferably with a meal.
ANTIOXIDANTS HELP NEUTRALIZE FREE RADICALS.
In 1956, Dr. Denham Harmon hypothesized that free radicals are responsible for the aging process. Years later, Harmon revised the free radical theory by including the mitochondria and their key role in aging. Since then, much correlative evidence supporting the theory has been published.
VITALYOUTH® PROVIDES A BALANCED BLEND OF ANTI-AGING NUTRIENTS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT HEALTHY MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION AND PROTECT CELLS AGAINST FREE RADICAL DAMAGE.
VITALYOUTH® is a unique and carefully selected mix of hydrophilic- and lipophilic antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, L-carnitine, alpha-lipoic acid, and CoQ10. Due to the fact that many antioxidants may actually convert to potentially oxidizing products if administrated at too high concentration levels, we paid special attention not to overdose any of the ingredients and still obtain maximum protection. This explains why VITALYOUTH® is one of our products most recommended by doctors.
L-carnitine is an amino acid-derived compound necessary for the transport of long-chain fatty acids as fuel into the mitochondria. Alpha-lipoic acid is unique in that, like Vitamin C, it is effective as an antioxidant in water-based phases such as blood ; yet as its reduced metabolite, hydrolipoic acid (DHLA), it is also effective in protecting fatty tissues and membranes, a role shared with Vitamin E. Alpha-lipoic acid is a highly effective nutritional antioxidant in bolstering cellular and tissue levels of glutathione.
CoQ10 is an antioxidant and is essential for the conversion of the food we eat into energy. L-carnitine, alpha-lipoic acid, and CoQ10 are used together because of their uniquely beneficial interplay within the mitochondria.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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