Anti-Aging Supplements - Backed by Science

Posted by on 3/29/2019 to Anti-Aging Patch
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There’s a huge range of anti-aging supplements that are now marketed across the world. Some make bold health claims while others rely on stylish package design. But the scientific evidence behind many of these products is questionable. Are they really proven to work? And if they do, which ingredients are the most effective? In this article, we review the evidence related to age-defying supplements to see if they really can help to maintain a natural youthfulness.

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Study Shows CoQ10 in PatchMD’s Anti-Aging Patch Saves Lives of Heart Failure Victims!

Posted by on 2/19/2016 to Anti-Aging Patch

This new study showed that even in patients with the most severe classes of heart failure, CoQ10 supplementation can restore deficient CoQ10 levels, extending life span and improving quality of life. The study, begun in 2003, included only the most severely affected patients (those in the New York Heart Association class III or IV). In addition to their regular medication, study subjects were randomly assigned to receive either 100 mg of CoQ10 or placebo 3 times daily. Each patient was followed up with a wide variety of outcomes measures for two years.

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How Curcumin in PatchMD’s Anti-Aging Patch Protects Against Cancer

Posted by on 2/4/2016 to Anti-Aging Patch

Curcumin is derived from the Indian spice turmeric and possesses several active components, all of which contribute to its anti-inflammatory and chemo preventive power. In fact, curcumin targets ten causative factors involved in cancer development. Disrupting any one of these factors gives you a good chance of preventing cancer; disrupting several provides even greater protection, including the prevention of DNA damage.

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Resveratrol Article in the Wall Street Journal

Posted by Laura Johannes on 12/22/2009 to Vitamin News

Red wine has long been touted as a health elixir. Now wine’s purported health-giving ingredient, resveratrol, is available in daily supplements, beverages and even a new nutritional bar claimed by sellers to help you live longer and help prevent cancer and other diseases. Until recently, the evidence for resveratrol has been animal data, but preliminary human testing has yielded intriguing results.

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