Cellular Longevity Is Where It's At

A New Way To Fight Aging…

The fight against aging has been our preoccupation for decades, centuries even. In the last few years the upsurge in pharmaceutical and natural supplements, claiming to help combat the aging process, has been astonishing. The fact is, until now, big pharma and less-than-honest companies have played on our emotions, our fear of aging, in order to make us swallow a too-good-to-be-true pill: the hope that aging can somehow be reversed. The truth is, they've been coming at the problem of aging all wrong and have focused instead on what will make them money.

CELLULAR LONGEVITY IS KEY

Both the pharmaceutical and natural product industries have tackled the aging dilemma with temporary fixes and surface solutions, developing supplements that do little to combat aging. While some products may appear to provide improvement in reducing Inflammation, reducing joint and muscle pain, boosting immune system and energy levels, their effectiveness is short-lasting and, in many cases, non-existent. Often, their supplements are chock-full of fillers, ingredients that may not be detrimental to your health but serve no valid function.

The issue here is that these products do not address the problem of aging at the cellular level. Only when this is done, can effective, long-lasting change happen. When a supplement can induce autophagy, a cleansing and recycling process that removes cellular gunk, then reversing aging at the cellular level is set in motion.

 

THE STAR INGREDIENT THAT JUMPSTARTS AUTOPHAGY

The Ashitaba plant, also known as Tomorrow's Leaf, which hails from Japan, contains a flavonoid called 4,4’-Dimethoxychalcone (DMC). This flavonoid acts as a cellular garbage collector, if you will, and boosts overall cellular health. When combined with other cellular-boosting ingredients such as Gotu Kola, a strong antioxidant that helps repair damaged skin and cells, Gynostemma pentaphyllum, an herb that provides cellular metabolism and immune support, and other powerhouse ingredients that boost cellular longevity, autophagy is safely jumpstarted. These cellular boosters can be found in Samurai Shield, developed by Lifesprout Bioceuticals, who are all about taking a smart and educated approach to the protection of our health.

 

EASY ANTI-AGING STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TODAY

When it comes to the fight against aging, it really doesn't need to be complicated, time consuming or uninspired …

Step 1: Take a daily supplement

Choose one that is made up of 100% natural ingredients that help your body at a cellular level. One like Samurai Shield, that has effective anti-aging properties and promotes optimal cellular health.

Step 2: Walk it out

You don't have to be an athlete of epic proportions to fight the ravages of aging on your body. Just a little daily walk of 20 minutes goes a long way to keeping your body fit. Can't get outside because of the weather conditions? Then walk inside your home, from room to room. Confined to one or two rooms? Just pace back and forth while watching your favorite TV show or listening to a podcast or the radio.

Step 3: Have a positive mindset

Keep a positive outlook in all circumstances. Sounds simplistic but there is truth behind the saying "You are what you think". Whether you try saying positive affirmations, meditating or calling a friend to chat, you'll be doing yourself a world of good, both inside and out.
 

So, you see, aging doesn't have to be a dreaded process. In fact, it can be the most rewarding time of your life. As they say, "there is no dress rehearsal", this is it. Your time to thrive is now!

Kimberly Langdon M.D. is a retired, board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist with 19-years of clinical experience. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine, earning Honors in many rotations. She then completed her OB/GYN residency program at The Ohio State University Medical Center, earning first-place for her senior research project and placed in the 98th percentile on the national exam for OB/GYN residents in the U.S.

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