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Life Extension One-Per-Day Tablets is a top-quality complex of vitamins and microelements that support the functioning of the body in a complex way. Its efficiency is guaranteed by as many as three formulas: LycoBeads®, L-OptiZinc® and Crominex®, which exhibited high potential in clinical tests. The blend consists of many forms of various compounds, and the comfortable form of tablets guarantees easy use.
Metabolic processes under control
Each cell in the system, regardless of its function, has a specific energy requirement. Energy is obtained from complicated metabolic processes coordinated by specialised proteins functionally bound with vitamins or microelements.
Delivered with food, carbohydrates, fats, and in extreme cases also proteins are burnt as energy substrates that enable the production of energy stored in ATP. The processes can occur both in less efficient anaerobic conditions and in much more profitable aerobic conditions. The latter require not only the presence of oxygen itself, but also complex cooperation of proteins with B vitamins.
The last stage of anaerobic respiration is the production of lactic acid. Its deposition in tissues can be caused by, e.g., vitamin B1 (thiamine) deficiency. Excessive deposition of the metabolite can exceed the compensatory ability of the body and lead to acidosis. That is because the vitamin acts as an element connecting aerobic and anaerobic processes. However, it does not work on its own; it cooperates with pantothenic acid and alpha-lipoic acid. The final effect of their activity is the prevention of lactic acidosis.
The production of ATP is impossible without the participation of niacinamide and riboflavin, compounds playing the role of coenzymes, promoting the processes of glucose and fatty acid oxidation.
Cardiovascular system protection
These days, many people struggle with chronic circulatory problems that significantly reduce the quality of life and contribute to reduced longevity. Their cause are usually constant stress, lack of sleep hygiene, and an improper diet lacking vitamins and microelements.
The most common condition of arteries is the process of atherosclerosis. The formation of atherosclerotic plaque continues for years without giving any symptoms whatsoever. The most important factor predisposing to its development is a high blood cholesterol level; however, studies have shown that the amino acid homocysteine can also affect vascular health.
Atherosclerosis prevention includes reducing the levels of the two compounds. Homocysteine is formed as a result of inhibited metabolic transformations, which prevents the conversion of methionine into cysteine. That is caused by deficiencies of the vitamins present in this supplement: L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate, methylcobalamin, and various forms of vitamin B6. In clinical practice, supplementing their deficiencies leads to a reduced risk of dangerous complications of atherosclerosis, such as a heart attack or a stroke.
The above-described processes occur when blood vessels are inflamed. Preventing inflammation is possible thanks to bio-quercetin obtained from the Japanese pagoda tree flower buds. The substance is placed in a phytosome, a special phospholipid casing that guarantees the highest bioavailability on the market. The activity of quercetin is based on inhibiting the action of cyclooxygenases, that is enzymes responsible for the production of mediators of inflammation. Additionally, the compound itself promotes the restoration of hyaluronic acid, a crucial component of connective tissue forming the inside layer of blood vessels.
Regulation of glucose management
Cardiovascular diseases are closely knit with a more and more common condition, particularly frequent in obese individuals – type 2 diabetes. Its main symptom is an elevated blood sugar level, which wreaks havoc in many organs and tissues. Apart from using prescribed medication, it is a good idea to consider introducing more chromium to the diet.
Research has shown that regular intake of chromium and apigenin in chronic hyperglycaemia helps to reduce it. Their synergistic activity alleviates insulin resistance in target tissues (mainly the muscles) by releasing glucose transporters to the surface of cell membranes, thanks to which excess sugar can permeate inside cells. That way, the blood is “filtered” and glucose levels go back to normal. Another microelement that plays a role in carbohydrate metabolism in molybdenum. The element also helps to increase the bioavailability of iron, reducing the risk of anaemisation.
Healthy bones and joints
With each year of life, natural destructive processes weaken the musculoskeletal system, which leads to a decrease in mobility. One of the reasons of that phenomenon is lower bone mineralisation, which concerns particularly post-menopausal women and seniors. That is because an aging body experiences changes in the endocrine system, including decreasing levels of sex hormones.
Recently, a lot of studies have been conducted regarding the effect of vitamin D3 on the functioning of the human body. One of its primary functions is regulating calcium management. Cholecalciferol has been demonstrated to increase the availability of calcium ions, increasing their absorption in the intestines and kidneys, while boron inhibits their release from bones, preventing decalcification and increased susceptibility to fractures. Additionally, vitamin D regulates the functioning of osteoblasts and osteoclasts, promoting the process of bone mineralisation.
With joint health in mind, the producer included another microelement in the supplement: manganese. It turns out that its regular intake with food promotes the production of chondroitin and hyaluronic acid. The two compounds participate in the production of synovial fluid, which serves as a natural lubricant in joints that reduces friction and, as a result, cartilage damage.
For beautiful skin, hair and nails
The skin and its derivatives are an organ with a huge surface and a number of essential functions, including thermoregulation, gas exchange, and the fluid and electrolyte balance. Their hygiene requires not only proper care on the outside, but also a balanced diet.
One of the substances essential for the skin is vitamin A. By promoting keranocyte differentiation, it supports epidermal regeneration, and by stimulating collagen and elastin production of fibroblasts, it helps to increase its firmness. Vitamin A derivatives (retinoids) have been used for years in dermatology to treat acne, as they inhibit secretion in sebaceous glands.
By providing sulphur for keratin production, biotin also helps to prevent the destruction of the top layer of the epidermis. It glues the cells of the stratum corneum together, which prevents excessive loss of water.
Efficient help in female ailments
More and more women are at risk of endocrine problems, whose symptoms are irregular periods, low libido, and bad mood. Unfortunately, they can be connected with improper functioning of the ovaries or thyroid gland.
Numerous studies have confirmed the efficiency of inositol in the treatment of the polycystic ovary syndrome. It allows a reduction of elevated blood androgen levels, which helps to decrease hyperinsulinaemia, hirsutism, and greasy skin.
The correct functioning of the thyroid is determined by iodine. Its presence is necessary for the synthesis of the hormones T3 and T4, whose deficiency can be observed in hypothyroidism. Providing the microelement can prove helpful in women who often feel weak or have observed a sudden increase in body mass or diastolic blood pressure.
Manhood under control
Healthy and strong men are characterised by neat facial hair, large muscle mass, and proper sexual functions. All those factors depend on the functioning of the endocrine system, particularly the pituitary-gonadal axis. The modern lifestyle, full of stress and bad eating habits, can disturb the endocrine balance, resulting in lower testosterone levels.
Those problems can be reduced by regular intake of zinc. Numerous studies have proven its positive effect on the quality of semen in men. The element promotes sperm survival, which indirectly increases the chances of conceiving a baby. It has also been observed that as a component of intracellular structures called zinc fingers, zinc also promotes the synthesis of new muscle proteins. That translates into better regeneration and more efficient muscle mass growth.
As mentioned before, most cells in the body conduct a number of biochemical reactions to obtain energy, including aerobic processes. However, ATP is not the only product – the processes result in the production of harmful free radicals as well. Their excess contributes to the occurrence of inflammation, which distorts the proper functioning of organs and tissues.
Fortunately, the human body is equipped with efficient mechanisms that deal with the highly reactive compounds. However, when those means are insufficient, support from the outside is really important.
The supplement contains vitamin C, vitamin E with its derivatives, tocopherols, lycopene, and selenium, which are an effective tool in the fight against free radicals, either directly or as structural elements of enzymes, reducing them to completely harmless compounds. That way inflammation is reduced and tissues can go back to their normal functioning.
Better mood and cognitive functions
Few people know that magnesium is an element that can do more than just reduce excessive muscle excitability, visible in frequent muscle cramps. It also crosses the blood-brain barrier, thanks to which it can act within the structures of the central nervous system itself.
Just like in neuromuscular junctions, magnesium regulates nerve cell excitability in the areas of the brain responsible for cognitive functions. Thanks to that, it enhances memory, which naturally declines with age. Moreover, by affecting NMDA receptors, it regulates glutamatergic transmission, preventing depression in predisposed individuals.
To a great extent, the brain consists of lipid substances whose losses must be constantly made up for. The restoration of neurolemmas takes place in the presence of phosphatidylcholine, another substance included in this supplement. Its proper supply guarantees the maintenance of a healthy nervous system.
It is very hard to imagine following your current lifestyle with a significant vision problem. Many people struggle with minor ailments connected with the eyes that can have bothersome symptoms, reducing the quality of everyday life.
Lutein and zeaxanthin, also contained in the product, are compounds of the carotenoid group, obtained from a marigold flower extract. They protect the retina of the eye, which is responsible for the reception of visual stimuli from the outside environment. The substances protect the cells in the eye from degeneration caused by excess free radicals formed during intensive metabolic processes.
To sum up, Life Extension One-Per-Day Tablets is a preparation intended for everyday supplementation. It is particularly recommended for people who want to affect the balance of the body in a complex way by eliminating deficiencies of the most common deficient microcomponents.
Take one (1) tablet daily with a meal, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
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