fall into this category: memory disorders, cognitive disorders, loss of muscle tone, arthrosis, arthritis.

At the base of the longevity of our organism there are several scientific mechanisms, one of which is the functioning of the FREE RADICALS. Free radicals are waste molecules produced by oxygen metabolism. These molecules have the particularity of being very reactive and very unstable, which to recover their stability need to oxidize other molecules and this does not always have a positive effect.

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Dietary reccomendations: none in particular, but a balanced diet with the right amount of vitamins, proteins and starches is recommended.

Lifestyle reccomendations: moderate and regular physical activity is recommended.

WHAT IS LONGEVITY: Obviously our body has mechanisms to defend itself from the action of radicals, but over time these mechanisms lose efficiency little by little, so when free radicals are greater than the antioxidant capacity of the cell, they can create damage to the cell itself. phenomenon called oxidative stress. The most attached cellular components are proteins, phospholipids and especially DNA. Genes begin to produce abnormal proteins that are attacked by our immune system, triggering the process of autoimmunity and the decline of bodily functions; this explains why collagen, muscles, bones, neurons, etc. are “consumed” over time. Oxidative stress has also been associated with various diseases such as heart disease, arthritis and degenerative diseases (eg Alzheimer’s). The antioxidant principles of TURMERIC, RESVERATROL, LYCOPENE AND POMEGRANATE counteract the proliferation of free radicals

Furthermore, from the age of 30, the brain begins to lose a certain number of neurons every day due to a process called apoptosis, a sort of programmed cell death. Countering this decline is possible thanks to physical exercise, which plays a protective role against the nervous tissue. Physical activity, in fact, allows the muscles to release some neuroactive substances that stimulate the synthesis of BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor). This factor helps support the survival of existing neurons and promotes the growth and differentiation of new neurons and synapses.

GINSENG, SCHISANDRA and ELEUTEROCOCCUS are tonic-adaptogen roots that help the body adapt to stressful situations and improve physical performance. They also improve memory and concentration.

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