1. [BUSTED] Big Pharma caught BURYING the ‘Fountain of Youth’

    Imagine having a potential game-changer… a single molecule that can achieve what EVERYONE wants.

    It can slow… maybe even STOP… the aging process.

    Do you share it with the world? Or do you HIDE it?

    Guess which option Big Pharma has chosen.

    A few years back, GlaxoSmithKline bought a company doing some of the best research into one of the most promising compounds to fight aging… for a whopping $720 million.

    But just two years after this MASSIVE investment, they shut the WHOLE THING down!

    Suspicious? You bet it is!

    They’re spending money to HIDE the evidence… for as long as they can.

    Don’t let their scheme stop you from trying this miracle worker yourself.

    What have they got to hide?

    With its pricey investment, the Pharma giant likely had two goals in mind…

    And I GUARANTEE neither one was introducing the world to a cheap natural way to fight aging on a cellular level.

    The fact that these guys spent nearly three quarters of a billion dollars to shut resveratrol down should tell you EVERYTHING.

    Clearly, the “big boys” know that it works…

    So, why did they announce that all that expensive research was flawed?

    Clearly, they only had TWO options:

    1. To create, patent, and sell an expensive synthetic based on resveratrol, or
    2. Bury everything if they can’t.

    Looks like they went with that second option.

    Can’t have heathy old people who don’t need pricey meds now, can we???

    But don’t buy the line they’re trying to feed you…

    Resveratrol has worked miracles in mice.

    Now, I’ll admit that animal studies aren’t as good as human studies…

    But that $720 million made sure that no REAL human trials are coming anytime soon.

    We’re all mammals… so theoretically, there SHOULD be some human benefit.

    And I can tell you from experience that there IS.

    In fact, resveratrol tops my list of the best age-fighters out there.

    Most animal research I've seen tended to have resveratrol combined with quercetin, where they act together on more metabolic pathways.

    Along with curcumin, quercetinseems to enhance the absorption of resveratrol.

    And you get a bonus… because the resveratroland quercetinBOTH help you absorb curcumin.


    Finally, nobody talks about this as a “fountain of youth”… but the research on vitamin C is stellar.

    All tissue repair in your body requires vitamin C.

    And when it comes down to it, the fight against aging is ALL about helping your body make those repairs.

    Given that these are inexpensive and non-toxic, there’s no harm in trying them.

  2. Resveratrol benefits… could it be the “fountain of youth”?

    I'm a research junkie. I'll admit it. So I just about jumped out of my seat when I read that someone had finally tested resveratrol--the antioxidant superstar found in red wine and grapes--on actual human beings!

    Yes, nutritionists have known about the resveratrol benefits for decades. It helps tame inflammation and prevent oxidative stress. This is significant because unchecked inflammation and oxidative stress can lead to heart disease, stroke, type-2 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer's disease, and cancer. Even the mainstream press picked up on resveratrol a few years back when scientists proved it could extend the lifespan of mice by 20 percent! They dubbed it the "fountain of youth."

    But until last month, there was one giant problem with this antioxidant phenom: Zero clinical proof actually existed that it works on humans. (And I mean, ZERO.) There was plenty of data showing that it can increase the lifespan of roundworms, fruit flies, mice, and yeast. But nothing on humans...until last month. Will the resveratol benefits work on humans? You may be wondering, why all the fuss? If resveratrol is found in red wine...doesn't everyone know that drinking a glass of red wine is good for your health?

    And yes, that's true. But this study digs much deeper. In fact, it's the first- ever study showing why resveratrol may be a legit "fountain of youth" for humans after all. Specifically, scientists from the University of Buffalo wanted to see if resveratrol could decrease inflammation and oxidative stress in healthy men and women.

    So the scientists recruited 20 healthy men and women and took samples of their blood. Then, they split the participants into two groups. One group received 40 mg of resveratrol each day for six weeks. And the other group received a placebo.

    And here's what they found...

    Anti-aging extract scores off the charts!

    Resveratrol performed just as we all had hoped.

    First off, it blocked the formation of free radicals (reactive oxygen species or ROS). These harmful, unstable molecules cause damage to healthy cells. Over time, widespread free radical damage can harm your DNA and lead to a disease like cancer. But the participants who took resveratrol for six weeks significantly lowered their ROS levels.

    Secondly, the resveratrol group also lowered their TNF levels. TNF (or tumor necrosis factor) is a harmful protein that creates inflammation throughout the body. A few weeks ago, we talked about this harmful protein and the role it plays in rheumatoid arthritis.

    But TNF doesn't just harm rheumatoid arthritis patients. It causes widespread inflammation that can affect your blood vessels, your organs, your skin, and even your brain. It also messes with your body's insulin production. In fact, endocrinologists believe that lowering TNF levels will improve insulin resistance in diabetics.

    Small study, big impact

    Now, unfortunately this study is terribly small in scope with just 20 participants. Nevertheless, I think that it will have a big impact in the years to come. First off, it proves that resveratrol benefits can help control inflammation in humans.

    And that's huge! Inflammation is the underlying, biological cause of so many different uncured diseases -- from rheumatoid arthritis to Alzheimer's disease.

    Plus, it just builds more momentum for this superstar antioxidant. It will be interesting to see if one day scientists prove that resveratrol can extend your lifespan, as they proved with mice a few years back.

    So if you're not already taking something with resveratrol, now's definitely the time start! (Especially if you're over 50 or have an inflammatory disease.)

    And yes, you'll find resveratrol benefits in red wine and grapes. But you'd have to drink gallons of wine (or eat bushels of grapes) to get 100 mg of resveratrol. That's the amount you'll find in any quality resveratrol supplement. Most of these are derived from the Japanese knotweed herb.

    So take action now to keep feeling and looking young.

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