CA-98 increases telomerase

CA-98: a young mind is a joy forever!

We all want to live forever, but nobody actually wants to be old. If growing old means decline, health problems and loneliness, we’re suddenly not that interested anymore. Sure, we all go grey at one point and our skin isn’t going to stay elastic forever. However, those things can easily be fixed: an operation here and there and 70 is the new 30. But what about serious health issues and, maybe even scarier, dementia? Not something we look forward to. Let’s find out how a healthy life and CA-98 can keep your brain fit and young!

It’s a scenario no one wants to think about: growing old with a mind that slowly fades away. The signs are barely there at first. You forget your keys just a little too often and there is always an important ingredient missing when you return home with the groceries. No big deal, you think. Your loved ones start to see the more serious signs probably sooner than you do. You forget their names, their birthdays and in the end you don’t even recognize their faces anymore. It’s so sad that some people have to live their ‘golden years’ feeling alone and confused. That’s not how we imagine it!

Sadly, there still is no cure available for dementia. Dementia is a collective name for all kinds of disorders that lead to a decreased brain function. Some illnesses can damage the brain, but just the simple fact that we get older means an increasing risk of dementia. The fact that we all live a lot longer than we used to, means that more and more people will have to face dementia at one point in their lives. There might not be a cure yet, but there àre things you can do to keep your brain fit.

A healthy lifestyle begins with a well balanced diet. Eating well is good for your physical as well as your mental health. The brain, just like any other organ in your body, cannot work without energy. A steady supply of energy keeps your brain vivid and  makes you able to focus and concentrate. Essential fatty acids cannot be made by our body; we have to get omega-3 fats by eating things like oily fish, flaxseed, olive oil and walnuts (no wonder they are shaped like little brains!). Blueberries seem to be effective in delaying memory loss. Also blackcurrants, tomatoes and broccoli are perfect ‘brain foods’. Add supplements to your diet for optimal brain health, like multivitamin, B12, fish oil capsules or CA-98.

CA-98 increases telomerase. This important enzyme prevents our telomeres from shortening. The longer our telomeres, the better they can protect our DNA and thus our genes. The herbal CA-98 concentrate regenerates telomerase within our body cells. CA-98 therefore keeps the neurons of our brain young and in perfect shape. Together with nutritious food, CA-98  can help to improve your memory, lift your creativity and make you feel energized. But it’s not only about food. More brainpower? Better workout! Your brain needs to keep moving, just like the rest of your body, to keep in shape. Scientific studies prove that highly educated people are less likely to face dementia at an early age. That’s because they keep their brain active. Stay curious, try to learn new skills and read a good book once in a while to keep that grey matter alive and kicking!

Please note: product statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or their equivalent organisation in any country. No product is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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