From time immemorial, mankind has been searching for the secret to staying young and healthy. Just think of Cleopatra’s propensity for taking baths in ass’s milk, or the fabulous tales that span the globe of a healing and rejuvenating Fountain of Youth.
Today, antiaging is no longer the stuff of myth and legend, it is a worldwide movement dedicated to finding innovative new ways to slow down or reverse the processes of aging.
Encompassing nutrition, physical fitness, skin care and antiaging medicines, the modern antiaging industry is helping millions of people around the world to feel fitter, healthier and happier.
We can choose from a veritable cornucopia of antiaging products including creams, serums, elixirs, food supplements, vitamins, diet plans and exercise regimes – each designed to help slow down or reverse the signs of aging.
The concept of using diet, exercise and other healthy lifestyle choices to tackle premature aging first started to gain popularity around the middle of the last century.
Using Google Ngram we can see how the term ‘antiaging’ grew steadily in published literature from the 1940s to 1980s and then rocketed towards and into the new millennium. This mirrors society’s increasing desire and determination to stay young, fit and healthy.
Antiaging is an issue that is growing in importance because our lives are changing and so too are the ways we are living our lives.
We are living for longer, having children later on in life, and our working lives now look set to stretch well into our late 60s. This was confirmed recently when several countries, including the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Denmark and Australia announced that retirement ages are to be increased.
Life expectancy has been increasing steadily over the past 50 years. In 2012, life expectancy at birth for both sexes globally was 70 years, ranging from 62 years in low-income countries to 79 years in high-income countries. This is clearly illustrated in the World Health Organisation (WHO) map of healthy life expectancy:
With increasing lifespans comes the desire for increasing ‘health spans’ — time living in good health.
This point was recently highlighted by Dr David Katz, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center, when he said: "The next chapter in medical advance will need to be as much about lifestyle as medicine if we are to add life to years along with years to life."
We need to find ways to ensure that our quality of life keeps up with our extended years and lengthening responsibilities. And with a worldwide population of more than 500 million aging consumers and growing, it is clear that our demand for antiaging solutions will continue to increase.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to stay fit and healthier for much longer — even decades longer — so we can have more fun with our families?
Scientists may have made a significant breakthrough in the quest to find new and lasting ways to defy the effects of aging. An amazing new innovation that’s taking the global research community by storm may — at last — be exactly what we’ve all been looking for.
Groundbreaking research suggests that our own bodies may hold the key to antiaging — they may even help us to live longer, healthier lives. Scientists have discovered that by targeting naturally occurring peptide bioregulators we can significantly boost our own cell-repairing capabilities.
So rather than providing just a quick-fix, this new innovation looks like it could actually help our bodies to activate our own cell-repairing reserves supplied by nature — reserves that could hold the key to 30 more years of longevity.
If we look at the lifespans of the longest living persons we should, in theory, be able to live until we are 110 to 120. But the average lifespan remains at 70 years due, it is believed, to the many varied effects of premature aging. If it is possible to tap into our cell-repairing reserves we may be able to regain these lost decades.
So let’s just think of this for a moment. We may have finally found a safe and lasting way to reverse premature aging. What’s more, this same discovery could also enable us to live longer. And if all this wasn’t good news enough, it appears that the solution to antiaging may come naturally from our own bodies. So the fountain of youth may exist within us all — who knew?
Not surprisingly, this amazing discovery has caused great excitement across the globe, with many countries filing patents for new peptide bioregulators.
Many in the global research community have gone so far as to call it the New Russian Peptide Revolution after the group of Russian scientists who first made this astonishing antiaging breakthrough.
The group was led by Professor Vladimir Khavinson, President of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, (European Region) and Head of the St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology.
In a recent interview, he said:
“Europeans and America are getting older and living longer than ever before, nearly 10 years more than in 1960. Increased longevity is a great achievement and a great challenge. It is our task to turn challenges into opportunities and to make the most of the chances offered by the scientific community. Peptides will bring medicine and health systems to a new level with an accent to preventive medicine which will help to enhance human vital resource and add life to years.”
Our bodies are made up of trillions of cells and within each cell are hundreds of millions of protein molecules. Peptides are essentially proteins that are found in larger protein molecules.
Each protein has a unique structure and a specific task to perform; no wonder, then, that they are said to be the construction material of our bodies.
Scientists created the term ‘peptide bioregulator’ after discovering the vital role that peptides play in triggering the body’s natural reserves of rejuvenating stem cells.
Basically, when a peptide connects to the DNA segment that it’s designed to correspond with, it boosts the production of new tissue-specific proteins through a process known as protein synthesis. This, in turn, activates the specific organ’s reserve of stem cells to support organ function and repair damage.
Every organ has a 30% natural reserve of stem cells but peptide function depletes over time, lessening their ability to activate this reserve.
But, amazingly, scientists appear to have found a way to tap into our natural stem cell reserves so we can benefit from their healing and rejuvenating powers for longer.
Scientists are now able to produce peptide bioregulators which they say work in exactly the same way as the peptides created naturally by our bodies.
In tests, they found that these peptide regulators triggered a boost in organ function in the same way as if the organ had created the peptides organically.
Further studies have shown that peptide bioregulators can efficiently target and enhance specific bodily functions.
For example, a peptide bioregulator specifically created to trigger reserves of stem cells in the immune system helped to restore immune system function. Similarly, brain and heart peptide bioregulators aided brain function and heart recovery.
The peptide bioregulator breakthrough could have the potential to touch all of our lives. These extraordinary molecules could give us even more ammunition to help fight illness and disease naturally – and for longer.
They could also give us an enhanced quality of life by targeting and possibly reversing uncomfortable and inconvenient age-related conditions such as:
They may even give us precious extra time with those we hold most dear – not just days or weeks but years, maybe decades.
You too could benefit from this astonishing peptide innovation.
Antiaging Nutrition provides 25 individual peptide bioregulators, especially formulated to target specific key functions of the body including:
The team at Antiaging Nutrition believe that these peptide preparations are the natural answer to antiaging by working in harmony with the body. Each one has been specifically harnessed to enhance the body’s existing genetic abilities and help it to activate its own natural reserves of healing and rejuvenating stem cells.
In addition to these benefits, Antiaging Nutrition’s range of peptide bioregulators are said to be suitable and safe for both men and women, have no reported side effects and are convenient and easy to take.