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As you age, your body's own levels of naturally occurring anti-aging nutrients, such as Co-enzyme Q 10, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, and Alpha Lipoic Acid, plummet. And they can't be replaced by the food you eat.

Reaching deep inside your cells, the ingredients in the Super Rejuvenation Caps, including the priceless Resveratrol, unlock your body's natural ability to live longer and in great health. With unmatched potency, this fantastic combination of life-saving nutrients helps stop accelerated aging.

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Are You Lacking Energy and Aging too Fast?

Before the age of 40, you can pretty much do what you want. But after 40 and especially as we get over 50, we may start to drag. If you're like most of my patients over the age of 40, you've probably noticed that you seem to "hit the wall"-- without that afternoon cup of coffee, you're useless for the rest of the day. You'd like to go to the gym, but you're too tired. Or you go to get some exercise, but it often wipes you out.

The Benefits of The Super Rejuvenation Caps

The Super Rejuvenation Caps will, first and foremost, provide the nutritional support to help you live a lot longer and magnify your quality of life. You will feel and look years younger.

Here's how:

  • Reduces aches and pains
  • Turns on your longevity genes
  • Supports blood sugar regulation
  • Increases your strength and energy
  • Reduces inflammation throughout your body
  • Protects your heart from cholesterol damage
  • Maximizes immunity and inhibits cancer development
  • Soothes hot flashes, mood issues, and flagging energy associated with menopause

You might think that having your clock run down a little is an inevitable part of aging. But I want to reassure you that the fantastic complement of nutrients I've formulated in one energy-rebuilding, rejuvenating supplement can help you feel like a million bucks in no time at all.

“Since taking the Super Rejuvenation Caps, many people have remarked how much younger I look. I feel great, too. Thank you so much.
~ Sharon L., 64 year old, Retireee, Melbourne, Australia.

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References


Acetyl L Carnitine

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Alpha lipoic acid

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Co Q 10

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Quercetin

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    Flavonoids apigenin and quercetin inhibit melanoma growth and metastatic potential. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/uids=10918203&dopt=Abstract
  2. Dietary wine phenolics catechin, quercetin, and resveratrol efficiently protect hypercholesterolemic hamsters against aortic fatty streak accumulation. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/uids=15769129&dopt=Abstract
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Resveratrol

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