Have you ever thought about the years ahead of you and wondered how you would look or feel when you reached those years?
Maybe you wondered if you would still be able to work out, garden, play tennis, chase after your grandchildren, or even golf.
While no one knows what really lies ahead, there are steps you can take to try to make all your anti-aging wishes come true.
In fact, I have heard Dr. Sears on many occasions say, “This is the one supplement everyone should take to look and feel their best.”
This little supplement does so much.
It may help fight and in some cases may prevent:
- Bone loss
- Age-related eye diseases
- Hardening of the arteries
- Memory loss
- High blood pressure
- Hair loss
- High cholesterol
- Dry skin and wrinkles
- Heart disease
The supplement I’m taking about is fish oil. But not just any fish oil
You see, to get the most benefit, you have to look beyond the murky contaminated waters and choose only fish oils that are from pure waters.
Not only do you want a fish oil supplement that’s clean, it’s also important that it contains a high amount of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid).
DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid found in every cell of your body. It’s the primary component of the brain, heart and retina.
Your body produces a very small amount of DHA but you need more to slow down the aging process at the cellular level and extend the life of your telomeres.
Protecting your telomeres keeps your cells alive longer.
Now, EPA is equally important as DHA to your telomeres. EPA’s function is to reduce cellular inflammation.
Inflammation is known as a silent killer.
And chronic inflammation has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, Alzheimer’s, autoimmune disorders, weight gain (metabolic syndrome), depression and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).
Omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and EPA are vital to your cells and you can get them in your diet. The best source is from wild-caught salmon, trout, mackerel, herring, pollock, sardines, anchovies, seaweed, nuts, seeds and cage-free eggs.
Most fish will provide you with one gram of omega-3s per 3-4oz serving.
Dr. Sears recommends up to 3 grams per day.
If you are like most people, you are probably not getting enough omega-3s in your diet.
Because it’s so difficult to get all your omega-3s from your diet Dr. Sears created a way for you to get everything you need in a quick easy dose. It’s called Omega Rejuvenol.
Omega Rejuvenol is special because it contains a high amount of DHA and EPA in one serving. Dr. Sears did this by adding calamari and krill oil from the waters of Austral-Antarctic Circumpolar Ocean and the South Pacific.
The added benefit of calamari and krill oil is that they are more absorbable than other fish oils. This means they are able to get into every cell of your body.
As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So, if you want to be proactive about aging, inside and out, and make all your anti-aging wishes come true. Click here to order your Omega Rejuvenol today.
To a more healthy beautiful you!
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