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Our enhanced best-selling anti-aging formula is now packed with even more antioxidants that help stop the signs of aging & preserve telomere length on chromosomes1,2.
Features & Benefits of GH3 Advanced
✔ Contains Vitamin D3, Resveratrol, & Green Tea Extract
✔ Contains 22 Anti-Aging Nutrients3-5
✔ Anti-Aging GH3 Complex Protects Youth-Preserving Telomeres
✔ Reduces Age Spots & Other Signs of Aging
✔ Enhances Mood & Cognitive Thinking
✔ Increases Energy & Supports a Healthy Heart1-5
✔ Preserve Telomere Length on Chromosomes1,2
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Graphic: Telomere shortening due to cell replication
Telomere Damage Leads to Aging
There is a link between Telomeres (the protective tips on the ends of chromosomes within a cell) & aging. Cells replicate similar to a photocopier, but each time you make a copy from a copy, the quality decreases. Youth-preserving telomeres protect the ends of chromosomes that contain unique genetic information. When telomeres on the ends of chromosomes shorten, they lead to damaged or dead cells & visible signs of aging such as age spots, wrinkles, lower energy levels, & even memory issues. GH3 Advanced with vitamin D3 helps preserve telomere length on chromosomes & supports anti-aging to get healthy new cells when replicated1,2. [For our product specific page, please visit www.GH3ADVANCED.com]
Unique, Proprietary Blend
GH3 Advanced is a combination of vitamins & minerals - based on our original, clinically proven GH3 Complex - synergistically blended to enhance their antioxidant & anti-aging potential by protecting youth-preserving telomeres1,2. The proprietary GH3 Advanced complex contains vitamin D3, resveratrol, green tea extract, & other ingredients to help preserve telomere length & work to enhance mood, cognitive thinking, energy & support a healthy heart1-5.
How GH3 Advanced Works
Vitamin D3: A potent anti-aging mineral that helps improve blood flow to the heart, lowers blood cholesterol, supports fatty acids vital to cell health, & regulates protein & calcium metabolism. Exciting research published in the November 2007 edition of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that higher serum vitamin D3 concentrations are associated with helping to preserve telomere length. Telomeres & aging are closely linked & the maintenance of youth-preserving telomeres may be a key factor to anti-aging1,2.
Resveratrol: From the skins of red grapes & Japanese knotweed has been shown to have anti-aging, neuro-protective effects, anti-inflammatory effects, & cardio-protective effects. Resveratrol may also preserve telomere length when cells divide, which enhances the life expectancy of the cells3,4.
Green Tea Extract: Has potent anti-aging characteristics because of its high levels of antioxidants which protect cells from free-radical damage & oxidative stress5.
DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol): Improves levels of two neurotransmitters, choline & its precursor acetylcholine, in the brain to help boost cognitive functioning & enhance memory. In addition, acetylcholine helps conduct nerve impulses & is converted to phosphatidylcholine, which helps protect cell membranes within the brain6.
Vitamin A: Supports anti-aging by promoting skeletal growth, normal tooth structure, healthy mucous membranes, healthy skin, eyes & hair, & is essential for night vision7.
Vitamin C: Is essential for the formation of collagen & is needed for the absorption of iron, some proteins & folic acid. It supports anti-aging by preventing oxidation of other vitamins, aids metabolism of amino acids & calcium, stops internal bleeding, strengthens blood vessels, maintains hard bones & teeth, & promotes stamina. Vitamin C has been shown to help prevent colds, fatigue & stress; reduce allergies; & assist in healing wounds & burns8,9.
Vitamin E: Promotes anti-aging by protecting the body stores of vitamin A, protecting tissues & fat from destructive oxidation, & preventing the breakdown of red corpuscles by strengthening capillary walls7,9.
Vitamin B1: Also called thiamine, is one of eight B vitamins. Thiamine is sometimes called an "antistress" vitamin because it may strengthen the immune system & improve the body's ability to withstand stressful conditions.
Riboflavin: Increases energy levels, boosts immune function, & helps maintain healthy hair, skin, & mucous membranes. It's also an anti-aging vitamin & boosts athletic performance10.
Niacin (B3): Helps reduce the amount of cholesterol in certain fatty substances in the blood.
Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, & B6: Help reduce the blood levels of homocysteine, a compound linked to an increased risk of having a heart attack or stroke7,11.
Calcium: Is required for vascular contraction & vasodilation, muscle function, nerve transmission, intracellular signaling, & maintaining proper bone mass7,12.
Magnesium: Is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps maintain normal muscle & nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady, supports a healthy immune system, & keeps bones strong. Magnesium also helps regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, & is known to be involved in energy metabolism & protein synthesis13.
Zinc: Plays a vital role in immune system function as well as in cell division, cell growth, wound healing & in the breakdown of carbohydrates. Zinc is also needed for the senses of smell & taste14,15.
Chromium: Works in cooperation with other substances to control insulin. Natural chromium declines with age & so does the action of glucose tolerance factor.
L-Glutathione: Is an anti-aging antioxidant produced by the cells to neutralize the damage of free radicals & reactive oxygen compounds. It also helps in the regulation of the nitric oxide cycle, which is critical for life. Glutathione is used in metabolic & biochemical reactions such as DNA synthesis & repair, protein synthesis, prostaglandin synthesis, amino acid transport, & enzyme activation.
St. John's Wort: Extract improves mood, & decreases anxiety & insomnia related to low moods16.
Contents : 60 Tablets
- Richards, J Brent, et al. "Higher serum vitamin D concentrations are associated with longer leukocyte telomere length in women." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 86.5 (2007): 1420-1425. Print.
- Holt, Stephen. "Telomeres and Telomerase as Natural Therapeutic Targets." The Townsend Letter. Web. 7 Jan. 2014.
- Li, Huige, Ning Xia, and Ulrich Förstermann. "Cardiovascular effects and molecular targets of resveratrol." Nitric Oxide. 26.2 (2012): 102-10. Web. 7 Jan. 2014.
- Wand, Xiao-bin, et al. "Resveratrol-induced augmentation of telomerase activity delays senescence of endothelial progenitor cells." Chinese Medical Journal. 124.24 (2011): 4310-4315. Print.
- Chan, Ruth, et al. "Chinese tea consumption is associated with longer telomere length in elderly Chinese men." British Journal of Nutrition. 103.1 (2010): 107-113. Print.
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- Mazur-Bialy, AI, B Buchala B, and B Plytycz. "Riboflavin deprivation inhibits macrophage viability and activity - a study on the RAW 264.7 cell line." British Journal of Nutrition. 110.3 (2013): 509-14. Print.
- McNutty, H, et al. "Homocysteine, B-vitamins and CVD." Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 67.2 (2008): 232-7. Print.
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- Vasto, S, et al. -Inflammation, genes and zinc in ageing and age-related diseases.- Biogerontology. 7.5-6 (2006): 315-27. Print.
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