Longevity Bundle POWDER
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- All Longevity innovations in powder form from MoleQlar in a value bundle
- Premium raw materials with superior quality
- Content: Resveratrol, Betaine, Quercetin, Carnosine
- Purity certified in independent German laboratories
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LONGEVITY Bundle POWDER
MoleQlar® Longevity Bundle POWDER is an all-round package consisting of innovative longevity supplements.
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MoleQlar Longevity - Beyond Lifespan.
Longevity is sometimes used as a synonym for life expectancy. However, the term longevity not only refers to the time we have already lived, but also includes the hours, days and years that are still ahead of us. A distinction is made between life span and health span. While life span self-explanatorily reflects the total number of years we live, health span means how many years of our life we stay healthy, free and away from diseases. MoleQlar wants to help you live a healthy life.
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of the problem.
Your step towards longevity.
As we age, the cellular hallmarks of aging accumulate and leave their mark on our bodies. At the same time, the molecular hallmarks of health decline. These are the reasons why we are sick more often and healthy less often in old age. However, something can be done about it. And this is where you come in. With needs-based supplementation of MoleQlar products, you can advance your longevity - support your health and longevity:
The solution is resveratrol, betaine, quercetin and carnosine.
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The molecule resveratrol is a polyphenol produced by grapes, blueberries and other plants as a natural defense against harsh environmental conditions and pathogens. With dozens of publications and clinical studies, resveratrol is considered one of the most studied molecules used as a dietary supplement to promote health. Both through its antioxidant action and by stimulating other protective mechanisms, resveratrol supports and strengthens our cellular system. In addition to a protective effect for age-associated diseases, a direct and indirect antioxidant effect has also been described. Although the molecule has already been thoroughly researched, scientific investigations for further applications are still ongoing.
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Betaine (TMG, trimethylglycine)
The molecule betaine (TMG) belongs to the group of methyl group donors and osmolytes. By donating methyl residues, it forms a crucial role in vital methylation processes of the human body. Scientific results showed a protective effect for health through the protective effect against metabolic diseases. In addition, betaine (trimethylglycine) supplement ation promotes cellular protein synthesis and supports muscle growth. The health-promoting and performance-enhancing effects are continuously confirmed and constantly expanded by current studies.
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The molecule quercetin is an important representative of the group of polyphenols and flavonoids, which belong to the secondary plant substances. Quercetin is called the "king of flavonoids". This royal attribute is no coincidence, because the molecule is the focus of recent research with promising results.
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The molecule carnosine is the simplest form of a dipeptide - that is, the compound of two amino acids - consisting of alanine and histidine. These proteins are part of our normal diet and come mainly from animal products. Among other things, it has been found that carnosine binds harmful substances by chelation, i.e. complex formation, and thus eliminates them. Likewise, carnosine serves as a buffering agent in our muscles, protecting them from over-fatigue. In terms of the aging process, carnosine contributes to reduced telomere shortening. Furthermore, according to research, carnosine is a strong scavenger of free radicals, making it an antioxidant. Additionally, carnosine prevents the formation of new AGE's and ALE's.
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DNA is similar to a blueprint for the body - if certain pages are missing, the whole book or blueprint sometimes doesn't make sense. Such changes can be better repaired by the body in younger years than in later phases of life. In addition, there is an increased susceptibility to errors in old age.
For more, see Genomic instability.
DNA per se is not a single large book, but the genetic information is divided into 23 smaller booklets (chromosomes). Each individual cell is equipped with this small library (genome). The last chapter of these "little books" is special and is called telomere. Here no more information is encoded, but the telomeres function as a degradation protection for the DNA. The telomeres naturally become shorter with each cell division. As soon as a certain threshold (Hayflick limit) is reached, cell function then succumbs.
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Epigenetics tries to explain which factors temporarily determine the activity of a gene and subsequently the development of the cell. However, these factors are not based on possible changes in the genetic information (example: mutations), but on different small proteins that can bind to the DNA. As a consequence, the binding can influence one or even several genes in activity (more or less). In addition, epigenetics is involved in the development or differentiation of cells.
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Loss of proteostasis.
Proteostasis is composed of the two terms proteome (totality of proteins that can be produced in the body) and homeostasis (balance). If something goes wrong in the regulation of proteins, individual proteins may not appear at all or may even increase in number. This in turn influences the functionality of the cells. This process plays a role in known diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease.
For more, see Loss of proteostasis.
Deregulated nutrient measurement.
In this indicator, the body's reaction to food intake is relevant. Its regulation takes place in interaction with growth hormone and other hormones. Among other things, calorie restriction and fasting are of importance here. Furthermore, we deal with autophagy and special longevity genes: the sirtuins.
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As cells and organisms age, the efficiency of the respiratory chain (energy supply in the mitochondrion) tends to decrease. This finding is based on two mechanisms. First, electrons are lost and second, ATP generation decreases. ATP is the most important energy carrier in our body. In this context, we also learn about the term mitohormesis.
For more, see Mitochondrial dysfunction.
Cellular senescence describes the state of a stagnant cell cycle. This means that the cell shuts down its functionality and can no longer divide. This standstill is often triggered by DNA changes. In a way, it is a protective mechanism. This protective mechanism is well-intentioned, but especially in old age it is sometimes badly hit.
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Stem cell exhaustion.
With age, the ability of stem cells to divide decreases - they become "exhausted". As a result, broken or damaged cells can no longer be renewed. This ultimately leads to the fact that the most diverse tissues can no longer regenerate or recover adequately.
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This characteristic looks beyond the cell-autonomous level. Ageing also involves changes in the way cells communicate with each other. Increasing inflammatory response and decreasing immune surveillance are exemplary consequences of this factor with sometimes drastic effects on physiological ageing.
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The body divides many different "rooms" - so-called compartments - with their own functions, for example the intestines and the skin. These compartments are separated from each other so that the respective processes function optimally in all areas and do not influence and interfere with each other. In addition to these macroscopic examples, there are many other compartments that are separated from each other. Be it the separation from cell to cell by cell membranes, the separation of individual organelles within the cell or the protection of our genetic material in the cell nucleus by the cell nuclear membrane. At all levels, intact barriers contribute to the healthy functionality of our body.
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Let's look at the body as a large machinery consisting of many individual processes. Through the many individual processes, errors can sometimes creep in, which are carried on and can lead to larger errors on a larger level - similar to the silent mail game. In order to prevent these errors on a larger level, intermediate stages are required on all levels, which check the processes again and again. If an error is detected, it can be removed at an early stage and thus prevented from spreading to the entire system - ideally.
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Recycling & Renewal.
Although some mechanisms in the body detect and remove errors and faults at an early stage, errors still creep in again and again, for example incorrectly assembled proteins. To keep the number of errors as low as possible, a constant recycling of almost all components and cells takes place in the body. Molecules are degraded, broken down into their individual components and rebuilt. Our skin, for example, renews itself at regular intervals to provide us with constant protection against environmental influences.
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For our organism to function with all its individual subunits, processes are controlled by circuits. There are large circuits, for example the feedback from the stomach to the brain that it is full and we are therefore full. But there are also smaller circuits between individual cells or within cells that regulate different processes, such as the production of molecules. The end of a production process communicates to the beginning of the chain that no more new cell components are needed and production can be stopped. The many different circuits communicate by means of hormones, growth factors, antibodies and electrical signals.
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Oscillations are the term used to describe regular oscillations. The body functions and changes different processes on the basis of different rhythmic oscillations. A distinction is made between shorter (ultradian), circadian (lasting approximately one day) and longer (infradian) rhythms. Ultradian rhythms last less than 24 hours; this includes, for example, the heartbeat. Circadian rhythms include, for example, cell division and the sleep rhythm. Longer oscillations such as menstruation are called infradian rhythms. If these oscillations become unbalanced, serious health consequences can occur - for example, sleep or heart rhythm disorders.
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Homeostatic load capacity.
Homeostasis refers to the balance of physiological functions. These include, among others, blood pressure, pH or body temperature. Short-term changes occur and can also be beneficial (e.g. fever). However, if the homeostatic balance is not constant in the long term, this leads to chronic diseases. A resilience of the homeostasis therefore speaks for a healthy resilient body.
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Hormesis originally meant that low doses of a toxin protect the body from the danger of higher doses of the same toxin. The body acclimatises and adapts well to conditions such as regular endurance exercise, interval fasting or changes in barometric pressure in high altitudes. For example, if you are planning a holiday in tropical areas or high altitudes, every travel blog recommends allowing a few days for acclimatisation to get used to the temperatures or air pressure. These adaptation mechanisms are essential and without them or in the absence of regulation, this leads to impaired physical functions and thus illness.
Repair and regeneration.
Constant external and internal influences damage the body and its components. For example, anyone who has been in the sun too long or without sufficient protection will get sunburn. This occurs because the skin is exposed to harmful UV radiation. In the case of severe sunburn, the skin then "peels" and new layers grow. Damaged parts of the body are renewed according to the same principle. Therefore, the repair of damage and regeneration are indispensable for the healthy functioning of the body.
Your time is now.
As we age, the cellular hallmarks of aging accumulate and leave their mark on our bodies. At the same time, the molecular hallmarks of health decline. These are the reasons why we are sick more often and healthy less often as we age. In addition to a balanced diet, a need-oriented supplementation with selected food supplements from MoleQlar can additionally support and maintain the health of our body!
We are living longer and longer - but not healthier in relative terms. The current type of medicine allows diseases by doing too little for prevention and health maintenance. MoleQlar wants to enable a longer and, above all, healthier life.
Good and long health begins with you: Think today about the day after tomorrow.
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