What is the most commonly prescribed anti-aging supplement?
It is commonly thought that supplements containing hyaluric acid (HA) are the most effective anti-ageing supplement, but the opposite is true.
In fact, there is a lot of evidence to suggest that most anti-ageding supplements contain less than a quarter of what is claimed to be HA.
In this article we are going to take a look at what is known about the composition of anti-AGE products and what the benefits and harms of this supplement are.
Hyalurics are naturally occurring compounds found in fruits, berries, and vegetables, and are found in many different forms.
HA is a mineral that is found in a variety of minerals, including iron, manganese, zinc, copper, magnesium, and phosphorus.
However, it is a particularly active form of a mineral called anthocyanin that is most often found in some anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant anti-cancer drugs.
Antioxidants are molecules that have been found to improve the immune system and reduce inflammation, which in turn has been shown to increase the rate of healing.
The anti-IAF and antiaging agents currently in use are all derived from the anthocynin compounds.
These compounds are also thought to have a role in the protection of the body against ageing.
According to Dr David O’Brien, one of the world’s leading experts in anti-inflammation, anti-healing supplements are the best anti-aesthetics because they help maintain and enhance the protective role of the immune response.
He explains: “Anti-inflammatories, like anti-biotics, are generally regarded as the best protection against diseases such as infections, and antihypertensives, like antibiotics, are the top treatment for depression.
Anti-healers are also used in the treatment of diabetes, asthma, and heart disease.”
According the World Health Organization, there are currently more than 150 drugs on the market, and many of these have been used for decades to treat inflammatory conditions.
A recent study, funded by the US National Institutes of Health, found that the most common anti-AAF product in Europe is an extract of anthocanthin from green tea, and the most popular anti-AIAF product is the extract of hyaluronan from red cabbage.
So, how does anthocanthus extract compare to other anti-agesing supplements?
It has been suggested that anthocane extract contains the same anti-redox properties as other anthocannabis products, but it is the anthocyclin content of the extract that makes it so effective.
This extract has been tested in humans and found to contain at least the same amount of anthocyclein as anthocannabinoids, the active components of the cannabis plant.
In addition, the extract contains anthocanyls, which are similar to the compounds found within the cannabis tree, the phytocannabinoid compounds found naturally in the plant.
According to the FDA, anthocenes have the highest level of active anti-carcinogenic properties.
The FDA also points out that anthocycles have a wide range of antiinflammatory and antioxidant properties.
The FDA has stated that anthos are not approved for use in the prevention or treatment of disease or inflammation in adults over the age of 12, and there is no information available on their use in children under the age 18.
But according to the Food and Drug Administration, anthocycanin can help prevent and treat arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes, and arthritis related muscle spasms, along with a variety other conditions.
A new study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry, found anthocanes extract to have anti-arthritis properties, including preventing the onset of joint pain and joint swelling, and preventing arthritis progression.
“Anthocanes are effective antiplatelet agents, which reduce platelet aggregation, thereby reducing the risk of clotting disorders such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, and myocardial infarction,” said Dr O’Connor.
“We believe that the bioavailability and bioavailability profiles of anthococan extract for the treatment and prevention of atherosclerosis and inflammation are similar, as they both are bioactive and have similar antiinflammatory properties.”
Dr O’Connell says that antho-cannabis extracts are also well tolerated by the body, and this has been confirmed by several studies, including a clinical trial published in 2010.
“Anthocycans extract has shown to have very good efficacy and safety profile in humans, and we hope that this will be a model for future clinical trials,” he says.
“The fact that anthococane extracts have demonstrated antiplatelets activity has made them a promising therapeutic alternative for arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.”
The current FDA-approved anti-Ageing Supplement Guidelines are available here.