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Prime AGE Defense Formula

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Do you want to feel healthy and vibrant as you age? Do you regularly eat grilled, broiled or fried foods? Do you eat a diet rich in processed foods and sweets? Are you a vegetarian? Are you a smoker? If you answered “yes” to any of these qu...
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Prime AGE Defense Formula

Do you want to feel healthy and vibrant as you age? Do you regularly eat grilled, broiled or fried foods? Do you eat a diet rich in processed foods and sweets? Are you a vegetarian? Are you a smoker? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, Prime AGE Defense Formula is for you.*

The typical American diet is full of processed foods and sugars. Unfortunately, the body has not evolved to metabolize all the sugars efficiently. When excess sugar is consumed, it can bond with protein in a process called glycation. The result is the formation of advanced glycation end products (given the clever nickname AGEs). When a protein becomes glycated, the structure of the protein changes. The impact of this change depends on the type of protein that was changed. For example, collagen is a protein that helps maintain the structure of our bones, organs and skin. Having healthy collagen helps to keep our skin, bones and organs healthy and strong. When collagen’s structure changes (from glycation), it can weaken the structure of our skin, bones and organs which may lead to skin wrinkles, brittle bones and organs that don’t operate as efficiently. Many other compounds in the body can be negatively affected by glycation including DNA, RNA and enzymes.*

While AGEs can be produced in the body, they can be consumed from foods, especially proteins cooked at high temperatures (grilled, broiled or fried). They are also prevalent in smoke from cigars, cigarettes and other tobacco products. AGEs can also be formed spontaneously within the body. Vegetarians produce large numbers of AGEs because their diets are often rich in fruits and vegetables which break down into sugar.*

Prime AGE Defense Formula helps maintain a normal level of AGEs in the body and supports the body’s normal ability to remove AGEs. The one-of-a-kind ingredient blend in Prime AGE Defense Formula supports countless areas associated with aging, including the skin, endocrine system, circulation, cell function, arterial health, DNA and RNA.*

Other formulas that claim to address overproduction and overconsumption of AGEs typically use one or two ingredients in their product that only target one or two areas. Prime AGE Defense Formula is formulated with five powerful ingredients that deliver a multifaceted approach to support multiple areas to promote healthy aging.*

Prime AGE Defense Formula delivers both a formula and price far superior to the competition. Put health in your years with Prime AGE Defense Formula.*


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