Reverse Age-Related Weight Gain
Your aging body can’t handle excess calories the way it used to. The result? Increased body fat storage and elevated glucose, triglyceride, and cholesterol levels. The good news is that four proprietary nutrients can safely decrease appetite, impede absorption of ingested calories, and control regulators of body fat storage. Discover how the latest of these clinically validated weight-loss weapons efficiently manages the way your body processes ingested calories.
Block Absorption of Fat Calories Safely
A landmark study reveals that for a majority of individuals, regular dieting is a cause of weight gain and may increase your long-term risk of chronic disease. Interventions that block uptake of killer fat calories are more effective—when used the right way. Here we detail how to benefi t from lipase-inhibitors and bile acid-binders while maintaining optimal levels of fat-soluble nutrients, like vitamins E, D, and K.
Low Testosterone Promotes Abdominal Obesity in Aging Men
As men age, they become trapped in a vicious cycle of low testosterone and abdominal obesity. The latest research confirms that these two conditions reinforce each other, significantly increasing risk of diabetes, atherosclerosis, and cancer. Sadly, few conventional physicians test for this vital male hormone, despite compelling evidence of testosterone therapy’s power to burn off belly fat, thwart metabolic syndrome, and save men’s lives.
Critical Need to Control Fasting and After-Meal Glucose Levels
Life Extension® members have known for years that keeping a tight rein on fasting glucose levels is a cornerstone strategy for increasing healthy life span. Now, compelling new findings from an organization called Living the CR Way suggest that low fasting glucose favorably infl uences our longevity genes!