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Nouvelle Vie: De krachtigste 60 anti-aging capsules ter wereld !

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Nouvelle Vie

Dit is het enige supplement dat de voordelen van Epitalon, carnosine, resveratrol en lycopeen combineert, voor een ongelooflijke synergetisch effect.

Epitalon en carnosine hebben wetenschappelijk bewezen de levensduur van menselijke cellen te verlengen, vooral door het onderhouden en repareren van telomeren, de beschermende kappen van ons DNA.

En voor nog meer anti-aging effecten, voegt BioTrends resveratrol en lycopeen toe, twee super anti-oxidanten die cellen tegen de destructieve effecten van vrije radicalen beschermen.

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De 4 ingrediënten die u een nieuw leven geven:

1. Epitalon

Why Epitalon is tagged as ‘fountain of youth’

The study of preventive methods for premature aging is one of the most highly researched areas in gerontology – the study of aging. Epitalon, the name given to a synthesised peptide version of epithalamin developed by Dr Vladimir Khavinson, is under the spotlight as one of the anti-aging ‘super-agents’. It is has also been referred to as ‘the most incredible anti-aging peptide’, ‘miraculous peptide’ and the ‘most important scientific breakthrough in human health’. Epitalon has been tested on living cells of animals and humans, and has proven to be very effective combating  the process of aging.

(Epitalon is a synthetic version of epithalamin, a tetrapeptide released naturally by the pineal gland, consisting of  4 amino acids –   Alanine (Ala), Glutamine (Glu) , Asparagine (Asp) and Glycine (Gly) – which significantly reduces the incidence of chronic diseases and infections.)


Role of pineal gland, thymus and melatonin in aging

The pineal gland regulates the endocrine system (hormonal system) of the body, and is responsible for regulating day and night cycles along with the hormone melatonin. Melatonin is secreted from the pineal gland, and regulates reproductive hormones, protects the body against oxidative stress, regulates blood pressure, plays a role in bone formation, improves sleep by regulating sleep patterns, and it strengthens the immune system. It is secreted rhythmically by the body during the non-daylight hours and helps in regulating body cycles. Epithalamin regulates melatonin release by the pineal gland. Thymus is a gland that produces the peptide thymaline, a stimulant of the immune system, an anticarcinogenic (protects against cancer) and geroprotective – fights against aging.

To sum it up, the pineal gland, melatonin and thymus all work together to rejuvenate the body, protect it from the rigors of stress on a number of levels, enhances body growth, boosts the immune system, and in general protects the body against age related and other diseases of the heart, liver, lungs and other organs. It has an all encompassing  geroprotective effect (Khavinson 2002).

Aging process due to telomere shortening

Cell division is the primary marker of aging. That is, when cells stop dividing and enter the ‘senescence phase’ humans are said to have ‘aged’. DNA contains all the information and direction for cell division. Ends of chromosomes (tightly packed DNA) are known as telomeres. Telomeres are the end parts of DNA and they protect the genetic DNA (contains all the codes for life) from being affected. With every cell division, ends of chromosomes (telomeres) are reduced. An enzyme known as ‘telomerase’ acts and rebuilds the telomeres to some extent. Younger people have stronger telomeres and telomerase enzymes but as we age, production of this enzyme diminishes.

The point is that when all the telomeres of a cell are reduced, the cells stop dividing and then encoded DNA will be lost. Here comes the signs of aging and disease. More of the telomerase enzyme promises stronger, healthier cells, which can live longer.


Epitalon and anti-aging activity

Epitalon uses multiple approaches to protect the body against aging effects, and  enhances natural telomerase production in the body which otherwise diminishes with age. Research shows that by DNA lengthening through telomerase, the biological clock of cells is reset and cells regain the ability to divide. This also leads to activation of the body’s repair mechanism.

All of these effects work together to increase our lifespan. It is a very effective neurological factor in rejuvenating the whole body, including internal organs and skin, and works towards stopping the process of aging (Khavinson 2005).


Epitalon – proven to be strongly anti-aging

The Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology in St. Petersburg has studied this compound for almost 10 years.  Not only laboratory animals have shown positive results and restoration of their youthfulness, rather it is now benefiting humans as well. A study showed that the mortality rate of elderly people taking epitalon preparation over a 10 year period was reduced significantly (Khavinson 2003).


Why use epitalon when we naturally produce Epithalamin?

Our hormonal system and glands slow down as we age, just as telomeres keep shortening and  cells stop dividing. That means when we age, our body slows its self-rejuvenation mechanism and stops producing epithalamin too! That’s why we need to take Epitalon to cover the loss.


Scientist use it themselves!!!

Scientist who have been working on this miraculous compound are taking Epitalon themselves and are enjoying the benefits, even after a short time, BUT when taken over the long-term and on regular basis it WILL preserve your youth. More to the point, it shows better results if consumed from a young age.

This product is not a false hope and study in this area earned three scientists the ’Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine’ in 2009 for the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase (The Nobel Foundation 2015)


Overall effect of epitalon:

Following benefits have been observed in the individuals who were given epitalon:

  • They got sick less often, and healed faster when injured (improved immune system)

  • Aged slower (geroprotective)

  • Increased lifespan (slows down aging)

  • Better appearance (younger looking skin)

  • Better sleep (enhances the effect of melatonin)

  • Better focus (similar to young age)

  • Better sexual stamina

  • Better regulation of neuroendocrine system, reproductive hormones (declining with age)

  • Better regulation of cholesterol and uric acid (declining with age)

  • Reduced oxidative stress of the body, improved action of antioxidants in body.

  • Resets the genetic clock, increases the ability of cells to divide by at least 20 times or more – due to action on telomerase (GSLC 2015)



Anti-aging agents, in general, are anti-oxidants and protect the body from the negative impact of free radicals that would otherwise lead to signs of aging. Epitalon doesn’t just help you stay healthy, it returns your body to a youthful state both externally and internally. This compound leads to one to look AND feel  younger.

Epitalon promises to have a deeply positive effect on your health. It simply keeps the body’s natural process of ‘self-rejuvenation’ functioning so you WILL stop aging and stay young!



The daily recommended dosage is 2 mg, ingested in capsule form, for the easiest and most convenient improvement in your health that you are EVER likely to experience!


  1. FREE PDF: Khavinson V (2002) Peptides and Ageing. vol. 23, no. 11, pp. 11-144

  2. Khavinson VKh, Morozov VG. (2003)  Peptides of pineal gland and thymus prolong human life. Jun-Aug;24(3-4):233-40

  3. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2009 Nobelprize.org. Nobel Media AB 2014. Web. 31 Jul 2015. 9

  4. BOOK: Khavinson VK, Malinin VV. (2005) Gerentology Aspects of genome Peptide Regulation Russian Academy of Medical Sciences Karger

  5. Genetic Science Learning Centre (2015), Are Telomeres The Key To Aging And Cancer? University of Utah


2. L-carnosine

L-carnosine – an extremely beneficial anti-aging supplement

L-carnosine is a combination of two peptides: alanine and histidine, and is produced naturally in the body. It is specifically produced in vertebrates, where it is highly concentrated in brain and skeletal muscles. Before going into the details of how this single protein provides benefits that scientists have been exploring for many years, it is important to understand an interesting natural impact of L-carnosine on our bodies (Norris, Messina. 2012)


L-carnosine interferes (in a good GREAT way) with the aging process!

L-carnosine is known to increase the Hayflick limit of the cells. Hayflick is the phenomenon (thus named in honour of Dr Leonard Hayflick) whereby a human cell divides a specified number of times until it cannot divide any further, and enters a stage of senescence This means that cells have a specific capacity to divide. In early adulthood cells have completed half of those limited cell divisions. At mid-life, when humans enter ‘old age’, only 20-40% of possible divisions remain. Hayflick determines the ‘life limit’ of a person at the cellular level. When the cell division stops, cells are called senescent; these cells are alive and have an active metabolism but they cannot divide. These cells show the characteristic of old age  such as wrinkled skin, weakened bone structure and joints. Cell division becomes less frequent and cells become aberrant, irregular and granular in form. They change in size and shape as compared to normal dividing cells. The distortion of the shape is actually a result of senescence. This appearance of signs of cells’ aging were thought to be irreversible, but studies have shown this is not the case (CSIRO Division of Molecular Science, 1999).


Hayflick limit at molecular level is due to shortening of DNA telomeres. DNA telomeres are the ends of DNA and shortens after every cell division. When these telomeres are shortened to a specific critical limit, the cell can no longer divide. Now comes the role of L-carnosine! It slows down the rate of telomere shortening AND increases the lifespan of the cell by increasing the Hayflick limit of the cell! In short, L-carnosine increases the lifespan by slowing the aging process of cells (Babizhayev MA, et al 2014) .


Proof of L-carnosine reversing the process of aging:

The research conducted has shown that  senescent cells treated with L-carnosine displayed cell rejuvenation within days, along with improved capacity to divide and the behavioral traits of a juvenile cell. Mice that were treated with L-carnosine, despite having reached their life expectancy limit,  displayed a youthful appearance and behaviour even in ‘old age’. Life expectancy was found to increase multiple times.


Other benefits

L-carnosine improves vitality of muscles and protects cell membrane. It has an overall protective action which improves the state of body and protects it against damage at multiple levels.

  • L-carnosine as an antioxidant:

Antioxidants protect the body from harmful effects of oxygen radicals. L-carnosine acts as a scavenger to clean the body from ‘reactive oxygen species’. It also protects the cells during oxidative stress by scavenging products of cell membrane fatty acids peroxidation. It is a very powerful antioxidant. It binds to heavy metals and protects glycation of proteins which is linked to the aging process.

  • L-carnosine as a regulator:

L-carnosine stabilizes excessive bodily processes. For example, it suppresses hyper immune response and stimulates the immune response if it is weak, as will occur with aging.

  • L-carnosine for the heart:

Oxidative stress leads to build-up of plaque in the arteries i.e. atherosclerosis which leads to high blood pressure and heart attacks. L-carnosine protects heart by acting as an antioxidant. It is also known to protect against ischemia i.e. restriction of blood supply to an organ or tissue. It reverses the effect of ischemia related to heart, brain, kidney and lungs and hence restores the normal functioning of body.

  • L-carnosine for diabetics:

The process of glycation (glycosylation i.e. attachment of sugars to proteins) is increased in diabetics due to increased  sugar levels, and is a significant factor in the aging process.  L-carnosine prevents the process of glycation.

  • L-carnosine for cancer treatment:

It is known for its anti-cancer properties. It protects the DNA from damage, inhibiting the development of cancer . It can also inhibit cancer producing chemicals like inflammatory cytokines.

  • L-carnosine for the Brain:

It protects the brain from the stress of nitrogen, oxygen and sugar derivatives and species. It has been found to play a definitive role against Alzheimer’s disease  (Young, W. 2005) and it helps in clearing up toxins.


Sources of L-carnosine

Beef, chicken, fish and poultry are considered to be rich source of L-carnosine, however extracts are also available as food supplement for easy consumption without the negative sides of having to eat too much meat.


How to consume L- carnosine and the dosage

Within hours of consumption, L-carnosine levels are dropped to zero in the blood as it is a short lived protein in the blood.  For this reason,dietary supplementation of L-carnosine is extremely beneficial. L-carnosine in supplement form  can be taken in the morning and evening, and ensures your body receives and maintain the required levels of L-carnosine. We recommend taking at least 600 mg per day. Although others suggests it should be around 1,000 mg per day, we are aware of some people feeling slight muscle twitch if taking too much too quickly. But, L-carnosine will be required in larger daily allowance levels as we age, and vegans and diabetics should also take it in larger quantities.




3. Resveratrol

Resveratrol – a wonder compound

Getting to know the compound ‘Resveratrol’ is quite interesting, as it holds the key to the secret of ‘graceful aging’. It has been identified as the root cause of the  ‘French paradox’. If you have never heard of the French Paradox, it is the observation that French people consume creamy pastries, sauces and high saturated fats and still manage to have a healthier heart than people from other cultures – that is, they have a low incidence of heart diseases. Research shows that consumption of red wine is the probable explanation. Red wine is produced using the skin of red grapes which is rich with Resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant required for restoring and preserving good health. (Wein 2013)


What is Resveratrol?

It is a polyphenol produced from plants. Polyphenols are a group of micronutrient compounds which protect against diseases. Resveratrol is produced from plants in response to any injury, stress, fungal infection or UV exposure  (Higdon 2015). It is an antioxidant also known as ‘phytoalexin’. Resveratrol, when consumed, can provide a very effective protection to humans as well.


How Resveratrol works?

In the past decade, Resveratrol has been added to the list of effective nutritional supplements. Scientists have continued researching how Resveratrol works in the body and keeps the body younger and healthier. In short it is an antioxidant, it does what an antioxidant does and protects the body against the harmful effects of free radicals. These free radical are responsible for all the damage  to the body that one can think of, with one major fallout being premature aging.

When the body undergoes any kind of stress, it triggers ‘oxidative stress’ with the generation of these ‘free radicals’ leading to a negative impact on the body (Skerrett 2012)

Having mentioned that, let’s clarify that not all antioxidants are the same. What makes Resveratrol the ‘best dressed’ antioxidant is the mechanism by which it protects the body. The added attraction is that it also promotes the normal process of cell division and relieves inflammation which causes signs of premature aging.


The link between mitochondria, aging and Resveratrol

‘Mitochondria’ is an organelle in the cell, also known as the ‘powerhouse’ of the cell. It even contains some DNA and produces ATP (adenosine triphosphate) as a result of the respiratory chain. ATP are the energy shots for the body, and all the functions in the body require energy produced by this ATP. Mitochondrial DNA is affected largely by free radicals. Mitochondrial DNA mutations are responsible for many diseases and most profoundly the appearance of the signs of aging. Damage to mitochondria results in sudden cell death, but by slowing down aging of mitochondria through calorie restriction and exercise, all body aging can be slowed down (Chistiakov 2014).

So, what is all this fuss about mitochondrial DNA? The link here is that Resveratrol has been found to protect the body from the damaging effects of a high fat diet. High caloric food ultimately damages mitochondria and we end up with premature aging, and Resveratrol can neutralize all these effects and restore youthfulness of the body . (Mattison 2014) Read that again – Resveratrol CAN neutralize the effects  of aging and restore youth!


Resveratrol and premature aging

Premature aging occurs mainly due to one or more of these 4 factors: a weak immune system, poor digestive system, inflammation and/or oxidative stress. Resveratrol acts on at least 3 of these factors to reduce the signs of premature aging – the immune system, inflammation and oxidative stress.


Other remarkable health benefits of Resveratrol

More than 4,400 studies have been published discussing the positive effects of Resveratrol on our health, with  anti-aging benefits just the  tip of the iceberg. Adding to this, Resveratrol is known to:

  • activate a survival gene (Sirtuin 1) in the brain

  • facilitate the connections between the brain cells, and

  • suppresses age-related memory decline (Markus 2008)

Here is short list of why you should be taking a Resveratrol supplement, and what it does:

  • a powerful heart health protectant, known to protect against cardiac diseases and promote the restoration of blood flow in hypertensive patients.

  • protects the inner lining of arteries (endothelium) by oxidative damage and also keeps the normal production of nitric oxide in the body. Nitric oxide is responsible for the dilation of arteries which maintains the blood flow.

  • protects the body against inflammatory agents and boosts the immune system.

  • found effective in maintaining dental health as well as mental health, and helps  maintain muscle health.

  • suppresses cancer by interfering with the division of cancer cells and increasing cancerous cell death.

  • protects against obesity, diabetes, lowers bad cholesterol (LDL) levels and can reduce chances of blood clotting.

  • can increase the production of a serum (Sirtuin 1), the serum that speeds up the energy producing mitochondria and ultimately blocks certain diseases

  • found effective against treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.


Sources of Resveratrol

Resveratrol is present in  some fruits and vegetables, and of course it is in the skin of red grapes, but the most effective and absolute way to ensure your body has the Resveratrol it needs to combat aging and the associated breakdown of the immune system is to take a quality supplement each day.


Dosage and how to get maximum from your resveratrol?

The recommended daily intake of Resveratrol is  250 mg. If red wine is considered the source, about 170 standard glasses of red wine contain ‘almost’ the recommended amount. It is obviously far healthier and more economical – although perhaps less interesting – to take a daily supplement from a reliable source.

It is not only a potential ‘anti-aging’ agent which will reduce fine lines, wrinkles and make you ‘look’ younger, you WILL feel younger. It protects  your entire body, including your brain, from the  ill effects of aging by repairing and buffering mitochondrial damage.


    1. Wein H. (2013) How Resveratrol May Fight Aging National Institutes of Health

    2. Higdon J. (2005) and reviewed by Espin HC (2015) Resveratrol Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University

    3. Skerrett PJ, (2012), Resveratrol-the hype continues. Harvard Medical School Harvard Health Publications

    4. FREE PDF: Chistiakov DA, Obenin IA, Evin VV, Ekhov AN,Obryshev YV (2014) Mitochondrial Aging and Age-Related Dysfunction of Mitochondria BioMed Research International Volume 2014, Article ID 238463

    5. Mattison A. (2014) Resveratrol prevents high fat/sucrose diet-induced central arterial wall inflammation US National Library of Medicine 2014 Jul 1; 20(1): 183-9

    6. Markus A, Morris BJ (2008) Resveratrol in prevention and treatment of common clinical conditions of aging US National Library of Medicine 2008 Jun; 3(2): 331–339.

    7. Castillo M. (2013) Resveratrol does provide anti-aging benefits CBS News


4. Lycopene

Lycopene – a potent antioxidant and anti-aging compound

Lycopene is a carotenoid (pigments produced by plants) and is the reason for the red colour in fruits and vegetables. It is a very beneficial substance, although unlike other carotenoids it does not convert to vitamin A when consumed. This means Lycopene is a directly active molecule and is used by the body as it is (Higdon 2004). Among its numerous benefits: the antioxidant and anti-aging properties of Lycopene are remarkable. It tends to be very effective on tissues which are high in fat or lipid content. Skin is  high in lipids and that is why Lycopene plays such a significant role in protecting your skin.



 Skin aging by UV radiations and Reactive Oxygen Species

All of the body’s organs age with time, however, signs of aging are (by definition) more prominent on the skin, the largest organ. More to the point, skin is in direct contact with the environment and is more exposed to stresses (of the external environment in particular). Research shows that aging due to sun exposure (photo-aging) and time related aging processes are closely related. It means that exposure to UV radiation will speed up the process of appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation associated with aging (Fisher 2002).


Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), or oxygen radicals, advances the aging process of skin. Your skin is constantly under oxidative damage which leads to the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation. Using antioxidants will impede the process of aging and keep the skin safe from oxidative stress (Masaki 2010).


Lycopene and the fight against anti-aging

Lycopene acts in three ways to slow down and  reverse the process of aging:

  1. It acts as an antioxidant

  2. It acts as a sunscreen

  3. It plays a role in protecting your DNA


Lycopene as an anti-oxidant

Antioxidants are compounds that neutralize the free radical  – they are also called ‘free radical scavengers’ – and protects against cell damage due to free reactive species of oxygen and nitrogen, among other things. Lycopene is probably the best antioxidant and even more potent than beta-carotene. It is a very good scavenger of oxygen radicals (Valko 2007).

Lycopene is also regarded as THE best anti-aging substance available in supplement form. The reason is that after reacting with oxygen radicals, it is regenerated. That is, it is not destroyed after the reaction. It is again available for the detoxification of the body from dangerous species.

It is interesting to note that Lycopene, as a potent antioxidant, not only decreases the process of aging of the body overall but also reduces the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation due to sun exposure.

It is thought that sun rays damage the collagen in skin. Firmness of skin is due to bonds of collagen fibres. This collagen repairs imperfectly and skin loses its original structure. It leads to formation of ‘solar scaring’ and ultimately skin damage and wrinkles. Scientists suggest that by having an antioxidant treatment before-hand we can protect the body from damage.

Our skin also has supple protective enzymes and antioxidants but the skin’s protective mechanism is improved by taking better nutrition and antioxidants (Pandel 2013). So, although application of Lycopene will be effective, consumption of Lycopene will have a more profound protective effect.


Lycopene as a sunscreen

Lycopene does help protect our skin from exposure to UV radiation. Its SPF (sun protection factor) rating is 3, and is a level that gives protection from indirect sunlight or the light which passes through a window. An additional benefit of Lycopene is the ability to adjust and normalize intercellular gap junction communication and thus further improving your skin’s texture (Venket 2000). As Lycopene is destroyed by UV exposure, it is crucial that Lycopene is replaced; and a proven and reliable supplement intake is the best way to ensure that replacement!


The role in protecting DNA

DNA damage is a key aging process overall. By supplementing  Lycopene in your diet, it plays a major role in stabilizing the DNA structure of your skin and maintains the DNA repair pathway.


Other benefits of Lycopene

Lycopene  protects against heart attack (Rao 2003), reduces LDL ‘bad cholesterol’ level and protects against oxidative damage caused by LDL, it boosts the immune system and improves the communication between cells by enhancing  intercellular gap junction communication. It is the most abundant carotenoid in prostate, testes and adrenal glands (Rao 2002). This indicates that it plays a significant role in reproductive system. Lycopene is found to reduce the risk of cancer and HIV. It is now being used to treat Alzheimer’s disease, and hence it plays role in maintaining  a healthy nervous system. It also helps to maintain hormonal balance and the overall metabolism of the body.


Why Lycopene should be taken?

As Lycopene is the major carotenoid in the human body, and it is also the most abundant carotenoid naturally occurring in the human body. Lycopene is found in tissues and plasma in high concentrations, but the level of Lycopene degrades with age. Regular intake of Lycopene will keep the body younger and healthier (Lycocard 2006). Among the multiple benefits it provides, it’s role in anti-aging is noteworthy. It acts as an antioxidant, DNA damage protectant and a mild sunscreen. Lycopene slows down, as well as reverses, the signs of aging. By making this red pigmented compound a part of your daily diet, you can look and feel much younger!

The recommended daily intake is at least 35 mg.


    1. Higdon J. (2009) α-Carotene, β-Carotene, β-Cryptoxanthin, Lycopene, Lutein, and Zeaxanthin Linus Pauling Institute

    2. Fisher GJ, Kang S, Varani J, Bata-Csorgo Z, Wan Y, Datta S, Voorhees JJ. (2002) Mechanisms of photoaging and chronological skin aging Archives of Dermatology, vol. 138, no. 11, pp. 1462-1470.

    3. Masaki H, (2010) Role of antioxidants in the skin: Anti-aging effects Journal of Dermatological Science, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 85-90

    4. Valko M, Leibfritz D, Moncol J, Cronin MTD, Mazur M,  Telser J. (2007) Free radicals and antioxidants in normal physiological functions and human disease The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 44-84

    5. FREE PDF: Pandel R, Poljšak B, Godic A, Dahmane R. (2013) Skin Photoaging and the Role of Antioxidants in Its Prevention University of Ljubljana. ISRN Dermatology, vol. 2013, no. 11.

    6. FREE PDF: Venket Rao A, Agarwal S. (2000) Role of Antioxidant Lycopene in Cancer and Heart Disease University of Toronto. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Vol. 19, No. 5, 563–569

    7. FREE PDF: Rao LG, Guns E, Venket Rao A. (2003) Lycopene: Its role in human health and disease University of Toronto AGROFood, July/August, p25

    8. Rao VA. (2002) Lycopene, tomatoes, and the prevention of coronary heart disease US National Library of Medicine Nov;227(10):908-13

    9. Lycocard (2006) Lycopene and Human Health European Commission. Sixth Framework Programme



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