Nei To Aging

Superfamily of 87 Proteins

Nei To Aging - Healthy Living Magazine

Nei To Aging - Healthy Living Magazine

Evidence suggests that premature human aging results from the individual’s neuro-endocrine-immune (NEI) system reacting to a stressful environment. Mood, memory and focus are functions of the neurological system. When the nervous system weakens, it negatively affects many areas of the body. An individual becomes insulin-resistant, muscle loses tone and the body starts to take on an apple shape. Cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure increase; fatigue sets in; sleep becomes restless.

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The hormonal or endocrine system controls everything from metabolic function to the repair and regeneration cycles of cells. As we age, hormonal levels change and the ability to repair and regenerate is reduced.

The purpose of the immune system is to keep infectious bacteria, viruses and fungi out and destroy microorganisms that attempt to invade the body. The immune system engulfs and destroys genetically damaged cells. Impaired immune performance causes the body to fall prey to serious infections, injury and disease. With premature aging, the immune system becomes less effective and the body cannot rid itself of toxins. It takes longer to recover from illnesses and we become vulnerable to disease.

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Repair and Rebuild Youth

The NEI complex’s ability to reduce, repair and rebuild— conditions necessary to youth—will be destroyed without nutrients that cause them to regenerate. The future of nutritional science lies in supplements that address major bodily systems simultaneously.

LimuZ, an effervescent powder that can be mixed with a cup of water, delivers vitamin C with first-milking colostrum, Limu, fucoidan, fucoxanthin, zeolite and acetyl-l-carnitine for a direct effect on the neuro-endocrine-immune axis.

Nei To Senility

Premature aging can be slowed with supplements containing the insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) super family of protein-based peptides. These tiny hormone-like substances are part of a superfamily of 87 proteins that govern cell and tissue repair. First milk contains the entire IGF-1 superfamily and delivers them intact into the bloodstream thanks to chaperone compounds that limit their breakdown in the digestive system. This facilitates their passage intact into the bloodstream.

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One Hundred years life without Cancer

There is an island off the coast of Okinawa called Hachi Jo, known as the Island of Longevity. This island has a reputation of producing a disproportional number of centenarians—people who live over 100 years of age. In fact, the residents are rarely stricken with modern diseases such as cancer, irregular blood pressure, strokes, cardiac infarction or Alzheimer’s disease. Curious health-minded researchers questioned their superior longevity, vigor, disease resistance and overall bodily strength and stature. The relative longevity and health was attributed to their consumption of Limu. Recent studies credit continuous consumption of seaweed (Limu) in providing the people of Hachi Jo with a distinct advantage over the rest of the world’s populations. Limu has been labeled “one of the most important marine medicinal foodstuffs…to prevent obesity and diabetes.” One active component is alginic acid and another fucoidan, an antiinflammatory with antioxidant action that blocks buildup of betaamyloid protein (A beta) in the brain. Beta-amyloid concentrates in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients. LimuZ has 40 pounds of Limu (Laminaria japonica) condensed down to one pound, a 40:1 ratio to give the highest concentration available. The content of fucoidan is between 2.5 and 4%. The concentration level of fucoidan extract in LimuZ is over 90%.

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