Power against aging
Tips, energy, and frequencies for vitality
When people think of the term "anti-aging," many think of the skin's youthful and fresh appearance. However, the topic goes much deeper. In recent years, researchers and scientists have made enormous progress in the field of anti-aging, viewing aging as a complex process linked to many factors which starts in the body's cells and gradually weakens critical bodily functions. The occurrence of so-called "age-related diseases" is the result.
Every day we are exposed to harmful substances. Some of them we breathe in, others we ingest through our food. They accelerate the aging process or the development of (age-related) diseases. Scientists working on anti-aging's complex topics have discovered foods that can effectively slow down the aging process.
Broccoli sprouts, pomegranates, and mushrooms
One such ingredient is sulforaphane. It occurs in broccoli sprouts, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, kohlrabi, and other cabbage types. Wild herbs also contain it, especially watercress and nasturtium. Sulforaphane activates, like no other ingredient, the regulator NRF2, which stimulates the production of antioxidants in the body.
Mitochondria are the so-called power stations of the body, as they convert nutrients into energy and thus keep the cells healthy. When aging, this function weakens, leading to more and more defective mitochondria. Cells, tissue, and muscles become weak. A substance called Urotholin A can prevent this process and lead to the regeneration of mitochondria. To achieve this effect, you should eat pomegranates. The fruit's juicy, red seeds contain a polyphenol called ellagitannin, which is converted into Urotolin A by our gut microbes.
Two of the most potent antioxidants are glutathione and L-Ergothioneine. According to research, certain amounts of these can prevent many age-related diseases. Glutathione is believed to help prevent the development of cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, while L-Ergothioneine is believed to prevent Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Both substances are found in fungi. It is sufficient to add only five mushrooms to the daily diet to consume them in effective quantities.
Frequencies of food supplements
Of course, food supplements against aging have also been developed. They are considered the most expensive food supplements on the market. Wildly popular is Astragalus, which combats the aging process of cells, and Riordan Stem Kine, which stimulates the body's natural repairing process. Much potential is also attributed to deuterium-depleted water as it's able to lower the deuterium level of water in the body. These and ten other food supplements are stored as frequencies in a special 90.10.-CARD: "Tink for Men" was developed for middle-aged men, "Tink for Women" is aimed at women in this age group. Besides the so-called anti-aging booster, both cards contain four other complex boosters.