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How to Manage Anti-Aging, Pain Reduction, and Heart Health with Supplements

how to manage pain and aging naturally

Does body pain, heart health, or aging concern you? It's never too late to start a new routine, get the information you need to make informed decisions about your health, and live a healthy, happy life. In this article, you'll learn more about LAMININE and OMEGA+++, two clinically proven supplements for anti-aging and heart health.

How aging affects one’s body

As you age, you may notice that your body is not the same as it was before. These changes are part of what is called senescence, and it's a natural process that occurs over time, leading to changes in the body and a decline in physical and mental function. These changes are a normal part of aging and can include things like a decline in muscle strength, changes in mental function, and an increased risk of chronic conditions like heart disease and cancer. Senescence is not the same as disease, but certain diseases can accelerate the aging process. Maintaining proper circulation and cholesterol levels helps to impede the risk of these diseases.

Proper circulation is important for delivering oxygen and nutrients to the body's cells and tissues. It's also important for removing waste products from the body. Poor circulation can “pave the way” to a number of health problems, including fatigue, muscle cramps, cold hands and feet, and slow wound healing.

Healthy cholesterol levels are also crucial for ensuring the proper function of some body processes, such as building and repairing cells and assisting in the digestion and transport of fats. High levels of "bad" cholesterol, or LDL, can augment the risk of heart disease, while high levels of "good" cholesterol, or HDL, can help protect against heart disease.

Stem cell regeneration for healthy aging

The perception of aging and old age in society used to be very different than it is today. In the past, people's expectations of life expectancy were very different than they are now. Today, people expect to live well into their 80s and 90s, but in the past, life expectancy was closer to 40 or 50 years. That's because individuals in the past didn’t have access to the modern praxis of healthcare and medicine that we enjoy today. While it’s still not possible to halt the aging process, there are steps that can be taken to promote healthy aging, all made easier thanks to continuous research and studies conducted in the field.

One such modern healthcare discovery is stem cells. Stem cells are the body’s building blocks, from which more specialized cells evolve. They are a primitive type of cell that has the potential to regenerate and repair tissues, and they play a vital role in the body's natural repair and maintenance processes.

Because they are a novel breakthrough, more research is called for to fully understand the benefits of stem cells. However, some studies have discovered that stem cells have the potential to repair damaged tissues, suppress inflammation, and promote tissue regeneration. Stem cells are being studied further for their potential use in a wide range of medical treatments, including the treatment of diseases and conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and spinal cord injuries.

Healthy aging within reach with LAMININE and OMEGA+++

If you're looking for a smart way to boost your circulatory health and support stem cell regeneration, look no further than LAMININE and OMEGA+++.

Stem cell support with LAMININE

LAMININE supports stem cell regeneration through its blend of egg bioactive growth factors, which includes fibroblast growth factor-2 (FGF-2). FGF-2 supplements play a role in the growth and repair of cells and tissues. It is involved in many of the body's natural processes, including cell proliferation and differentiation, the formation of new blood vessels, and tissue repair. The mechanism by which these are all achieved involves telomeres, which are structures at the ends of your chromosomes that safeguard them from damage.

Telomeres shorten over time as a result of normal cellular processes and environmental factors, such as oxidative stress and inflammation. Short telomeres have been associated with a variety of age-related conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. FGF-2 has been shown to support telomere lengthening, which aids in the slowing of the aging process. This may manifest as improvements in symptoms that are typically associated with increased age, such as joint pain, resulting in reduced pain and improved mobility.

Circulatory health with OMEGA+++

The increased risk for heart disease with age may be due in part to cortisol, a hormone produced by the body in response to stress. Some studies have found that cortisol levels tend to be higher in older adults compared to younger adults. This may be due to a number of factors, including changes in the body's stress response system, the presence of chronic medical conditions, and the use of certain medications. High levels of cortisol can increase blood pressure and blood sugar levels, which are risk factors for heart disease.

OMEGA+++ contains two kinds of omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), as well as omega-9 fatty acids, all of which are helpful for heart health by reducing inflammation and encouraging proper blood flow. It is also fortified with vitamin K2, time-released coenzyme Q10, egg bioactive growth factors, and borage oil, making OMEGA+++ three times more effective than your usual fish oil supplements in supporting circulatory health.

Towards greater heights and a better life

Meet Nancy Andujar, who, as part of her third and final hike for the Triple Crown, hiked a 2,185.3-mile-long tranche of the Appalachian Trail by herself and completed the journey on her 56th birthday. Taking LAMININE and OMEGA+++ throughout the way, she did not let her age or her joint discomfort in the knees get in the way of her achieving her goal. "I don't think that by a certain point in time, you have to stop living," she explained in an interview. "Your life goes on." We agree with Nancy, and we believe you can do the same too.

That said, reach out to your physician about LAMININE and OMEGA+++ if you believe that these will help improve your quality of life. It all begins with a strong foundation, and circles all the way back to circulation (pun intended). Learn more about LAMININE and OMEGA+++ today.

About the Author

Dr. Ali is a medical journalist and copywriter at


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