BIOLOGICAL ANTI-AGEING EFFECT
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE GET OLDER?
Our cells gradually lose antioxidant capacity and capacity to produce energy.
This situation leads to generating oxidative free radicals (ROS).
ROS are harmful agents for cells and for all functional processes the body carries out.
WHICH ORGANS ARE AFFECTED THE MOST?
The heart, muscles, skin and brain are the organs that need the energy process to be more efficient.
Adequate nutrient supplementation will therefore improve the functionality of these organs not only today, but also in the future.
COENZYME Q10 (CoQ10)
THE NATURAL ANTIOXIDANT
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a molecule naturally present in all cells of the human body and is an essential component of the energy production chain.
CoQ10 contributes to keeping a healthy cardiovascular, neurological and skin status, as it acts against free radicals, which are primarily responsible for cell ageing.
Age, diseases or stress affect the production of CoQ10. In taking CoQ10, it is incorporated into cells, so the levels in your body stabilise.
The formulation of SENIOR COMPLEX CoQ10, Pure Royal Jelly, Vitamins and Minerals contribute to:
Protecting from oxidative damage
Promoting cardiovascular function
Normal neurological and visual function
Facilitating collagen production
Normal functioning of muscles and bones
Pure Royal Jelly, with high nutritional value that contributes to the supply of energy
Vitamins that comply with the European Pharmacopoeia
Magnesium in the form of citrate, which favours its absorption without gastric discomfort
The highest liquid CoQ10 content on the market: 110 mg. It is concentrated in an oily base, enabling its absorption into the body and its action on tissues and organs.
The formulation of SENIOR COMPLEX additionally includes Pure Royal Jelly, Vitamins and Minerals whose action combined with CoQ10 contributes to:
- Protecting from oxidative damage, responsible for cell ageing.
- Maintaining the metabolism of fatty acids, promoting cardiovascular function.
- Normal neurological and visual function.
- Collagen production in skin, joints, bones and blood vessels, facilitating functionality, elasticity and firmness.
- Normal functioning of muscles and bones, helping to decrease muscle weakness and the risk of bone fracture.
- Maintaining the energy metabolism, reducing fatigue and tiredness.