A beneficial effect on aging

Carnosine has many pronounced "rejuvenating" effects - it is a wonder how such a small dipeptide molecule can have such an effect on the rejuvenation of an organism

Carnosine has an exceptional ability to rejuvenate old and aging cells and change them into fully functional and healthy ones. It had long been assumed that old cells are not able to be rejuvenated, until the study documenting the effects of carnosine were published. Current findings show, that carnosine prolongs the time between cell divisions as well as increasing the number of divisions. The life cycle of the cell is significantly prolonged and the more carnosine given, the longer the intervals between the divisions and the more divisions.

Carnosine prolongs the average lifetime of fibroblasts in culture dishes, destroys their transformed (mutated) forms, protects against aldehydes and the formation of ß-amyloid fragments (typical for Alzheimer disease), and against the formation of α-synuclein (typical for Parkinson disease). In vitro, carnosine suppresses protein glycation and the creation of dangerous DNA/protein cross-linking.

Recent researches prove that patients taking carnosine look objectively younger after 6 months to one year than they did before taking carnosine. This fact supports the findings of “in vitro” experiments proving that carnosine is able to rejuvenate older cells in culture dishes, as well as “in vivo” experiments with animals, where the visible signs of aging are suppressed by carnosine. In these studies, carnosine significantly delayed the development of eye area skin ulcerations, spine lordocyphosis and typical aging symptoms. In addition, carnosine supplemented mice looked not only younger in ability, but achieved an average life extension of 20%. They say that Boris Yeltsin took “Russian supervitamine”, carnosine, so he looked ten years younger.


Carnosine Extra

Multifunctional protection of the cells

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