Lipid Peroxidation Reduction
An organic molecule in LPR-1® (3’-deoxyadenosine) can slow, stop or perhaps even reverse the effect of lipid peroxidation damage to organ that happens as we age.
The amount of lipid peroxidation defense in our body decline as we get older2.
In 2005 and 2009, studies from Harvard Medical School and Imperial College London have shown that lipid peroxidation damage to be a root cause of cellular ageing14, 15.
Scientists from various renowned research institutes around the world have also explained how this organic molecule can protect and reduce the effect of lipid peroxidation damage to organs.
Exposing organs and human cells to the organic molecule reduces organ ageing and allows organs to work efficiently again as though they were younger16, 17.
This organic molecule in LPR-1® can:
- Address lipid peroxidation damage and organ ageing.
- Help organ cells live longer and continue to function properly.
- Make old organs function as they did when they were younger (by reducing the cumulated lipid peroxidation damage).
There are other things we can do that might help restore lipid peroxidation defense or at least slow the loss of lipid peroxidation defense: reduce stress, stop smoking, lose weight, exercise more and eat a healthier diet.
Exposing the organic molecule found in LPR-1®
(3’-deoxyadenosine) in studies
slows organ ageing.
Allowing organs to function efficiently
as though they were younger16, 17.