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- With over 30 years of experience as a naturopathic physician, Prof. Eliezer Ben-Joseph has seen the changes our society as a whole has undertaken due to a lack of proper diet, exercise and prevention of disease. More and more it became apparent that each generation was suffering from a lack of supplementation and active lifestyle.
Searching for the Purest ingredientsProf. Eliezer Ben-Joseph, and his desire to provide unequalled health products with an emphasis on purity and benefit to the customer. Consulting with the doctors that are leaders in their respective specialties, Sir Eliezer researched extensively the need for health supplementation that would pioneer the industry of health related natural science.
Revitalize and RegenerateWith over 30 years of experience as a naturopathic physician, Prof. Eliezer Ben-Joseph has seen the changes our society as a whole has undertaken due to a lack of proper diet, exercise and prevention of disease. More and more it became apparent that each generation was suffering from a lack of supplementation and active lifestyle.
Why Prime Longevity?
The Eight Causes of Disease
If someone were to ask you to tell them what matters most in life, what is most important, what would your answer be? Money? Fame? Family and friends? Whatever it is, one answer that’s high on most everyone’s list is health and longevity. After all, without a long life lived in good health, how can you enjoy all that you cherish and have worked hard to attain and achieve?
You’ve heard it so many times, among comments between adults with enough life experience to know the truth of it - without your health, you have nothing. It is the foundation of everything. Of course, the flip side of good health is bad health. The list seems endless: colds, flu, arthritis, diabetes, cancer, and so many more. While many conditions are age related, the reason that we fall prey to disease is due to one or more of the following factors:
mitochondrial energy depletion
glycation, lipoxidation, and carbonylation
These factors frequently join forces to compromise the body’s natural defenses against illness and disease, causing all sorts physical degradation and premature aging. Imagine being able to thwart these factors that cripple you and steal your precious time simply by swallowing a few capsules every day……
Conventional wisdom says that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is, yet you can see that the word used is “conventional” not “absolute” because every once in a while, something comes along to challenge the conventional wisdom with something extraordinary, and you are in the right place at the right time for a revolutionary new product that is now available to you.
Welcome to a new age, the age of Prime Longevity.
This report will help you to understand the comprehensive science behind this formula and how you can, indeed, find time in a bottle.
Man has been looking for a way to extend his time on earth and maintain peak functionality while doing it ever since he realized that he was a mortal being. This goal has urged explorers to launch ships in an effort to find the Fountain of Youth, prompted scientists to burn the midnight oil while they experimented with formulas for the Elixir of Life, and guided pilgrims to search for the Holy Grail so that they can drink from it and attain immortality. As medical and scientific research has continued, an enormous body of information has been created, including the discovery of the anti-aging molecule. You may ask yourself why, with all this information available, has no one come up with a supplement like Prime Longevity before. The answer is simple – making all the data cohesive enough to be effective is not for the dilettante or the marketer looking to make a dollar on the next big thing. It takes someone with an extremely comprehensive knowledge of the subject, someone who has spent years in study, someone who has no other projects that must be put on hold in order to devote the necessary amount of time to collating all the data, someone who is not beholden to a pharmaceutical company for its research and development capital, someone who is truly committed to quality and effectiveness rather than the financial opportunity that a designer line of supplements might offer. Prime Longevity addresses both life span and health span, the number of years spent vital and vigorous, not merely drawing breath. Prime Longevity offers you the opportunity to minimize, postpone, or altogether eliminate the time you spend enduring ill health.
This section will provide you with a brief synopsis of the eight causes of disease and how they can affect you:
There are approximately 100 trillion individual living units, our cells, which make up the human body, each assigned to a different organ or body system, each grouping with a function to perform, like a small bio-factory creating the manifestation of life itself. Cells are composed of smaller particles called molecules, which are composed of even smaller particles called atoms. You may remember from science class that each atom has a pair of electrons, which orbit its nucleus, much like the planets orbit the sun in our solar system. When one of the electrons becomes detached, the remaining atom or molecule is thrown out of balance, becoming what is known as a free radical. In the instinct of self-preservation, these free radicals will steal an electron from another molecule, causing further imbalance and the creation of more free radicals. This process is called oxidation and the domino effect which produces billions of free radicals can take place in a mere fraction of a second. Oxidation causes damage and destruction to the human body at the cellular level, resulting in disease and premature aging. The brain is 10 times more vulnerable to attacks by free radicals due to its composition of easily oxidized lipid molecules. When an attack is severe enough to cause genetic damage, we see birth defects, accelerated aging, and diseases such as cancer. Physical trauma, treatments such as chemotherapy, and emotional and physical stress are some of the internal factors contributing to the production of free radicals. The body actually creates some free radicals deliberately to defend itself against viruses and bacteria. Exposure to air pollution, pesticides, and irradiation are some of the contributing factors which come from outside the human body.
Fortunately, there are materials which oppose the oxidation process. These are known as antioxidants and their job is to neutralize the effects of free radical damage by marshalling its defensive forces of enzymes, amino acids, peptides, and other molecules, and destroying the free radicals.
The presence of enzymes in the body is so essential that it has been suggested that the span of one’s life is directly related to the rate of enzyme exhaustion. Enzymes initiate and control all chemical reactions in the body and to experience a deficiency in enzyme production results in aging, disease, and premature death. Our very existence and all its manifestations – reproduction, mental activity, even breathing – are the result of the enzyme process.
The three categories of enzymes are food, digestive, and metabolic. The enzyme content of food is what determines whether it is healthy or unhealthy. Cooked and processed foods are so low in enzymes that, instead of being able to begin the assimilation process in the stomach, which is the function of food enzymes, the entire burden is put on the digestive system. Metabolic enzymes are responsible for, among other things, the modulation of the detoxification process and the elimination of destructive microorganisms.
Research shows that every body system can be affected by an enzyme deficiency, resulting in illnesses as pervasive and diverse as irritable bowel syndrome, gingivitis, multiple sclerosis, autism, sinusitis, psoriasis, stroke, and cancer. Enzyme therapy has proved quite valuable in the treatment of many of these conditions, particularly cancer, because enzyme supplementation reduces the need for the body to spend its energy on enzyme production and allows it to focus the metabolic enzymes on the sources of the disease.
To hinder the depletion of enzymes is to promote the extension of our life and health spans.
Inflammation is a defense mechanism created by the immune system to fight off infection and irritation and initiate healing. Swelling, heat, pain, and redness are all symptoms of this survival apparatus, initiated as the first step in the healing process. Occasionally, however, the regulatory aspect of this mechanism fails to perform its function and allows inflammation to continue uncontrolled.
There are many illnesses and disorders that seem to accompany the aging process, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and Parkinson’s. However, there has been increasing evidence to support the idea that the underlying cause of these and many other conditions are actually inflammatory conditions. It is now widely accepted in the medical community that coronary artery disease, a leading cause of death for men and women in this country, is inherently connected to inflammation.
Scientists have also recently discovered an enzyme, produced in response to inflammatory process, which helps to create another avenue to further inflammation. This enzyme, commonly known as COX-2, only appears during episodes of inflammation and the process could not continue without it. Another enzyme, recently identified and known as LOX-5, is now being linked to neuro-degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, stroke, and ischemia, previously thought to be solely the result of the aging and physical breakdown process.
Mitochondrial Energy Depletion
Every cell in the body operates with small organ structures called mitochondria. They act as batteries for creating and maintaining cellular energy, providing the strength and stamina the body needs to perform everyday activities. When these batteries run low, both mental and physical functions are diminished. In youth, the body is able to replicate mitochondria, keeping up with increasing demands for energy. Aging, and its associated chemical degradations, sees a significant drop in the body’s ability to sustain that pace the energy production. This situation is exacerbated by attacks by free radicals, becoming a vicious cycle resulting in heightened damage and more frequent episodes of disease.
In the normal manner of cellular life, apoptosis occurs, which is the organized death and removal process of each cell before regeneration can take place. When the level of mitochondrial energy becomes inadequate to serve the body’s minimum metabolic needs, the apoptosis process is compromised. The abnormal cells that remain may die without being removed, thus creating further inflammation, or even mutate into cancer.
Mitochondria are particularly susceptible to free radical attacks due to their unique and individually formed DNA structure, which does not possess the necessary safeguard mechanisms for repair and protection.
Probably the most familiar and talked about component of the human body is the immune system. It is the gauge of the body’s state of health, its primary defense against disease, and its chief supporter of good health.
When the body is invaded by threatening entities such as toxins, bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites, the immune system rallies its array of defense components to protect it. The immune system is armed with both detection and response mechanisms, designed to establish barriers, root out foreign substances, and eliminate them before they replicate. Without its vigilant watch for damaged, malformed, or mutated cells, the incidents of cancer would be even greater in number.
Considering all the strains of virus, bacteria, parasites and the like extant in the world as we know it, the immune system and its complex infrastructure of tissue, cells, and organs is all that stands between the body and sickness and death.
In all of mankind’s efforts to move forward, to make progress in every area of life, has left us awash in a sea of toxins. Deadly poisons have literally hitched a ride on planes, trains, and automobiles, not to mention all the high tech devices we have fashioned in the name of medicine and recreation. The most fundamental aspects of the body’s daily life and function have been compromised by the unintended consequences of progress. The air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat all bring the body into contact with the most damaging environmental toxins. The average American household is a cornucopia of poisons what with all the cleaning and deodorizing products, cosmetics and personal grooming products, food additives, and prescription and non-prescription drugs kept on hand.
Normal metabolic function can produce certain toxins, such as lactic acid and urea, which combine with the chemicals to create a potentially lethal potion. The result has been a nearly unimaginable plague of diseases. In addition of a rise in the more familiar illnesses, such as flu, insomnia, migraines, allergies, and heart disease, we have seen the increase in birth defects and the advent of a variety of new syndromes like ADD, ADHD, chronic fatigue and, of course, HIV/AIDS.
In remote parts of the world that remain relatively untouched by pollution there exist cultures whose members live to be well over 100 years old. Their air is clean, their water is clean, and their diet consists of unprocessed, uncontaminated foods. As modern civilization finds its way to these people, so does disease and premature death.
Not even this amazing machine we call the human body can stand up to the relentless onslaught of toxins that are the by-products of modern life.
Stress is the true common denominator, the enemy that besets us all at one time or another, in one form or another. Money, relationships, health problems, the state of the world, war – each one can cause debilitating stress, which is the physiological and mental response to situations, real or imagined, with which we do not believe we can reasonably cope. If you yourself are not currently taking some kind of mood altering, tranquilizing, or antidepressant drug, you can be sure that someone you know is.
These are powerful influences and they can manifest as insomnia, fatigue, anxiety, depression, migraines, ulcers, hives, heart attacks, and death. Stress can deplete the immune system, clearing the way for cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, muscular, endocrine, and mental health problems. There are medical research scientists who are convinced that as much as 80% of age-related diseases that fail to resolve in a timely manner are stress induced.
Glycation, Lipoxidation, and Carbonylation
The excess of insulin in the bloodstream is related to the glycation process. The food we eat is converted into energy to nourish each cell, with glucose being the sugar that aids in the assimilation of proteins and carbohydrates. The pancreas produces insulin, a polypeptide molecule, to address an increase of glucose in the bloodstream. An excess of glucose in the bloodstream and is the foundation of diabetes. If left unchecked, this condition can be responsible for heart attacks, blindness, and kidney failure.
When blood sugars link up with lipids, lipoxidation occurs. Whenever any process involves lipids, the organs most vulnerable to damage are the ones with the highest fatty acid composition, like the brain and the heart. When the surrounding proteins become cross-linked, their function and integrity is damaged and compromised. The body then alerts the immune system to produce inflammatory chemicals known as cytokines, which cause help to cause conditions like arthritis, vision loss, fatigue, wrinkled skin, and cataracts, to name a few.
One of the most commonly observable symptoms in the aging process is the appearance of brown spots on the skin. This is the result of a chemical process called carbonylation, an action much like roasting meat or toasting bread. When proteins oxidize and react to various sugars, lipids, and other bio-chemicals, carbonylation results, causing the proteins in play to accumulate in the vital organs. As the buildup worsens, the organs experience more damage and function is impaired. This degradation can affect every body system, from skin discoloration to neurodegenerative conditions. When the cells become unable to identify damaged DNA, the illness and aging process escalate.
This information has not been evaluated or approved by the FDA and is not necessarily based on scientific evidence from any source. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are intended to support general wellbeing and are not intended to treat, diagnose, mitigate, prevent, or cure any condition or disease. The results may vary from person to person based upon your medical condition. If conditions persist, please seek advice from your Healthcare or Medical practitioner.