Despite our best efforts, we still haven’t managed to stop time.
So Isagenix made IsaGenesis® instead.
It’s more telomere support for your cells, because cellbeing is wellbeing.*
Great health starts from the inside out.
* These statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Imagine the last time you felt your best — waking up after a good night’s rest or the moment when the endorphins kick in during your run.
Now imagine feeling that way more often.
That’s better health with IsaGenesis (Product B).
Healthy Reminder: For optimal telomere benefits, take as part of your daily Isagenix nutritional system.
The New and Improved Telomere Support
The latest formulation of Product B is so improved, we gave it a new name – IsaGenesis – and it’s scientifically designed to deliver the benefits of Product B you know and love from the previous version in a more powerful, effective way.
IsaGenesis features improved absorbability so that your body can effectively use the plant-based nutrients for superior antioxidant and telomere support in cells where they’re needed.
- Improved absorption for better delivery to cells
- More active ingredients than ever before
- Assists with youthful cell function and healthy telomeres
- Helps neutralize harmful free radicals that can accelerate aging
- Helps protect telomeres for optimal cell function.
- Improves efficiency of natural enzymes increasing antioxidant support
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What Are Telomeres?
Telomeres are found at the ends of a cell’s chromosomes, and they protect the DNA.
But telomeres shorten over time, exposing chromosomes to oxidative stress and damage.
IsaGenesis helps keep telomeres healthy.
How Does IsaGenesis Help With Youthful Aging?
Still no progress on the whole stopping/reversing time thing — which is OK, that idea wasn’t backed by science anyway.
Fortunately, IsaGenesis is.
We know that oxidative stress and free radicals accelerate the aging process, which is why the antioxidant properties in IsaGenesis are so beneficial to overall health.
What Are The Ingredients In IsaGenesis?
IsaGenesis® provides a unique blend of antioxidants and phytonutrient-rich herbal ingredients. These ingredients reinforce the body’s own defenses against oxidative stress and free radicals that can accelerate the effects of aging.
- Milk thistle — Milk thistle contains compounds including silymarin with demonstrated liver-supporting and free-radical defense properties (6-8).
- Ashwagandha — This popular herb has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine and is known for its benefits in supporting the body’s ability to adapt to stress (9, 10).
- Horny goat weed —This botanical ingredient supports healthy aging through different mechanisms, including support for immune and endocrine systems and benefits for metabolism and organ function (11-16).
- Grape seed extract — Grape seed extract has a high concentration of polyphenol flavonoids, which have been shown to support parameters related to heart health and normal platelet function (17-21).
- Turmeric — This popular curry spice contains curcumin and other related curcuminoid phytonutrients that have benefits for brain and immune health along with support free radical defenses in the body (22, 23).
- Giant knotweed — Giant knotweed is a natural source of the potent phytonutrient resveratrol, also found in red wine, that provides and immune system support and has been linked with benefits for healthy aging (24-26).
- Pomegranate — This fruit has significant beneficial properties related to its natural polyphenol content. It has been linked to benefits for heart health, metabolism, and detoxification systems (27-29).
- White, green, and black tea — Various types of tea leaves contain biologically active compounds associated with many health benefits, including support for cognitive function and the circulatory system (30-33).
- Asian ginseng — Shown to help support normal metabolism and circulation as well as healthy immune response (34, 35).
- Bilberry — Provides support for cognitive function and the brain’s response to oxidative stress (36-41).
- Additionally, vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and B12 (as a mix of methylcobalamin and cyanocobalamin) help combat oxidative stress and support normal metabolism. Vitamin C plays a role in developing and maintaining a healthy antioxidant status (42, 43). Adequate vitamin B12 is essential to maintain normal blood homocysteine levels. Elevated blood homocysteine is a known risk factor for oxidative stress (44, 45).
Who Should Use IsaGenesis?
IsaGenesis is ideal for anyone who wants to support their youthful energy and vitality.
It uses scientifically sound ingredients and is ideal for adults who want to gain the powerful healthy-aging benefits that have been shown to come with healthy telomeres.
This supplement contains no animal byproducts, making it safe for vegetarians and vegans to use.
Due to the powerful nature of the ingredients, do not consume IsaGenesis if you are pregnant or nursing.
How Do I Use IsaGenesis?
One serving of IsaGenesis consists of two softgels.
Adults 18 and older using IsaGenesis should take two servings daily: one in the morning with breakfast and one at lunch or in the evening with dinner, depending on personal preference.
What Are The Benefits Of IsaGenesis?
IsaGenesis is designed to target the ultimate sources of aging.
When combined with Isagenix Systems, this supplement is uniquely designed to offer what Isagenix believes to be the best telomere support on the market— resulting in powerful healthy-aging benefits such as youthful vitality and energy, vital organ support, and healthy immune system support.
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