THE SCIENCE BEHIND US

AGING IS THE RESULT OF COMPLEX MULTI-FACTORIAL INFLUENCES THAT OCCUR IN BETWEEN THE LIFESTYLES ONE CHOOSES, THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE GENOME OF EACH ONE OF US AS INDIVIDUALS. LEARNING ABOUT YOUR COLLAGEN, CELLULAR AGEING, AND FREE RADICAL REMOVALS ARE ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS TO ANTI-AGING. CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN AT MANY CORNERS IN LIFE.

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Frequently Asked Questions

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY BODY THAT PRODUCES COLLAGEN IS NORMAL?

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the animal kingdom. If the gene is mutated, the information it produces will result in that the skin becomes flaccid (droopy) faster.

CAN MY BODY REMOVE FREE RADICALS ON ITS OWN?

This physiological function is determined in our DNA. Therefore, if you have this gene mutated, should take other measures to ensure that this does not cause premature aging. However, your body may have the ability to perform the function of coding and forming your body ‘s own antioxidants responsible for eliminating free radicals.

WHY I DON’T I LOOK AS YOUNG AS MY AGE?

Aging is the result of complex multifactorial influences that occur in the time between the lifestyles one chooses, the environment and the genome of each individual. Care must be taken at many corners in life. Empower yourself with your DNA.

WHAT IF THE GENE THAT HAS TO DO WITH THE FORMATION OF MY ANTIOXIDANTS IS MUTATED?

In this case, you are advised to take supplements containing antioxidants and try to lower the amount of free radicals produced by metabolism.

HOW CAN A DNA TEST HELP ME TO LOOK YOUNGER?

Continuous skin care can increase skin regeneration, elasticity, softness, and thus temporarily change the skin condition. However, it is necessary to stop the degradation of the primary structural components of the skin, such as collagen and elasticity to prevent wrinkling. Therefore, our genes say a lot about our appearance. You will learn if you require more profound care to stop the degradation of these components.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO STOP THE AGING PROCESS?

Scientific studies indicate that it is indeed possible to delay skin aging and improve skin condition. This can be controlled through Anti-Aging management with selected products and special nutritional supplements. Empower yourself with your DNA’s special requirements.

IS THE ROLE OF ANTIOXIDATION IS DESCRIBED IN MY GENES?

Antioxidants protect the body from the harmful effects of byproducts known as free radicals. These molecules normally form when the body changes oxygen and food into energy. Some of the genes analyzed in this test can assist you in determining your ability to deal with anti-oxidation.

WILL I LEARN THAT BECAUSE OF MY GENES I WILL BE SHOW EARLY SIGNS OF AGING?

This physiological function is determined in your DNA. Therefore if your gene is mutated, you may wish to seek measures to ensure that you guard against premature aging.

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF INFLAMMATORY PROCESSES IN AGING?

Scientific studies show that inflammation is the underlying basis of the molecular alterations that link pathological aging to the age-related processes.

WHAT IS GLYCATION?

Glycation comes from the word glucose and is the result of the body’s reaction to sugars we consume in food, which is increasingly common due to our bad eating habits.


Glucose from carbohydrates, to meet with the fibers of collagen and elastin, it adheres to them, forces them to become rigid and to commence to “caramelize”. Accumulating in the wall of the dermis (skin) and generating increased free radical formation. This reaction is a complex called AGEs. They increase the level of oxidation. Thus deteriorating its appearance in both texture and pigmentation. The result is something we do not like; wrinkles, loss of elasticity of the skin and blemishes.

HOW DOES GLYCATION AFFECT THE APPEARANCE OF MY SKIN?

One of the most visible signs of premature aging in the skin is glycation. Where once healthy and strong strands of collagen, giving way to wrinkles, dryness and sagging skin. External factors such as sun exposure can accelerate the extrinsic skin aging.

IS GLYCATION REGULATED BY THE DNA?

Yes, this process is regulated by the AGER gene, so if this is mutated, you should take measures to prevent glycation.

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