The most important nutrient you've never heard of
"They" say you can't turn back the clock, can't cheat Father Time and there's no such thing as the Fountain of Youth.
But who the heck are "they" -- and when did we start listening to them anyway?
The fact is, your body already knows EXACTLY how to turn back the clock and reverse the aging process -- and it never forgets.
It's just missing a key ingredient it needs to do the job right.
That missing link is l-GT -- a nutrient so powerful that scientists refer to it as "the master antioxidant." It plays a major role in not only keeping you young and beautiful, but managing the life and death of every single cell in your body.
'Master antioxidant' reverses aging
A new analysis in Natural Medicine Journal looked at many of the 81,000 studies on l-GT published over the past 100 years, and in addition to confirming the links to health and youth, the researchers found that most people don't get nearly enough.
That's because l-GT production practically shuts down as you get older, leaving you with just a fraction of what you need -- and that's when you start to look your age.
Studies have found that optimum levels are around 250 mg a day -- but most people get just 35 mg.
That's a heckuva shortfall -- and it shows in every line on your face.
So what happens when you do get what you need? In one randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, volunteers given 500 mg of l-GT a day for just four weeks had noticeable and significant improvements in skin tone when compared to those who got the dummy supplement.
But since l-GT works from the inside out, the benefits are more than just skin deep: It also kicks disease-causing toxins right out of your body.
It's like a bouncer at an exclusive club that invites the young and beautiful in…and keeps the thugs out.
Now, I know what you're thinking: If all this has been confirmed by 81,000 studies over 100 years, why the heck haven't I heard of it?
Simple: It's not really in anyone's interest to sell this stuff to you.
It's available over-the-counter, so there's no motive for drug makers. And since it would literally spell the death of expensive anti-aging creams and lotions -- some of which will actually damage your skin, not save it -- the cosmetics industry won't touch it.
So that leaves my team.
We're working on a new anti-aging blend that's going to knock your socks off -- and of course, l-GT will be at its heart.
About the author
William Campbell Douglass I.I., M.D. has been called "the conscience of modern medicine."
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