Important for your brain and muscles
Carnosine is found in high concentrations in the brain and muscle. It is
important for helping muscle cells to contract and for preventing fatigue.
In the brain, it sensitizes neurons to some signals while at the same time
protecting them from overstimulation. It also has a role in regulating
heartbeat. Carnosine protects the body by preventing cellular damage
caused by harmful sugar products and free radicals. Carnosine levels
decrease with age, and longer-lived animals tend to have more
carnosine in their cells.
The most exciting studies of carnosine have been done in cell cultures.
Researchers found that cells treated with carnosine not only stay younger,
but old cells can be rejuvenated. Carnosine also blocks the growth of
cancer cells. Carnosine-treated animals live longer, look and act younger
and keep their mental faculties sharper.
Protects and optimizes cellular function
In human studies, carnosine is helpful for improving wound healing and
dealing with ulcers. It also appears to protect the heart by increasing the
heart's ability to contract and helping blood vessels to relax. Overall,
carnosine helps protect your body by promoting youthful and functional cells.
• Prevents cellular damage
• Rejuvenates cells
• Protects the heart
• Blocks cancer cell growth
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Supports cellular health
Take one capsule two to three times a
day on an empty stomach, or as
directed by a qualified health care
Carnosine should not be taken by
persons with serum carnosinase
Consult with a physician in case of
disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease,
multiple sclerosis (MS), or after a