Do we have to grow old?

25 to 35 years old

This is a rather intense period in life: active work and starting a career put out body to the test. In addition, many women become mothers at this age. After pregnancy and childbirth, women’s body loses the necessary substances, which affects hair and teeth; first wrinkles may also appear. So it’s time to prevent nutrient deficiencies and compensate for incurred losses.


35 to 45 years old

Many people notice the first signs of aging. One cannot stay fresh and alert after a sleepless night any more, like at the age of 20. We are more tired, and it takes more time to rest. At the same time, we bear more responsibility for children and for elderly parents. The endocrine profile begins to change, which affects both the appearance and internal organs: chronic ailments or even diseases can appear. Excess weight often starts to pile on. Fatigue grows and we need more time for rest. Now you need magnesium that helps to cope with stress and to establish a healthy sleep and calcium that preserves the strength of bones and teeth. Also pay attention to curcumin as an anti-inflammatory agent. In addition, support the normal functioning of the liver and the bacterial population of your intestines.

45 to 55 years old

Think about heart health, as cardiovascular diseases come to the fore in this decade, and blood pressure can rise. For women, this is the period of entry into premenopause. Due to the decrease in the level of estrogen, an intense loss of calcium begins, the skin becomes less firm and elastic, and the risk of gallstones dramatically increases. Men notice signs of weakening sexual potency. It’s time to get into the habit of keeping track of cholesterol and blood sugar. It is very important to constantly take not only calcium to avoid its deficiency, but also vitamin K2 (calcium activator) for full absorption of this valuable trace element. Now your body needs a comprehensive protection and support, as they say, “on all fronts”.



For women, this is the beginning of menopause; many men already have experienced heart attacks at this age. The metabolism slows down, leading to excess weight and additional stress on the internal organs, joints and heart. Due to massive loss of calcium, osteoporosis is rapidly developing, so be sure to take calcium and vitamin D supplements. Omega-3 fatty acids are also extremely important, as they protect the heart, brain and vision. Supplements with curcumin will help you reduce the level of inflammation in the body, preserve the mobility of the joints and protect the liver.