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Supplement your health with REVENOL as part of an anti-aging regime

Antioxidants: help for the symptoms of aging, your heart and circulation

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Oxygen is crucial for life – so it can’t possibly be bad for you, can it? Unfortunately it can – oxygen also causes rust (otherwise known as oxidation) and decay. In the human body, oxygen promotes the production of free radicals – which can initiate and encourage a number of serious degenerative diseases, such as cancer, strokes, cataracts, atherosclerosis, and arthritis. Free radicals speed up degeneration and the aging process, causing the body to ‘rust’ faster; they have also been identified in over 80 age-related diseases1. Free radical production is increased by elements of modern life such as pollution and smoking – so what can you do, apart from live in a bubble? Help is at hand: antioxidants, as the name suggests, help counteract this process, breaking down these free radicals. Your body produces its own antioxidant called glutathione, and has it’s own detoxifier called the liver – but it needs some support to combat the pressures of extended life. As you are now likely to live longer, why not enjoy those extra years without suffering age-related illnesses, aches and pains, stiff joints, and general lack of energy?

Does exercise help destroy free radicals?

When you exercise heavily, you use more oxygen. And the more oxygen you use, the more free radicals your body produces. You may have heard of athletes suffering from exaggerated degeneration of muscles and tissues in later life – studies have shown2 that this is due to their bodies creating considerably more free radicals than usual. Your body needs nutritional help to protect itself from this damage, whether or not you are an athlete.

How can you increase antioxidants in your body?

There are a number of naturally-occurring sources of antioxidants, and a diet rich in white pine bark; grape seeds and skin; rice bran; and sorghum will help. Following such a diet is neither practical nor easy – a simple one-a-day supplement would be easier and more powerful. Revenol™ was formulated to focus on this problem, and it is more potent – as well as convenient – than chewing your way through a list of naturally occurring antioxidants. Revenol™ has been developed with all these ingredients in combination, and is also designed to be easy for your body to absorb.

What health problems can Revenol help me with?

Revenol is designed to support the following, as part of a program:

  • Cardiovascular / heart problems
  • Unclogging arteries
  • Wrinkles and age-related skin conditions
  • Maintain and prevent damage to
  • Eye problems and improve visual acuity
  • Increase vitality and well-being
  • Slow the onset of age-related degenerative disease
  • It is important to remember that there is no substitute for healthy diet and sensible amounts of exercise – Revenol backs these up and does not replace them. If you are already suffering from effects of degenerative disease, using the more powerful Cascading is recommended.

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  • Initially, take two tablets twice daily for three days. Then decrease the dose to one tablet twice daily.
  • Features:

  • Known antioxidants in pine bark and grape seed extract.
  • The most powerful naturally-occurring antioxidants: curcuminoids3
  • Highly bio-available (easy for your body to absorb)
  • For more information click here for the ORAC Report (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) is a method of measuring antioxidant capacities of different foods) on Revenol. This was produced by Leatherhead Food International, LFI is regarded by over 1,000 companies from around the world as a preferred partner - for market intelligence, food research and analysis, food legislation, business and technical information and training.


    1. The Antioxidants by Richard A. Passwater McGraw-Hill/Contemporary Books; Revised edition (1998)
    2. Source: SportsMedWed, a non-profit, educational site based at Rice University, Houston.
    3. For more information on curcuminoids and their effects, visit

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