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Nu Skin Scientists Present ageLOC Research at International Conference on Mitochondria
Date:12/3/2010

d study, Ferguson presented evidence that revealed improved energy levels in mice supplemented with the same proprietary ingredient blend as the mental acuity study. After seven weeks physical endurance was improved in the supplemented group as compared to a placebo group. Furthermore, the scientists reported that, relative to the placebo group, the supplemented group retained more muscle glycogen and had reduced lactic acid buildup during exercise.

Identifying Ingredients to Combat Aging

Steve Wood, Ph.D., R.D., director of global research for Nu Skin's nutritional brand, Pharmanex, presented, "A Nutritional Strategy to Oppose the Genetic Expression of Aging and Loss of Vitality." The research described an algorithm Nu Skin's partner LifeGen Technologies uses to identify genetic supermarkers of aging. Natural ingredients were then screened for their impact on the genetic expression of those supermarkers. This study further suggests that the aging process is influenced by the expression of several genes and that a single gene change cannot account for the entire range of age-related disorders.

About Targeting Mitochondria 2010

The First World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria 2010 was held Nov. 18-19 in Berlin and attended by scientists from 26 countries. The event was sponsored by several organizations including the International Society of Antioxidants in Nutrition and Health (ISANH), the French Society of Antioxidants (SFA) and the Japanese Society of Antioxidants (JSA). As many believe the future of medicine and human health will probably come through mitochondria, the conference was designed to draw attention to controversies and provide answers and perspectives of mitochondrial function as a target, as well as highlight applications and potential strategies in the prevention and treatment of many chronic conditions.

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