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Date:4/8/2013

skin cell, for instance. This is amazingly similar to the work we’re seeing done with our partner laboratories and their findings in working with human stem cells.”

With only a few scientists in the world studying the jellyfish and too few dollars going to them, Vestiage hopes to help these scientist create breakthrough ingredients that it can translate into products for its premium and prestige anti-aging customers. Vestiage intends to establish a method for funding the scientists through a non-profit or other venture and by holding events that will benefit longevity and anti-aging research goals.

“Our goal as a company is, of course, to make money for our shareholders but that is not distinct and apart from also advancing the science of our industry and pushing funding in the right direction to make important discoveries for anti-aging. I believe we can do something here to radically change human longevity and the quality of our lives,” said Kimball. “The longevity research we’re doing is focused on a combination of Telomere lengthening, deep sea microbial and human stem cell research, and the work with our deep sea friend, the Benjamin Button Jellyfish, Turritopsis Dohrnii. Hopefully, as clinical results come in from these areas, we can apply new potential ingredients to functional anti-aging products and really rock the anti-aging world.”

Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals has concluded its research and development of three revolutionary products in conjunction with its partners Robinson Pharma and NutraGenesis. The first three products by Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals are “Calm and Collected”, a “mood leveling” and anti-stress soft gel, “Trim and Energized”, a weight management and sustained energy soft gel, and “Super Soft Skin!”, a “beauty from the inside-out” soft gel designed to enhance skin elasticity and protect the youthfulness of skin as well as relieve the symptoms of stress brought on by aging. Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals is currentl
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