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Video: New Online Film Introduces Longevinex Advantage(TM) -- The First Resveratrol-Based Dietary Supplement to Address Both Cellular and Connective Tissue Aging
Date:6/29/2009

SAN DIMAS, Calif., June 29 /PRNewswire/ --- A newly-produced 8-minute online film introduces Longevinex Advantage(TM), the newly formulated dietary supplement that, for the first time, addresses both cellular and connective tissue aging.

To view the Multimedia News Release, go to: http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/longevinex/38884/

The film addresses the current rage -- resveratrol (rez-vair-ah-trawl) pills. Consumers have recently been hearing about the possibility of slowing the rate of human aging using natural red wine molecules such as resveratrol. But resveratrol pills have an inherent flaw -- they narrowly address cellular aging, which is characterized by shortening of telomeres (end caps on chromosomes), loss of cellular energy produced in the mitochondria, and progressive accumulation of cellular debris called lipofuscin which generates free radicals.

The film explains, as exciting as the prospect of slowing the rate of aging is, so-called anti-aging resveratrol supplements also need to address connective tissue aging -- the breakdown of the "goo" in between cells that serves as scaffolding and filler for skin, hair, eyes, vocal cords and joints.

The film explains, that unless "youth" pills address connective tissues aging, living cells may be restored to youthful function but humans will exhibit wrinkled skin, thinning hair, sunken eyes, raspy voice and stiffened joints-- the characteristic visible signs of aging.

The film identifies ingredients in Longevinex Advantage(TM), in particularly hyaluronan, a natural water-holding, nerve and joint cushioning molecule, stimulates cells called fibroblasts to resume youthful production of hyaluronan.

The pure form of hyaluronan used in Longevinex Advantage(TM) has been shown in published studies to be orally absorbed and produce youthful effects in human skin. Other natural molecules in Longevinex Advantage(TM) inhibit hyaluronidase, the enzyme that breaks down of hyaluronan.

Bill Sardi, spokesperson for Longevinex (long-jev-in-ex), says the positive effects of this dietary supplement become more apparent after six weeks of use -- the time it takes to fully regenerate a new layer of skin.

Longevinex Advantage(TM) provides a unique patent-applied-for matrix of resveratrol, quercetin, rice bran IP6, ferulic acid, lutein, grape seed, green tea and cocoa bean extracts which have been demonstrated to work synergistically to activate more longevity genes than plain resveratrol.

The film, produced by Michael Gonzales & Associates, is available for viewing online at www.longevinexadvantage.com


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SOURCE Resveratrol Partners LLC.
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