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Many people want to live forever. The Fountain of Youth legend takes a modern twist with longevity diets, supplements, revitalizing serums, and lifestyles that help people live their best and healthiest lives long into their golden years. While no one has discovered a key to reversing the aging process, people around the world have found holistic ways to connect food, purpose, and exercise to increase length and quality of life. Longevity Live Paid Content

Certain health supplements, whether in natural, powdered, or encapsulated form, can help slow down some natural aging results that make us feel and look older. There’s a difference between our actual age and our health age. And there’s scientific evidence that supplements such as turmeric, lipoic acid, or resveratrol can reduce inflammation, boost your immune system, and leave you feeling and looking younger than before.

Discover these 5 supplements that are readily accessible and supported by years of research. Also, consider picking them up from a supplement store.

1. Curcumin

As we get older, it becomes even more important to reduce inflammation throughout the body. One vital characteristic of young, healthy people is a good inflammatory response. 

That’s why curcumin, a compound located in turmeric spice, has a high reputation for inflammatory health properties. Curcumin can inhibit a variety of inflammatory issues that enable it to support overall health from joints to organs. Joint health and flexibility can help reduce pain and help you stay more mobile and independent as you age. Obviously, protecting your internal organs will help you live a lot longer. 

The thing to keep in mind is that our bodies don’t absorb curcumin very well, so it’s critical to choose an active turmeric extract that has lots of bioavailable curcumin to maximize your health results.

2. CoQ10

You’ve probably heard about CoQ10 as one of the best natural antioxidant supplements for longevity. Our bodies produce CoQ10, which converts nutrients into the major energy compound, called ATP, which fuels our cells with energy. 

As we age, the levels of CoQ10 in our bodies decrease. This reduction reduces energy flow to organs such as the brain, heart, kidneys, and liver, which require high amounts of energy to function optimally. 

The only problem is that our bodies don’t easily absorb CoQ10. A good CoQ10 supplement uses ubiquinol, which is an unoxidized form of the compound. Since it’s not oxidized, your heart and cells can absorb it seven times better than oxidized supplements. 

The next step is to get the ubiquinol to penetrate your cells. Consider buying a ubiquinol supplement that contains a type of mineral compound called shilajit which stabilizes CoQ10 in its unoxidized form so that your body can absorb it at the cellular level. 

If you’re getting older and want to maximize CoQ10’s energizing health rewards, try a supplement that also contains a PQQ nutrient that boosts new mitochondria growth that can keep your metabolic system humming more smoothly.

3. Lipoic acid and NAD+

Maintain your mitochondria and keep your cellular energy levels pumping with NAD+ and lipoic acid supplements. 

As we get older, fatigue can set in that even multiple cups of coffee can’t beat. Instead of increasing caffeine intake, which may not be beneficial in the long run, consider using lipoic acid and nicotinamide riboside, which is another vitamin B3 form, to your longevity routine instead. 

This nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) coenzyme not only makes ATP, the compound that helps your body create cellular energy, but helps fight exhaustion, ignites young energy production in our cells and supports longevity. 

A lipoic acid and NAD+ supplement can help reverse the clock on both energy and cognitive function.

4. Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is important for bone health, immune function, and many other bodily functions. It is produced by the body in response to sunlight, but many people do not get enough vitamin D from sunlight alone.

Research has shown that vitamin D may have a positive effect on longevity. One study found that higher levels of vitamin D in the blood were associated with a lower risk of death from all causes. Vitamin D has also been shown to improve cardiovascular health, reduce the risk of some types of cancer, and improve immune function.

Vitamin D supplements are available in capsule form. It is essential to choose a supplement that contains vitamin D3, the most effective form of vitamin D.

5. Resveratrol

Age like a fine wine when you take a regular resveratrol supplement. There’s more to that phrase than meets the eye. Resveratrol is a red grape compound that fights oxidization and free radicals, supports heart health, and can give your skin a more youthful look. 

You’re probably familiar with the benefits that calorie restriction can have on our bodies as we age. Reducing calories usually results in losing weight, which means that it takes less energy to maintain a lower body mass. According to a 2020 Harvard study, diets that restrict calories and focus on whole foods help slow down aging and lower free radical rates to help you live longer. 

The only problem is that a calorie-restrictive lifestyle can be hard to keep up. If you’re not looking forward to intermittent fasting or other ways to restrict calories, the good news is that you can get many of these same health benefits by taking a resveratrol supplement. Evidence shows that resveratrol can help your body imitate the results of calorie restriction.  

To get the best results, pick a resveratrol supplement that has this compound’s active form, called trans-resveratrol. A few other crucial, synergistic ingredients to look for in the same supplement are quercetin, fisetin, and theaflavins. 

Theaflavins are derived from black tea. Combined with quercetin and fisetin, resveratrol becomes a powerhouse to get rid of senescent cells that prevent your body from functioning just like it did years ago. They not only eliminate old, dead cells that hang around, slowing you down, but they also promote the growth of vital cells that can give you a new and longer lease on life.

Who is the author?

Steven Stox

With over a decade of training experience, Steven has a passion for anything fitness and bodybuilding-related.

He has educated himself on every aspect of the sport, including training, nutrition, and supplementation. Throughout the years, he found out exactly what works and what doesn’t.


Steven Stox

Steven Stox

With over a decade of training experience, Steven has a passion for anything fitness and bodybuilding-related. He has educated himself on every aspect of the sport, including training, nutrition, and supplementation. Throughout the years, he found out exactly what works and what doesn't.


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