I’m absolutely SICK of all the old cliches the “experts” use when they deliver their dopey and unhelpful lectures about aging.

These clowns treat America’s seniors like kindergartners!

Seriously, how many times have you heard this nonsense:

  • Age is just a number!
  • You’re only as old as you feel!
  • You can be young at heart!

Your age ISN’T just a number… sometimes, you can FEEL like you’re 160… and there’s NO deluding yourself about the age of your heart when cardiovascular disease sets in.

So while those might make for nice inspirational posters at the senior center, they’re absolutely useless out here in the REAL world.

And that’s why I’ve got something else for you today – something that can FIGHT the toll of aging, DEFY chronic disease and help you BEAT the calendar so you not only live longer, but love every minute of it.

Fight the toll of aging where it matters most

New research confirms what the medical mainstream will never admit as they spew those empty platitudes.

Supplements WORK.

The study names two of the most promising natural options – and although I’m about to nitpick one of them, it’s important research in that it confirms the age-defying effects of this approach.

Then, it goes a step further… and shows how TIMING is EVERYTHING when it comes to one of those supplements.

The new report looks at nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) and resveratrol.

The first has been getting a TON of attention in recent years.

The second has been a standard in age-fighting natural therapies for ages now, often praised as a “fountain of youth” compound.

Let’s start with that NMN.

The new study confirms its age-fighting effects, and finds that it doesn’t matter much what time of day seniors take it (younger folks, however, should take it in the morning).

NMN raises levels of NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide), a crucial compound in the body that plays a central role in longevity and disease prevention.

As we get old, NAD levels plunge – and by the time you’re old enough to cash a Social Security check, you have HALF the levels of NAD that you did in your 40s.

Now for my nitpick: While it’s critical to bring those levels back up, I’m not sold on NMN as the best way to do it (but I’m open to seeing more research if and when it’s published).

For now, I suggest NR (nicotinamide riboside), found in formulas such as Tru-Niagen, which is backed by human clinical trials.

Then there’s that old standby, resveratrol.

You might already be taking it yourself – millions do, either on its own or as part of an anti-aging blend – but the new study finds that WHEN you take it matters.

And in this case, you want to take it in the afternoon the maximize its age-defying powers.

The study ends there, but to really beat the effects of age on your cells – and especially mitochondrial function – I also suggest PQQ and the “master antioxidant,” glutathione.