Thread: Is This the Fountain of Youth?
June 3rd 2005, 02:39 AM #1
Is This the Fountain of Youth?
I recently heard an infomercial on radio by Purity Products on a product containing HYALURONIC ACID. I looked on the internet and found many other supplement companies selling supplements containing the substance. The substance is found naturally in sticky vegetables eaten by residents of a village in Japan. These people are among the longest living people, have no wrinkles, are physically active, and are outliving their children who move away and consume different diets. Supposedly, hyaluronic acid is the substance in these vegetables that do all this. My question is the following: has anyone tried a product containing hyaluronic acid and are you noticing any results?
June 3rd 2005, 01:58 PM #2
Re: Is This the Fountain of Youth?Originally posted by decoski
HA does have a lot of desireable properties however, including the ability to reduce inflammation, strengthen meridians, melt hardened scar tissue, improves surgical outcomes and shortens recovery times.
I'm afraid these Japanese people tend to live longer than most people anyway, I think it's mainly a cultural thing based on lifestyle and diet, not purely on HA.
Hope this helps.My name is Ben, please call me that.
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