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What would you recommend to someone who is just starting taking your supplement. Which ones would you say would make the best investment into antiaging, if one were on a budget?
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Hi Colleen,


We have many supplements. But here is my priority list as of 01/13/2017. 

Now, there will be 1-2 new products soon so that this list may change. Please note that you should eat well and take a multivitamin with magnesium and folic acid to help make the most of your anti-aging supplements.


Priority to improve cell function within 2-3 months:

1- Resveratrol (even if you buy our cheapest resveratrol called Orgonica or the M98, it would be first on my list)

2- MetaCurcumin (Capsules or pump, it doesn't matter)


These two alone activate ALL 7 sirtuins in human immune system cells. (Yes Dr. V has confirmed it)


3- MetaQuercetin (Pump, to help do away with bad cells)


Priority to improve cell division and DNA:

4- A Telomerase activator, like TA-65 (Even if it's the small 30 capsule bottle)

5- ProxyStem (which aims to deal with many stem cell health issues and supports healthy arteries.


Regular health and maintenance:

6- Sharpshooter provides the best vision formula to keep eyes healthy.

7- GoodTummy (for kids and great for older adults) to keep your gut healthy and support your immune system.

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If the price was not an issue, then the priority would be the following with these maximum dosage recommendations:


1- Nitro250 or M98 Resveratrol (2-4 capsules a day, or 1 -2 grams of M98 powder)

2- NMN (This is a new product - 4 capsules a day, 2 in the morning and 2 at night)

3- MetaCurcumin Pump, and use 7-14 servings a day

4- MetaQuercetin Pump, and use 4-8 servings a day

5- TA-65 (1 capsule a day of the 90 Capsule, 250 Unit bottle)

6- ProxyStem (4 capsules a day)

7- Sharpshooter (3 Tablets a day)

8- GoodTummy (1-2 scoops 15-30 mins before food)


I hope this helps

Anthony Loera

RevGenetics

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