ReXana

Rejuvenate your life “for your inner health & outer beauty”:

Facts to Know:

ReXana is a unique blend of highly stabilized Silicon, Vitamin, Minerals and Micronutrients formulated, developed and originated in European Union “The Netherlands”.

ReXana is based on 4 essential and synergistic Vitamin and mineral nutrients: Silicon, Boron, Zinc and Vitamin C: ‘the golden 4’.

ReXana Drops:

The ReXana formula contains concentrated and highly bio-available / absorbable ingredients, like absorbable Silicon, Boron, Zinc and Vitamin C.

Because of its balanced composition, ReXana has a positive effect on the entire body. It has many effects on the body. It benefits our skeletal (bones) and vascular system (blood vessels), makes muscles stronger and strengthens the nails and hair. Next, ReXana supports the normal functioning of the immune system and healthy formation of connective tissue.

ReXana has positive effects on the quality and elasticity of the skin by stimulating collagen production.

The patented Silicon is a highly bio-available form of silicon for strong bones, hair, skin and nails. Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal bones, hair, skin and nails, supports function of the immune system and has a role in the process of cell division. Boron is important as well for the growth and maintenance of bone and for improving wound healing, while Vitamin C is involved in the prevention of immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems and eye disease.

1 bottle ReXana, 30 ml, when used daily by 1 person, will last up to for > 2 months. ReXana should be stored at room temperature (15-25°C) and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.

Charisteristics:

ReXana is a patented Silicon supplement from the Netherlands, It is stabilized activated Silicon Nano particles with high absorption rate. Also, other important nutrients are Boron, Zinc and Vitamin C, all with mutual synergistic effects. ReXana is beneficial and provide support for Bones & Joints, Skin, Hair and Nails.

Background Information:

During the last few decades ongoing research demonstrated the important health benefits of Silicon.

The human body needs Silicon to build and maintain all kinds of connective tissue structures. So sufficient uptake of Silicon is important, but most Silicon compounds can hardly / not taken up by humans (or plants or animals), so there is a need for a bioavailable Silicon compound to prevent Silicon deficiency from the body.

ReXana main ingredients are manufactured in the EU using sophisticated technology resulting in a high bioavailability rate, so ‘the silicon deficiency problem’ is solved.

Beautifies Hair, Skin & Nails:

ReXana’s bioavailable Silicon improves the strength and elasticity of collagen by stimulating collagen production. Stronger collagen means healthier & more elastic skin with fewer and shallower wrinkles.

The outer shaft of hair is rich in silicon. Adequate silicon level helps hair grow thicker and stronger. Supplementation with ReXana also strengthens weak, brittle nails (associated with an inadequate silicon intake).

Strengthens Bones & Collagen:

Silicon plays an important role in bone calcification during the growth of new bone. Bone building cells (osteoblasts) start by constructing a connective tissue matrix. When this is done, the osteoblasts switch their function and begin to fill in this matrix with minerals. This process is partly regulated by Silicon.

ReXana is an essential partner of calcium for bones and antioxidants for supple and healthy arteries.

Other Synergistic Nutrients:

  • Boron affects bone metabolism, especially in conjunction with other minerals and vitamin D. Boron modulates sex hormone production in men and women, alter cognitive function, and provide analgesia for arthritis.
  • Zinc is an essential trace element with substantial biological importance for humans. Zinc is responsible for a number of different functions in the human body and it helps stimulate the activity of > 100 different enzymes.
  • Vitamin C has many functions like protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular diseases, prenatal health problems, eye disease and skin wrinkling.
  • Composition of ReXana:
    ReXana contains the following ingredients:

  • Silicon
  • Vitamin C (as Ascorbic acid)
  • Zinc chloride;
  • Boric acid;
  • Potassium chloride
  • Polyethylene Glycol (PEG)
    Other ingredients: Aqua purification and Macrogol, Vegetarian/vegan and gluten free
  • Who will benefit from ReXana?

  • The use of ReXana ensures a sufficient ingestion of silicon, something that becomes more important during aging (starting as early as the age of 35).
  • The body specifically needs silicon to help build and maintain the locomotor apparatus (bone system and joints). Of course this is important for both young and old, but even more urgent for old. Especially people who want to mobile when aging can use ‘a helping hand’.
  • In addition, silicon plays an important role in the growth and quality preservation of the skin, hair and nails. A healthy skin, beautiful hair and well-kept nails are important for everyone who wishes to maintain a good appearance.

  • This means that everybody will benefit from ReXana: growing young people, adults in their prime and last but not least the elderly among us, who in the autumn of their lives want to go the extra mile!

    For what purposes is ReXana used?

    ReXana keeps your joints flexible and your bones strong. But also the connective tissue in the rest of the body, skin and hair, heart and blood vessels, will benefit from ReXana In addition, ReXana supports the immune system.

    What is the recommended dose and use of ReXana ?

    Take 10 drops per day; mix into half glass of water or juice and drink promptly, preferably before breakfast.

    Caution:

    DO NOT put into the eyes. Follow usage directions only. Do not take this product if you are pregnant or lactating. Keep out of the reach of children.

    Consult a physician before starting any nutrition or exercise program or if you have, or have a family history of, including but not limited to, high blood pressure, heart problems, liver, kidney, thyroid, or psychiatric condition, diabetes, asthma, headaches, nervousness / anxiety, ulcers, or if you are using prescription drugs, or over the counter drug.

    · Do not exceed recommended serving.

    · Discontinue use if you experience an allergy from one of the ingredients.

    · Do not use when you are pregnant or when you give breastfeeding.

    · Keep out of reach of children.

    · Do not use ReXana on open wounds or sexual organs and prevent eye contact!

    When is it unadvisable to use ReXana ?

    When in the past you proved to be hypersensitive to one or more of the ReXana ingredients, it is unadvisable to use ReXana

    Suitable for vegetarians/vegans:

    No wheat, no gluten, no soybeans, no dairy, no egg, no fish/shellfish, no peanuts/tree nuts.Store at or below room temperature.

    How long is it safe to keep ReXana ?

    The contents of the unopened box can be used until the indicated use-by date (see box or label). Once opened, the contents must be used within four months.

    Quality:

    ReXana is prepared in accordance with the strictest quality requirements under HACCP standard

    The importance of the ingredients in ReXana:

    General Information on Silicon:

    Silicon makes up almost 28% of the total crust of the earth and second to oxygen. it is the most found atom on earth. Until the seventies, Silicon was deemed of no importance to human metabolism. Now we know from numerous studies that silicon is indeed essential for a good health.

    Silicon is present in connective tissue, hair and nails. In most daily diets Silicon is often too low, because not enough Silicon is absorbed by the body. This deficiency increases when aging. Extensive research has shown that silicon as we age is less well absorbed in our body. How much silicon we ingest daily through our food and drinking water is difficult to measure because there are different silicon compounds in our food and most of these forms cannot be absorbed by the body. Only Silicon is bioavailable, but the quantities in the gut are (too) low. Although Silicon is present in water, due to the intensive water purification, most Silicon is lost causing a relative silicic acid Silicon deficiency for the human body.

    Symptoms of a lack of silicon are weak brittle nails (which immediately break), dry hair and wrinkles. Wrinkles arise because the formation of connective tissue that supports the skin from the inside is diminished by the silicic acid deficiency.

    Sources of silicon include: whole grains, vegetables, fibre, citrus and hard drinking water, but the amounts of the silicic acid fraction is low. An example: banana contains a lot of silicon, but only 2-3 % is bioavailable.

    Silicon and bones:

    Silicon stimulates the growth of new bone cells and plays an important part in the calcium balance. Calcium for example helps to keep up the calcium content in bone tissue, a property that as a rule will become increasingly important as one advances in years (starting as early as the age of 35!). In addition, it stimulates the formation of collagen in the bone matrix. In short: silicon is essential to the formation and preservation of the bone system. Furthermore, silicon helps to maintain the joints, generally keeping them flexible for a longer time.

    Silicon in skin, hair and nails:

    The beneficial effect of silicon will first (and usually already after a short period of time) manifest itself most notably in skin, hair and nails. The skin and hair will get strength and elasticity and the nails become stronger and more flexible.

    Silicon and the immune system:

    Because silicon supports the immune system, the natural barrier against germs, will benefit from it.

    New revolutionary method:

    In the past few years, a new, revolutionary and patented method has been developed to produce stabilized Silicon molecules. This Silicon is well absorbed by the human body and biologically very active.

    Some more information on the other compounds:

    Vitamin C (= ascorbic acid):

    Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that plays a role in maintaining the health of the body’s connective tissue as well as acting as an antioxidant. The human body needs to ingest vitamin C, vitamin C foods, on a daily basis in order to maintain necessary supplies. The human body does not make vitamin C on its own, and it does not store it either, so it is important that the diet contains enough fruits and vegetables that contain vitamin C. The benefits of vitamin C may include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling. A deficiency in vitamin C shows itself in several common ways in the body. While the signs and symptoms of Vitamin C deficiency are not too troublesome, the results of long-term low levels of vitamin C can be detrimental. A severe vitamin C deficiency will result in scurvy, a disease resulting from the breakdown of collagen. It affects bone and muscle strength and it suppresses the immune system. Scurvy is rarely seen today, because a very small amount of vitamin C is needed to prevent it.

    Other signs of Vitamin C can be serious as well, like easy bruising, bleeding gums, gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), slow wound healing, dry and splitting hair, rough, dry, scaly skin, weakened immune system and swollen and painful joints. Health problems related to a vitamin C deficiency can get much worse over time and are related to serious health issues like high blood pressure, atherosclerosis and certain cancers.

    Boron:

    Boron is an almost essential mineral. Boron is essential for the growth and maintenance of bone and greatly improves wound healing. Boron beneficially impacts the body's use of oestrogen, testosterone, and vitamin D. It is also related to increase magnesium and calcium absorption. Boron is synergistic for a sufficient calcium level. It reduces the amount of calcium and magnesium lost through the urine important for the maintenance of strong bones and smooth joints. Boron is therefore important (next to calcium) for the prevention of bone depletion (osteoporosis).

    In addition, boron could help prevent joint arthritis (arthrosis) and arthritis. Boron is also synergistic to vitamin D and some other minerals including silicon. Boron has beneficial effects on cognitive performance and short-term memory for elders. Moreover Boron has demonstrated preventive and therapeutic effects in a number of cancers, such as prostate, cervical, and lung cancers, and lymphoma. A boron deficiency causes calcium loss and loss of minerals in the bones. Some symptoms:

    · o fragile bones

    · o low calcium in the blood

    · o too much of calcium and magnesium in the urine

    In addition, a severe boron deficiency would cause growth retardation (like Zinc), stress and transient complaints. In addition, it would strengthen a vitamin B deficiency.

    Zinc:

    Zinc plays a role in many biological processes in the body. It is, inter alia, involved in the synthesis of DNA, RNA and hormones like testosterone. The mineral is also involved in the way vitamin A works and the metabolism of carbohydrates, alcohol and fatty acids. Zinc is involved in enzymes, which protects the body against free radicals.

    Zinc is also important for the immune system. Symptoms of low zinc levels are: low resistance, hair loss, fatigue, white spots on the nails, irritability, skin problems and poor appetite. Zinc deficiency in young children causes growth retardation and impaired immune function.

    Major sources of zinc include oysters, fish, (body) meat, vegetables, mushrooms, whole grain products, milk, egg yolk and yeast.

    Silicon: An Overlooked Trace Mineral

    Silicon, an abundant trace mineral in nature is proving to be an essential ingredient for stronger bones, better skin and more flexible joints. Including silicon in your diet may boost the benefits of calcium, glucosamine and vitamin D. Here are some of the latest findings on this overlooked mineral.

    The human body contains approximately 7 grams of silicon, which is present in various tissues and body fluids. The silicon in tissues is usually bonded to glycoproteins such as cartilage, whereas the silicon in blood is almost entirely found as either free Silicon or linked to small compounds.

    The biological requirement for silicon was first demonstrated by Edith Carlisle and Klaus Schwarz in experiments with rats and chickens that were fed silicon-deficient diets. These experiments demonstrated that nutritional silicon deficiency causes skeletal deformities such as abnormal skull and long bone structure, as well as poorly-formed joints with decreased cartilage content. Detailed biochemical analysis revealed that silicon is an essential nutrient for the structural integrity and development of connective tissue. Silicon's most popular use is as a nutritional supplement to strengthen not only the bones and connective tissues, but also hair, nails and skin.

    Silicon in tissue and joints:

    Connective tissue is composed of cells which produce the fibrous protein matrixes of collagen and elastin, as well as the hydrated (water retaining) network of amino-sugars called glycosaminoglycans (GAG) or muco- polysaccharides (MPS). Silicon is believed to stabilize the glycosaminoglycan network.

    The amino-sugar glucosamine, which is also needed for the biosynthesis of GAGs, has been clinically proven to be effective in the treatment of arthritis. Given silicon's chemical association with GAGs, it seems that the combination of both glucosamine and silicon could have a complementary therapeutic value in the treatment of arthritis and other related connective tissue diseases.

    Silicon, bone and osteoporosis:

    Bone is actually a special type of connective tissue. Silicon is a major ion in osteogenic cells, which are the bone-forming cells in young, uncalcified bone. As the bone matures, the silicon concentration declines and deposits of calcium and phosphorous are formed simultaneously. In other words, the more "mature" the bone tissue, the lower the silicon concentration in the bone. Therefore, it has been concluded that silicon acts as a regulating factor for the deposition of calcium and phosphorous in bone tissue. Silicon's regulatory action in bone calcification and its vital role as a structural component of connective tissue are the reasons for silicon's classification as an essential trace element in animal and human nutrition.

    Silicon plays an ongoing role in maintaining bones after their formation. Bone is a dynamic, living tissue system that balances bone formation by osteoblast cells and the ongoing reabsorption of bone tissue by osteoclast cells. (Bone minerals are dissolved and organic bone matrix components such as collagen are digested by the action of osteoclast cell.) Osteoporosis occurs when there is a low rate of bone formation and a high rate of bone reabsorption, thus leading to a decline in bone mineral density and a decreased mechanical strength of the bone. Bone loss occurs generally with aging, but a clear acceleration occurs during menopause or following a failure or removal of the ovaria, which leads to oestrogen deficiency.

    Studies with animals indicate that silicon supplementation reduces the number of osteoclast cells, thus partially preventing bone reabsorption and bone loss. On the other hand it was shown in vitro that silicon compounds stimulate the DNA synthesis in osteoblast-like cells. Animal models for osteoporosis using oestrogen deficient rats demonstrate that silicon supplementation can prevent bone loss. In a clinical study of 53 osteoporotic women, silicon supplementation was associated with a significant increase in the mineral bone density of the femur. The positive results of these studies suggest that silicon supplementation, along with calcium and vitamin D, may be useful in the fight against osteoporosis.

    Silicon's other uses: In addition to connective tissue and bone health, several other promising health benefits of silicon, such as protection against aluminium toxicity and protection of arterial tissue have been reported.

    As much as aluminium has been found in brain lesions of Alzheimer's patients, several researchers have suggested that aluminium toxicity may be involved in the pathology of Alzheimer's disease and other neurological disorders. In studies with rats, silicon was found to prevent the accumulation of aluminium in the brain. It is believed that silicon bonds with aluminium in food and beverages, thereby reducing the gastrointestinal absorption of aluminium. The protective role of silicon against aluminium was also confirmed in a French population study of elderly subjects: high levels of aluminium in drinking water had a deleterious effect upon cognitive function when the silicon concentration was low, but when the concentration of silicon was high, exposure to aluminium appeared less likely to impair cognitive function.

    Atherosclerosis is a condition characterized by the formation of plaque in the arteries. Plaque is formed when damaged artery tissue is not properly repaired, thus allowing scar tissue, oxidized cholesterol and other materials to obstruct the normal blood flow.

    Experiments with rabbits fed a high-cholesterol diet demonstrated that supplementation with silicon protected the rabbits from developing atherosclerosis. Aside from protection against atherosclerosis, silicon is a vital structural component of arteries. However, the silicon concentration of arteries declines with age, most likely increasing the risk of lesions and plaque formations.

    Silicon in your diet:

    The daily dietary intake of silicon is estimated to be between 20 to 50 mg, with lower intakes associated with animal-based diets and higher intakes associated with vegetarian diets. Plants absorb Silicon from the soil and convert it into polymerized silicon for mechanical and structural support. This explains why fibre-rich foods such as cereals, oats, wheat bran and vegetables have a high silicon concentration. An unbalanced diet with a limited supply of vegetables, fruits and cereals will be low in silicon concentration.

    While whole grain foods are a good, natural source of silicon, the silicon from these foods is insoluble and cannot be directly absorbed in the gastro-intestinal tract. Silicon in food is solubilized by stomach acid into Silicon, which absorbs directly through the stomach wall and the intestine into the blood. Lower stomach acidity, whether due to illness or age, diminishes our ability to metabolize silicon from food sources. Aging is reported to be associated with an increasing gastric pH. In this view elderly people will have a decreased capacity to convert dietary silicates into bioavailable silicic acid. The refining and processing of food, which removes silicon-containing fibres, contributes to a lower dietary silicon intake. additionally, many of the additives used in the food industry interfere with the uptake of silicon. In fact, these additives can (a) increase the gastric pH and thereby decrease the rate of hydrolysis of dietary silicates, (b) promote polymerization of Silicon and (c) chelate minerals in general which are then eliminated through the intestinal tract without absorption. The extensive re-use of soils and the application of aquacultures minimalize the essential supply of silicic acid to plants. The resulting crops have a less rigid structure due to decreased biosynthesis of phytolytic fibers and specific epidermal cells which contain silica structures. Consequently these crops will have a lower silicon concentration and contribute less to the dietary silicon intake compared to crops which have been cultivated on a natural, mineral rich soil. Given all these factors, it is not surprising that silicon supplementation may be useful for a complete and balanced diet.

    BENEFITS OF SILICON:

    Joints:

    Silicon was shown to be essential for the formation of articular cartilage.

    Silicon is a cross-linking agent in the glycosaminoglycan network which attracts and hold water in the joint.

    Bone:

    Silicon acts as a regulating factor in bone mineralization.

    Silicon stimulates DNA synthesis in osteoblast-like bone forming cells.

    Silicon inhibits osteoclast mediated bone reabsorption in vitro.

    The synthesis of collagen, the fibrous protein which is essential for the flexibility of the bone, is decreased by Silicon deficiency.

    Tendons and ligaments:

    The synthesis of collagen, a major compound in tendons and ligaments, is decreased by Silicon deficiency.

    The activity of prolyl hydroxylase, a specific enzyme for collagen synthesis, was shown to be Silicon dependent in vitro.

    Heart:

    Silicon makes the inner lining of arterial tissue (tunica intima) less permeable. In the case of a high cholesterol diet, Silicon supplementation reduces the occurrence of atherosclerotic lesions in blood vessels.

    The aorta and the carotid artery of healthy persons contain approximatively 10 times more Silicon compared to atheromatous arteries.

    Skin:

    Silicon is important for optimal collagen synthesis.

    Silicon is crucial for activating the hydroxylation enzymes for crosslinking collagen, which improves the strength and elasticity of this fibrous protein. Better collagen means better skin, more elasticity and fewer wrinkles.

    Hair:

    The outer shaft of hair, that provides elasticity and strength, is rich in Silicon. Hair with higher Silicon content tends to fall out less and has more shine and lustre.

    Nails:

    Silicon is one of the predominant minerals in nails. A sign that Silicon may be systematically deficient is brittle and soft nails.

    Silicon improves the nail quality which results in a better protection against nail infections.

    Mucosa:

    Silicon restores mucosa in the respiratory tract in case of dehydration

    Here are the information:

    Increase Skin Elasticity: with stabilized Silicon:

    Skin elasticity depends on both the quantity of collagen and the ability of the collagen to form a 'tight mesh. “stabilized Silicon” is clinically proven to increase elasticity 89%.

    Your Skin’s Vital ‘Bounce Back’ Factor:

    You laugh. You frown. You raise your eyebrows in surprise. Yet your face doesn’t crack. That’s ‘bounce back’ (elasticity) at work. The greater elasticity your skin exhibits, the more wrinkle-resistant and smoother it becomes. Skin elasticity depends on both the quantity of collagen and the ability of the collagen to form a ‘tight mesh.’

    The Science of Promoting Resilient Youthful Skin:

    The amount of collagen plays a vital part in skin elasticity. But equally important is the ‘pattern’ the collagen fibres form. In young skin, the pattern of collagen is ‘multi-directional‘ (isotropic). This ‘every-which-way’ linking is precisely what helps to prevent skin wrinkling and creasing. Conversely, with aged skin, the collagen pattern tends to be more ‘one-directional’ (anisotropic). This ‘single’ direction pattern is what causes skin rigidity, and ultimately skin creasing. ReXana helps to create a rich multi-directional cross hatch pattern of collagen fibres + This tight knit collagen ‘mesh’ or matrix helps to prevent wrinkles from forming. It also prevents enlargement of the pores

    Creating Smooth, Flawless Skin:

    Smooth skin contains millions of collagen fibres “pushing out” toward your skin’s surface. This “pressure from within” prevents fine lines and wrinkles from forming. It gives your skin a beautiful and smooth appearance. Exactly what you had during your youth. Wrinkled skin, by contrast, contains fewer collagen fibres. The “gaps” between the fibres are where wrinkles form. Skin literally “caves in.” This is what happens after the age of 21, when collagen begins to diminish by 1% every year.

    Creating Smooth, Flawless Skin – Reduce Wrinkles

    Smooth Skin… Wrinkled Skin. What’s the difference? Collagen.

    Smooth skin contains millions of collagen fibres “pushing out” toward your skin’s surface. This “pressure from within” prevents fine lines and wrinkles from forming. It gives your skin a beautiful and smooth appearance. Exactly what you had during your youth. Wrinkled skin, by contrast, contains fewer collagen fibres. The “gaps” between the fibres are where wrinkles form. Skin literally “caves in.” This is what happens after the age of 21, when collagen begins to diminish by 1% every year.

    The Science of Generating Collagen:

    The secret to gaining that healthy youthful look is adding more collagen beneath the surface of your skin. How do you do that? By turning on the collagen-generating cells inside your skin known as fibroblasts. You see, as you age, these fibroblasts start working slower and less efficiently. But Bioavailable Silicon like ReXana re-activates these fibroblasts, safely and effectively.

    Stabilized Silicon: Clinically Proven to Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles by 30%

    So effectively, in fact, that the women taking sSA (like ReXana) in the clinical trials reduced wrinkles by 30.0% and increased skin elasticity 89% compared to the women that did not take sSA.

    Keep in mind, you cannot ingest collagen, as in the pills or powders that contain cow collagen, and expect to gain collagen in your skin. Collagen is a protein, and when you ingest it, your body simply breaks it down and uses it as regular food. sSA, on the other hand, generates collagen right where you need it, in your skin. And it’s your own collagen (‘with your own DNA fingerprint’!).

    Thicker Hair / Stronger Hair:

    Thicken and Strengthen All 90,000 - 140,000 Hairs on Your Head. The average woman has 100,000 hairs on her head. Blondes check in at 140,000, redheads claim 90,000 with brunettes falling somewhere around 110,000. You can't add more. But you can make each hair thicker. For the women participating in the sSA clinical trial, the average thickness of their hair increased by 12.8% with hair tensile strength increasing by 13,1%.

    HOW?

    Larger Roots Equal Thicker Hair:

    Larger roots beneath your scalp create thicker hairs on top of your head.

    What controls the root size? A group of specialized fibroblasts called dermal papilla. The larger the dermal papilla, the thicker the hair follicle, the thicker the hair shaft. Studies strongly suggest that sSA increases the volume of the dermal papilla. That creates a bigger shaft – the “bin” that holds the actual hair protein keratin. Next comes the process of “filling up” the follicle with a protein called keratin.

    Increase Keratin Production:

    Keratin is the protein that makes up 97% of hair. That’s why, along with collagen and elastin, it’s known as one of your body’s 3 beauty proteins. But Keratin production, like the production of the other two, begins to diminish starting at age 21. That’s the reason why hair becomes thinner, weaker and duller. Keratin production depends on 1) efficiency of the cells that generate keratin fibres and 2) getting ample keratin-building nutrients to the hair shaft. sSA does both. How?

    By augmenting the amount of collagen in the blood vessel walls, sSA increases the “elasticity” of capillaries. This ensures an abundant flow of growth-rich nutrients that optimize the keratinization process in your hair. New clinical evidence strongly supports the researchers current theory that the sSA increases the activity and efficiency of your keratin-producing cells. It all adds up to thicker, stronger, shinier hair – from the inside out! In fact, in clinical trials, the women taking sSA thickened their hair a full 12.8% over the women not taking sSA. You can too.

    Natural Collagen Boosters:

    Collagen: Don’t Eat It - Generate It!

    Want to generate lost collagen? Know the facts. Collagen is a protein. When you ingest collagen (like with the pills and powders) your body breaks it down and simply uses it as food - just like it would if you ate chicken, fish, steak or any protein. To add collagen, your body must “generate” its own collagen. SSA is clinically proven to “turn on” the cells in your body that generate collagen

    The Science of Collagen:

    Don’t Eat it – Generate it !

    What Happens When You “Eat” Collagen?

    You’ve probably seen the ads for collagen in the form of powders and pills. The story is that if you ingest collagen, usually from cows and pigs, you’ll increase your own collagen. But the scientific fact is: Collagen is a protein. When you ingest collagen, your body breaks it down it and simply uses it as food – just like it would if you ate chicken, fish, steak or any protein.

    You see, inside your body, all proteins, like collagen, get broken down into amino acids. You have no control over how your body uses those amino acids. Your body cannot distinguish between the amino acids that came from last night’s meal or from this morning’s dose of collagen powder you may have tried. The key to adding collagen is to activate the cells in your bones that generate collagen.

    So How Do I Get My Collagen Back?

    The cells in your body that generate collagen are called fibroblasts. But starting at age 18, these fibroblasts start working slower and less efficiently. By the age of 30, the signs of aging can become visible.

    sSA activates enzymes that “turn on” your body’s fibroblasts. The reality is, the collagen pills and powders have zero effect on these enzymes. That’s why sSA is clinically proven to decrease wrinkles by 30%, increase skin elasticity by 89%, strengthen and thicken hair by 13% and dramatically harden nails. What’s more, sSA is clinically proven safe.

    Just remember, when it comes to your collagen, Don’t Eat it – Generate it!

    sSA gives you the clinically proven, natural and safe way to generate your own collagen! You don’t need any more collagen capsules, tablets or injections !

    Collagen and Bones:

    The NIH Says YES!

    The National Institutes of Health reports that your bones need both calcium and collagen. Collagen serves as the “binding sites” for calcium. Collagen gives your bones the pliability they need to withstand physical stress. But unlike calcium, you cannot “eat” collagen to gain the benefits. Collagen is a protein that your body simply breaks down and uses as food. The key is stimulating the osteoblasts that generate collagen. In clinical trials, sSA increased bone collagen formation 15% and increases BMD 2.00% over and above what calcium and Vitamin D alobe could do.

    The National Institutes of Health reports that your bones need both calcium and collagen. Collagen serves as the “binding sites” for calcium. Collagen gives your bones the pliability they need to withstand physical stress. But unlike calcium, you cannot “eat” collagen to gain the benefits. Collagen is a protein that your body simply breaks down and uses as food. The key is stimulating the osteoblasts that generate collagen. In clinical trials, sSA increased bone collagen formation 15% and increased BMD 2.00% at the critical hip region over and above what calcium and Vitamin D alone could do after 1 year.

    Allergy Information: Free of gluten, wheat, corn protein, soy protein, yeast, dairy products, fish, shellfish, egg, artificial colors, or artificial sweeteners.

    ReXana & side effects: No side effects are known from ReXana. ReXana is a very safe supplement when used in the advised dose. No interactions with other substances are known. Some women experience nausea in dose of more than 4 drops gastrointestinal tract. We do not recommend using ReXana during pregnancy or during breastfeeding although no side effect are known. Sometimes an innocent and short exacerbation of the complaints may occur in the beginning of ingestion of the drops. This indicates that you react intensively to ReXana. In this case you should reduce the recommended dose. If you experience any side effects, please report.

    Disclaimer:

    The products are not intended for diagnosis, treatment, cure or prevention of diseases. This product should not replace healthy eating or make up for unhealthy eating.

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