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A unique anti-aging extract
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Product Code: 01637

Description Ingredients
  • Pycnogenol®
  • 100 mg, 60 vegetarian capsules
  • Item Catalog Number: 01637
LE Certified Non-GMO

Pycnogenol® French Maritime Pine Bark Extract is a time-tested anti-aging solution. This natural plant extract contains procyanidins, bioflavonoids, and other beneficial molecules that help the body fight five processes associated with premature aging. Forty years of studies on Pycnogenol® have helped validate its powerful anti-aging properties.

Benefits at a Glance

  • Supports the body’s defenses against 5 mechanisms of premature aging
  • Patented and standardized natural botanical extract
  • Forty years of clinical testing
  • Supports healthy cell membrane and DNA function
  • Modulates inflammatory factors through normal mechanisms
  • Supports healthy antioxidant function and cell metabolism

Comprehensive Anti-Aging Power

The constituents in Pycnogenol® have a synergistic effect against factors associated with premature aging, working together to:

  • Promote the integrity and normal characteristics of cell membranes.1-4
  • Support healthy DNA function through enhanced antioxidant activity and other potential mechanisms.5-8
  • Promote a healthy inflammatory response through normal modulation of cytokine molecules.9-12
  • Fight oxidative stress by encouraging healthy and normal function of antioxidant systems that help inhibit free radical activity and protect DNA.13-17
  • Encourage healthy cellular metabolism of sugar, healthy blood sugar levels, normal absorption of sugar in the intestine, and post-meal blood sugar levels already within the normal range.18-26

This is truly a one-stop formula that can help you beat Father Time at his own game. Add Pycnogenol® to your anti-aging regimen today.

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