Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages
Mag360 Top Banner



This Fights the “Everyday Deficiency” That Accelerates the Impact of Aging


There’s a mystery syndrome affecting up to 95% of Americans — men and women alike, in every single state in the country.[1] From Florida to Alaska, Maine to California — red, blue and purple states are all included.

Chances are it’s hard at work wreaking havoc inside your body as you read this…but you’ve probably written it off as “just a normal consequence of aging.”

Sure, aging alone can take its toll on your body, but this mystery syndrome is accelerating the effects of aging at a breakneck pace, robbing your cells of vital hydration, making you look AND feel older.

Dry, wrinkled skin…fuzzy vision…cognitive problems…stiff, painful joints…constipation… headaches and fatigue…cholesterol imbalances and cardiovascular concerns. If any of this sounds like you, you’re not “just getting older.” But there IS good news…

You Can Halt and Even Reverse the Age-Accelerating Impact — Starting in as Little as 60 Days

This mystery syndrome is a dangerous, age-accelerating form of cellular dehydration. But, as your cells are robbed of vital fluids, you won’t necessarily feel thirsty. And all the water in the world won’t replenish them. Left unchecked, your dehydrated cells begin to shrink and stiffen.[1] It gets harder and harder to eliminate toxins. And your cells start malfunctioning…leading to the symptoms we often mistake for “just plain aging.” But if drinking water won’t replenish your dehydrated cells, how can you reverse this mystery syndrome?

The answer will shock you.

The only way to ensure that your cells are getting the hydration they need — restoring your youthful appearance, relieving joint stiffness, boosting your brain power, lowering cholesterol, and more — is with the help of water’s “arch nemesis.” And it can halt, and even reverse, the age-accelerating impact of cellular dehydration in as little as 60 days.[2]

We all know that water and oil don’t mix…but, believe it or not, the key to fighting the age-accelerating ravages of cellular dehydration is oil!

But, as you are about to see, not just any oil. A specific type of oil can…

Restore Youthful-Looking Skin, Boost Energy — Even Sharpen Memory and Focus

So how can an oil improve your cells’ ability to absorb and retain water?

Well, cell membranes are made up primarily of fatty acids, and breakthrough research is showing that consuming the right amount and types of fatty acids is critical to maintaining healthy, hydrated cells as you age.[3]

Omega-3 fatty acids in particular play a key role in maintaining cellular hydration and keeping inflammation at bay.[4] Yet sadly, according to many experts, nearly all Americans are severely deficient in omega-3s (even many of those who take supplements and eat a healthy diet).[5]

You can get omega-3s by taking a fish oil supplement or by eating fish and certain plant foods, such as flax seeds and walnuts. However, research is showing that these omega-3s are not always the easiest for cells to absorb.

The fact is, only one very specific source of omega-3s can reverse this cellular dehydration, replenishing your cells, restoring a youthful appearance, correcting imbalances and optimizing your energy.

So, please keep reading and I’ll show you exactly why…

Experts Are Calling this an Omega-3 “Miracle”

You may have heard about an up-and-coming omega-3 supplement called krill oil that some experts claim provides health benefits light years ahead of fish oil.

Krill oil, which comes from tiny shrimp-like creatures that are abundant in the pristine waters surrounding Antarctica, was thrust into the supplement spotlight when it was featured on an episode of The Dr. Oz Show called “The #1 Supplement You’ve Never Heard of That You Should Be Taking.”

I was skeptical at first, but after reading through the research on krill oil, it quickly became obvious to me that krill is vastly superior to fish as a source of omega-3s in some very striking ways. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that what these little pink crustaceans have to offer your health is nothing short of miraculous.

Cells Soak Up Krill’s Omega-3s Like a Sponge

Unlike the omega-3s found in fish oil (and some low-quality krill oil products), krill oil’s omega-3s are in the form of phospholipids. Think of these as neat little molecular packages that deliver fatty acids directly to your cells, where they are needed most.

Emerging research has shown that phospholipids are the most effective carriers of omega-3s into cells, due to the fact that they contain omega-3s bound to a phosphate molecule.[6] Krill’s phospholipids penetrate the cell membrane easily, helping to hydrate and nourish your skin, brain, eyes, heart, joints and entire body.

The omega-3s found in fish oil are in the less absorbable form of free triglycerides. Research has actually shown that krill’s omega-3s are up to five times more absorbable than those found in fish.[7] This means you can take approximately one-fifth the dose.

Hydration is Vital for Cholesterol Balance

As you probably know, for a healthy cardiovascular system, you need strong, pliable blood vessels and balanced levels of LDL (bad) and HDL (good) cholesterol. Healthy, hydrated cells are vital to keeping your blood vessels and heart in good shape and your cholesterol balanced.

It turns out that there is perhaps no substance on earth more effective than krill oil at balancing LDL and HDL cholesterol ratios. In fact, one clinical study showed that just one-third of the amount of krill oil is up to 10 times more effective than fish oil at balancing cholesterol. That’s right — krill oil was shown to be up to 30 times more effective than fish oil!

Those taking krill oil had their LDL cholesterol reduced by as much as 32% vs. 5% for fish oil, and their HDL cholesterol levels improved by up to 43% vs. 4% for fish oil. In another head-to-head test, krill oil was shown to balance triglycerides by up to 28%, compared to just 3% with fish oil![8]

An Added Bonus: The World’s Most Powerful Antioxidant

In addition to its miraculous omega-3 benefits, krill oil is also incredibly rich in the antioxidant astaxanthin, the natural carotenoid pigment that gives krill, as well as salmon and flamingos, their rosy hues.

Astaxanthin is thought to be one of the most powerful antioxidants ever discovered, with free radical scavenging abilities up to 800 times more powerful than CoQ10 and vitamin E. Astaxanthin has been clinically shown to minimize wrinkles, blemishes and dryness, and even reverse years of skin damage.[9]

Astaxanthin is unique in that, unlike many antioxidants, it can cross the blood-brain barrier to protect your brain and nervous system, as well as the blood retinal barrier to protect your eyes.[10,11] Astaxanthin has also been shown to enhance immunity, strength and endurance, making it easier to recover from exercise.[12,13]

As an added bonus, the astaxanthin in krill oil acts as a natural preservative, preventing oxidation and rancidity, giving it a longer shelf life and eliminating any possible “fishy” aftertaste that you might experience with fish oil.

Don’t Get Duped by Shady Supplement Slingers

A word of caution: Due to krill oil’s sudden popularity, everyone is trying to cash in on the trend. And krill oil quality, purity and potency varies WILDLY, so to avoid getting swindled by shady supplement slingers, you’ve got to know exactly what to look for.

Here are my 3 tips to making sure you get the best krill oil supplement:

  1. Make sure it provides at least 1,000 mg of krill oil with no less than 400 mg of phospholipids. Remember, krill’s omega-3s are up to five times more absorbable than those found in fish, but you still need a clinically effective dose.
  2. Choose a supplement that has additional astaxanthin added, on top of what is already in the krill oil. This enhances the krill’s antioxidant benefits and also ensures that the oil stays fresh and potent.
  3. To avoid the potential for contamination, only take krill oil that is produced in the U.S. by a company you can trust to purify and test the final product for impurities.

I encourage you to shop around and do your own research, but the krill oil supplement I take and recommend is one I developed working with the Scientific Advisory Board at Stop Aging Now called OceanPure® Krill Oil.

For a limited time, Live in the Now readers can get OceanPure for as low as $16.50 a bottle — with free shipping. I encourage you to take advantage of this great deal. Click here to take advantage of this special offer.

Here’s why I am confident it’s simply the best krill oil on the market:

  • The omega-3s found in OceanPure are so highly absorbable that just 1 tiny softgel per day provides a whopping 1,029 mg of pure Antarctic krill oil, which contains concentrated levels of the omega-3s EPA and DHA, as well as brain-nourishing phospholipids.
  • OceanPure contains a powerful 1,000 mcg dose of the anti-aging antioxidant, astaxanthin, to keep you looking and feeling youthful. It also acts as a natural preservative for keeping krill oil fresh and pure. No other krill oil supplement contains this same potent dose.
  • OceanPure is made with krill harvested from the pristine waters of Antarctica. You don’t have to worry about mercury or other toxins because krill are at the bottom of the food chain. OceanPure also goes through rigorous purification and safety testing to ensure its purity.
  • Unlike fish and other seafood, krill are a highly renewable source. They are the largest biomass in the ocean and there is no risk of damaging the environment by overharvesting.
  • Many people complain about a fishy aftertaste or “repeat” effect with fish oil, but this does not occur with OceanPure.
  • OceanPure is produced in Stop Aging Now’s own FDA-inspected facility located in Florida.

For a limited time, Live in the Now readers can get OceanPure for as low as $16.50 a bottle — with free shipping. I encourage you to take advantage of this great deal.

Click here to take advantage of this special offer.

Scientific References:

  1. Batmanghelidj F, MD. Your Body’s Many Cries for Water. (Global Health Solutions, 1997.)
  3. Nature. 2006 Apr 6; 440: 813817.
  4. Clin Chem. 2006; 52:12; 22652272.
  5. PLoS Med. 2009 Apr 28; 6(4):e1000058.
  6. Nutr Rev. 2007 Feb;65(2):6377.
  7. Lipids. 2010; 46(1):2536.
  8. Altern Med Rev. 2004; 9(4):420428.
  9. Caroten Sci. 2006; 10:9195.
  10. Br J Nutr. 2011; 105:11, 156371.
  11. Eur J Ophthalmol. 2011; 17:0. doi: 10.5301/ejo.5000069.
  12. Nutr Metab (Lond). 2010; 5;7:18.
  13. Antioxid Redox Signal. 2003; 5(1):13944.

Josh Corn Joshua Corn – Editor-in-Chief
Josh is a health freedom advocate and veteran of the natural health industry. He has been actively involved in the natural health movement for over 15 years, and has been dedicated to the promotion of health, vitality, longevity and natural living throughout his career. Josh has successfully overcome several personal health challenges through natural means, and believes that sharing information can empower people to take control of their health so they can solve their own problems and live life to its fullest potential. Josh is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Live in the Now. Additionally he serves as CEO of Stop Aging Now, a company that has been formulating premium dietary supplements since 1995. Josh is currently working on his first book about natural health, and is gearing up to launch the Live in the Now radio show. In addition to his work in the natural health field, Josh is an avid outdoorsman, animal lover and enjoys “living in the now” with his wife and two sons.

Healthy Living Starts Here

Never miss out on valuable information. Subscribe to our newsletter today!

Leave a Comment Below

Comments are closed.