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Dr Klatz - anti-aging supplements

Posted on May 28, 2009, 1:20 p.m. in

Posted on: 17 March 2008

Dr Klatz takes us through the supplements that form the fundamental part of his anti-aging health program. To protect from heart disease you can take asprin and magnesium. Chlorella is highly detoxifying containing micronutrients and essential amino-acids helpful for cellular metabolism. Cinnamon will help your insulin perform better while green tea extract aids metabolism and can be used for prostate symptoms.

Tags: asprin, heart disease, magnesium, chlorella, cinnamon, green tea, vitamin d, sunshine vitamin, metabolism, amino-acids, detoxification

  

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