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New Study Reveals that Reduced Caloric Intake Delays Nerve Cell Loss, Making Appetite Control Supplements Like Liproxenol Supportive of a Healthy Aging Brain

June 10, 2013

Research has found that lowering the amount of calories in mice has helped protect them from mental impairments often associated with aging; meaning that appetite control supplements like Liproxenol, which was developed by Liproxenol Pharmaceuticals, might assist with proper brain function well into a person´s golden years.

Australia (PRWEB) June 10, 2013

As people age, they often become worried about retaining all of their mental faculties. A new study has revealed that reduced caloric intake may help with that very issue, making appetite control supplements such as Liproxenol valuable to staying mentally alert and cognitively aware long into retirement.

In the May 22, 2013 issue of The Journal of Neuroscience, a study was published in which researchers looked at mice and how caloric restriction (CR) impacted the neurodegeneration in the brain when it ages. Researchers used the mice to recreate the normal effects of aging on the brain and then they performed CR on them to see what the effects would be.

They reduced the calories in the diets of the mice by 30% and watched them over a course of 3 months. At certain intervals, the mice were given learning and memory tests to see how well they performed.

Researchers found that when the mice had lower caloric intakes, their brain function was preserved. Neurodegeneration had slowed down and mental dysfunction was reduced. They also noticed that CR accentuated the effects of the enzyme protein Sirtuin 1 (SIRT 1), which also plays a part in proper brain function.

They gave another set of mice SIRT 1 as opposed to a lower calorie diet to see if they received the same positive anti-aging benefits. They were trying to find out whether or not they could induce the same effects by drug rather than by diet.

They discovered that the mice that were given the SIRT 1 fared just as well on the learning and memory tests as the mice that had experienced CR. This finding opens the door to further testing to see if they get the same results on other animals and whether CR and similar acting chemicals slow down or completely stop the brain aging process.

Based on this research, it suggests that supplements such as Liproxenol, which helps people control their appetite, may not only foster weight loss, but it may also work to protect their brain function in the process.

Liproxenol is a weight loss supplement that contains all natural ingredients such as green tea, vitamin B6, cayenne powder and dandelion root. It was created by Liproxenol Nutraceuticals to increase metabolism, decrease appetite and burn excess fat.

About Liproxenol Nutraceuticals:

Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is recognized as an industry leader in the fields of health, wellness and better living. The company’s products are enjoyed by customers around the world and are among a new class of supplements that are not only effective but also safe and made from 100% all-natural ingredients. Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is based in Australia and the USA.

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