HAYA Hyaluronic Acid: known as the “Key to the Fountain of Youth”
- Delays wrinkle appearance and the signs of aging
- Helps to even out the skin tone
- Stimulates eye health
- Helps with problems, related to the connective tissue
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Hyaluronic Acid is a non-sulfur glycosaminoglycan, widely spread in the connective, epithelial, and neural tissues. It is one of the main components of the extracellular matrix, contributing significantly to the cellular proliferation and migration. The organism of an average man, weighting 70 kg., contains approximately 15 grams of Hyaluronan, one third of which is processed (degraded and synthesized) every day.
Hyaluronic Acid is well known as the “key to the Fountain of Youth”, because it is noted that some people, who consume large portions of this compound, often live to a ripe old age. Is it possible that Hyaluronic Acid could be the long searched remedy against aging?
Recently, the scientists have focused on the eventual anti-aging benefits of the Hyaluronic acid, known also as Hyaluron or HA. In one story, titled “The village of the long life: Is it possible that the Hyaluronic acid could be the anti-aging remedy?”, the focus is on a rural area in Japan, named Yzuri Hara, where people normally experience a considerable longevity and often have a great skin in their 80’s or even 90’s. More than 10% of the population in this village is 85 years old or older, which is 10 times higher than the average norm.
Some research suggests that the reason behind the observed longevity and excellent health of the people in Yzuri Hara, known as the Village of the long life”, could be mainly related to the local unique food diet, which includes a starch vegetable that is particularly rich in HA. In fact, one big Japanese pharmaceutical company undertakes “Research and Development” of medicine supplement, containing HA. During a test of this remedy on 1000 subjects, about half of them report to have a smoother skin and even a vision improvement. Hyaluronic acid has proven its effectiveness in lubrication of arthritic joints, and some analysis show positive results when it is injected in the joints, delaying the necessity of joint replacement, due to the fact that the acid is a component of the natural lubricant fluid of the body.
How does the Hyaluronic acid influence the organism?
Hyaluronic acid is represented in a big amount throughout the human body from the time of our birth, but its quantity gradually diminishes with age. This reduction perhaps plays a key role in the observed process of aging. Hyaluronic acid can be found in the deep skin layers, known as dermis, and it is supposed that the acid stimulates the maintenance of smooth skin, due to its ability to retain water. Obviously, it can be used as a remedy for treating skin wounds and some other problems.
The main function of this compound is to alleviate the pain and to lubricate. It is found all over the body in great amount in such places, where people suffer from inherited disorders in the connective tissues, predominantly - joints, heart valves and eyes. The presence of anomalies, attributed to the Hyaluronic acid, often can be seen as a sign of problems with the connective tissue. It is interesting to note that these biochemical anomalies are observed within the most characteristics of connective tissue disorders, such as mitral valve prolapse, TMJ, osteoarthritis, and keratoconus.
Why does the consumption of Hyaluronic acid is considered necessary?
The acid helps in maintaining the collagen levels. Under normal circumstances, the collagen reduction is considered as the main factor for irregularity of skin elasticity and tone, signs that are often associated with the process of aging.
Hyaluronic acid represents 80% of human eye, fact that surprises many people. It can be viewed as a cushion to the retina, which helps to protect the eye from a trauma. Just recently, the acid began to be seen as an effective remedy when digested orally, even though it has been used for a long time in the form of injection in the joints.
It finds implementation for treatment of many conditions, related to connective tissue disorders, such as fractures, problems with eyes, slow healing of wounds, and premature wrinkled skin. Logically, it is possible to suggest that Hyaluronic acid could influence the healing of these problems, because defects or depletion associated with this compound, represent the initial reason, leading to the mentioned disorders.
Recommended daily intake:
Take 1 capsule 1-2 times daily.
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