ProAge y los Marcadores del envejecimiento

ProAge and Aging Markers

Understanding Aging: Epigenetic and Inflammatory Insights

Human aging is a complex and multifactorial process that has been the subject of extensive scientific research. Recent advances have made it possible to identify twelve key factors that contribute significantly to the aging phenomenon. Among these, epigenetics and chronic inflammation stand out for their fundamental role in regulating the underlying biological mechanisms. At ETERNA, we recognize the importance of these findings and have integrated them as scientific pillars in the development of our products.

Epigenetics at the Center of Aging

Epigenetics refers to modifications in gene expression that do not involve changes in DNA sequence. These modifications can be influenced by various environmental and lifestyle factors, and have a direct impact on the aging process. Over time, epigenetic alterations can accumulate, leading to cellular dysfunction and the manifestation of age-related diseases.

At ETERNA, we focus our efforts on understanding how these epigenetic alterations can be modulated to prevent or delay the signs of aging. Through research and development, we seek to create products that support epigenetic health, thereby promoting greater longevity and well-being.

Chronic Inflammation: A Silent Enemy

Chronic inflammation is another crucial factor in the aging process. Unlike acute inflammation, which is a temporary immune response and necessary for healing, chronic inflammation is low-grade and persistent, contributing to the progression of numerous age-associated diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.

At ETERNA, we recognize that combating chronic inflammation is essential to addressing aging in a comprehensive manner. Our products are designed to help regulate the body’s inflammatory response, thus supporting cellular health and the prevention of age-related diseases.

Innovation and Science at ETERNA

At ETERNA, innovation and science go hand in hand to offer effective anti-aging solutions. Our approach is based on a thorough understanding of the biological mechanisms governing aging, with a particular focus on epigenetics and chronic inflammation.

Science-Based Products

Our products are formulated based on the latest scientific advances in the field of aging. We use high quality ingredients that have proven to be effective in modulating epigenetic alterations and reducing chronic inflammation. In this way, we ensure that our customers receive evidence-based solutions that promote a longer, healthier life.

Commitment to Excellence

At ETERNA, commitment to excellence is fundamental. Our team of scientists and health experts work tirelessly to ensure that each product meets the highest standards of quality and efficacy. We are dedicated to continuous improvement and innovation in the field of anti-aging care.

Conclusion: A Promising Future

Aging is a natural process, but scientific advances in areas such as epigenetics and chronic inflammation offer us new tools to address it effectively. At ETERNA, we are at the forefront of these developments, offering products that not only combat the signs of aging, but also promote optimal health throughout life. With a solid foundation in science and an unwavering commitment to quality, ETERNA is positioned as a leader in the fight against aging.

Understanding Aging: Epigenetic and Inflammatory Insights

Human aging is caused by a series of distinctive features that have the following premises in common: (1) its manifestation is associated with age, (2) its accentuation produces an acceleration of aging, and (3) it is possible to slow down, stop or even reverse aging through therapeutic interventions on them.

Recently, 12 factors have been identified that, together, cause aging in the human condition, and they are: genomic instability, telomere wear, epigenetic alterations, loss of proteostasis, deactivation of macroautophagy, dysregulation of nutrient sensing, mitochondrial dysfunction, cellular senescence, stem cell exhaustion, impaired intercellular communication, chronic inflammation, and dysbiosis.

These distinctive features are interconnected and define the phenotype of human aging in the most precise way possible. At ETERNA, we have based our approach on this scientific discovery, selecting two key aspects of aging—epigenetics and chronic inflammation—as the foundational pillars of our product.

Carlos López-Otín, Maria A. Blasco, Linda Partridge, Manuel Serrano, Guido Kroemer, Hallmarks of aging: An expanding universe, Cell, Volume 186, Issue 2, 2023, Pages 243-278, ISSN 0092-8674.

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