Anti-Aging Supplement Combination by Ray & Terry’s: 30 Day Supply Individual Dose Packets Contain 3 Supplements to Counterract Biochemical Aging

Anti-Aging Supplement Combination by Ray & Terry’s: 30 Day Supply Individual Dose Packets Contain 3 Supplements to Counterract Biochemical Aging

Product Description
Ray & Terry packaged three of their top antiaging products together in convenient single dose packets. Now your supplements are easy to remember, easy to carry and easy to take, and you can bring them anywhere without feeling weighed down by cumbersome bottles.

The streamlined Antiaging Multipack combines three scientific products in one handy container.

Resveratrol is one of the most promising antiaging supplements. A powerful antioxidant, resveratrol helps counteract free radical damage in the body, and plays an important role in cellular health. It may also produce benefits similar to caloric restriction (CR).

Phosphatidylcholine levels decrease as we age, an important part of the aging process. Supplementation with PtC supports healthy skin and brain cells, liver function, memory5 and may enhance the absorption of resveratrol when the two are taken together.

Ubiquinol is the activated form of coenzyme Q10, which is essential for supplying energy to your cells. Research indicates that ubiquinol is effective at slowing aging in mice and reducing exercise-induced fatigue.

Choosing the Antiaging Multipack over the individual supplement products will save you almost 15%, plus you’ll get separate morning and evening dose packets for your convenience. To attain a solid foundation for both wellness and antiaging in just two products, we recommend taking the Antiaging combination along with our Longevity Multipack.

Price: $88.95

  • Essential anti-aging supplements combined for convenience
  • Increases energy, supports youthful cellular activity, counterracts aging damage
  • Supports healthy skin and cellular activity
  • Based on the health books by Ray Kurzweil and Terry Grossman
  • One month’s supply of single-serving packets