How Does 42% More Energy Sound?

Dear Living Well Daily Reader,

Few things can make you feel as old as nodding off in the middle of the day or not being able to keep up with your grandkids.

But fatigue and lowered endurance aren’t just hallmarks of your age — they’re also signals that major changes are happening in your cells.

You see, as you age, the energy centers in your cells (known as mitochondria) begin to fail, and your body can’t recycle them properly.

And that’s what leaves you worn out and feeling like you were hit by a truck.

Now, thanks to a powerful and delicious fruit, you can finally do something about it. In fact, a recent study proved it may boost energy levels by up to 42 percent.

A groundbreaking new study has pinpointed an all-natural molecule that can help your body with the mitochondrial cleanup process.

This unique substance is called urolithin A, and its precursor is found in tasty pomegranates.

When tested in mice, researchers found urolithin A increased endurance in older mice by a whopping 42 percent.

Plus, they saw a significant reduction in the number of mitochondria, which indicates that their cellular recycling process was back on track.

But what they found next was remarkable…

Scientists researched urolithin A’s age-fighting powers by experimenting with worms, a common and useful approach for aging testing.

After exposing the worms to urolithin A, they found that this hardworking compound extended their life spans by an incredible 45 percent.

This means upping your urolithin A intake could be the secret to boosting your energy levels and even extending your life.

Pomegranates are a great source urolithin A’s precursor.

And stocking up on pomegranates is always a good idea. These tasty fruits are chock-full of other vital nutrients and antioxidants that can curb inflammation and help fight the effects of aging.

Live well,

Natalie Moore
Managing editor, Living Well Daily

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Sources

[1] The Mitochondrial Basis of Aging

[2] Pomegranate finally reveals its powerful anti-aging secret

[3] 12 Health Benefits of Pomegranate

Natalie Moore

Written By Natalie Moore

Natalie Moore is a dedicated health researcher with a passion for finding healthy, natural, and science-based solutions. After a decade of direct healthcare experience in western and natural medicine, she was involved in public health research before joining Living Well Daily.

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