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Quest Vitamins LTD,
8 Venture Way,
Aston Science Park,
B7 4AP.

Tel: 0121 359 0056
Fax: 0121 359 0313
Registered in England No. 2530437



Regardless of how well people care for their bodies, the organ systems which sustain life eventually begin to wear out through a process called aging. The timing of this process involves many factors - such as genetics, lifestyle, and disease.

Most often, a person?s lifespan is dictated by genetic factors. Lifestyle can either better or harm these odds. If people abuse their bodies through alcohol abuse, Smoking, and a poor diet, they will be more likely to experience the effects of aging prematurely. Diseases also affect the rate at which a person ages.

Physically, the aging process brings a deterioration of everything related to the body. The Skin loses elasticity, eye lenses lose focus, bones weaken, muscles become less bulky, organs become tired, the Immune System weakens, and many other events occur. This is a natural and unavoidable process.


Echinacea (3)
Garlic (8)
Ginseng (4)
Gotu Kola


Calcium (6)
Coenzyme Q10 (7)
Selenium (5)
Vitamin A (Beta Carotene) (5)
Vitamin C (1)
Vitamin E (2)
Zinc (9)


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2. Clement M, Bourre JM: Alteration of alpha-tocopherol content in the developing and aging peripheral nervous system - persistance of high correlations with total and specific (n-6) polyunsaturated fatty acids, Journal of Neurochemistry, 54(6), June 1990, p 2110-2117.
3. Facino RM, et al: Echinacoside and Caffeoyl conjugates protect collagen from free-radical induced degradation - a potential use of Echinacea extracts in the prevention of Skin photodamage, Planta Medicine, 61(6), Dec 1995, p 510-514.
4. Chui J, Chen KJ: American ginseng compound liquor on retard-aging process, Chung His I Chih, 11(8), Aug 1991, p 457-460.
5. Wood SM: Effects of Beta Carotene and Selenium supplementation in aged humans, Dissertation Abstracts International, 55(4), 1994, p 1387.
6. Prince R, et al: The effects of Calcium supplementation (milk powder or tablets) and exercise on bone density in postmodern women, Journal of bone mineral research, 10(7), June 1995, p 1068-1075.
7. Leibovitz B, et al:Dietary supplements of Vitamin E, Beta Carotene, Coenzyme Q10 and Selenium protect tissues against lipid perioxidation in rat tissue slices, Journal of Nutrition, 120(1), Jan 1990, p 97-104.
8. Svendsen L, et al: Testing Garlic for possible anti-aging effects on long-term growth characteristics, morphology and macromolecular synthesis of human fibroblasts in culture, Journal of Ethanopharmacology, 43(2), July 1994, p 125-133.
9. Garfinkel D: Is aging inevitable? The intracellular Zinc deficiency hypothesis of aging, Med Hypotheses, 19:2:117-37 (1986)