Eternus Review: A Breakdown of the New Healthy Aging Product

Eternus Review: A Breakdown of the New Healthy Aging Product

One of the biggest trends we’ve seen this year in supplement products is ingredients geared toward fighting aging and promoting cellular health. Eternus is a new all-in-one supplement from NeuroHacker Collective (the group that brought you Qualia) that aims to fight aging by supporting mitochondrial health and cellular energy levels.

How Does Eternus it Work?

Like other NeuoHacker products, Eternus includes a wide variety of essential nutrients for your body that you may not be getting elsewhere.

All in all, the Eternus is a solid option as far as healthy aging supplements go. It provides a slew of ingredients that can promote overall health and wellness, and provide a healthy dose of nutrients that may be lacking or completely missing from your daily diet. Since many of these ingredients influence blood pressure and can either increase or reduce the effectiveness of certain blood thinners or thickeners, it should be noted that if you are taking any medications, consult your doctor before adding any kind of dietary supplement to your daily diet.

I just started taking Eternus this morning, and will continue with the recommended 5 days on and 2 days off. We'll be posting a full breakdown of how the product worked next week.

Eternus Ingredient Breakdown

Eternus review

Many of the ingredients in this product are well known staples of a normal healthy diet, or supplements people may already

be taking such as potassium, calcium, and Vitamin B6 and B12, while others are a bit more obscure, like R-Lipoic Acid. All these ingredients play an essential role in body health, and here's how:

Vitamin K2
Vitamin K2 is essential in regulating calcium intake and bone strength. While most people take calcium supplements to help with bone density, Vitamin K2 is what triggers the body to direct the calcium out of the blood stream and into your bones. Without Vitamin K2, the excess calcium will just get excreted out of the body. Since it promotes the calcification of bone by removing the calcium from you blood stream, Vitamin K2 also plays a large role in heart health since the calcium is being pulled from your blood stream, preventing it from calcifying in your blood vessels and causing clotting.

Thiamine HCL
Thiamine, also known as Vitamin B1, plays an important role in metabolism, cell growth, and the transmission of nerve impulses in the body. Thiamine Hcl acts as a coenzyme in the body assisting with the breaking down of amino acids and fatty acids, which helps in creating free peptides for the creation of ATP, which is essential in providing energy for cell functions and growth.

Riboflavin
Riboflavin, or B2, provides similar benefits to the body as B1. It helps facilitate the breaking down of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, while also allowing oxygen to be used by the body. Riboflavin also plays a role in eye health, as it protects certain antioxidants such as glutathione, which prevent cell oxidation and degeneration.

Niacin
Niacin, or vitamin B3, helps every part of your body to function properly. Niacin essentially aids enzymes in the breaking down of food, converting it into energy. Some of the substances Niacin assists in breaking down are, if left in their natural state in your body, factor into high cholesterol levels. Since B3 breaks these down, Niacin can help in lowering your cholesterol levels.

Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6, like the other B vitamins, are essential to cell metabolism and assisting with enzyme processes. B6 also plays a role in the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters, and plays an important role in overall body health.

Folate
Folate, the natural form of vitamin B9, converts into a metabolite called tetrahydrofolate. Tetrahydrofolate is essential for breaking down homocysteine into methionine. Since it assists in breaking down harmful compounds such as homocysteine, B9 promotes overall body health, including kidney functionality and even fetal health during pregnancy.

Vitamin B12
B12 works in similar was to the other B vitamins, promoting overall body health and helping break down harmful homocysteine into methionine. It is also essential for the formation of mood boosting neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine.

Biotin
Much like the rest of the vitamins in the B-complex series of vitamins, Biotin (or B7) is used in the metabolism of fatty acids, glucose, and amino acids. Biotin helps keep you looking young and healthy by breaking down those nutrients to promote hair and nail health. While Biotin is often found in hair products, it isn't easily diffused through the skin, and thus has the greatest beneficial impact when ingested. B7 can naturally be found in foods such as organ meats, eggs, avocados, mushrooms, and berries.

Pantothenic Acid
Pantothenic Acid, or B5, is also part of the series of vitamins that make up the B Complex of vitamins. Its primary role is to break down carbohydrates into glucose to fuel the process which provides energy to the cells. B5 is especially important for neurological health since the brain mostly runs off of glucose, but also has a role in promoting the healthy functioning of the eyes, skin, hair and liver. B5 also helps in the processing of other vitamins, particularly B2.

Magnesium
Magnesium is an essential macromineral, meaning it must be consumed and our body does not produce it naturally. Magnesium is required for several enzymes to properly function, either acting as a coenzyme or binding to an active site and assisting with the breakdown of other substances. Magnesium also helps with bone health and proper calcium absorption by activating vitamin D in the kidneys.

Potassium
The intake of potassium has a variety of health benefits, though it is most well known for its role in kidney health by preventing the crystallization of calcium in the kidneys, causing kidney stones. It does this by directing calcium back into the bloodstream from the distal tubules of the kidneys. Potassium also helps lower blood pressure to some degree. If you are taking high amounts of potassium, be sure you are also taking vitamin K2 to redirect some of the calcium being pulled out of your kidneys back towards your bones. Essentially, Potassium, K2 and Calcium should all be taken together for optimal results.

Tri-creatine Malate
Tri-creatine Malate is a variation of creatine which is primarily involved in building muscle by providing an extra boost of energy during high intensity workouts or when your muscles are most active. This helps you be active for longer periods of time, and indirectly leads to greater muscle gains. Tri-creatine Malate is comprised of three creatine molecules bound to a malic acid, which helps in metabolism and makes the creatines to be more water soluble, allowing them to be transferred more easily from your capillaries into your muscle tissue.

Calcium
Calcium is primarily known for increasing bone density and helping with bone health, but it does have a variety of uses throughout the body. Calcium is also used to activate the synaptic vessels in nerve cells, causing the release of neurotransmitters and facilitating the sending of impulses through the nervous system. Be sure to include vitamin K2 and vitamin D when taking calcium, as they will ensure more calcium is absorbed by the body.

Glycine
Glycine is an amino acid mainly involved in the creation of certain proteins in the body, which is needed to tissue maintenance and the production of certain enzymes and proteins throughout the body. While glycine is produced naturally in the body from other amino acids, it can also be found in protein rich foods like meats and nuts.

Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract
Also known as rosemary, rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract is a rich source of antioxidants, which promote overall cell health and help prevent the formation of free radicals, which have been linked to cell mutation.

Theobroma Cacao Seed Extract
Naturally found in dark chocolate as well as supplements, theobroma cacao seed extract is helpful in promoting cadriovascular health. It also promotes insulin production, inducing a slight spike in glucose uptake and indirectly causing a boost of energy in the body.

Cinnulin
Cinnulin is a water soluble extract of a variant of cinnamon, formulated to include only type A polymers. Cinnulin mostly helps with the metabolism and transport of glucose, in part by enhancing insulin signaling pathways in the nervous system. Cinnulin has also been shown to help in regulating glucose levels in the body as well as in blood pressure regulation.

L-carnitine
L-caratine is a naturally occurring amino acid which helps in the transfer of fatty acids into your cell's mitochondria to provide energy for the cell. While created naturally through the breakdown of lysine and methionine, it can also be obtained through eating meats and fish.

BioVin Red Grapes Extract
Red grapes extract has an effect on blood pressure, as well as acting as an antioxidant to promote cell health. Since it is derived directly from red grapes and seeds, it may pose a health risk to those with an allergy to red grapes when taken in high enough concentrations.

Myo-inositol
Inositol is a naturally occurring carbohydrate found in your body, but can also be obtained through supplements and beans fruits, nuts and grains. Inositol promotes insulin sensitivity, as well as helping with providing energy to the brain by breaking down into substances similar to glucose.

elevAPT Ancient Peat and Apple Fruit Extract
These key extracts play an important role in ATP production for cell energy. This increased ATP can help with overall energy levels as well as help to boost athletic performance.

Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha is a medicinal herb that increases insulin sensitivity, lowering your blood sugar levels. It can also help in blocking pathways in the brain related to stress, and plays a role in apoptosis, or the programmed death of a cell. Apoptosis is important in that programmed cell death helps rid the body of unhealthy of mutated cells, playing a role in the prevention of uncontrolled cell growth.

Citric Acid
Citric acid is mostly found in citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, and oranges. Citric acid is known to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as an alkalizing effect on your body, reducing the effect of acidic foods on the body.

Gynostemma Pentaphyllum
Gynostemma Pentaphyllum affects the overall balance and regulation of multiple systems throughout the body, including the nervous system, cadriovascular system, and reproductive system. It can also have a biphasic effect on the brain, either energizing or calming it depending on what is needed.

Kaempferia Parviflora Root Extract
Also known at Thai Ginseng, Kaempferia Parviflora Root is believed to enhance physical performance and strength. It does contain bioflavinoids, which tend to promote general overall body health.

R Lipoic Acid
Lipoic Acid is an organic compound that helps in the production of energy in the cell's mitochondria. Since it is both water and fat soluble, it is usable by any cell in the body. Lipoic acid also can have an antioxidant effect on the body and lower blood sugar levels as well.

N-Acetyl L-Cysteine
N-acetyl L-cysteine is a semi-essential amino acid found in most proteins like chicken, yogurt, turkey, cheese and eggs. NAC is heavily involved in the production of glutathione, one of the most essential antioxidants.

L-Tryptophan
L-Tryptophan is essential for creating proteins, and is also not naturally produced in the body so can only be obtained from outside sources. It is mostly found in meats like turkey and chicken, along with some seeds.

COQ10
COQ10 is a coenzyme that helps with the energy production process in your body. While your body naturally produces COQ10, but production of this coenzyme decreases with age. The other main purpose of COQ10 is to aid in preventing oxidation as well as protecting your cells from viruses and bacteria.

Benfotiamine
Benfotiamine, a derivative of Thiamine, plays a role in breaking down glycotoxins that can cause inflammation and accelerate many age related degenerative diseases. Benfotiamine can also protect against oxidative stress induced by certain diets.

Sophorae Japonica L Flower Extract
Sophorae Japonica is a botanical supplement derived from the flowers of the Japanese Pagoda tree. It has been traditionally used to promote overall vein health and cardiovascular health, helping ease the pain caused by blood restriction in unhealthy vessels, as well as creating an environment in the blood that is less susceptible to blood clotting.

Citrus Sinensis L Fruit Extract
Citrus Sinensis L Fruit Extract, also known as sweet orange oil, is mostly derived from the outer peel of oranges. Citrus Sinensis Fruit Extract has many benefits, being an immune system enhancer, natural antibacterial, as well as having uses in many non-dietary products such as soaps and cleaners. It can also act as a blood pressure reducer and an anti-inflammatory.

Strawberry Seed Extract
Strawberry Seed Extract is a great source of antioxidants, as well as being a great source of vitamin A, B, C and E. Strawberry Seed Extract also promotes skin and gastrointestinal health.

Cirtus Grandis Fruit Extract
Also known as Grapefruit Seed Extract, Citrus Grandis is rich in antioxidants and nutrients. Grapefruit Seed Extract can be used as a potent antibacterial, able to kill up to 60 different kinds of bacteria and yeasts. GSE is also very high in antioxidants, like many citrus extracts, helping prevent the oxidation of cells.

Pyrroloquinoline Quinone Disodium
Also known as PPQ, Pyrroloquinoline Quinone Disodium can provide a variety of health benefits. As it plays a primary role in the formation of the cell's mitochondria, where cells produce their energy, PPQ usually works hand in hand with COQ10 in boosting cell energy production. PPQ is also believed to have antioxidant qualities, reduce inflammation, and reduce oxidative stress among other overall health benefits.

Certonia Siliqua Extract
Certonia Siliqua Extract, derived from the Carob, has a variety of health benefits, mostly due to its high concentration of antioxidants, high fiber, and low fat and sugar content. The carob is also gluten free, for those who have gluten tolerance issues. It also offers a slew of vitamins and minerals, including a few of the B-complex vitamins, potassium, and calcium. In terms of specific health benefits, Ceronia Siliqua Extract can lower cholesterol, ease stomach issues, and can help in remedying diarrhea.

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