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You’ve worked hard to get where you are! You’re at the top of your game at work, your kids are more independent every day, you look better than colleagues half your age, and most days you feel as great as you look. These truly are the best years of your life.

But every once in a while, your workout is just…harder than it should be. Your ‘babyface’ has thinned out giving you great cheekbones, but you’re noticing the start of fine lines around your eyes and mouth. And your energy runs out sooner than it used to.

The truth is, in our 40s, aging can start to take hold. Skin begins to lose collagen, muscles lose strength and mass, metabolism begins to slow. The changes are mild and nearly unnoticeable now, but as perimenopause ramps up, they can accelerate. But these changes are just OUTSIDE signs that you’re aging faster on the INSIDE.

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Here’s the GOOD NEWS: Now you can keep your youthful glow longer than ever before.

Aging starts on the inside of our bodies and the biggest culprit behind most of the visible signs of aging is due to muscle loss.

Starting at around age 30, women being losing muscle. They may lose as much as 50 percent of that hard-earned muscle by the time they turn 80.

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Here’s how you can tell if muscle loss might be aging you faster:

  • Have you ever gone on a diet, only to gain the weight back again?
  • Do you gain weight more easily than you lose it?
  • Do your arms, legs, and belly feel and appear “softer”?
  • Are you less active than you used to be?
  • Even if you exercise, is most of your day spent sitting at a desk, in a car, or on the couch

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If you answered “yes” to any of these, you may already be experiencing some early muscle loss.

From our 30s on, women are losing 1.5% of their muscle mass each year. While that may not seem like a lot, it adds up fast.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE LOSE MUSCLE

Your Metabolism Grinds To A Halt

Up to 80% of the energy from your food goes to your muscles as fuel. The more muscle you have, the faster energy is burned –  that is your metabolism. When you lose muscle, your body needs less fuel; the food that’s not used is stored as fat. That is your metabolism slowing down. A slower metabolism results in less energy, reduced stamina and weight gain — we can fix this.

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You Gain Fat More Easily…and Struggle To Lose It  

When you diet by restricting calories, up to 12% of your weight loss is actually muscle. This slows down your metabolism, so when you return to your normal diet, the weight you gain back is all FAT. This vicious cycle repeats itself over and over every time you “go on a diet”! Now you know — it’s not your fault.

Your Hormones Get Unbalanced

Losing muscle and increasing fat creates inflammation that sends chemical signals which confuse your hormones. Ideally, hormones — estrogen, progesterone, insulin and thyroid — work together to create a healthy balance. Inflammation has a drastic effect on the balance of your hormones and results in premature aging. But you can impact your hormones when you control your muscle and fat — and we know how.

Wrinkles and Skin Dimples Appear and Deepen

Collagen is a protein which acts like scaffolding throughout your body; it strengthens your hair, nails, skin, cartilage, connective tissue and bones. When collagen starts to break down, fine lines, wrinkles and the dreaded “cottage cheese” skin appears. The bad news is that it only gets worse — we can show you how

BUT IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE LIKE THIS.
YOU HAVE THE POWER TO CONTROL THE WAY YOU AGE.

Long-term fat gain, low energy, muscle loss, and dry, brittle hair and nails are NOT inevitable. In fact, if you start now to combat the aging process, you can look younger longer, burn fat, retain the muscle you  have and build more, enjoy high energy longer, and protect your hair and nails from the drying of age.

Yes, you feel great and look great and have boundless energy now, but it’s time to start thinking about the long-term.

Let’s talk about what you can do to stay fit, strong, youthful, and energetic, starting today.

1. Focus on Whole Food

Eating foods that come from the earth instead of the laboratory can have an enormous impact on the aging process. Processed foods including sugar and grains impact insulin, inflammatory compounds, and even sex hormones like estrogen and progesterone that can lead to fat storage, deepening wrinkles, muscle and collagen loss. Stick to lots of vegetables along with fruits, beans, clean proteins like wild fish and organic/grassfed meat and poultry. Challenge yourself to ditch the processed foods and see how you feel.

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2. Keep Moving

Most women think of exercise as a necessary evil for weight loss, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Moving your body at least 30 minutes each day in a moderate way doing something you love to do (like a brisk walk, yard work, or bike ride) has a positive impact on your overall health, but it can also have a significant impact on the aging cascade. Through moderate exercise, you can maintain and build healthy muscle, protect your collagen, reduce inflammatory compounds, stabilize your hormones, and burn fat too. (And exercise has positive benefits on your heart, brain, mood, and bones!)

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3. Get More Zzzzzz’s

Did you know that your body uses the time while you’re asleep to repair itself? This is true for the look and health of your skin as much as it is for your brain or your muscles. When you sleep, blood flow increases to your skin to help rebuild collagen and repair damage from UV exposure, reducing wrinkles and age spots. Sleep also plays an important role in fat loss, no kidding! Research shows when dieters get a full night’s sleep, the weight they lose is more than 50% fat, but when they cut back on sleep, only a measily 25% of their weight loss is fat. So, prioritize sleep!

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4. Consider Supplements

When you think about all the different aspects of your health that affect aging like excess fat, wrinkles, muscle loss, decreased energy, and dry, brittle nails and hair, nutritional supplements can be an ideal way to nourish your body. 

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AgelessLX will help you burn more fat than dieting and exercise combined. It supports overall health, and helps you maintain strength, energy, and endurance by promoting muscle growth. Plus, the nutrients promote extra collagen production, so you can love the way you look and feel!

 

AgelessLX is a scientifically-proven, all-in-one solution to:

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BURN MORE FAT

The key ingredient in AgelessLX earned one of the rare US patents for FAT LOSS! AgelessLX contains compounds that promote lean body mass so your body burns fat at a faster rate  — greater than diet and exercise alone. This enables you to get rid of the fat and enjoy the more robust metabolism from having a higher percentage of muscle

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LOOK YOUNGER

AgelessLX contains proven ingredients helping your body produce more of its own collagen — the outcome is a smoother, tighter, more youthful appearance and glow.  With AgelessLX, you can reduce fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin, slow the visible aging progress, even before it starts. 

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SCULPT MUSCLE AND GET STRONG

AgelessLX has unique patented ingredients which preserve your muscle and increase your lean muscle mass — without having to spend hours at the gym. With AgelessLX, you can build strength faster and get that lean body you’ve always wanted and deserve. After just one month, you will be amazed by the visible results!

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BOOST ENERGY & ENDURANCE

The proven ingredients in AgelessLX delivery powerful nutrients directly to your muscles so you feel more energy, stamina and endurance throughout your day. With AgelessLX so you can stay power through your day with vibrance and vitality. When you workout, you’ll notice less fatigue and muscle soreness with faster muscle recovery. What will YOU do next? 

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STRENGTHEN NAILS & THICKEN HAIR

AgelessLX provides the nutrient building blocks to create thicker, shiny and luxurious hair, and stronger and longer nails. With AgelessLX, your body gets the protein, amino acids and collagen it needs to prevent thinning, dry, frizzy hair  and brittle, peeling nails. You’ll notice the transformation halfway through your bottle of AgelessLX and your hairdresser will beg to know what you’re doing!

 

THE BOTTOM LINE

We’ve all heard the saying, “Age is just a number,” and while it’s true that getting older is just the passing of time, aging is something in your control. When in doubt, reference this list of ways to stay ahead of the game to look and feel years younger.

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It’s never too early or too late to start… from our 30s through our 90s, Join the thousands of women slowing down the clock and living a vibrant, healthy, ageless life!

 

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I’m Not Over The Hill – I’m On Top Of It!

Michele’s Ageless Story

Now that I’ve rounded the corner of 50, my family jokes that I’m “over the hill.” 

I’m not. I’m standing at the TOP OF THE HILL , my arms are outstretched; I’m feeling hopeful, positive and excited for my future. I plan to be here for my family and myself for a long time.

I’m Michele Drielick — I have a Masters in Nutrition; I’m a healthy aging expert and the founder of AgelessLX. 

I’ve worked with women, guiding their good health and nutrition for over a decade. In the course of my work, I realized women are aging faster than they need to – faster than they should – and that premature aging was dramatically impacting their self-confidence and quality of life.

In my research, I discovered too many women believe their aging process is controlled by their genes; they’re a victim of the aging process and there’s nothing they can do about it.

That’s just not true. 

You can control the way you age…at any age — it’s never too late to start.

My mission to change the way women age began with my own Mother — she believed her health and wellness was out of her control. 

For decades, I desperately tried to convince her that eating more vegetables, removing processed foods and being more active would change how she felt and would lead to a longer, more vibrant life.

Having helped thousands of women successfully improve their lives through targeted nutrition, fitness, sleep and managing stress — it was devastating for me that I was unable to help the woman who mattered most in my life, my own Mother.

Over the last few years of her life, I watched her age at an accelerated rate and  it was shocking how fast it happened. Looking back, the signs were there; her body withered away — she lost so much muscle. 

I was shattered when my Mom died in 2019, especially since I have the expertise that could have prevented her death at such a young age. 

Through my grief, the desire to help all women gain control of how they age compelled me to find a solution.

AgelessLX, is a supplement that works with your body so you can radically change the way you age – staying stronger, leaner, more energetic and more youthful.

Genetics alone does not determine your future. 

I’ve helped thousands of women stop and even reverse the preventable damage we think of as inevitable with “normal aging”.

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