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Protecting and maintain your health is very important. You only have one. Life Support 2.0 makes sure that your

normal functions and health remain at peak levels. It’s your one stop shop to staying healthy and keeping your body

from being damaged as we get older. Life Support 2.0 also works especially well with hardcore athletes who have

beat their body up for whatever reason over time.

Life Support 2.0

Featuring PolicosanolPlus®

Protecting and maintain your health is very important. You only have one. Life Support 2.0 makes sure that your

normal functions and health remain at peak levels. It’s your one stop shop to staying healthy and keeping your body

from being damaged as we get older. Life Support 2.0 also works especially well with hardcore athletes who have

beat their body up for whatever reason over time. Life Support 2.0 does it all from helping maintain a normal liver

function, boosting immunity, helping lower cholesterol, fight cardio vascular disease and much, much more. So pick

up your bottle of Life Support 2.0 today and help your body stay healthy and build strong defenses. Can you afford

Life Support 2.0



• Organ protection –including liver and kidney

As a dietary supplement, take one serving (2 pills) in the AM, and another serving (2 pills) in the PM.

PolicosanolPlus® originates from a natural mixture of Aliphatic Alcohols-Saturated Fatty Acids and Polyunsaturated

Fatty Acids (omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9). It is the ingredient that protects against cardiovascular diseases.

According to the American Heart Association, “the number of people with heart failure could climb 46 percent from

5 million in 2012 to 8 million in 2030”. So, our team of experts at Innovation Laboratories Inc. has taken this public

health threat seriously and developed PolicosanolPlus®. This safe and effective ingredient helps to reduce the total

blood cholesterol, including LDL-cholesterol levels (the bad cholesterol), and helps to increase HDL-cholesterol levels

Policosanol is a dietary supplement that can normalize cholesterol as well or better than drugs, without side effects.

Efficacy and safety have been proven in numerous clinical trials, and it has been used by millions of people in other

countries. Policosanol lowers LDL-cholesterol and raises protective HDL-cholesterol. This compares favorably with

cholesterol-lowering drugs which have the drawback of side effects such as liver dysfunction and muscle atrophy.

What makes policosanol exciting is that it has other actions against heart disease in addition to lowering cholesterol.

Like statin drugs, policosanol helps stop the formation of artery lesions.

One of policosanol's important actions is to inhibit the oxidation of LDL. Oxidized LDL is dangerous. It promotes

the destruction of blood vessels by creating a chronic inflammatory response. Oxidized LDL can also provoke

metalloproteinase enzymes. These enzymes promote blood vessel destruction, partly by interfering with HDL's

protective effect. Studies show that rats treated with policosanol have fewer foam cells, reflecting less inflammatory

response causing less blood vessel destruction.

Another action of policosanol is to reduce the proliferation of cells on the lining of the arteries. Healthy arteries are

lined with a smooth layer of cells so that blood can race through with no resistance. One of the features of diseased

arteries is that this layer becomes thick and overgrown with cells. As the artery narrows, blood flow slows down or

is blocked completely. Policosanol was tested for its ability to stop the proliferation of these cells. According to the

results, policosanol's ability to stop cell overgrowth "is in agreement with the antiproliferative effects reported for

other lipid-lowering drugs, such as most of the statins."

Policosanol also inhibits the formation of clots, and may work synergistically with aspirin in this respect. In a

comparison of aspirin and policosanol, aspirin was better at reducing one type of platelet aggregation (clumping

together of blood cells). But policosanol was better at inhibiting another type. Together, policosanol and aspirin

worked better than either alone. A related effect is that significant reductions in the level of thromboxane occur

in humans after two weeks of policosanol. Thromboxane is a blood vessel-constricting agent that contributes to

abnormal platelet aggregation that can cause a heart attack or stroke.

PolicosonolPlus® has been shown in studies to:

• Help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease

• Reduce complications in people with artery diseases

• Lowers total cholesterol levels and LDL levels, and increases beneficial HDL levels

• Helps protect against arterial blood clotting

• Helps protect against arterial inflammatory markers

• Maintains efficacy, as well as very good safety and tolerability

Red Yeast Rice:

Red yeast rice has been used for centuries in China as both food and medicine. It is made

by fermenting a type of yeast called Monascus purpureus over red rice. In Chinese medicine, red yeast rice is used to

lower cholesterol, improve blood circulation, and help digestive problems.

Several studies have shown that red yeast rice lowers "bad" LDL cholesterol levels. High cholesterol levels raise the

risk of heart disease. Red yeast (Monascus purpureus) stops the action of an enzyme in the body that helps make

Several studies suggest that red yeast rice reduces high cholesterol.

These studies support the claim that red yeast rice lowers cholesterol:

• A 2008 study compared people with high cholesterol who took fish oil and red yeast rice with people who

took a standard dose of simvastatin (Zocor). The red yeast rice contained lovastatin (Mevacor), but at a lower

dose than the prescription drug. Cholesterol levels went down in both groups.

• One study by UCLA School of Medicine involved 83 people with high cholesterol levels. Those who took red

yeast rice over a 12 week period had lower levels of total cholesterol, "bad" LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides

(fats in the blood) compared to those taking placebo. "Good" HDL cholesterol levels did not change in either

• A study presented to the American Heart Association showed that red yeast rice lowered LDL cholesterol. In

the study, 187 people had mild-to-moderately high levels of total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. The study

showed that taking red yeast rice reduced total cholesterol by more than 16%, LDL cholesterol by 21%, and

triglycerides by 24%. HDL cholesterol also went up by 14%.

• In another 8-week study of 446 people with high cholesterol, those who took red yeast rice had a drop in

cholesterol levels compared to those who took placebo. Total cholesterol fell by 22.7%, LDL by 31%, and

triglycerides by 34% in the red yeast rice group. HDL cholesterol went up by 20% in the red yeast rice group

NAC: Produced by the body, N-acetylcysteine (commonly called NAC) is a form of the amino acid cysteine. Because

it enhances the production of the enzyme glutathione, one of the body's powerhouse antioxidants, NAC can both stave

off disease and play an important role in boosting the immune system. Studies have shown that glutathione levels are

often reduced in people with certain conditions related to the immune system.

For more than three decades, NAC has been used as a mucolytic ("mucus dissolving") agent to help break up the

thick mucus often present in people suffering from chronic respiratory ailments. When administered intravenously,

NAC has also proved invaluable in the treatment of acetaminophen overdose; it appears to protect the liver from

this potentially toxic substance. Now widely available in supplement form, NAC is currently being recommended for

preventing and treating a wide variety of ailments that may respond to its antioxidant properties.

Hawthorn Berry Extract (2% cratagic acid, 5% flavonoid glycosides):

Hawthorne Berries have been used since the 19th century to support the heart, and to normalize cardiovascular functions. Today,

Hawthorne Berries are one of the most popular herbs used in Europe, and gaining wider acceptance in the United

States. Primary chemical constituents of this herb include Vitamin C, flavonoids (quercetin, quercetrin), glycosides,

proanthocyanidins, anthocynaidins, saponins, tannins, and cratetegin (most prevalent in the flowers, then leaves,

Hawthorne Berries appear to work best when taken as a preventative herb, possibly helping reduce the risk of

cardiovascular disease. With its high content of bioflavonoids, Hawthorne Berries best support the heart. Hawthorne

increases the body's ability to utilize oxygen, and the heart's ability to utilize calcium. This herb can actually help

regulate both high and low blood pressure, in addition to slowly breaking down cholesterol and fat deposits in the

body. The bioflavonoids help strengthen the contractive force of the heart, and gently dilate & relax the coronary

blood vessels, improving overall circulation. For this reason, Hawthorne Berries have been used to lower high blood

pressure & high cholesterol, as well as increase low blood pressure.

When used to support weight loss programs, Hawthorne Berries help reduce water retention by expelling excess salt

from the body. This botanical has also been known to reduce nervous tension, alleviate insomnia and aid digestion.

Hawthorne can also be used to strengthen joint lining, collagen and spinal discs.

Pumpkin Seed Extract:

Pumpkin seed extract’s benefits are predominantly on the reproductive and

urinary tract systems of the body. The fatty acid and sterol content of PSE is the purported mechanism of how it is

able to provide some potential relief to BPH (an enlargement of the prostate. Other benefits PSE may have: arthritis

pain relief, cholesterol support, and kidney support

Milk Thistle Extract (standardized 80% Silymarin):

Milk thistle nutritionally supports the liver's ability to maintain normal liver function. It has shown positive effects in treating nearly every known

form of liver disease, including cirrhosis, hepatitis, necroses, and liver damage due to drug and alcohol abuse. Milk

thistle works due to its ability to inhibit the factors responsible for liver damage, coupled with the fact it stimulates

production of new liver cells to replace old damaged ones.

Milk thistle has been proven to protect the liver from damage. The detrimental effects of environmental toxins,

alcohol, drugs and chemotherapy may be countered with this valuable herb. The active chemical component in

the herb is silybin, which functions as an antioxidant and is one of the most potent liver protective agents known.

Clinical trials have proven silybin to be effective in treating chronic liver diseases and in protecting the liver from

toxic chemicals. An injection of silybin is a proven antidote for poisoning with the Deathcap mushroom (Amanita

Silybin is a part of the chemical structure of the flavoligan silymarine. Milk thistle's hepatoprotective effects may

be explained by its function of altering the liver cell membrane structure, blocking the absorption of toxins into the

cells. Hepatoprotection by silymarin can also be attributed to its ability to increase the intracellular concentration

of glutathione, a substance required for detoxicating reactions in liver cells. Milk thistle is also an antioxidant that is

One animal study found that silymarin (an active compound in milk thistle) worked as effectively as the cholesterol-
lowering drug probucol, with the additional benefit of substantially increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol. Further

Saw Palmetto Extract (>45% fatty acid European pharmaceutical grade:

Saw Palmetto is a small, palm-like plant native to North AmericA. Native Americans and early American settlers

used the berries to treat problems associated with the genitals, urinary tract and reproductive system. This herb is

called the "plant catheter" due to its therapeutic effect on the neck of the bladder and the prostate in men. Saw

Palmetto is widely used in Germany, Canada, the United Kingdom and now the U.S. for nutritionally benefiting the

prostate and urinary tract. It has been marketed as an aphrodisiac for both men and women.

The active constituents are volatile oil, steroidal saponin, tannins, and polysaccharides. Saw Palmetto is a tonic, and is

one of the few herbal remedies that are considered to be anabolic - it strengthens and builds body tissues.

For men it treats an enlarged and weakened prostate gland. It has shown significant action in treatment of conditions

associated with benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). Saw palmetto extract works to prevent testosterone from

converting into dihydrotestosterone, the hormone thought to cause prostrate cells to multiply, leading to an enlarged

prostate. It is chiefly used as a diuretic and to tone the bladder by improving urinary flow, and relieving strain.

Regular use of saw palmetto may decrease urinary frequency, especially during the night, by allowing complete

bladder expulsion and reducing inflammation of the bladder and enlarged prostrate.

Saw palmetto inhibits androgen and estrogen receptor activity and may be beneficial for both sexes in balancing the

hormones. Because of it hormonal effects it can aid the thyroid in regulating sexual development and normalizing

Women have used the herb to stimulate breast enlargement and lactation as well as treating ovarian and uterine

irritability. It has been prescribed for reduced or absent sex drive, impotence and frigidity. Because of its potential

hormonal effects, pregnant women should not use it.

The berries have been recommended in treatment of diseases that deprive the body of strength and growth.

Preliminary evidence exists to also suggest saw palmetto may also aid those suffering from thyroid deficiency. Saw

palmetto is a good expectorant for use in clearing chest congestion and can be used to treat coughs, asthma, and

It has also been used to stimulate appetite, improve digestion, nourish the nervous system and increase the

assimilation of nutrients to the body. The berries have long held a reputation as sexual stimulants and aphrodisiacs.

The largest use today is as a supplement for reducing enlarged prostate glands, treating urinary tract problems and

Grape Seed Extract: GSE has human case reports and reports that suggest that GSE may be beneficial to

cardiovascular health (hypertension, blood cholesterol levels), cancer, and inflammation. Other areas that it has been

shown to have benefits on are bones health, liver health, and blood flow.


Nettle Root (10:1 Urtica dioica):

The roots of stinging nettle may be used to relieve the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) -- a non-
cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. The prostate is part of the male reproductive system. The urethra, the

tube that carries urine out of the body, passes through the prostate gland. For most men, BPH is a normal part of

aging. An enlarged prostate may cause men to have trouble starting or maintaining urination, need to urinate more

often, have urine leaks, or need to urinate during the night. Stinging nettle root contains chemicals that may prevent

or delay the growth of prostate cells by interfering with an enzyme. In several studies, nettle root products have shown

general effectiveness for relieving the symptoms of BPH. Frequently, it is included with other herbals such as pygeum

and saw palmetto in "Prostate Formulas". It has also been known to reduce the levels of serum Sex Hormone Binding

Globulin, which binds to testosterone in the blood and renders it inactive.

Nettle root is also being studied for potential anti-inflammatory and blood pressure lowering effects. In studies of

laboratory animals, nettle root extract seemed to reduce artificially-produced inflammation. How it worked is not

known. Results from other laboratory studies may show that nettle root may relax blood vessels and stabilize the force

of heartbeats. Both of these effects may contribute to lowering blood pressure. All these possible effects need further

Celery Seed Extract (Standardized 3nB):

Throughout much of history, celery and celery seed has been used primarily as a homeopathic and medicinal herbs.

Not until relatively recent history has celery been used for culinary purposes. The flavor of celery is somewhat herbal

and astringent, but it has a succulent, crisp texture. Because of its low-calorie count, celery is a favorite diet food

Celery seeds are mainly used in connection with rheumatism, arthritis, and gout. They are especially useful in

rheumatoid arthritis where there is an associated mental depression. Additional benefits of celery seed may include

Lowers Blood Pressure and Cholesterol?- In one study, at the University of Chicago, lab animals who were given a

daily dose of a compound extracted from celery seed experienced a 12 percent reduction in their blood pressure over a

four-week period. The same study indicated it may reduce artery-clogging cholesterol. A traditional Vietnamese

Healthy Joints? - celery has been used and suggested as an alternative therapy for arthritis, rheumatism, and gout.

Celery seed is most often taken to aid in the maintenance of healthy joints. Celery seeds have been found to have anti-
inflammatory properties that reduce swelling and pain around the joints. It is suitable for anyone who wishes to

reduce the degeneration of body joints that commonly occurs with age. Celery seed can also ease joint discomfort that

occurs due to inflammation and is, in fact, used for the relief of symptoms of conditions such as arthritis.

Antiseptic Properties? - Celery seed has an antiseptic property that makes it useful to the health of the urinary tract

and a diuretic property to help relieve fluid retention. Celery seed aids in the elimination of uric acid. These properties

can prove useful in cases of bladder disorders, cystitis, and kidney disorders. Celery seed helps with urinary tract

Acts as A Diuretic? - The herb contains a diuretic substance that also benefits arthritis and gout patients, as it helps to

flush away the uric acid crystals that build up around the joints. Celery helps shed water weight.

Anxiety?- Celery seed can help soothe the nerves and relieve pain.

Aids Digestion? - Consuming celery seed in food also aids in the digestion of protein.

Cancer Agents? - Contains eight different families of anti-cancer compounds, such as phthalides and polyacetylenes,

that detoxify carcinogens, present in high concentrations in cigarette smoke.


6 CoQ10:

CoQ10 is a molecule produced in the body. It aids mitochondria during energy production, and is vital for

survival. Several diseases are associated with low levels of Coq10. It can also enhance blood flow and protect blood

vessels, via nitric oxide preservation, most likely due to its ability to reduce pro-oxidative biomarkers in the body.

Rosenfeldt F, et al. Coenzyme Q10 therapy before cardiac surgery improves mitochondrial function

and in vitro contractility of myocardial tissue. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. (2005)

Molyneux SL, et al. Coenzyme Q10: an independent predictor of mortality in chronic heart failure. J

Hamilton SJ, Chew GT, Watts GF. Coenzyme Q10 improves endothelial dysfunction in statin-treated

type 2 diabetic patients. Diabetes Care. (2009)

Belardinelli R, et al. Coenzyme Q10 and exercise training in chronic heart failure. Eur Heart J. (2006)

Sourris KC, et al. Ubiquinone (coenzyme Q10) prevents renal mitochondrial dysfunction in an experimental model of

type 2 diabetes. Free Radic Biol Med. (2012)

Kasperczyk S, et al. The administration of N-acetylcysteine reduces oxidative stress and regulates

glutathione metabolism in the blood cells of workers exposed to lead. Clin Toxicol (Phila). (2013)

Farr SA, et al. The antioxidants alpha-lipoic acid and N-acetylcysteine reverse memory impairment

and brain oxidative stress in aged SAMP8 mice. J Neurochem. (2003)

Lin Y, Vermeer MA, Trautwein EA. Triterpenic Acids Present in Hawthorn Lower Plasma Cholesterol by Inhibiting

Intestinal ACAT Activity in Hamsters. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. (2011)

Tao W, et al. Regulation effects on abnormal glucose and lipid metabolism of TZQ-F, a new kind

of Traditional Chinese Medicine. J Ethnopharmacol. (2010)

Coulson S, et al. A phase II randomised double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial investigating

the efficacy and safety ofProstateEZE Max: a herbal medicine preparation for the management

of symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy. Complement Ther Med. (2013)

Abenavoli L, et al. Milk thistle in liver diseases: past, present, future. Phytother Res. (2010)

Abenavoli L, et al. Complementary therapies for treating alcoholism First Annual meeting by

Complementary Medicine Research Group of the Italian Society for Alcohol Studies-May 5,

2006, Florence, Italy. Fitoterapia. (2008)

Pradhan SC, Girish C. Hepatoprotective herbal drug, silymarin from experimental pharmacology to clinical

Abe M, et al. Pharmacologically relevant receptor binding characteristics and 5alpha-reductase

inhibitory activity of free Fatty acids contained in saw palmetto extract. Biol Pharm Bull. (2009)

Lepor H, et al. The efficacy of terazosin, finasteride, or both in benign prostatic hyperplasia.

Veterans Affairs Cooperative Studies Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Study Group. N Engl J Med.

Belviranlı M, et al. Effects of Grape Seed Polyphenols on Oxidative Damage in Liver Tissue of

Acutely and Chronically Exercised Rats. Phytother Res. (2012)

Belviranlı M, et al. Effects of grape seed extract supplementation on exercise-induced oxidative

Nahata A, Dixit VK. Ameliorative effects of stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) on testosterone-induced

prostatic hyperplasia in rats. Andrologia. (2012)

Schöttner M, Gansser D, Spiteller G. Lignans from the roots of Urtica dioica and their metabolites bind to human sex

hormone binding globulin (SHBG). Planta Med. (1997)

Safarinejad MR. Urtica dioica for treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia: a prospective, randomized, double-blind,

placebo-controlled, crossover study. J Herb Pharmacother. (2005)

Banerjee S, Ghoshal S, Porter TD. Activation of AMP-kinase

by policosanol requires peroxisomal metabolism. Lipids. (2011)

Singh DK, Li L, Porter TD. Policosanol inhibits cholesterol synthesis in hepatoma cells by activation of AMP-kinase. J

Annals of Internal Medicine 2009 Jun 16;150(12):830-9, W147-9.

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