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Nutritionist shares the 10 most powerful ingredients in the fight against ageing

13 Oct 2020
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Australian nutritionist and health author Jessica Sepel has nominated the 10 most powerful ingredients in alleviating symptoms of ageing.

Ms Sepel said that as the symptoms of ageing go further than skin deep, it’s really important to support vitality from the inside out.

“As a woman in my 30s I am beginning to experience the onset of the symptoms of ageing when it comes to skin health, hair and nail growth, as well as the slowing of my digestive system and a decline in energy levels,” Ms Sepel said.

“There are so many products and creams that claim to reverse ageing from the outside, whether it be reducing wrinkles or shrinking pores. However, some of the most disruptive impacts of ageing are to do with what’s going on inside your body.

“A balanced diet and continuing to do forms of exercise you enjoy are the most important tools against ageing. However, there is research showing the efficacy of certain nutrients and ingredients when consumed at therapeutic doses in supporting the maturing body.

“I have included my pick of the top 10 of these super ingredients in my Vitality X + Collagen formula and included the list below, so you can make them part of your daily health routine as well.”

It includes Turmeric, which is well recognised for its anti-inflammatory benefits, to help relieve pain.


A potent antioxidant flavonoid found in many fruits and veggies! It protects against tissue injury, skin structure and oxidative damage and has been found to support the immune system.


Important for collagen production, improves skin strength and elasticity as well as nail and hair growth.

Marine-sourced collagen 

The most sustainably sources and bioavailable collagen you will find! Reduces wrinkle formation, increases skin elasticity and moisture.

Aloe Vera 

Has digestive properties and is used in the treatment of gastrointestinal conditions.


Supports skin integrity, structure, firmness and overall skin health.


A powerful anti-inflammatory spice that helps to support digestive discomfort and relieves symptoms of gas and indigestion.

Vitamin C

An antioxidant that supports wound healing, bone health and supports the production of neurotransmitters.

Siberian Ginseng

Traditionally used as an adaptogen and has a positive effect on increasing energy and reducing fatigue.

Vitamin E

An antioxidant which helps reduce free radical damage to the cells in our body.


An abundant amino acid that supports gastrointestinal health.


An amino acid that can enhance the quality of sleep and other neurological functions.

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