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Anti-Aging Supplement Stacks Guide
Generally, compounds or supplements that promote lifespan and promote a youthful phenotype are both referred to as 'anti-aging' supplements.
The known anti-aging supplements under the category Youthful phenotype supplements are those that 'add life to your years', and they are plenty. The list/stack of supplements below shows the most promising, commonly used, and well-researched supplements for anti-aging.
Resveratrol does not appear to actually extend life, although it may extend the median survival time of research animals by reducing the onset of cardiac death. Preserves a youthful phenotype in regards to circulatory health, and at low doses can promote blood flow and possibly benefit insulin resistance. Higher doses may improve cerebral blood flow and possibly cognition, although the latter claim is not fully studied.
Acetyl-L-Carnitine, appears to be elevated to vitamin-like status when in deficiency states. One of the deficiency states appears to be aging, where the normally defunct claims of 'burning fat and building muscle' may actually be relevant, unlike youth where it is ineffective.
L-Carnitine, GPLC, and LCLT are all acceptable; commonly used with Alpha-Lipoic Acid.
2000 IU Vitamin D appears to be the lower end of what is recommended or otherwise seen to improve median lifespan secondary to reduced mortality. This is most likely related to reducing falls in the eldery, but is still a form of 'life extension' and one of the only ones in this list shown to be related to improved functionality in the elderly.
Commonly used with Acetyl-L-Carnitine, ALA is a fatty acid which serves as a anti/pro oxidant and may help regulate oxidative stress. Also linked to acting similar to leptin, suppressing appetite and stimulating glucose uptake into fat and muscle tissue.
Claimed to increase lifespan, with mixed results in mice. ALA seems to be capable of adding life to years, however, especially secondary to weight loss that may come from ALA (appetite suppression, at least in animals).
For the creation of this content, I have used Examine.com as a main source of data-driven information.