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  • Hoy el 60% de la aportación energética viene de alimentos ricos en calorías y pobres en vitaminas y minerales. . .
  • La evolución de los modos de vida: la reducción del tiempo que se pasa cocinando las comidas desestructuradas, tomadas fuera de casa el picar entre comidas en constante aumento los platos delante de la tele la distribución casi exclusiva de la alimentación por los grandes almacenes
  • El uso de la tecnología de la Suspensión en Gel permite usar dosis más pequeñas de nutrientes, ya que se puede obtener una mayor absorción. La matriz soluble en agua, flexible y comestible evita la dificultad de tragar, fenómeno común en niños y en la población mayor.
  • C:\Fakepath\Products By Dr William Amzallag

    1. 1. San Francisco February 11/14 2010
    2. 2. Training for Go Diamond Team Members <ul><li>Key words, scientific evidences </li></ul><ul><li>Presentation to a third party </li></ul><ul><li>Using the products </li></ul>
    3. 3. International Sponsorship
    4. 4. Smart Choices for Smart Nutrition
    5. 5. 3 parts
    6. 6. The concept behind
    7. 7. We are in the Health Business! We are NOT in the disease business!!
    9. 10. Improving treatments save million of lives
    10. 11. 1 2 5 7 4 6 3 Japan 82,6 Hong Kong 82,2 Spain 80,9 Australia 81,2 Switzerland 81,7 Iceland 81,8 Sweden 80,9 Israel 80,7 8
    11. 12. 10 11 14 16 13 15 12 France 80,7 Canada 80,7 Singapore 80,0 Norway 80,2 New Zealand 80,2 Italy 80,5 Austria 79,8 The Netherland 79,8 17
    12. 13. 20 22 38 48 36 39 29 Belgium 79,4 UK 79,4 Portugal 78,1 USA 78,2 Denmark 78,3 Ireland 78,9 Mexico 76,2 Vietnam 74,2 65
    13. 14. 81 92 137 178 111 139 98 Lithuania 73,0 Brazil 72,4 India 64,7 Russia 65,5 Thailand 70,6 Turkey 71,8 South Africa 49,3 Nigeria 46,9 182
    14. 15. What to do with those extra years?
    15. 16. Better Life, Optimal Life People want to live longer ; to perform longer , to move longer , to love longer , to work longer
    16. 17. Key word: Optimal!
    17. 18. Optimal Performances
    18. 19. Health promotion is the science and art of helping people change their lifestyle to move toward a state of optimal health. source. American Journal of Health Promotion, 1989,3,3,5 Optimal health is defined as a balance of physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual health. Health Promotion Source: The Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion First International Conference on Health Promotion, Ottawa, 21 November 1986
    19. 20. Agel is promoting a healthy lifestyle and proper nutrition
    20. 21. Why food supplements ?
    21. 22. Because food does not always equal Nutrition!!
    22. 23. Today 60% of our energy supply come from rich calorie foods but low in Vitamins and Minerals...
    23. 24. We become carbohydrate addicts!!!!
    24. 25. Globesity
    25. 26. Refined sugars eliminate many Vitamins and Minerals Preprocess food contains few vitamins
    26. 27. Refined flours eliminate fiber rich bran Harvesting prematurely Pesticides and Herbicides
    27. 28. Yes ,we need food supplements But which one?
    28. 29. Agel: Globally unique
    29. 30. The Ipod of Nutrition Agel: Innovation
    30. 31. The right absorption The right ingredients The concept behind The right actions 3 targets
    31. 32. The right absorption Bioavailability Not every nutrient you swallow is absorbed by your body! Bioavailability means “the proportion of a nutrient or bioactive ingredient that was absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract”
    32. 33. The right absorption Bioavailability The ingredients on a label are in no way an indication of how much go into your bloodstream for use in your body!
    33. 34. Bioavailability of food supplements Nutrients entered the body via foods
    34. 35. Absorption of Nutrients While the actual length of the intestinal wall is about 4-5 meters the intestinal surface is folded into millions of absorptive units called “ villi”, increasing the total absorptive area of the small intestine to about 250 m²(size of a tennis court)
    35. 36. The vessels are separated from the intestinal lumen by a barrier known as the “mucosal barrier”: the purpose of this barrier is to selectively admit specific micro molecules , while inhibiting absorption of macro molecules. Absorption of Nutrients
    36. 37. This barrier possesses a slight negative charge , a property that either attracts or repels molecules with polar properties making them more or less bioavailable Absorption of Nutrients
    37. 38. Absorption occurs by one of three methods : - passive diffusion -active transport -facilitated active transport Absorption of Nutrients
    38. 39. Passive diffusion: Is simply the passage of molecules across the mucosal barrier until the concentration of the molecules reach osmotic balance on both sides of the membrane. This is the primary method used by water, small ions and glucose. Absorption of Nutrients
    39. 40. Active transport: The molecule is actively pumped across the mucosa. Absorption of Nutrients
    40. 41. . Facilitated active transport: A carrier, generally a protein, is required to convey the nutrients across the membrane for absorption. Carriers are required by many nutrients including minerals, peptides and lipids Absorption of Nutrients
    41. 42. Innovation Gel suspension Technology
    42. 43. Gel suspension Technology Technology which provides mechanisms that increases the bioavailability of active ingredients.
    43. 44. Gel-Matrix Technology™ <ul><li>A combination of 2 soluble fibers: </li></ul><ul><li>Guar Gum </li></ul><ul><li>Xanthan Gum </li></ul>
    44. 45. How it works? The Guar Gum and the Xanthan Gum enhance nutrient availability by improving the environment in the gastrointestinal tract.
    45. 46. Guar Gum Also called “Guaran” is a Galactomannan. The hydrolyzed Guar Gum is included because of its ability 1/ to increase mineral absorption 2/ to maintain healthy villi functions 3/ To improve enzyme activity. 4/ To improve bowel function and fecal composition.
    46. 47. Xanthan Gum Xanthan Gum is best used for stabilizing and binding our gel nutritionals: Xanthan polysaccharides have the same strong water-binding capacities as Guar polysaccharides by its water attracting hydroxyl (-OH)groups. These hydroxyl groups are like “water-magnets” pulling in water from their surrounding These two water grabbing polysaccharides are the basis for creating hydrated micro-environments for nutritional ingredients
    47. 48. <ul><li>Gel create a large number of hydrated housing spaces for nutritional ingredients. </li></ul><ul><li>Nutritional vitamins, minerals and botanical ingredients become “housed” within the gel matrix and remain in a fully hydrated state.. </li></ul>Gel suspension Technology
    48. 49. After sufficient blending, the entire gel mixture contains “consistent” quantities of all ingredients . Therefore every gel packet is identical in nutritional quantities. In addition every sip from a gel packet contains the same quantities of active ingredients :”No shaking” “No mixing” are required!! .
    49. 50. The right absorption The right ingredients The concept behind The right actions 3 targets
    50. 52. Gelceuticals Nutritionals The concept behind Wellness 3 Product categories
    51. 55. Joint Flexibility Leading an active life requires that you can freely move without pain. In general ,from the age of 2 until about 40 years old ,we experience few limitations in our ability to work ;enjoy recreation, participate in sports, and climb stairs.
    52. 56. Joint Flexibility However ,as we age beyond 40,we may experience physical limitations; some are temporary; but some are chronic condition as arthritis
    53. 57. Joint Flexibility The body contains many joints that allow the body to move. Joint movement is dependent on muscle attachments, joint cartilage and synovial fluid
    54. 58. Joint Flexibility Synovial fluid is secreted by the joint: all moving machinery requires lubrication at the moving joint
    55. 59. Joint Flexibility Loss of cartilage leads to increased friction: increased inflammation, increased pain; reduced flexibility and finally to fusion of the two bones
    56. 60. Joint Flexibility . Arthritis cause chronic pain and immobility to almost 350 millions individuals worldwide .Arthritis limits the flexibility of the joints ,cause pain and limit mobility
    57. 61. Joint Flexibility The human body cannot work properly function without flexible joints to cushion the body in action and to articulate movements Therefore, the ideal solution to joint flexibility lies in the need to nourish and preserve the joint cartilage and synovial fluid of all joints
    58. 62. FLX This is why Agel created FLX
    59. 65. <ul><li>Ideal for athletes who load or damage their joints. </li></ul><ul><li>May reduce joint pain and extend an athletes effective “sports lifetime”. </li></ul>
    60. 66. <ul><li>Cardio Vascular </li></ul><ul><li>Protection </li></ul>
    61. 67. <ul><li>Helps to maintain healthy levels of cholesterol </li></ul><ul><li>Gives your heart energy </li></ul><ul><li>Helps to reduce damage to the heart </li></ul><ul><li>Supplements a heart-healthy life </li></ul>What can HRT do for you?
    62. 68. <ul><li>Oyster Mushroom powder </li></ul><ul><li>Taurine </li></ul><ul><li>L Carnitine </li></ul><ul><li>Coenzyme Q10 </li></ul><ul><li>Policosanol </li></ul><ul><li>Folic Acid </li></ul><ul><li>Selenium (Selenomethionine ) </li></ul>
    63. 69. Oyster Mushroom Powder <ul><li>Assists in maintaining existing normal cholesterol levels </li></ul>
    64. 70. Taurine <ul><li>Taurine acts as an antioxidant that can help to maintain heart health. </li></ul><ul><li>Taurine’s effect is especially important when the heart is under exercise stress </li></ul>
    65. 71. L- Carnitine <ul><li>L- Carnitine helps increase myocardial energy production. </li></ul><ul><li>The myocardium is the muscular tissue of the heart. </li></ul>
    66. 72. Coenzyme Q-10 <ul><li>Co Q10 increases cellular energy production and reduces oxidation. </li></ul><ul><li>Co Q10 is involved in electron transfer at the most fundamental level of cellular metabolism. </li></ul>
    67. 73. Policosanol <ul><li>Policosanol helps maintain already healthy cholesterol levels and decreases platelet aggregation. </li></ul>
    68. 74. <ul><li>Folic acid maintains healthy homocysteine levels. </li></ul><ul><li>Proper homocysteine help maintain the three main structural components of the artery; collagen, elastin and proteoglycan </li></ul>Folic Acid
    69. 75. <ul><li>Selenium is a heart specific antioxidant. </li></ul><ul><li>Selenium is incorporated into proteins to make selenoproteins, which are important antioxidant enzymes. </li></ul>Selenium
    70. 76. <ul><li>Ideal for athletes who place their CV systems under exercise stress . </li></ul>
    71. 77. Nutritionals Nutritionals
    72. 78. EXO tic Antioxidant
    73. 79. Oxidation is a process where oxygen chemically degrades biochemicals within our body Antioxidants fight against (anti) oxidation (Oxygene ) Oxidation= Oxygen
    74. 80. Oxidation Each time than energy is required (in fact permanently) a chemical reaction is produced in the mitochondria of the cell ,creating Energy AND free radicals : this phenomenon is called “oxidative stress”
    75. 81. An atom which lose one electron become a free radical Cardio vascular diseases and aging are both caused in part by damages created by exposure to oxygen radicals Free Radicals
    76. 82. Free Radicals are natural to biological life But free radical from foreign sources create a degenerative abundance
    77. 83. Foreign sources Cigarette smoke, Smog, exposure to pesticides, herbicides and petroleum ;inhalation of volatiles chemicals, stress…….
    78. 84. Body Antioxidants 2 kind of Antioxidants Enzymatic Antioxidants Dietary Antioxidants
    79. 85. Enzymatic Antioxidants
    80. 86. Dietary antioxidants Exotic fruits have a high concentration of antioxidants :The highest concentration are colorful; flashy fruits( Catechins, polyphenols ,anthocyanins)
    81. 87. EXO stands for Exotic Antioxidant which means antioxidants extracted from fruits, berries and botanicals grown in “exotic” areas
    82. 88. Black Grape Acerola Cranberries Aronia Prune Blueberries Pomegranate Rooibos Elderberries Black berries Mangosteen Sea buckthorn Acai Gac Aloa Vera Noni Wolfberries . Puree . Juice . Juice from concentrate
    83. 89. Antioxidants O.R.A.C. assay O xygene R adical A bsorbance C apacity
    84. 91. . Best ORAC value among 8 competitors
    85. 92. Nutritionists and government health agencies are beginning to envision the importance of antioxidants consumption for cardio vascular health and aging health Cardiovascular and Aging
    86. 93. Oxidation Antioxidants Aging
    87. 94. Oxidation Antioxidants Cardio Vascular
    88. 95. Benefits Arterial Pressure Vision Arteries Veins Heart Skin Brain
    89. 96. <ul><li>Antioxidants are important for athletes because they subject their bodies to additional oxidative stress through training </li></ul><ul><li>EXO should be used daily to maintain adequate cellular antioxidant levels </li></ul><ul><li>EXO is ideal for pre or post training or competition to boost antioxidant stores </li></ul>
    90. 97. Testimonies
    91. 98. 2 EXO/Day
    92. 99. 3 EXO/Day
    93. 101. 2 EXO/Day
    94. 102. 3 EXO/Day
    95. 103. Sta MIN a Vita MIN coenzymes MIN eral cofactors
    96. 104. Vit A Vit C Vit D Vit E Vit B1 Vit B2 Vit B5 Vit B6 Vit B8 Vit B9 Vit B12 12 VITAMINS
    97. 105. Calcium Phosphorus Iodine Magnesium Selenium Cooper Manganese Chromium Molybdenum Zinc 10 MINERALS
    98. 106. Cofactors are molecules which allow enzymes to create metabolic reactions in order that other nutrients can make themselves available for utilization by the body. SYNERGY IN NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS GROWS IN PROPORTION TO THE NUMBER OF INGREDIENTS!
    99. 107. <ul><li>Every biochemical reaction requires energy to get it started .The process of energizing a biochemical reaction is called “energy of activation”’ </li></ul><ul><li>Multivitamin and mineral supplementation facilitate this energy of activation </li></ul>
    100. 108. <ul><li>Vitamins coenzymes and mineral cofactors create biological efficiency </li></ul><ul><li>Biological efficiency is the heart of Physical endurance </li></ul>
    101. 109. Vita MIN s and MIN erals build physical Resistance And Endurance
    102. 110. <ul><li>Daily intake of vitamins and minerals are essential for athletes as they cannot be stored and are consumed at a higher rate in active bodies. </li></ul>
    103. 111. Formulated to help you get the right amount of Calcium.
    104. 112. CAL as Calcium 3 forms of Calcium that are more easily absorbed by the body than other sources, Calcium Citrate MCHA Calcium Aspartate
    105. 113. Vitamin C Calcium Citrate ,MCHA; Calcium Aspartate Vitamin D3 Vitamin K2 Ipriflavone Horsetail Extract Phosphorus Magnesium Zinc Cooper Manganese Boron Vanadium
    106. 114. 1/Calcium Citrate Can be taken on an empty stomach. 2/MCHA MCHA (Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite ) is derived from bovine and fosters both better absorption and actual reductions in radial bone loss than any other form of calcium.   3/ Calcium Aspartate Calcium Aspartate extends the Calcium absorption from the duodenum to the entire length of the small intestine and therefore achieves the absorption rate much superior to those of other Calcium products.
    107. 115. Vit D3 Vit D3 and Vit K2 improve Calcium absorption Vit K2
    108. 116. Ipriflavone Vit D3 and Ipriflavone work synergistically to improve bone density
    109. 117. Osteoporosis Vitamin C Calcium Ipriflavone Vitamin D3 Vitamin K2
    110. 119. Nutrients inside . Radiant health outside
    111. 120. Agel GLO hydrates, protects and enhances your appearance naturally. With proper nutrients you can improve your health, which improves the way you look.
    112. 121. Grape Seed Oil, Green Tea Oil, Aloe Vera Extract, Horsetail Extract, Green Tea Extract, Lecithin, Tocotrienol, Trace Minerals, Coenzyme Q10, Oat Concentrate, Lutein, Turmeric Extract
    113. 122. Hydrating your body is key to looking good and feeling good. When combined, Green Tea Seed Oil, Grape Seed Oil and Aloe Vera help your cells absorb water
    114. 123. Protecting yourself from environmental pollutants and the long term effects of the sun GLO accomplishes this by combining Green Tea Extract with Turmeric and Oats
    115. 124. Enhancing the Collagen fibers in our bodies can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, giving you a more youthful appearance. By combining Acerola Cherry extract, Horsetail extract and Coenzyme Q-10 you can properly support your collagen fibers.
    116. 125. Results
    117. 126. Wellness Wellness
    118. 127. Weight Management
    119. 128. <ul><li>How to manage weight? </li></ul><ul><li>Welcome to the world of confusion!! </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Everyone seems to have “the magic bullet” for weight loss </li></ul></ul></ul></ul>Eat better! Don’t eat fat ! Eat less bread ! Don’t eat sugar!
    120. 129. Weight Management
    121. 130. 1/ Diet
    122. 131. Sedentary Lifestyle
    123. 133. 2/ Physical Activity
    124. 134. 3/ Behaviour management Changing food habits and managing emotions
    125. 135. 4/ Education   When we understand we heal better
    126. 136. Super Citrimax : 60%(-) Hydroxycitric Acid from Garcinia Cambogia fruit Hoodia Gordonii extract
    127. 137. <ul><li>Decrease appetite and condition us to a sense of fullness attained with less food and fewer calories </li></ul><ul><li>Override our propensity to finish the entire portion served </li></ul><ul><li>Feel like getting more activity and exercise </li></ul><ul><li>Increase fat burning activity </li></ul><ul><li>3 times more effective than diet and exercise alone </li></ul>FIT: Benefits
    128. 138. <ul><li>Optimal timing with Gel Pack convenience (30-60 minutes before meals) </li></ul><ul><li>FIT your lifestyle! </li></ul>
    129. 139. Energy and Focus!
    130. 140. KEY WORDS:ENERGY - Ability to be enthusiastically engaged throughout your daily spectrum of activities. -Energy is derived from the food you eat. -Creating energy from the food you eat is the responsibility of a complex network of thousand of interdependent biochemical reactions within the body
    131. 141. Extra Energy <ul><li>OHM is a blend of micronutrients and herbs that boost energy conversion </li></ul><ul><li>OHM does not rely upon stimulants like caffeine - it is a B-vitamin based formula that acts as a coenzyme to facilitate the body’s own metabolic processes required to convert carbohydrates into energy. </li></ul><ul><li>OHM is ideal for pre-competition or a “half-time” boost. </li></ul><ul><li>. </li></ul>
    132. 142. Energy
    133. 143. KEY WORDS:FOCUS - Capacity to prioritize activities, concentrate your energies and creatively innovate. -Focus is generally considered as a state of mind: focus flow from the brain to the body - Focus is achieved through normal biochemical processes and proper nourishment
    134. 144. Focus
    135. 145. Ohm Features 1/ Support muscular strength 2/ Generate energy for endurance 3/ Efficiently convert your food to energy 4/ Help you feel awake and attentive 5/ Build up your energy levels 6/ Enhance your potential to create and innovate 7/ Support mental concentration and determination
    136. 146. Ultimate Molecular Immunity Immune Booster
    137. 147. The immune system organizes all repair and restoration functions. The immune system is made up of circulating cells and cells embedded in tissues. .
    138. 148. The function of all of these cells must be closely coordinated.
    139. 149. Small local failures lead to uncontrolled cellular activity (inflammation, tumors, lesions)
    140. 150. <ul><li>Large systemic failures lead to major diseases: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>- Chronic Fatigue, Cancer, Infection. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Auto-immune disease e.g. Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, MS </li></ul></ul>
    141. 151. Humans communicate by voice Plants communicate by chemicals Inter Cellular Communication
    142. 152. <ul><li>Cells communicate by Glycoprotein(polysaccharides) </li></ul><ul><li>Target cells are receptors which will recognize the message and will respond by modifying their function </li></ul>An immunomodulator can be used to normalize immune function
    143. 153. Brown seaweed Fucoidan encoded polysaccharides <ul><li>Fucoidan from the brown seaweed is the ideal natural product to modulate the immune system. </li></ul><ul><li>- Fucoidan has specific encoded bimolecular interactions within the body that result in enhanced health and longevity. - </li></ul>
    144. 154. <ul><li>Fucoidans are long chains of “essential sugars”. </li></ul><ul><li>Essential, like vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fats. </li></ul><ul><li>Sugars, but not sweet. </li></ul><ul><li>Essential sugars are required for optimal immune function. </li></ul>
    145. 155. UMI Benefits Cell Regeneration Circulatory Support Healthy Cholesterol Levels Healthy Joints Elimination of Harmful Cells Strong Immune System Improved GI Health Powerful Antioxidant Kidney Health
    146. 156. Immune Booster <ul><li>Fucoidan offers athletes protection against overtraining-induced immune suppression . </li></ul>
    147. 159. PRO - Serious Protein A balanced protein/ carb/ triglyceride gel to use as a “smart snack,” enhanced with B vitamins. <ul><li>Balanced high protein/ carbohydrate/ triglyceride formulation is the perfect snack. </li></ul><ul><li>90 total calories. </li></ul><ul><li>May be used pre-training or competition as a fuel load. </li></ul><ul><li>May be used during post exercise to replenish macro-nutrient stores. </li></ul>
    148. 160. The right absorption The right ingredients The concept behind The right actions 3 targets
    149. 161. 3 / Fit The needs of everybody
    150. 162. 3/ Fit The needs The 7 worldwide epidemics
    151. 163. 1/ Cancers
    152. 164. 2/ Arthritis
    153. 165. 3/Cardio vascular and diabetes
    154. 166. 4/ Age related diseases
    155. 167. 5/ Stress epidemic
    156. 168. 6/ Sedentary lifestyle
    157. 169. 7/ Obesity
    158. 170. Agel Fit The needs Anti Aging Cardio Vascular
    159. 171. Agel Fit The needs Resistance Stamina Energy Endurance Stress
    160. 172. Agel Fit The needs Weight loss Muscle repair
    161. 173. Agel Fit The needs Immunity boost Joint flexibility
    162. 174. Agel Fit The needs
    163. 175. 3 parts
    164. 176. Agel ess The beauty behind
    165. 177. Agel ess
    166. 178. Agel ess
    167. 179. Nutrients inside . Radiant health outside Agel ess Why Agel ess ? ? For protection against aggressive environnement For fighting against aging For preventing from skin problems For feeling good
    168. 180. EXO tic Antioxidant Gel suspension Technology
    169. 181. Agel ess
    170. 182. Agel ess
    171. 183. The Ageless Daily Cleansing Gel removes makeup and eliminates dead skin cells, environmental particles, and excess oil. Use it morning and night for soft, clean, and supple skin. To use: Apply a small amount and gently cleanse face and neck with circular motions,avoiding the eye area. Rinse with water and follow with misting gel.
    172. 184. Agel ess
    173. 185. Tone and balance your skin with this light,hydrating mist. The Ageless Anti-oxidant Misting Gel removes all traces of cleanser and impurities. Use it morning and night to complete your cleansing process and restore your skin’s moisture. To use: Mist onto cleansed face and neck. Allow two minutes for ample hydration prior to using the serum, and follow with the day or night moisturizer.
    174. 186. Agel ess
    175. 187. Enhance cell renewal while you sleep with this ultra-rich night-time gel. The Ageless Nourishing Night Gel rebuilds collagen and renews your skin’s surface. Use it nightly to restore your skin’s elasticity—and wake up in the morning with healthy, younger-looking skin. To use: Apply to face and neck, avoiding eye area. Use wide sweeping motions, concentrating on fine lines and wrinkles. Use nightly.
    176. 188. Agel ess
    177. 189. Exfoliate and purify your skin with this gentle and effective scrub. The Ageless Gel Scrub removes dead skin cells, allowing your skin to breathe easier. Use it four to five times per week for a smooth and radiant complexion. To use: Apply a small amount to palm. Gently massage into face and neck in a circular motion, avoiding eye area. Rinse with lukewarm water. Gentle enough to use four to five times per week.
    178. 190. Agel ess
    179. 191. Give your skin a younger, healthy glow with this vitamin-packed anti-oxidant serum. The Ageless Anti-aging Gel Serum restores your complexion from within, minimizing fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Use this miracle product morning and night to visibly reduce the effects of aging. To use: Apply two to three pumps daily to face and neck, avoiding eye area. Use on cleansed skin after toning with misting gel.
    180. 192. Agel ess
    181. 193. Brighten the skin around your eyes with this specially formulated eye gel. The Ageless Age-defying Eye Gel smoothes fine lines and wrinkles, promoting elastin and collagen in the eye contour area. Use it morning and night to reduce signs of tiredness and aging. To use: Gently apply by tapping around eye area with your fourth finger (avoid the lid), until fully absorbed.
    182. 194. Agel ess
    183. 195. Day Gel protects skin from ageing darkening and damaging effects of pollution. During the day, the skin is exposed to a multitude of stresses (UV, pollution, wind, lack of sleep, poor diet, and stress) which affect cellular activity and causes the skin to age. • How to use it : Apply one to two to three pumps over face and neck, avoiding eye area. Use daily.
    184. 196. My name is William Amzallag and I am….
    185. 197. Thanks for Dr. William Amzallag February 2010 Contact: David & Heather Sinbela [email_address] 954-336-8058