The Science of STAY

The Science of STAY
September 11, 2017 by Modern Pets

We may not be able to change our lifespan, but science has made a lot of progress in changing “healthspan”, how long we, and our pets, can keep living an active life. Aging starts when growing stops, and it can be slowed down. The STAY product puts all this progress in a single scoop of powder to be mixed with the evening meal.  What is aging anyway?

Energy. Teenagers have more energy than seniors and that is a fact.  The main reason?  It is the steady decline in the quantity and quality of mitochondria.  These are little living batteries in cells that turn the oxygen we breathe into energy for the cell to use.  Fewer and less capable mitochondria mean that, even if we are otherwise healthy, our cells cannot make the energy we normally need.  As a result, we slow down.  It is especially a problem for muscle cells (this means the heart muscle too) and nerve cells (this means your brain too).  One obvious observation is “sarcopenia” which is the fancy word for loss of skeletal muscle mass with age.  Another result is weakness in thinking, more politely referred to as “cognitive decline”.

The good news is that the chemical systems working within mitochondria are some of the most studied and understood biochemical processes we know.  STAY provides all the nutritional interventions, in the correct amounts, that have been shown to improve mitochondrial health.  If your dog has some age-related decline already the change in vitality should be obvious within 30 days of use.  These benefits will be multiplied by adding healthy doses of daily exercise to continue building muscle tissue.

Regulating free radicals. The overproduction of highly reactive oxygen molecules, free radicals, is another contributor to aging. These charged molecules damage cells. The many kinds of antioxidants in STAY naturally absorb these charges and stop the damage.  The key is the wide variety of antioxidants: they stop damage in different parts of the cell at different times.  Also key: use the right amount of each antioxidant, don’t skimp.

Reducing inflammation. Inflammation happens when the immune system goes to work to repel invading cells like bacteria or viruses. Like war, it may be necessary, but it can be damaging to the host. STAY reduces inflammatory processes, especially chronic (always on) ones.

Providing joint support.  Many STAY ingredients support joint integrity in indirect ways (muscles keep joints well aligned) but there are 3 ingredients specifically meant for joint and cartilage support. They have very good science behind them.

STAY ingredients work together.  STAY has vitamins, minerals, herbs and special ingredients to support mitochondria and joints.  The nutrients in STAY work together to support many biochemical pathways that in turn support each other.  With STAY, there are always enough of the necessary building blocks around to make vital repair and energy production systems work at full speed. 

STAY turbocharges sleep.  Key biochemical pathways come alive when you, or your dog, sleeps.  STAY turbocharges the repair that happens during sleep while slowing aging related processes. Mix STAY with the evening meal and give them the best sleep they can possibly get.

We like to say, “STAY is the best thing you can do for your dog!”.

But we can’t take credit for the science.  It comes from years of detailed lab work.

We just put the ingredients together!

Find out more about STAY with scientific papers, the ingredients list and the experiences of STAY users.  Visit us at www.stayagedelay.com.

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