Mr.ph.spec. Radmila Rađenović
“As a pharmacoinformatics specialist with a degree in pharmacy, I keep up with the trends and latest research in both medicine and health in general. In addition to proper nutrition and regular exercise, we need to provide our body with quality supplements. Besides vitamins and minerals, recent years have seen an upward trend centered around hyaluronic acid. I’s like to share what I know about this fountain of youth with you.”
“First of all, I have to point out that every cell in the human body has the ability to produce hyaluronic acid. The synthesis of hyaluronic acid that the body itself produces slows down after the age of 25. This development can be stimulated also by the body’s reduced ability to cope with free oxygen radicals that contribute to gene and tissue damage in the body, as well as with many other factors.”
“Each of these aspects contributes to the process, which is inevitable for all of us and which in its physical manifestation we recognize as aging. While we are a relatively young and healthy, we don’t think much of aging, we ignore “minor” issues that accumulate over decades, all up to the moment when we pass the point of no return and there’s no reversing. A long time ago I became aware that hyaluronic acid is a molecule that stands out as something that must be supplied to the body.”
The effects of hyaluronic acid in the human body:
Most of hyaluronic acid that is taken orally ends up in the skin and joints.