Stay Young, Lean and Strong: What Exactly Works?

When you’re a workout newbie, your body experiences stress more easily than an intermediate or advanced exerciser. 

Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is muscle pain that begins after you’ve worked out. It normally starts a day or two after a workout.

Here’s a hack. LifeWave’s latest technology of activating AHK-Cu using a patch called X49 will amaze you how it reduces muscle soreness and promote recovery from exercise.

But what if it’s more than recovery from exercise? Here’s what independent studies showed — AHK-Cu peptide helps reverse the signs of aging by triggering the growth and development of new fibroblasts. Once there are enough fibroblasts in the skin, the skin elastin, and collagen increase. Research suggests that AHK-Cu stimulates the production of Type 1 collagen by 300%.

Oh yes! Who doesn’t love collagen increase? AHK-Cu peptide improves blood supply to the skin by triggering VEGF release. An adequate blood supply to the skin results in healthy, supple, and younger-looking skin.

Now, I’m more than excited — I need that AHK-Cu right away. Can’t wait, because copper peptides are among the most talked about beauty trends right now.

Worry no more, meet your new active lifestyle ally. Harness X49’s breakthrough technology to do the things you love longer and with more energy.

You’ll love this.

Mental clarity.

Promote performance, strength, and stamina.

Support a healthy cardiovascular system.

Reduce muscle soreness and promote recovery from exercise.

Support fat loss when used in tandem with a healthy diet and exercise program.

That’s now being lean, strong and staying young!

Need proof? Here’s the Science and Research.

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