Dr. Katakura and his team were excited to find that Sir Jason Winters teas showed signs of not only reducing calories but doing so while rejuvenating the various muscle groups and activating SIRT6, or the longevity gene within the body.
The SIRT 6 gene helps to govern
- Glucose and how fat is regulated through the body’s metabolism
- Reduces inflammation and
- Improves cell adaptation
- Induce autophagy, which acts to mediate the degradation of neurological cells within the brain
Not only did the study participants display improvement in metabolism, the normalization of digestion and elimination, and overall cognitive function, but there were also improvements in the skin’s elasticity. All these affect signs of aging.
Dr. Katakura concluded that Sir Jason Winters Tea demonstrated anti-aging properties that could
- Potentially prevent osteoporosis
- Improve liver function and reduce symptoms of fatty liver disease
- Reduce incidences of obesity
- Improved cognitive function
The Kyushu University researchers found evidence that using dietary therapy and herbs appeared to increase metabolism, cognitive function, and hormonal balance. And here at Sir Jason Winters International, we are definitely excited by the potential of the study conducted by Dr. Katakura and his team.
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McReedy, Amy. “The Demographic Dilemma: Japan’s Aging Society.” Wilson Center. Web. 10 Nov. 2022.
Yuka Sugihara, Shiori Onoue, Kosuke Tashiro, Mikako Sato, Takanori Hasegawa, Yoshinori Katakura, Carnosine induces intestinal cells to secrete exosomes that activate neuronal cells, PLoS One, 14, 5, e0217394, 2019.05
Zhao Chong, Haruka Matsuo, Shiori Onoue, Hiroaki Yamamoto, Hideyuki Ito, Yoshinori Katakura, Identification of polyphenols that repair the ultraviolet-B-induced DNA damage via SIRT1-dependent XPC/XPA activation, Journal of Functional Foods, 54, 119-127, 2019.03