North Korean “Super Drink” Claims To Slow Aging

Posted by on June 8th, 2010

Super Juice

This past Friday North Korea announced a new “Super Drink” that purports to give consumers a longer and healthier life.  The drink is made from 30 different plants and contains 60 different “micro-elements” to allegedly  multiply brain cells, reduce geriatric diseases, protect skin, and reduce the effects of aging.

This is all according to the North Korean Government’s news agency so stay skeptical, but the product does claim no side-effects. Considering it’s basically a bunch of plants thrown in a blender that’s probably true, but don’t be surprised if you start glowing in the dark from either awesome new super powers or radiation poisioning.

Who wants to try it first?


2 Responses to “North Korean “Super Drink” Claims To Slow Aging”

  1. Raju Says:

    New York Times – ” Researchers at the Harvard Medical School and the National Institute of Aging report that a natural substance found in red wine, know as resveratrol, offsets the bad effects of a high-calorie diet, and significantly extends your lifespan.”

    Proleva uses Resveratrol as one of the ingredient to make Proleva a complete supplement for everybody’s need. Each serving of Proleva contains the Resveratrol found in five glasses of Red Wine.

  2. Sasha Says:

    Interesting. But since it’s still relatively new, I won’t bet my money on it. I’d rather stick to my trusted safe and effective anti aging cream.