NASA Drink Could Reverse Signs of Aging
An anti-oxidant packed (anti aging) juice that could turn back the clock on wrinkles, dark spots, and other sun damage? .
The beverage, officially called AS10, was developed to combat the effects of solar rays on astronauts who travel outside the protective layer of the Earth's atmosphere. The New York Daily News says that 180 skin-damaged adults showed promising results after four months of drinking two servings a day. Dark spots were reduced by 30% and wrinkles by 17%.
AS10 contains high levels of free-radical fighting anti-oxidants derived from fruits including acai, acerola, prickly pear, green tea, pomegranate, and cupuacu, there is no mention of what it "actually" tastes like.
"The effects of oxidative stress on the skin can quickly be modified and the skin can heal itself by drinking AS10."
The big drawback to the new space drink? The cost. A monthly supply of AS10 costs over $100. A jar of Tang, is cheaper, put doesn't offer the same results (ahem).