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First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated Dennis Rocke © 2022



The typical male or female grows up through the teenage years and into their twenties and thirties without a thought for the time when in their fifties and sixties the skin starts to show signs of ageing. In fact, it doesn’t even enter their pretty little heads.

So, imagine the scenario, at twenty two years old, Betty sits on the beach in Southern Spain basking in the sun, not a care in the world, knowing that she is one of the most gorgeous young women in the world, next to her she has a cool box filled with all the healthy foods she knows will help her keep healthy, in there she as cold mineral water, watermelon slices, a tub of fresh fruit salad.

Before sitting there, she had taken her usual couple of mile hike in her special walking shoes/trainers. She has done everything she can to keep her body fit and in superb condition. For now, she has a perfect blemish free body. She is doing everything possible to make sure that she stays just as beautiful as she is forever, but…

What if she could only have the vision or foresight and see her skin forty years on with age spots and wrinkles formed on the backs of her hands and face. Do you think if she could see that far into the future, she would be lying there in the full force of the sun…

NO, definitely not! She would be up off that beach and into the shade as fast as her legs would carry her.

There are a couple of diseases that contribute to the ageing process, and these seem to be triggered by our bodies being battered on many levels by damaging molecules called free radicals. These free radicals are sent through our bodies at rapid speeds by the normal metabolism of our cells converting carbohydrates and fat that we eat into needed energy. Yes just eating can send these harmful free radicals storming around our bodies. There is nothing we can do to stop them. Cigarette smoke and infections are also a high contributing factor for the action of free radicals on our systems.

The thing about these free radicals is that they steal electrons from healthy body molecules to balance themselves. Whilst doing so, they damage cells and the DNA makeup of the cells. When the cell’s DNA is damaged it does not have a perfect genetic blueprint anymore and doesn’t know what job it has to carry out. These free radicals hit every cell in our body about 10,000 times every day whilst they rampage around.

It all depends on how badly the body is hit and how quickly the body can repair itself as to whether these cells live or die. Some of the cells mutate and live in the damaged state. When this happens, disease can be accelerated, diseases such as, ageing, high blood pressure, Parkinson’s disease, cataracts, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes and even Cancer.

It is believed by some scientific circles that the ageing process is directly affected by free radicals. Normally when a cell gets hit by free radicals the body sends a repair squad to the cell and does a re-generation job fixing the DNA and allowing the cell to bounce back fit as a fiddle. When cells get hit over and over again it comes to the point when the repair squad just can’t fulfil its task and the cell carries on working, but not in the same expert manner as before.

Where ageing is concerned, the cells that have been damaged might be the skin cells, and because the elasticity of them has been affected, wrinkles form. If the cells affected are in the eyes, the sight may be worsened by cells damaged by these free radicals. Scientists have found that free radicals damage up to 40 or 50 percent of the proteins in older people. The body uses proteins for a myriad of functions such as, supplying energy, maintaining body structure and guiding the body with its chemical reactions.

In some animal studies scientists found that free radicals actually damaged their proteins and in so doing shortened their lives. This leads to the suspicion that it is free radicals that have an influence and may even be directly the cause of ageing.

ANTIOXIDANTS (The natural variety)

It is thanks to our immune system and the repair squads sent out by our bodies that the millions of free radicals that bombard our cells on a daily basis do not cause diseases and the ageing process to occur much quicker than it does. Our system is fighting these free radicals every moment of every day keeping us as healthy as possible.

Each of the different fighting systems in our body produces antioxidants which are natural chemicals that neutralise the free radical. Radicals are sometimes called oxidants hence the need for antioxidants. These antioxidants combat the oxidants by offering electrons, by doing this they help preserve the healthy cells of the body. It is a sort of bribery.

Every antioxidant works differently according to what part of the cell it is protecting. The Chromosome in your body informs the antioxidants as to what their genetic instructions are and the power for them is supplied by specific nutrients that you have consumed in your diet. One of the antioxidants depends on zinc, manganese and copper, another on selenium and another on iron.

So how many vitamins and minerals should we consume on a daily basis?

Well, the easiest answer is the RDA or recommended daily allowance.

In tests, patients who consumed less Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Beta-Carotene, and selenium were more susceptible to the vision destroying disease macular degeneration that older people are prevalent to and cataracts. Patients that had an abundance of these antioxidants were less likely to suffer from heart attacks.


The world today generates so many free radicals or oxidants that our body’s do not have the ability to produce enough natural production of antioxidants needed to neutralise them. Simply put our body was not designed to cope with oxidants produced the amount of fat in our diets, the way our bodies are exposed to virulent disease or a room full of cigarette smoke.

What we need to do is enhance the body’s own antioxidants with supplements. The four supplements I advise are Beta-Carotene, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Selenium (see daily supplements below).

Will this work and slow down ageing?

Who Knows, it worked on laboratory animals and usually what works on them works on humans, the problem is it will be decades of humans taking the supplements in clinical trials before we will know for sure.

In about 50 or so clinical studies during the past decade, the risk of cancer was reduced in people that consumed foods high in Beta-Carotene.

In about the same amount of studies using Vitamin C the results were similar.

To summarise the above, antioxidants not only prevent diseases and slow down the ageing process, but also seem to help us gain or maintain a better quality of life.

To stay younger, we have to eat a superior diet (health diet), this is crucial and it is important to supplement what we eat with the vitamins C and E plus the Beta-Carotene and Selenium.

A regular application of my anti-ageing oil formula that I call EXEMOL morning upon rising. Then if you are going to wear makeup, when the oil has dried it becomes a fantastic base for the rest of your makeup. Using this oil you will not need to use any other foundation.

Apply the EXEMOL again before going to bed. After a couple of months, you will notice the skin gradually getting better and re-establishing its elasticity.

Daily Supplements (Recommended)
Beta – Carotene  

25,000 iu (international units) every other day


Vitamin C  

1,000 mg three times a day (use time released)


Vitamin E  

800 iu daily



50 mcg in morning and the same at night.



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