Formulated in Switzerland, Celergen is the next revolutionary step in regenerative health as the world's first oral treatment that provides similar benefits as traditional cell therapy injections.
The Science Behind Celergen
Similar to traditional cell therapies, Celergen’s potency is derived from the living cells and DNA of an animal – deep sea salmon and herring. Caught off the coast of France, these fish provide a potent blend of proteins and enzymes that help to supply the nutrients needed to rejuvenate the cells and deep tissues of the body.
Because successful traditional cell therapies require the use of “living cells” to regenerate our own damaged and dying cells, Celergen’s scientists use a “cold” extraction process to carefully remove the cells and DNA of the above fish, preserving their potency and regenerative effect.
After extraction, Celergen’s powerful ingredients are then encapsulated into a capsule using a proprietary encapsulation process, ensuring that it bypasses your stomach and disperses into your small intestine.
The small intestine is where the nutrients needed for the body are absorbed directly into the bloodstream. The peptides contained in Celergen act as modes of transportation for Celergen’s powerful ingredients, ensuring a maximum rate of absorption.
Once Celergen has entered the bloodstream, the initiation phase of cellular repair has begun, as your body prioritizes and transports its active ingredients directly to the areas of most need. Upon arrival, Celergen helps to repair the damaged areas of the body – one cell at a time – moving from one affected area to the next.
Celergen is viewed as a long term treatment. A daily dose of Celergen is recommended for a minimum of 4-6 months to experience a full realization of benefits. Decades of internal damage, as a result of the aging process, will not be repaired overnight, but to experience profound and life changing results in a matter of months is worth the wait.
Results ultimately depend upon a variety of factors such as, the extent of cellular damage as well as the individual’s perceived, and desired benefits. To know if Celergen is working for you, it is important to be fully aware of all of the benefits that have been experienced by Celergen users, as well as those ascertained through clinical studies.
“Unlike drug therapy, which usually just addresses one specific ailment, Celergen turns on multiple different engines in our bodies. Since it acts in multiple ways, you cannot exactly predict what it will do for each patient. It goes to work where it needs to go to work.”– Dr. Uzzi Reiss, Beverly Hills, CA
“I had read much of the literature about Celergen and was struck by the scientific research behind it. Still, I was skeptical until I tried it for myself. There is definitely a regenerative component to Celergen.”– Dr. Michael Hall, Miami Beach, FL
"What is special about Celergen is that it is not a pharmaceutical and yet it truly works on a cellular level to promote regeneration and can help slow, if not reverse, the aging process."– Dr. Kenneth Orbeck, Greenville, South Carolina
"For me to recommend a product it must have two things going for it – a solid scientific basis with clinical trials, and it must be a high quality product that produces results. It was clear to me from independent research that Celergen was not just one of those fads that comes along from time to time.”– Dr. Sharon Norling, Westlake Village, CA
“Over the last 4 years, I became increasingly interested in cellular rejuvenation. It became obvious that to slow the affects of my own aging, I would need to receive an injectable cell therapy treatment. However, I realized that this would entail a great deal of expense - besides the therapy itself - when factoring in travel, hotels and time away from work. When I learned about Celergen as an alternative, it was a no brainer what I should do.”– George Tawfik MD, Staten Island, NY
"Our bodies are constantly trying to repair themselves by reproducing and revitalizing cells. The key to the success of Celergen is that it packages proteins in such a way that they easily enter the blood stream and the brain, thereby triggering enhanced cell activity.”– Dr. Juan Remos, Miami, FL