And no, this not like a "Benjamin Button" thing where he literally ages in reverse... :)
But not too far off...
I'm talking about a unique mineral that can help rebuild the walls of your cells, like spackle patching up a nail hole in the wall, so that they can actually absorb and use the nutrients you're eating.
This mineral is not magnesium (which I've talked about many times before)...
The name of this mineral is Calcium 2-aminoethylphosphate... you can call it Calcium 2-AEP for short.
As we age, our cell membranes start to get hard and rigid.
This is aging at the cellular level and it means many of the nutrients that you're taking in can't actually get into the cells where they're needed.
It's essentially malnourishment at the cellular level.
I've talked about digestive enzymes many times before...those will help your body digest and absorb the nutrients from your food into the blood stream.
However, and I didn't even consider this myself, there is another level of absorption that must be considered.
And that level is where the rubber meets the road...your cell walls.
If stuff can't get in, it's not going to get used...and the cells break down, i.e. the aging process. Things start to wrong with your cells...and the organs they're a part of...
When Calcium 2-AEP is ingested, however, it can actually REPAIR those cell membranes, literally turning back the aging clock.
Instead of your minerals and nutrients “passing through” you, Calcium 2-AEP allows all the important nutrients to be utilized right where you need them the most.
That means your heart... brain... lungs... and nerve cells get bathed in nutrients. [references below 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] and they go back to functioning at a level that they did when you were younger in chronological age.
I don't know about you, but I like the sound of that...
I've been testing a product with Calcium 2-AEP as the main ingredient, called CellXRenewal.
And I'll be straight up with you...I was actually really skeptical that I would notice any difference.
In fact, I DID notice a difference, though.
After taking it for a little over a week, I've noticed that my energy levels have increased. Not like "jacked up on caffeine" type of energy or anything like that...but I just feel more energetic in general.
Something is definitely happening and it's a really cool feeling. I think this stuff really works.
It's not something you'll feel an instant "wake up call"...it seems to be more of something that works as you build it up in your system over time (which makes sense, given the mechanism of action).
Here's what the bottle looks like...
Along with the Calcium 2-AEP, the formula also contains a blend of several other synergistc anti-aging ingredients, several of which I've used before...MSM, ribose and shalijit.
These ingredients are not just for filler...they add meaningful improvements to the effects of the Calcium 2-AEP in the formula [7, 8, 9, 10, 11].
Aging in Reverse
Bottom line, if you're concerned about aging and how your body seems to be "breaking down" here and there as you get older...stuff doesn't work as well as it used to, your energy levels are flagging, etc. ...
One of the things I like best about this CellXRenewal formula is that it's SCIENCE-based. The ingredients are backed by published research. If I'm going to take a supplement, I need to know that there's an established and proven mechanism of action.
Here are the references that back up the main ingredient and the others in the formula...
1. Nieper HA. A clinical study of the calcium transport substance Ca l-d1-aspartate and Ca 2-aminoethyl phosphate as potent agents against autoimmunity and other anticytological aggressions. Agressologie. 1967, 8:1-12.
2. Nieper HA. A comparative study of the clinical effect of Ca-1-d1-aspartate (Calciretard), of Ca-2-aminoethanol phosphate (Ca-EAP) and of the cortisones. Agressologie. 1968, 9: 471-474.
3. Nieper, HA. Suppression of cancer development by calcium colamine phosphate and by calcium-l-d1-aspartate. The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. December 1995.
4. Nieper HA. Impairment of digestive potential in MS and osteoporosis patients. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. February/March 1991.
5. Ferrari V and Harkness RD: Increase of 2-amino-ethyl-phosphate in regenerating liver tissue J Phsiol, 113:27,1951.
6. Segal W: Biosynthesis of 2-aminoethaneohosphoradimic acid: A phosphoramidic acid re-arrangement, Nature, 5017: 1284 1965.Narrod SA and Jakoby WB: Metabolism of ethanolamine J biol chem 239: 2189, 1964.
7. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research. Beauty from within: Oral administration of a sulfur - containing supplement methylsulfonylmethane improves signs of skin aging https://doi.org/10.1024/0300-9831/a000643
8. Shecterle LM, Terry KR, St Cyr JA. Potential Clinical Benefits of D-ribose in Ischemic Cardiovascular Disease. Cureus. 2018;10(3):e2291. Published 2018 Mar 9.doi:10.7759/cureus.2291
9. Cornejo A, Jiménez JM, Caballero L, Melo F, Maccioni RB. Fulvic acid inhibits aggregation and promotes disassembly of tau fibrils associated with alzheimer's disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 2011;27(1):143–153
10. Shilajit: A Natural Phytocomplex with Potential Procognitive Activity Carlos Carrasco - Gallardo, Leonardo Guzmán, Ricardo B. Maccioni Int J Alzheimers Dis. 2012; 2012: 674142. Published online 2012 Feb 23. doi: 10.1155/2012/674142
11. Koirala P, Jung HA, Choi JS. Recent advances in pharmacological research on Ecklonia species: a review. Arch Pharm Res. 2017;40(9):981-1005. doi:10.1007/s12272-017-0948-4
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