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Cellular Enforcer

Improve your mental focus, memory and concentration with this supplement.

For Brain and Body

Cellular Enforcer is scientifically shown to help cells function more efficiently in the brain and body. It breaks through the brain-body barrier to provide fuel for the brain and improve mental focus, concentration and memory. It also helps your body to ward off the negative affects of aging at the cellular level by cleaning the body of damaging senescent cells.

Our formula contains a proprietary blend of:

  • Fisetin
  • Delta Tocotrienol
  • Quercitin
  • Onion Extract
  • Black Raspberry
  • Strawberry Extract

A powerful new supplement for the brain and body

Senescent cells (cells that cease to divide) increase in body tissues and organs as we age.  These cells cause many of the negative effects of aging and disease, damaging both tissue and organs.  These cells are deadly to the cells around them.  Senescent cells lose their normal function in the tissues, cease to divide, and begin secreting a deadly mix of inflammatory and tissue-degrading factors collectively known as the senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP) that damages and deranges local tissues, damage the mitochondria, and shorten telomeres.  Damaging the body on a molecular level.  Senescent cells lead to a myriad of degenerative disorders, contributing to the decay of individual organs and greater susceptibility to disorders related to chronic inflammation.

Evidence has accumulated to show that everything from atherosclerosis, to osteoarthritis, to diabetes, cataracts, cancer, heart disease, etc., can be caused by an increase in damaging senescent cell accumulation in the body.  Senescent cells accumulate rapidly in the brain especially with people with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.  Senescent cells are extremely damaging to the brain and the body, increasing the effects of aging and providing fuel for disease.  A team of scientists has shown that a rise of the abundance of senescent cells leads to an increasing number of physical dysfunctions in young and old, and that the suppression of these cells is associated with an extended healthy lifespan.

For healthy aging, senescent cells need to be eradicated.  That quest inspired Clearwater Nutrition Lab to develop Cellular Enforcer, a proprietary and powerful extraction created to help the body combat and remove the damaging senescent cells.

Cellular Enforcer was developed with extensive research to synergistically combine natural herbs and extract that have been shown to remove senescent cells from the body.  Cellular Enforcer has been shown to help the body get rid of the damaging cells and greatly improves bodily function.

Supplementing with Cellular Enforcer helps improve mental focus and cognitive function.  As senescent cells proliferate in the brain, eradicating them helps the brain function more effectively, improving mental clarity.  Taking the product also helps boost the immune system function and help all body organs function better.  While there are several powerful constituents in Cellular Enforcer, there are some that have been shown to destroy senescent cells within the body.

Black Raspberry Have extremely high levels of anthocyanins. Research shows anthocyanins provide anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties and act as being vaso-protectors. These naturally occurring pigments appear to help cardiovascular health, memory, and vision. Black raspberries antioxidant characteristics are typically ten times that of other berries. Their ability to absorb oxygen free radicals may help protect the body from cellular damage, LDL cholesterol, premature brain aging and cancer.

Quercetin has dual and complementary actions with regards to aging cells. Quercetin can induce senescence and promote cell death in numerous types of cancer cells.  Quercetin has the opposite effect in healthy cells, delaying senescence in younger cells and rejuvenating older cells to rid them of their abnormal, age-promoting function and senescent cells. Quercetin also slows cardiovascular aging by helping to relax the blood vessels and decreasing clotting of plaque.

Fisetin is derived from various fruits such as strawberries. Fisetin also has direct activity as a reducing agent, chemically reacting with reactive oxygen free radicals to neutralize them. Based on lab studies, it appears that fisetin lodges in cell membranes and prevents oxidative damage to lipids in the cell membrane, strengthening healthy cells and helping to destroy damaging cells.


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