Get rid of “Zombie” cells
One of the main reasons you age is due to cells no longer dividing as they get older. When cells no longer divide, they become mostly useless, and start to build up in your body triggering inflammation, gradually impairing your cellular function and increasing your risk of age-related disease.
Scientists refer to these as Senescent cells, but are more commonly called “Zombie” cells. They are like little poison factories that do no useful works, but instead emit cytokines, which trigger inflammation in neighbor cells.
Fisetin is a natural polyphenol and antioxidant found in strawberries, apples, onions, and other plants that’s particularly good at getting rid of these Zombie cells.
Benefits May Include
- Helping your body clear senescent cells
- Supporting cellular health and longevity
- Sustaining a healthy glucose metabolism which helps protect eye and kidney health
Fisetin protects you from future inflammation and gets rid of existing inflammation. Low inflammation means your cells can run at full power and you can recover faster. Low inflammation means your cells can make more energy and you look better, feel better, and recover faster.
About Antioxidants & Polyphenols
Antioxidants are molecules that work to fight free radicals, which are compounds that are harmful to the body when there are excessive amounts. Free radicals are linked to diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Polyphenols play a vital role in longevity and cellular health and survival by protecting the body’s tissues against oxidative stress, inflammation and age-related illnesses. (Source)
Scientists fed aging mice either normal diets or fisetin-rich diets and watched for signs of aging. The mice that ate fisetin daily lived about 10% longer and their bodies worked better, even at a very old age. (Source)
How to Use
The pump mechanism is loaded. It may take 10-20 pumps to prime before first use. Target the tip of the pump under the tongue. Press down to administer gel. Put the cap back on the pump when finished. If swallowed, liposomes do protect the active ingredients from digestion in the stomach, but it is preferable to let the gel absorb under the tongue or elsewhere in the oral cavity as much as possible.