CELLCODE


  • RM238.00

Potential Healing Effects

CELLCODE® is formulated with 100% all-natural ingredients with no preservatives, no adverse side effects are expected to occur. Dr. Suri and his team in MARDI conducted scientific safety tests to ensure that effects felt(if any) are not caused by any harmful interactions with the body. Any side effects you may experience during consumption of CELLCODE® are most likely due to various healing processes.

Potential Healing Effects:

  • Slight Fever

  • Difficulty Sleeping

  • High Alertness

  • Excitability

  • Flu Like Symptoms

  • Rashes

  • Strong Smelling Urine.

If you experience no reaction whatsoever, it is very likely a sign that your body is in good health.

ANTI-AGING
1. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 125 (4): 826–832. (2005)
Ferulic Acid Stabilizes a Solution of Vitamins C and E and Doubles its Photoprotection of Skin.
2. Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 29(4):740-5 (2006)
Phenolic constituents of Malus doumeri var. formosana in the field of skin care.
3. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 7:290–297 (2008)
Protective effects of a topical antioxidant mixture containing vitamin C, ferulic acid, and phloretin against ultraviolet-induced photodamage in human skin
4. Experimental Dermatology 601-608 (2005)
5. Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 2368-2373 (2005) Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 1201-1207 (2003)
6. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 1201-1207 (2005)
7. Cancer Lett. 199(2):207-12(1997)
Phloretin-induced apoptosis in B16 melanoma 4A5 cells by inhibition of glucose transmembrane transport

DIABETES
8. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin (Tokyo) 46: 23-33 (1998)
Na(+)-glucose cotransporter inhibitors as antidiabetic agents. II. Synthesis and structure-activity relationships of 4’-dehydroxyphlorizin derivatives.
9. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 3: 1078–1091. (1992)
Effects of hyperglycaemia on glucose transporters of the muscle: use of the renal glucose reabsorption inhibitor phlorizin to control glycemia.
10. Endocrine 7:367-375. (1997)
Quantitative measurements of islet glucagon response to hypoglycaemia by confocal fluorescent imaging in diabetic rats: effects of phlorizin treatment.
11. Journal of Clinical Investigation 79: 1510–1515. (1987)
Correction of hyperglycaemia with phlorizin normalizes tissues sensitivity to insulin in diabetic rats.

CANCER
12. Molecular Carcinogenesis 48:420–431 (2009)
Apple Polyphenol Phloretin Potentiates the Anticancer Actions of Paclitaxel Through Induction of Apoptosis in Human Hep G2 Cells.
13. Int. J. Cancer: 124, 2210–2219 (2009) ‘ 2008
Publication of the International Union Against Cancer In vitro and in vivo study of phloretin-induced apoptosis in human liver cancer cells involving inhibition of type II glucose transporter.
14. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Vol. 6(9): 648-659 (2012)
Phloretin induced apoptosis of human hepatoma cells SMMC-7721 and its correlative biological mechanisms.
15. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 14 (1): 27-31 (2015)
Evaluation of Apoptotic and Growth Inhibitory Activity of Phloretin in BGC823 Gastric Cancer Cell.
16. Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications 170:223 – 230 (1990)
Over-expression of facilitative glucose transporter genes in human cancer.
17. An Immunohistochemical Study. Cancer 72:2979 - 2985 (1993)
Overexpressions of Glut-1 glucose transporter in human breast cancer
18. Hepato-Gastroenterology 46:2683 – 2689 (1999)
Expression of facilitative glucose transporters in gastric tumours
19. Breast Cancer Research 6 (2) R63-R74 (2004)
Antiproliferative and apoptotic effects of selective phenolic acid on T47D human breast cancer cells: Potential mechanism of action.
20. Archives of pharmacy research 28 (10); 1183-1189. (2005).
Role of NADPH oxidase-mediated generation of reactive oxygen species in the mechanism of apoptosis induced by phenolic acids in HepG2 human hepatoma cells.

HEART DISEASE AND STOKE
21. Plants Medica 43(12): 398–403 (1981)
Pharmacological investigations on vitexin.
22. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 80(4):114-1147 (1995)
Antithyroid effects in vivo and in vitro of vitexin: a C-glucosylflavone in millet.

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