The Many Benefits of Regulat®
This innovative fermented liquid whole food supplement provides many benefits.
- Provides support for healthy innate immune regulation
- Increased energy, vitality, and stamina
- Provides protection from free radical damage through increased antioxidant support
- Increases intracellular reduced Glutathione
- Assists with the body’s own natural detoxification processes
- Decreases LDL-Oxidation
- Reduces inflammation through the reduction of soluble vascular cell adhesion molecule-1 and soluble intercellular adhesion molecule-1
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Dramatic 122% increase in ATP; 3 months later with no Regulat, ATP further increased to 187%
There were also some astonishing improvements in specific and nonspecific symptoms. Almost all of the patients with chronic inflammation showed a clear alleviation or complete absense of symptoms.
Improvement of mitochondrial dysfunction
Intracellular ATP represents an important way to measure mitochondrial function. The clear increase in ATP values, even after discontinuation of the Regulat, is an indicator for the sustained recovery of mitochondrial function.
Regulat® means more energy for cells
Certified Organic Live Cascade Fermentation Liquid Whole Food Supplement
Multi-stage fermentation with several strains of beneficial probiotic with certified organic fruits, vegetables, nuts and herbs.
The inflammatory marker hsCRP in the placebo group (left) and in the Regulat® group (right) before (V1) and after four weeks' intervention (V2) in healthy volunteers.