Cellfood® REPAIR contains ingredients from natural organic sources, and contains no alcohol, glucose, yeast, gluten, or animal products; is non-addictive, non-toxic, non-invasive, and there has been no animal testing.
Halaal Certification has been obtained for Cellfood® REPAIR.
Each 100 ml bottle contains about 900 drops of product; and each dosage of 20 drops contains:
Cellfood® 480 mg
Silica 8 mg
The safe daily upper limit for silicon absorption is 25mg/kgbw/day, which equates to 1,500 mg/day for a 60 kg adult.
Cellfood® REPAIR is a Silica Strengthening Formula that provides support for:
• Firm & youthful looking skin
• Luxuriant & shiny hair
• Strong & healthy nails
• Healthy bones, joints, cartilage, teeth, gums, muscles & connective tissue.
A long-term, double-blind research project with 45 athletes during 2000 and 2001, conducted at the University of Pretoria’s Sports Institute, compared the efficacy of Cellfood SPORT to a placebo, and reported:
- Increased oxygen intake by the body (VO2 max increased up to 6.2%);
- Increased energy delivery to working muscles (Haemoglobin oxygen saturation increased up to 9.6%); and
- Delayed onset of fatigue; and reduced muscular cramps and recovery time (Lactic acid accumulation decreased up to 17.2%). 1
VO2 max: According to the researchers, VO2 max is the most well-known measurement for oxygen intake, and is genetically determined, with exercise and diet having little influence on increasing it.
Therefore, the researchers were amazed at how Cellfood® SPORT increased VO2 max by 6.2% and reported that they had never seen this occur with any other product tested at the Institute.
Lactic Acid Accumulation: Furthermore, the 17.2% reduction in lactic acid accumulation was also considered to be very significant, and important for improving the performance of athletes, and reducing muscles cramps and recovery time.
This research showed clearly that the ingredients in Cellfood® SPORT increase the oxygen saturation in the bloodstream, resulting in significant energizing and cleansing effects, both of which are essential for improving performance and endurance, and for reducing lactic acid build-up and recovery time. (These findings are confirmed in other studies – see 2 & 3).
1 Nolte, H.W., “Efficacy of Ergogenic Aids in Endurance Athletes”, Sports Institute of the University of Pretoria, 2002.
2 Dr. Heidrun Karlic, PhD. & Dr Alfred Lohninger, PhD., “Supplementation of L-Carnitine in Athletes: Does It Make Sense?”, Nutrition 20, 2004.
3 Bernard W. Downs, et al, “Bioefficacy of a novel calcium-potassium salt of (-)-hydroxicitric acid”, Mutation Research 579, 2005.