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Cell food

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Cellfood Dietary Supplement

Introduction to Cellfood

Cellfood is a proprietary formula produced by NuScience Corporation in an FDA-compliant facility that is GMP certified by the Natural Products Association. Cellfood contains deuterium sulfate, ionic trace minerals, trace enzymes, and trace amino acids. It provides an unsurpassed oxygen and nutrient delivery system, and is absorbed quickly and efficiently by the body. Cellfood’s unique structure oxygenates and feeds the cells— cleaning and tuning up the body’s systems throughout the day. Cellfood is made from plant substances, and is yeast-free and gluten-free.

Cellfood is created by a proprietary process in which these nutrient-rich plant substances are held in a negatively-charged suspension of deuterium sulfate (an isotope of hydrogen). The result is a remarkable formulation which— by utilizing the same technology used decades ago to split the atom— actually ‘dissociates’ (splits) water molecules within the body by weakening the bonding electrons, and gives birth to cascades of vital, life-giving oxygen. This newly-born oxygen, combined with an array of vital nutrients, is carried throughout he body— cleaning, toning and building the cells and tissues hour after hour, day after day. Since our bodies are over two-thirds water, this oxygen and hydrogen source is virtually unlimited.

How does Cellfood work?

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Stem cell food

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Could stem cell help Nestle develop tastier, healthier food for people battling Alzheimer’s?

Using stem cells to make better food
We all know that what we eat can affect our health – and if we don’t then we really haven’t been paying attention. A poor diet can increase your risk of a host of pretty nasty diseases. Now a company we fund is putting its stem cell research expertise to use in trying to identify the precise link between diet and disease.

The company is Cellular Dynamics International (CDI). They were recently awarded a $16 million contract by us to generate high quality iPS cell lines as part of our stem cell bank initiative. Now CDI has entered into an agreement with the Nestle Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) to use CDI’s stem cells to study the effects of nutrients found in foods, and use that knowledge to develop what the Wall Street Journal described as “nutritionally enhanced drinks and other products.”

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