A nutritional supplement that supports healthy cell function throughout the body.
$59.95 each– 1-4 bottles
$49.76 each – 5 to 11 bottles (17% discount)
$47.96 each – case of 12 (20% discount) – ($575.52/case). We do not split cases, 12 ,24, 36 increments
What is PROCELLA?
PROCELLA is a synergistic nutritional powerhouse containing three whole foods: organic flaxseed oil, rBGH free cottage cheese powder and organic wheatgrass juice.
Why Flaxseed Oil ?
Flaxseed oil is derived from grinding and squeezing the fatty oil out of flaxseeds. Flaxseed oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, especially alpha-linolenic acid or ALA, antioxidants called lignans, many B vitamins and magnesium. An internet search can provide a list of lignans health benefits. Magnesium is reportedly important for healthy bones and normal muscle tone. Building on Otto Warburg’s work, 1937 Nobel laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi demonstrated that essential fatty acids (EFAs), combined with sulphur-rich proteins, are able to increase cellular oxygenation.
Why Cottage Cheese?
Cottage cheese is curd made by adding enzymes to milk fat. It’s called cottage cheese because it was commonly made at home or in “cottages” starting in the mid 1800s, although evidence exists that ancient Romans actually began the process. Cottage cheese, one of the most sulphur-rich proteins commonly available, also has abundant minerals and vitamins but is relatively low in fat. For example, a 1-ounce portion of cottage cheese derived from 4 percent milkfat contains about 30 calories, 3.5 grams of protein and 1.3 grams of fat. Cottage cheese is also available as low-fat varieties made from either 1 percent or 2 percent milk. The majority of protein in cottage cheese is from casein. It is an excellent source of calcium, selenium, phosphorus and riboflavin. Health benefits generally recognized from eating cottage cheese include quality protein for muscle growth and repair plus minerals necessary for strong bones and teeth. Most cottage cheese has significant sodium content. PROCELLA has no sodium.
Wheatgrass is the young grass of the common wheat plant, triticum aestivum. Its leaves are juiced or dried into powder for human consumption. The high chlorophyll in wheatgrass is almost identical in chemical composition to hemoglobin, the compound that carries oxygen in the blood. Many believe the amino acids, minerals, vitamins and the enzyme, superoxide dismutase (SOD), found in wheatgrass provide a wide range of immune enhancing factors. For these reasons it is a part of the PROCELLA patented formula.
What does ‘rBGH Free’ mean?
‘rBGH free’ means that the cottage cheese in PROCELLA comes from cows that have not been injected with rBGH (recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone), a genetically engineered variant of the natural growth hormone produced by cows. Injection of this hormone forces cows to boost milk production by about 10%. Developed and manufactured under the brand name Posilac® by the Monsanto Corporation, rBGH was approved by the FDA in 1993, despite strong opposition from scientists, farmers, and consumers. In August 2008, Monsanto sold their Posilac® division to Eli Lilly and Company for $300 million. According to critics, rBGH has never been properly tested. A review of rBGH by Health Canada found the 90-day study showed a significant number of issues that should have triggered a full review by the FDA. Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Israel and all European Union countries (currently numbering 27), do not allow dairy with rBGH in their countries.
How does PROCELLA work in the body?
Flaxseed oil is made more absorbable when 2 tablespoons of the oil are added to 1/4 cup of cottage cheese. A German scientist, discovered that when she combined sulfur-rich proteins, such as found in cottage cheese, with highly unsaturated fatty acids (rich in omega-3′s) like those found in flaxseed oil, the unsaturated fatty acids bonded molecularly with the sulphuric proteins. This bond made the flaxseed oil water-soluble, enabling it to be absorbed instantly and effortlessly through the cellular membrane. Water soluble nutrients are easily carried by the blood throughout the body and deposited along the way helping to maintain or improve the health status of the trillions of cells that make up the human body. Wheatgrass, sometimes called the magical alkaline super food, is thought to enhance the bioavailability of the flax oil and the cottage cheese.
Why is PROCELLA important to daily health?
Good health requires the right ratio of Omega 3 fatty acids to Omega 6 fatty acids in the diet. The ideal ratio is around 1:2. The average American diet is more around 1:20 to 1:50, with way too much Omega 6 and not enough Omega 3. The ratio present in Flaxseed oil is about 4:1. So flaxseed oil is a good source of Omega 3. Consuming small portions of flaxseed or flaxseed oil every day may benefit health. Adding the cottage cheese gives dietary protein and allows the flax oil to be super bioavailable.
How much PROCELLA should I take each day and when?
The recommended dosage is 4 capsules a day, taken all together or 2 capsules in the AM and 2 capsules later in the day. Taking more of this whole food formula throughout the day is a personal choice that many have found beneficial. This product is a food, take it anytime, with food or on an empty stomach.
Can I take PROCELLA if I am lactose intolerant?
Yes, according to Dr. Lloyd Jenkins, who has evaluated this product, it is lactose free. Numerous customers, telling us they are lactose intolerant, have reported back that they have taken and continue to take this supplement with no intestinal distress afterwards.
Will PROCELLA interfere with my medications?
This product, even though it is in capsule form, is nothing more than a ‘convenient way’ to consume 3 whole foods. If you can eat cottage cheese, flax oil and wheat grass (greens) you should be able to take PROCELLA capsules. It is always wise to check with your health care provider when adding any supplement to your daily diet.
Who should not take PROCELLA?
If you are taking any prescription medications let your healthcare practitioner know what supplements you are adding in case a dosage needs to be adjusted. For example, if you enjoy a cup of cooked greens (spinach, broccoli ) daily and you are on a blood thinner you may need to have your blood thinner dosage adjusted due to your consistent addition of healthy choice foods and/or supplements. He/she is the person you have hired to help you make appropriate decisions about your choices. Although most medical doctors were offered only minimal nutritional education in school, today many have taken it upon themselves to recognize the value of learning the integral benefits of nutrition alongside of or instead of medications for optimal health. Asking your question correctly should give you a thoughtful answer from your doctor. Politely ask, “Can you share with me any valid medical reason(s) why I should not take this supplement?” Request, and write down where you can locate the research/science to support any reason given. A doctor’s ‘opinion’ with no science to back it is simply that, an ‘opinion’.
Patent Pending: #13/963,016 Held by Bodygenex, LLC - inventor – Shawn J. Mitchell
"Let food be thy medicine
... and let thy medicine be food."
Hippocrates, Father of Medicine
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