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Healthy Genes Formula, Potent Resveratrol, and Green Tea All in One Powerful Supplement Kit.

Support cellular health and promote healthy DNA – Featured in Tox-Sick 

The Cellular Support Kit contains our unique Healthy Genes Formula, plus potent Resveratrol and Green Tea supplements to protect your DNA, support cellular health and function, and promote longevity and overall health. Retail value of $82!

Protect Your DNA, Support Cellular Health and Function, Promote Longevity and Overall Health

This kit includes 3 supplements:

Healthy Genes Formula
Promotes the body’s defenses against free radicals and chemical assault
The ingredients in Healthy Genes Formula support cellular health and promote healthy DNA: curcumin promotes healthy cellular function and protects cells from oxidizing free radicals.1-4 Chlorophyllin also helps guard against free radicals5-7 — but also binds to certain chemicals, helping the body eliminate them.8,9 The organically grown wasabi rhizome supports healthy liver enzymes, promotes healthy DNA and encourages a healthy inflammatory response.10-14 And standardized broccoli extract delivers bioactive compounds highly recommended for good health!

Green Tea
Powerful EGCG polyphenols for optimal health
Green Tea (Decaffeinated) is a high-potency, standardized to 98% polyphenols green tea extract. It delivers more than three times the polyphenols as a single cup of green tea — including the beneficial epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) antioxidant for a wide variety of health benefits.

Advanced formula promotes longevity and overall health
This highly advanced resveratrol formulation includes trans-resveratrol, grape-berry actives, quercetin, fisetin, and trans-pterostilbene to mimic some of the same youthful gene expression changes as seen in calorie-restricted diets, unlock your longevity genes, promote healthy insulin sensitivity, cellular energy production, a healthy response to inflammation, and more.15-29


Why is Wasabi rhizome part of the Healthy Genes Formula?

Wasabi is a rich source of long-chain methyl isothiocyanates, which have been shown to help support healthy liver enzymes, DNA, and encourage a healthy inflammatory response. 10-14

Why is broccoli extract included in the Healthy Genes Formula?

Standardized broccoli extract contains concentrated levels of glucosinolate and sulforaphane, compounds that provide isothiocyanates that are recommended for promoting health.

What is Green Tea (Decaffeinated)?

Green Tea (Decaffeinated) is a concentrated and dual-standardized green tea extract supplement containing 98% total polyphenols and 45% EGCG polyphenol to ensure the highest quality, consistency, and health benefits.

Will Green Tea (Decaffeinated) keep me up at night?

Most likely, no. Green Tea (Decaffeinated) contains a maximum of 3.6 mg of caffeine. But just ONE cup of DECAFFEINATED green tea contains at least 9 mg of caffeine! So one serving of Green Tea (Decaffeinated) will most likely NOT induce a stimulating effect.

What is resveratrol?

Resveratrol is a compound found in red grapes and red wine (and certain types of Japanese seaweed). Due to modern production practices, the actual amount of resveratrol found in red wine has dropped significantly.

What are the benefits of resveratrol’s other ingredients?

Trans-pterostilbene promotes cardiovascular health, supports glucose levels already within the normal range, encourages anti-aging benefits, and even encourages cognitive health.30-37 Fisetin, a compound derived from strawberries, promotes DNA protection, healthy cellular function, and protects aging neurons from oxidative stress.38-43


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