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Determined to bring longevity opportunities to a wider market, JUVICELL packs ten ingredients into its longevity supplement.

Over the coming weeks, we will be bringing you extracts of 11 company profiles from our Longevity Supplements Report. Each profile includes an assessment of Pre-Clinical and Clinical Studies, Safety and Risks, Target Market and Success Factors and the target Hallmark(s) of Aging for one of their key products.

We also study each company’s IP, team, UVP, product efficacy, competitive advantage, runway and inflection point, and much more. Here’s the lowdown on JUVICELL.

To view a full size version of JUVICELL’s profile please click here.

Longevity Supplements 1.0 JUVICELL Summary
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JUVICELL is a company comprised of a team of scientists and innovators that share a passion for improving human lifespan and healthspan. Through their research into aging, the team has identified ten clinically proven, safe and effective longevity-enhancing ingredients, which they believe pave the way for the first-ever longevity supplement of its kind. “Due to the thorough research behind JUVICELL, it stands as a cutting-edge longevity nutraceutical that aims to support a longer and healthier life.”

The idea for JUVICELL first originated in 2019 and was brought to fruition in 2020 by a US-German co-operation of scientists and like-minded investors with a strong personal interest in the space of longevity. Co-founder, Erin Sharoni (pictured), holds the strong ethos that “age is just a number” and is committed to prolonging and improving healthspan and lifespan. Erin is a Biology Master’s degree candidate at Harvard University, where her thesis work is focused on epigenetics and longevity, and she is passionate about bringing longevity opportunities to a wider market.

The JUVICELL formula is based entirely on research conducted in peer-reviewed studies. The company emphasises that they have done the research so the customer does not have to. The product was developed, and will be regularly updated, by top anti-aging and longevity scientists. JUVICELL’s scientific advisory board includes Roger A Fielding, PhD, Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine, Simin Meydani, PhD, Senior Scientist and team leader of the Nutritional Immunology Team at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (HNRCA) at Tufts University, and David Walker, PhD, professor in the Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology at UCLA. With the support of the scientific advisory team, JUVICELL believes its unique 10 key ingredient formula to continue to support health and lifespan.

“The scientific revelations and breakthroughs in the longevity industry have been enormous over the last decade (Hallmarks of Aging, research into compounds that have a beneficial effect on aging, etc.). JUVICELL was born from the desire to find a way to help the average person benefit from these advancements.” Erin Sharoni.

To prove the effects of their product, JUVICELL are conducting a preclinical study with The National Institute on Health and Science on Aging (INRCA) in Italy to confirm the effects of JUVICELL on various physiological markers of aging. The results of this study will be shared as they emerge.

JUVICELL, designed in Germany, and manufactured in Germany and the US, is sold exclusively via the JUVICELL website at www.juvicell.com. The product complies with the quality manufacturing standards of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The company’s manufacturing facilities are in New Hampshire, US and Worms, Germany.

JUVICELL receives and reviews a COA (Certificate of Analysis) for each batch of every raw ingredient of JUVICELL, conducted using HPLC (high performance liquid chromatography) and MS (mass spectrometry). In addition to raw material batch testing, JUVICELL conducts regular external raw material and finished product testing via third-party laboratories, such as GBA Group and LGC Group.

Access to the report and a FREE executive summary can be found here, and check out our other supplements company profiles here.

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Eleanor Garth
Deputy Editor Now a science and medicine journalist, Eleanor worked as a consultant for university spin-out companies and provided research support at Imperial College London and various London hospitals in a former life.
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