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Ageing and deterioration of the body occurs at the cellular level, primarily due to the repeated effects of free radicals. These are highly reactive molecules largely comprised of oxygen and hydrogen peroxide that are missing an electron. These molecules seek to capture that missing electron from any tissue with which they come into contact, creating a free radical cascade that eventually, despite cells’ defence mechanisms and repair capacity, damages proteins and crucial enzymes, affecting cell function.

Most free radicals are metabolically produced in cells' mitochondria during the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the fuel required for most cellular processes and without which life would not exist.


The immediate damage done by free radicals is to the membranes and to mitochondrial DNA, resulting in reduced cellular energy production. Later, damage occurs in the interior structures of cells, which are responsible for the production of the proteins, enzymes and lipids that are essential to the functioning of both the cell and the organism.

Over time, the cumulative damage exceeds the cell's ability to repair itself, making it increasingly inefficient. This is also reflected in the accumulation of biological waste material inside the cell, which reduces its capacities even more. This accumulation causes reduced production of hormones and enzymes, deterioration of tissues and organs, lowered effectiveness of the immune system and slower metabolism, with a clear trend of accelerated ageing.

The damage caused by free radicals can be even more severe, as it can also affect the DNA, or genetic coding, stored in a cell's nucleus, opening the doors to mutations leading to cancer and other catastrophic diseases.


Mechanism of Action

Biocell Ultravital Cellular Renovation Therapies act directly on cells, using embryonic tissues and natural enzymes to encourage the cell to clean up accumulated biological material, promoting ‘Autophagy,' where the cell digests the waste material in its lysosomes. Once this waste is catabolised, it can be reused to synthesise new proteins, enzymes, lipids, etc.

Once devoid of overwhelming accumulations of biological material, the cells can gradually regain their functionality, supported by the different components contained within the therapies.

The embryonic tissues, together with natural enzymes, coenzymes and catalysing nutrients such as Resveratrol and other activators, trigger the activation of survival genes (Sirtuins) in order to silence those wrongly active genes that should be silent, and not expressing undesirable proteins due to failures in the cellular controls. They also help to increase the amount of NAD+ coenzymes, crucial in restoring the metabolic efficiency of the mitochondria.

What's more, the therapies' high amount of natural antioxidants lead to a significant reduction in future damage by free radicals, by providing electrons to neutralise a large number of them.


The components of the various formulas are delivered to the cells, either directly through the bloodstream or indirectly in the case of oral products, and are incorporated into the cells via one of several cellular transport methods, depending on the size of the molecules of the elements in question. Large molecules are incorporated into cells by receptor mediated endocytosis, following the series: vesicle, endosome and lysosome. Smaller molecules are incorporated through either simple diffusion or protein-facilitated diffusion, as applicable.

Cell extracts that have entered the cell via endocytosis are made up of molecules whose atoms are joined together by chemical bonds, which contain energy. Both the matter and energy in these molecules are utilised by the cell, through a process called cell digestion that breaks the molecules down using hydrolase enzymes contained in the lysosomes.

The useful parts of the cellular extracts pass into the cytoplasm and are assimilated into it. The parts that are not useful are ejected from the cell.

The incorporation of these different CELLULAR RENOVATION THERAPY components into the relevant cell tissues of the receptor body is facilitated by the empathy existing between these components and the histocompatibility recognition receptor proteins on the surface of the cell membranes in question.

Who We Are

Biocell Ultravital™ researches and develops innovative, 100% natural, pharmaceutical-grade bioproducts, on an exclusive basis worldwide. These products optimise cell nutrition and energy, producing a preventative and curative action which, in addition to treating pre-symptoms and symptoms by means of cell renewal, refuels and corrects the cell structure of tissues and organs, preventing the appearance of the functional stress loads which give rise to poor cell formation, degenerative diseases, and their after-effects.


Product developed under pharmaceutical control according to European CE standards. Made in the EC by Biocell Laboratory France, licensed and authorized by Biocell Ultravital GmbH, Switzerland.


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