With Avogen, you feel better and look younger. It is that simple.
Avogen keys on the extra-cellular matrix (ECM) to aid and support cells deteriorated from aging and stress. These aging and stress symptoms in the extra-cellular matrix and elsewhere are generally evident and measurable even before 30 years old. As the body undergoes aging and stress, soft elastic tissues of all organs become, descriptively speaking, more gristle-like. This is technically referred to as excess crosslinking and defines aged tissue and is visually very apparent on aged skin that has wrinkled and sagged and lost its elastic bounce and turgor.
In trauma, the scars that form could be described as overly crosslinked fibers. In a sense, aging tissue may be thought of as a thin scar, inelastic, disorganized and visually unfavorable. This problem tissue is also present in many other areas, arthritis for example, not just skin.
When scars occur internally as we age, and especially from surgery, the tissues adhere together haphazardly from over crosslinking. These adhesions from surgery can be very painful and often do not subside. Some studies point to 93% of all surgeries result in adhesions, some worse than others. Aging ECM does not often cause painful adhesions, however it is dysfunctional.
With skin the extracellular matrix deteriorates and skin becomes thin, hard and dry. When sun damage occurs, the skin becomes highly crosslinked and inelastic. Avogen helps restore tissue to soft, elastic condition and aids and supports the signaling processes between cells that occur in the extracellular matrix.
One or two capsules daily.
Excess consumption of Avogen will not increase benefits or accelerate desirable change. While safe for children, the advantages of Avogen are realized in tissues that are aging and under stress and should be provided to children under the supervision of a medical professional.