Juvena Protein Therapy in Action

Muscle regeneration declines with age in part due to reduced muscle stem cell function and loss of homeostasis (balanced tissue repair and maintenance). We now know that tissues can be rejuvenated with applied human protein therapies. Juvena’s protein cocktail not only improves the ability of aged muscle to heal and regenerate, but it does so as rapidly as youthful, active tissue.


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