Does Juvenon Really Work?


Does Juvenon really work?Anti-aging supplements are very popular today, so it’s no surprise Juvenon is gaining in popularity. But does it actually work?. People aged 40 and up are usually the target customers for these types of products as the signs of aging usually start to show up at this time.

Recent studies have shown that a certain component in the cells called mitochondria are an important factor in keeping a person energized and young-looking. These mitochondria elements can be considered the powerhouse within the cell that promotes high energy and efficient functioning of the vital organs inside the body.

Overview
The Juvenon anti-aging supplementary tablets contain Acetyl-L-Carnitine (ALCAR) and Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA). These 2 elements are known to give the mitochondria component a boost to maximize its life and efficiency in providing the body energy and vitality. One tablet contains 500mg of ALCAR and 200mg of ALA. The recommended dosage is to take 1 tablet two times a day with meals.

The Claim
The Juvenon product claims that it can recharge the mitochondria in your body so that it can serve its purpose in maintaining healthy cells. This can then lead to having more energy and feeling young, and it also promotes better memory and healthy-functioning organs. The ALA element contained in a tablet of Juvenon is a known anti-oxidant and it protects the mitochondria from being damaged as a person ages. On the other hand, the ALCAR element acts as the fuel to sustain the mitochondria’s life.

The Hype
People are always intrigued and interested in anti-aging products, and the Juvenon supplement is no exception. Even if this anti-aging supplement is not FDA approved and can only be purchased on the Internet, eager customers are ready to try the product first hand. It promises that the body will feel a sudden surge of energy within 1 month’s time of taking the supplement and it proves to be a very important selling point.

The Cost
The Juvenon anti-aging supplement tablets are packed in 60-tablet bottles. Each bottle costs around $34 and this is good for 1 month. Similar products that also contain the ALA and ALCAR are also being sold on the market and these can cost you around $20 per month as dietary supplements.

The Commitment
In order to make the Juvenon anti-aging supplement tablets work, you need to take 2 tablets per day with your meals. However, as with all supplementary medications, you shouldn’t rely on these alone. Eating a balanced diet and practicing a healthy lifestyle is still a must to stay truly healthy and young-looking.

Evaluation
In some ways, the Juvenon anti-aging tablets can be considered effective. The major ingredients (ALA and ALCAR) have been thoroughly tested in animals (particularly rats) and the special combination of ALA and ALCAR really shows that it can boost the mitochondria component inside the cells. However, there are no sufficient studies conducted on humans to show how these ingredients will affect the human body.

Does Juvenon Really Work?

Some people claim that Juvenon works for them, and some people claim that there are no significant changes felt even through regular intake of the tablets. And since this product is not approved by the FDA, there really is no guarantee that it is safe and effective. There’s no regulating agency on these types of products, so you have to try them at your own risk.

Our Recommendation
We are not recommending Juvenon mainly because it is not FDA-approved. This drug may have harmful side effects to humans that are not yet discovered as the experiments were mostly conducted on rats, and only for a short period of time.

However, as far as testimonials from other consumers are concerned, there seems to be no reported cases of harmful side effects yet. The only negative comments so far revolve around the issue that it is not as effective as it claims to be. And with the existence of other dietary supplements from other brands that also carry the same ingredients in Juvenon, customers find that buying from other manufacturers is more practical.

You can still try Juvenon if you just want to see if it will work for you and if your system will respond well to it. Just be aware that this drug is not approved by the FDA and there are no actual reports that prove its effectiveness in keeping a person young-looking.

What Do You Think? Does Juvenon Really Work?


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Craig Conway February 1, 2012 at 5:41 pm

I’ve been taking ALA and ALCAR on and off for the past 3 years, and I’ve found the benefit of Bruce Ames’ science and Juvenon’s formulation to be convenient and effective in feeling less than 63 years old.

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Phil Angelo May 21, 2013 at 11:57 pm

Juvenon is not a drug as you keep referring to it as. It is a supplement that does not require an approval from the FDA. It is no different from all the other supplements that do not require FDA approval. Since when is the FDA approval such a significant matter for anything. They approved drugs that have killed people and were forced to pull them off the market. They are criminals in their own right that can be bought by the drug companies and will approve drugs that they know are dangerous. The drug companies have been trying for years to stop the supplement manufacturers from selling supplements since it is cutting into their business. They can’t make a natural supplement a drug so they want to kill the competition. They are not concerned about your health, just your money.

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Lynda Constantineau August 15, 2013 at 7:20 pm

You wrote exactly what I was thinking as I read the article. Just because the FDA approves something does mean it is safe – top level executives move back and forth between the FDA and pharmaceutical companies. In short, the FDA is not your friend.

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Katie October 30, 2014 at 4:23 pm

I agree, I don’t really put much stock in the FDA. They have their own agenda and they do not necessarily have our best interests in mind when they make decisions about what to approve.

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