Cell regenerative properties and radical intercepting effects of Powerinsole®
Who conducted the study?
The study was carried out by Dartsch Scientific’s “Institute for Cell Biological Test Systems” director Professor Dr. Peter C. Dartsch.
How was the study performed?
Dr. Dartsch used current cell biological test procedures to investigate whether Powerinsole is able to promote cell regenerative properties while compensating for an excess supply of endogenously formed radicals, thereby preventing oxidative stress in the tissue. Such local oxidative stress in tissue plays an important role, for example, in inflammatory reactions in the body or cell regenerative processes caused by overexertion in exercise. Three independent tests with 4 samples each were conducted, with both active (with Powerinsole) and inactive (no Powerinsole) chips. They were tested for percent of endogenous radicals.
Two individual samples were also incubated for a 36 hour period, one with Powerinsole and one without. They then were photographed under a microphotographic camera and observed to see the repopulation of a cell free space in the tissue.
What are the results of the study?
As seen in the images above, after the 36 hour incubation period, the sample with Powerinsole clearly shows a faster repopulation of the cell free area when compared to the sample without Powerinsole.
When comparing the independent tests and the effect of Powerinsole on inactivating endogenous radicals, it is clearly visible that the inactive chip showed no effect compared to the untreated control, but the active chip showed a statistically significant inactivation of endogenously formed radicals by about 24%.
Powerinsole has clearly demonstrated its beneficial properties regarding the inactivation of endogenously formed radicals, thus preventing oxidative stress in the tissue and improving cell regeneration.
It has a preventive effect and simultaneously reduces metabolic changes. Such changes are stress reactions to physical trauma caused by physical stress. Powerinsole counteracts this by improving performance and reducing oxidative stress.
Accordingly, the Powerinsole
- improves regeneration after physical exertion
- avoids oxidative stress in the tissue and thus contributes to improving cell regeneration
- improves cell regeneration/wound healing by 39.9% on average
- inhibits oxidative stress in tissues, which is responsible for joint inflammation*, by 24% on average
*Medical University of Graz, Institute for Medical and Chemical Laboratory Diagnostics (Status 17.12.2014)
In summary, the available results show that Powerinsole acts as an energy booster at the cellular level and can make a significant contribution to reducing physical regeneration time, improving cell regeneration and wound healing and maintaining general well-being.
The cell biological effectiveness of Powerinsole is a further important proof in addition to the many other scientific confirmations of its efficiency.