Is caviar the latest health powerhouse?

Published May 13, 2021, 9:31 AM

by Dr. Kaycee Reyes

More than a luxe delicacy


Sounds fishy? Hear this out first. Caviar, or fish roe, has been a staple among royalty and luxe cuisine for hundreds of years, dating back to Middle Eastern and European nobility. Its rarity, quality, and taste made it popular among the rich. Did you know that it has a host of health benefits as well? This sought-after delicacy is now available as a supplement that could change the anti-aging market for good. Could this be too good to be true?

Caviar is more accessible nowadays with harvesting and alternatives such as salmon and trout. But the original caviar comes from wild female sturgeon roe that is mainly found in the seas of the northern hemisphere. This type of fish, however, has slowly decreased in number in the last century, leading to its prices becoming extremely high. This original caviar, aside from its taste and texture, offers important health benefits as well. It has Omega 3 Fatty Acids that are good for brain, eye, and heart health, selenium that helps with immunity, and vitamin B12 that is essential for a healthy nervous system, among others. Now, after years of research, Swiss company Caviarlieri captures all the goodness of rare sturgeon roe into the first of its kind, potent caviar supplement using Swiss Cold “Cellularix” DNA extraction technology.

Each capsule, developed and manufactured in Switzerland, contains Caviar Cellular DNA Extract with bioactive marine peptides that help deliver nutrients at the cellular level, making it stand out among other food supplements. With repair and regeneration happening at the cellular level, this supplement might possibly prevent or delay degenerative diseases. It also contains marine collagen and Eeastin for bone, skin, nails, and hair; Coenzyme Q10, a powerful antioxidant; and selenium. Caviarlieri boasts of a host of skin and health benefits, including higher energy, stimulation of collagen production, decreased joint pain, stronger immunity and reduced inflammation, better quality of sleep, and improved brain, bone, and eye health. It is also helps with satiety and weight control.

Caviarlieri is a promising supplement that could help with aging and overall health. Its potent properties, extensive research, as well as its ability to interact at a cellular level make it truly worth a try. As with any other health product or supplement, however, seek your physician’s advice before trying it on your own. Product innovations such as these offer another alternative to other anti-aging and beauty vitamins and supplements. But with the favorable results of Caviarlieri from its ongoing evidence-backed studies, it could potentially be the next anti-aging and health powerhouse.