You’ve probably seen ads for something called Cenegenics on TV and online. Cenegenics is an age management company that claims to make you look and feel younger through health tests, supplements, screenings, and hormone therapy. This Las Vegas-based company was founded in 1997 and now has more than 20 locations throughout the United States. Here’s how Cenegenics works and why it may not be the best fit for you.
The Foundation of Cenegenics
The age management program of Cenegenics is based on four main services: telomere testing, a heart disease prevention program, the Elite Health program, and a range of products, including skincare, fitness devices, supplements, and Cenegenics Private Formulations.
Heart Disease Prevention
The first component of Cenegenics is working to prevent stroke and heart disease through a physical exam that discusses your risk factors. You will also under CIMT testing to evaluate plaque in your vascular system as well as testing for genetic and inflammatory markers that predict your disease risk. Based on the results, you will enter a personalized Elite Program to address concerns.
The Cenegenics Elite Program is a personalized program that considers your baseline physiological and metabolic baselines to reduce your risk of disease and meet your goals. This program may include an exercise regimen or recommendations for supplements and hormone therapy.
Telomere testing is done to check the biological age of your cells and analyze the ability of your cells to duplicate. The length of your telomeres offers a clue to your overall health and longevity. Telomere testing costs a few hundred dollars and the benefits of the test are questionable. According to a molecular biologist who spoke with the New York Times, just 1% of people with the shortest telomeres are actually at risk of many diseases and there is no real science in place to understand the consequences of telomere length.
The cost of the Cenegenics program adds up when you consider the multitude of products you will likely be advised to purchase. Fitness wear may cost more than $100 each while skincare products are usually more than $100. Supplements may cost anywhere from $5 to $600 each while Private Formulations may top $200. The initial assessment fee you will pay when you sign up for Cenegenics can cost upwards of $3,000 or more, according to customer reviews, while hormone replacement therapy will likely add a few thousand to your monthly cost. Most customers pay more than $1,000 per month in supplement costs on top of an $800 monthly “medical fee.”
Is Cenegenics for You?
Cenegenics is based on sound science, although it focuses a great deal on costly products and unnecessarily high fees. The program is not as customizable as it may seem, either; most customers are pushed into hormone replacement whether or not it’s called for. If you have a legitimate hormone deficiency and are also interested in the anti-aging benefits of a Cenegenics alternative like hormone replacement, a better option is working directly with an experienced hormone specialist for more.
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