Nobel Laureate Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgyi initiated the research which led to the development of fermented wheat germ extract (FWGE). Dr. Szent-Gyorgyi was honored with the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1937 for his contribution to the discovery of vitamin C and for describing the processes of oxidative glucose metabolism, which provides cells with energy and defines healthy cell function. Dr. Szent-Gyorgyi set out to find compounds that would inhibit the non-oxidative, hyper-glucose metabolism that fuels cell proliferation in abnormal cells, and he published data showing that compounds found naturally in wheat germ have this effect, and could help regulate and restore healthy cell metabolism. Today, we’re helping people learn more about the benefits of fermented wheat germ extract and Dr. Szent Gyorgyi’s research, so they can discover how it can protect their health at the cellular level while increasing their quality of life. Learn more about FWGE today!