Plasmapheresis (w/yFFP)

Age Rejuvenation with Young Plasma (yFFP) Therapy

Are you ready to turn back the clock on aging and experience a rejuvenation like never before? Discover the incredible potential of Young Plasma therapy, a groundbreaking approach that’s changing the way we view aging.

Understanding Age Rejuvenation


Chronokines, which can either accelerate aging or promote rejuvenation, are at the heart of the aging process. Recent research suggests that these “youth factors” play a pivotal role in how our bodies age and can be influenced. Older individuals carry a preponderance of chronokines that accelerate aging so procedures like plasma apheresis can remove or dilute many of these and decrease the stimulus for accelerated aging. Now, with young plasma, not only do we remove the old plasma with apheresis but we then replace it with plasma provided by individuals age 18-25 that are in the age group of peak human health and reproduction. This provides for removal of old chronokines and replacement with chronokines that signal youth.

Young Plasma: The Miracle Elixir

Young Plasma therapy is not science fiction; it’s science fact. Studies have shown remarkable transformations at both the morphologic and functional levels:

  • Morphologic Changes: Studies have reported increased neurogenesis, enhanced synaptic plasticity, improved mitochondrial patterning in muscle cells, and more.
  • Functional Changes: Clients have reported a boost in cognitive function, exercise endurance, grip strength, and olfaction – all essential components of youthful living.

“Intriguingly, we observed an almost universal loss of gene expression with age…aged blood reduces global gene expression, and young blood restores it.” (Wyss-Coray paper)


Age-Dependent Alterations

Young plasma alters 1,000 hematopoietic stem cells genes, perhaps indicating a tight-knit relationship between ageing of the immune system and changes in blood composition. This rejuvenation process is deeply rooted in the restoration of autophagy, a key element in promoting youthful vitality.

Pálovics R, Keller A, Schaum N, et al. Molecular hallmarks of heterochronic parabiosis at single-cell resolution. Nature. 2022;603(7900):309-314.

Aging and Brain Endothelial Cells

Studies show young plasma infusions rejuvenates the capillary transcriptome, particularly in brain endothelial cells. These rejuvenation effects have the potential to redefine the aging process.

Chen MB, Yang AC, Yousef H, et al. Brain endothelial cells are exquisite sensors of age-related circulatory cues. Cell Rep. 2020;30(13):4418-4432.e4.

Composition of Young FFP

Young Fresh Frozen Plasma (yFFP®) is a treasure trove of rejuvenation.

In just 200ml of young plasma

  •  374 billion exosomes
  •  10,500+ individual proteins
  •  5K different peptides
  •  45 cytokines
  •  50 different sex-specific hormones, enzymes, and minerals
  • AND most people receive 1000ml in a typical exchange so multiply the above numbers by 5

It’s a rejuvenation elixir like no other.

We feel it provides so much more than umbilical stem cells

FDA Safety Data

Feel confident in the safety and potential of Young Plasma therapy.

The Red Cross estimates 6,500 units of plasma are used daily in the United States and the FDA in its 2019 annual transfusion analysis reported that out of 2.1 million multi-unit transfusions of plasma that year, one avoidable plasma-related fatality occurred. In 2020 & 2021, there were no plasma-related fatalities. Complications are rare and include; rash, itching, infection from the needle puncture site. Serious complications are excessively rare and may include; hypertension, fluid overload, fluid build-up in the lungs, and anaphylactic reactions.

Therapeutic Potential for Alzheimer’s Disease

Young Plasma has been shown to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, offering hope to affected individuals. Clinical studies have shown benefits for cognitive and functional decline. Our clinic is participating in the Golden Gift Study which is looking at the impact of young plasma transfusions in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Effects on Adult Human Cardiac Stem Cells

Young Plasma therapy can boost proliferation and metabolism in cardiac stem cells while reducing senescence. This groundbreaking research demonstrates the positive effects of young plasma.

Don’t miss out on the chance to explore the rejuvenating power of Young Plasma therapy. It’s time to take control of your aging journey and embrace a future filled with vitality. Join us today and be part of the age rejuvenation revolution!

Ready to take the first step? Contact us now for a consultation and embark on your journey to a younger you!