Nutrition is the science of providing your body with the materials for energy, growth and rebuilding. You may not know this, but your entire body renews every cell in it every seven years. The different organs of your body renew at different speeds. For example, your stomach lining is replaced every five days. Your skin is completely renewed every month: your liver, every six weeks; your brain, every two months; your heart every three months and so on.
Everyone has heard of vitamins and minerals. Vitamins are those things in your food produced by living things that are essential for health. Scurvy, for example, is the result of a vitamin C deficiency and can be fatal if no vitamin C is supplied. Indeed, between 1500 and 1800, scurvy was the leading cause of death aboard ships, killing more sailors than all other diseases, disasters, and battles combined!
Minerals are those things that are not manufactured by living things, but are necessary in small or large amounts for your health. Calcium, for instance, builds strong bones and teeth. Magnesium also builds strong bones and teeth and is necessary for the normal functioning of your heart, muscles and kidneys.
In the 1990s, antioxidants became popular after research discovered that cells age and are damaged when substances that have lost an electron (free radicals) steal an electron from other material in the cells, thus making the cells unstable, age and die.
Just as a fire is accelerated by providing oxygen to it, your cells burn up faster when oxidants (free radicals) attack them. Anti-oxidants simply provide enough extra electrons to “turn off” these free radicals by supplying the needed electrons. Thus anti-oxidants slow down aging and help reduce inflammation.
Now there is something so completely revolutionary that it actually won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in October 2012: stem cells. Stem cells are cells that can become different types of cells, for instance a stem cell might become a brain cell or nerve cell. Other stem cells might become liver cells, heart cells or cells of other organs. This is how the single cell of a fertilized egg can become the entire body: eyes, stomach, skin, hair, etc. In addition to becoming various types of cells, stem cells also have the ability to renew themselves throughout the life of the body.
Stem cell treatment has been of great interest because scientists and doctors realize that stem cells might be able to regenerate failing and diseased parts of the body. As an example in 2010, surgeons in the United Kingdom gave an 11 year-old boy a brand new trachea (the airway in the throat) that was grown entirely from his own stem cells. Two years later, at the age of 13, the boy was well, happy and did not need any drugs to prevent his body from rejecting that implant because it was actually grown from his own cells.
As reported in the British Medical Association Journal in 2012, an American surgeon, Robert Lanza, enabled two women, who had degeneration of vision in their eyes (macular degeneration), to partially regain some of the sight they lost using stem cell treatment by injecting stem cells into their eyes. On the basis of this work, he was granted FDA approval for clinical trials in the US.
Stem cell treatment for a leg injury allowed Raven to become the highest scoring TeamUSA horse at the London 2012 Olympics.
Previously stem cells were only found in embryos and were controversial because obtaining those stem cells required destroying the embryo. However, Shinya Yamanaka, one of the two scientists sharing the 2012 Nobel Prize for Medicine for their work in stem cells, discovered a way to make mouse stem cells from ordinary skin cells of an adult mouse. This was a huge breakthrough because it provided a way to turn ordinary cells into stem cells, which an adult body might use to renew and repair damaged organs. This opens the door to stem cell treatment on a much wider scale.
In order to transform these cells, he put the skin cells into a solution containing growth factors. Growth factors are capable of signaling other cells to grow larger, split to make more cells, and to differentiate into particular types of cells, such as stomach cells or skin cells. (These growth factors should not to be confused with human growth hormone which is a totally different thing.)
There are special cells in your body that can develop into bone, cartilage or collagen. (Collagen holds the body together; is found in your skin, the clear part of your eye, cartilage, bone, blood vessels, intestines, and the discs of your spinal cord and makes up about 30% of your body.) These special cells are called fibroblasts because they are in the shape of fibers. The growth factor that signals these cells to become new skin, hair, nails and blood vessels is called fibroblast growth factor. As you might imagine, this growth factor is very important in healing wounds.
Fibroblast growth factor also plays an important role in the development and maintenance of your brain and nerve cells. So much so that its lack can lead to birth defects or brain or nerve malfunction. The reason Laminine is unique and completely different from any other supplement on the market is because Laminine contains fibroblast growth factor. It is this unique property that may explain its wide range of results.
Several published scientific studies on the key ingredient of Laminine have shown it may improve stamina, energy, vitality and focus. They have also shown it may allow people to enjoy faster recovery from physical exercise, reduce signs of normal aging, improve emotional balance, enhance muscle tone & strength, increase alertness and reduce physical & mental stress.
These benefits of Laminine involve cortisol. Cortisol is a hormone produced by your adrenal glands, which sit on top of your kidneys. Cortisol is the hormone that prepares you for “fight or flight.” Small amounts of cortisol are beneficial. They help regulate your blood sugar, blood pressure and your immune system. Just as a bit, not too much, of the unexpected makes for an interesting life. So, does a bit of cortisol make for a healthy body.
However, when stress becomes chronic, your body produces too much cortisol, which can worsen your memory, speed aging, suppress thyroid function, increase blood sugar too much, decrease bone density, decrease muscle mass, raise blood pressure, depress your immune system, slow wound healing and increase appetite, weight & stomach fat. The last two have been shown to increase your risk of heart attacks and strokes. Thankfully, Laminine has been shown to reduce cortisol levels.
Laminine has also been shown to regulate serotonin. Serotonin is produced in your brain and intestines and promotes more restful sleep, an overall sense of well-being and happiness. It also regulates bone growth and maintenance; aids brain function and can increase physical and mental strength. Laminine can increase serotonin where low and decrease it where it is too high.
Laminine also regulates dopamine, which produces a feeling of pleasure. For instance, cocaine produces its euphoria by increasing dopamine levels in the brain. Dopamine also contributes to being more goal-oriented.
In July 2011, the Journal of Medicinal Food published a study showing the main ingredient of Laminine was effective for depression. (“The Effects of Powdered Fertilized Eggs on Depression”) The study followed 55 people for 12 weeks and found Laminine significantly helped depression.
Laminine is unique in providing growth factors that permit your body to renew and repair itself. Laminine does not heal or cure. It simply supports the normal function and structure of your body so that your body can renew and repair itself.
To take Laminine, it’s best to load the body in the beginning and that takes 3 bottles for the first month; less afterwards depending on your results. I’ve found about 30% of people get results in hours or days, 30% in a month, others take 3 months and some get no results.
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To summarize, Laminine is unique in providing growth factors that permit your body to renew and repair itself. Laminine does not heal or cure. It simply supports the normal function and structure of your body so that your body can renew and repair itself.
About the Author
Peter Glickman graduated from Reed College in 1968 with a BA in Psychology and a double minor in art and mathematics. He has been involved in health since 1994. He has managed a chiropractic clinic, established a massage school curriculum for licensing in Georgia, and established a medical/chiropractic rehab clinic and a chelation clinic. (Chelation is an alternative medical practice. It uses an intravenous solution to dissolve plaque in the arteries of the entire circulatory system.)
In 2003, Mr. Glickman discovered the Master Cleanse, found it to be dramatically effective as a detox diet and began to promote it through his website. In 2004 he wrote “Lose Weight Have More Energy &Be Happier In Ten Days,” a book on the Master Cleanse. Since then, his book has been translated into eight foreign languages, was on Amazon’s alternative medicine bestseller list for more than four years and is currently in the top 10 books on Kindle for Preventative Medicine.
In 2012, Mr. Glickman discovered Laminine and now actively promotes it because he finds it to be a unique supplement that also produces unique, beneficial results for many people.