A 12-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled study investigated the effects of fertilized egg powder (Young Tissue Extract; YTE®) intake on outcome measures for depression.
This clinical trial reported by the renowned National Center for Biotechnology Information in the "Journal of Medicinal Food" concludes that YTE elevates 17-ketosteroid levels in the adrenal glands, which decreases stress-related hormones such as cortisol.
It is known that the "stress hormone" cortisol influences depression, energy, sleep patterns and even weight gain.
An upset in the stress response in this way may play a role in major depression.
The scientific report states that YTE may have a beneficial effect on subjective stress and the endocrine stress response.
The treatment significantly improved scores on the HAM-D after 12 weeks of treatment. These studies suggest that YTE may influence mood and depression.
It is well known that amino acids are essential to good health. A number of other supplements have tried to incorporate YTE but none use YTE at the real dose with the right combination of ingredients, except AminoBoosters.
Competitors like Laminine or Stemfit Active are many times more expensive and either do not contain genuine YTE at all or contain small (unstated) amounts without the support of the right combination formula.
Some supplements even contain shark cartilage with all the dangers that represents. Here at Get Your Boom! Back we will NEVER use shark cartilage. We will NEVER use dangerous, poor quality ingredients and certainly not from threatened species. We will NEVER manufacture in China, as some supplement companies do.
We ALWAYS use top quality, genuine ingredients at the right dose, manufactured to strict guidelines.
We are all looking to increase energy through choosing the right wellness products. When we get more energy, we have a better quality of life. It's that simple.
The stated goal of the National Center for Biotechnology Information through it's Journal of Medicinal Food is to advance science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. You can read the report by clicking here.
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