A Formula for life
Have you ever wondered how a child physically develops at such a dramatic rate? How a young person can exert so much energy and recover almost instantly? Are you curious about why a child is able to pick up languages so quickly and how they can remember the smallest details? You might imagine that it is just one of the benefits of being young and carefree…ah, youth. There is actually an even more evolutionary reason for this phenomenon. It is indeed about fewer years of life and wear and tear physically, mentally and spiritually…but more than that, it is about the proximity to the embryonic state of being that supports all life…at birth and beyond.
The real answer lies in a compound that is essential in supporting embryonic development; it is called Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF). While FGF is readily available in the human placenta, its availability to the human body diminishes over time and essentially vanishes as we age. Our body is incapable of producing its own FGF, so it must derive it from the food supply.
That is where LifePharm’s Laminine® fills a crucial, missing link
in the human chain of life.
Research credits FGF with essentially reprogramming adult stem cells and amino acids in the body (which make up its natural repair tools) to travel to the areas that need it the most. Once there, these repair tools have the ability to integrate themselves with that particular body part. Their mission then becomes to repair and regenerate the cells and tissue in that location, wherever it is in the body. This explains why Laminine has demonstrated a wide range of benefits for different people, and in varying parts of the body.
Laminine is formulated with a proprietary combination of ingredients that are natural and provide the body with all 22 of the amino acids needed for cellular health:
Fertilized Avian Egg Extract
The secret weapon in the Laminine formula is called Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF). This compound helps the proper stem cells to restore the body’s organs back to their natural state where they function at their best. Found in the human placenta, FGF gradually decreases over time. That’s when we start to see the signs of premature aging and degeneration.