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Design Your Life With Genuine Nutrition: Be The Best You

Now, TeloMindSuper Food Concentrated Formula gives you what you need so YOU are the best version of yourself, every day and every night.

TeloMind™ is innovation in action using the famous pre-embryonic egg extract YTE® at the real dose as used in clinical trials in a nutrient-rich supporting formula.

The genuine fertilised and incubated avian egg extract – FIAEE – from Norwegian YTE® is crafted within a carefully designed botanical and amino acid rich formula for your enhanced well-being:

  • Maximised mental focus 

  • Stress relief 

  • Healthier cells 

  • Stronger libido 

  • Improved sleep 

  • Reduced muscle & joint pain 

  • Faster recovery from exercise and exertion 


You Need Genuine Nutrition To Be The Best You 


Now, TeloMindSuper Food Concentrated Formula gives you what you need so YOU are the best version of yourself, every day and every night. 

Non-GMO • Gluten Free • No Sugar • No Shark Cartilage • Carefully Sourced Ingredients At Clinical Dose



Unique proprietary Supporting Formula includes: 


  • Chaperone ingredients for increased uptake of the oligopeptides in the pre-embryonic egg extract
  • Plant-sourced botanicals with phytonutrients, trace minerals and vitamins 

  • Alkaline Extreme Low Temperature – AELT – processing to retain valuable nutrients. Yes, this is a more expensive process 
but the only way to guarantee you receive the original nutrition of the ingredients 

  • Full-spectrum and bioavailable amino acid complex for tissue repair 

  • The building blocks of protein 

  • Anti-inflammatory properties 

  • Modulates immune functions 

  • Supports digestive and immune health 
 Only genuine YTE® comes from incubated fertilized avian hen eggs. Don’t be fooled by “young tissue extract” or “youth tissue extract”. Only YTE® uses the patented, protected, trademarked process which locks in the super nutrients. 
The YTE® all-natural biological material is one of the most expensive raw ingredients in the world, which is why other products either contain no YTE® or insufficient quantities. 
This valuable and important ingredient is completely processed in Norway in high-status biotechnological plants. 


TeloMind™ contains FIAEE - authentic Fertilized Incubated Avian Egg Extract from genuine Norwegian YTE® in a powerful proprietary supporting formula of alkaline botanicals and amino acids for your enhanced sense of well-being. 

YTE® Clinical and Medical Studies

YTE® Lowering The Stress Response Study

In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study performed by Daacro GmbH & Co KG, Trier-CRO specialised in the testing of stress, the primary end-points were to test the possible effect of YTE in acute stress (TSST). The study specifically looked at:

  • Subjective evaluation of acute stress (VAS)
  • Cortisol level
  • Heart rate

The study used healthy male volunteers, age 20-50 years old. All volunteers were non-smokers.

The study showed that the participants taking YTE scored significantly lower in the subjective acute stress under TSST compared to the placebo group (graph below to the left).

In the group of chronically stressed TSST resulted in a higher increase in cortisol-release in the active group versus the placebo. While in the group without chronic stress TSST resulted in a lower increase in cortisol-release in the active versus the placebo group. This demonstrates that YTE normalises cortisol release. (Graph below to the right).

   

You can read this entire studies published paper on this link.

Effects of Powdered Fertilized Eggs on the stress response

YTE® Study Lowering Depression

Published in the Journal Of Medicinal Food a 12 week double-blind, placebo-controlled study investigated the effects of YTE® intake on outcome measures for depression. Fifty-five patients with depression were randomly assigned to receive YTE®, YTE® plus Melissa officinalis, or placebo for 12 weeks. At baseline, there were no significant differences in scores on the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D) or Beck Depression Inventory II (BDI-II) among the 3 groups. At 12 weeks, the HAM-D scores in groups treated with YTE or YTE with M.

Fifty-five patients with depression were randomly assigned to receive YTE®, YTE® plus Melissa officinalis, or placebo for 12 weeks. At baseline, there were no significant differences in scores on the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D) or Beck Depression Inventory II (BDI-II) among the 3 groups. At 12 weeks, the HAM-D scores in groups treated with YTE or YTE with M.

At 12 weeks, the HAM-D scores in groups treated with YTE or YTE with M. officinalis were both significantly lower than those in the placebo group. In addition, both treatment groups showed a significant improvement in depression as measured by the change in HAM-D scores from baseline to 12 weeks, whereas the placebo group showed no significant change. There were no significant differences between the 2 treatment groups. The study indicates that the fertilised egg powder has an

In addition, both treatment groups showed a significant improvement in depression as measured by the change in HAM-D scores from baseline to 12 weeks, whereas the placebo group showed no significant change. There were no significant differences between the 2 treatment groups. The study indicates that the fertilised egg powder has an

The study indicates that the fertilised egg powder has an anti depressive effect and may be an alternative or adjunct to anti-depressive medication for some patients.

You can read this full study on this link

Effects on Depression

YTE® Sexual Desire And Libido Enhancement Study

In 1997 a study was published in The Journal of International Medical Research through Cambridge Medical Publications. The study looked at how YTE® could increase male libido and the results from this double blind cross-over, placebo-controlled experiment were very conclusive.

Over periods as short as 2 weeks, 58% of participants with low sex drive noticed improvements. Data showed a significant increase in the frequency of intercourse, increased self-esteem, increased levels of happiness as well as stamina. In a separate Swedish study, 84% of men reported increased sexual desire.

This study can be read on this link:

Sexual Desire Study in Men

YTE® Study About Muscle Growth, Strength, and Performance.

Professor Törnblom conducted a six-week, double-blind placebo-controlled study at the University of Colorado and Arapahoe Community College involving thirty-two men and women ages nineteen to thirty-five. The study compared the effectiveness of two nutritional supplements in increasing muscle strength and muscle mass. The effects of taking 5 grams of a 50/50 blend of YTE and creatine were compared with taking only creatine monohydrate (5 grams). Results are shown below.

 

YTE - Creatine

Blended Monohydrate

Increases in Leg Press

21.2 Kg

12.2Kg

Increases in Bench Press

8.1Kg

6.1Kg

 

In addition, a number of subjective conditions, including energy levels, stamina, and subjective health, were also measured. Virtually all of the study participants who took YTE experienced a significant increase in physical energy, stamina, and muscle strength.

So what is YTE®?
YTE® is a worldwide patented food supplement exclusively made in Norway. It is a natural superfood that is made from the nutrients that are the source of life.

What does "YTE" mean?
YTE® stands for young tissue extract, This is because it is a nutrient that is extracted from fertilised hen eggs that have been incubated for 9 days. This patented process extracts all of the core nutrients from the egg white and is called PreEmbryonic Stage Extract (PESE).

It is important to note that "Young Tissue Extract" or "Youth Tissue Extract" are not the same as YTE®. Only YTE® is the patented, protected and powerful proprietary formula which has these effects. 

"Young Tissue Extract" or "Youth Tissue Extract" are simply descriptive words which cannot be trademarked so can refer to anything. Anyone can say they include these ingredients because there is no protection around the terms "Young Tissue Extract" or "Youth Tissue Extract". 

TeloMind™ only uses genuine Norwegian YTE®.

Who discovered YTE®?
YTE® was discovered back in 1929 by a Canadian Doctor called John R. Davidson. He was observing fertilised hen eggs and realised that on day 9 the egg went through an incredible growth spurt that caused a tripling of the embryo inside the egg. He hypothesised that the nutrients inside the egg on this ninth day must be very powerful if they could cause a tripling in the growth cycle.

Dr. Davidson then began treating his patients' tumours by injecting the YTE® nutrients direct into the tumours. After Dr Davidson's death, his research was lost for almost 50 years.In the 1970s, Norwegian scientists Dr. Bjoedne Eskeland and Nils Christian Anderson continued Dr. Davidson's work. They too recognised that the fertilised hen egg contained nutrients that were the source of life. As nutritional and scientific understanding had advanced since 1929, there was increased understanding of the nutrients extracted. It was understood that these contained a unique combination of amino acids, peptides and protein fractions that could help provide significant health benefits when consumed by humans. This included a complete array of 22 Amino Acids, vitamins, minerals, proteins as well as some very important growth factors.

What makes YTE® different?

The reason YTE® is such a powerful food supplement is because it comes from a natural source in the perfect synergistic combination to create life. Nature does not get it wrong with guess work and most supplements on the market are doing just that….. guessing at the right synergistic balance and quantity. YTE® is extracted and processed using a patented process that gets the nutrients just as the explosion of growth is about to happen inside the egg.

What are the benefits of YTE®?

YTE®  is not like most supplements where you may have to wait weeks or months to notice any difference in your health. When people begin taking YTE® they typically notice a difference within just a few days of taking YTE®.

YTE® is shown in clinical studies to reduce cortisol which is the body's master stress hormone. 

Directions For Use
To get the maximum results from YTE® it is important to take the amounts used in clinical studies. This equates to 4 capsules of TeloMind™ per day. An important point is that ALL of the clinical trials and medical studies have been done with the consumption of the equivalent of at least 4 capsules per day. It is crucial to use genuine YTE® at the clinical dose.

Ginkgo Biloba

The premium Ginkgo Biloba concentrate used in TeloMind™ is known to safely increase blood flow to the brain and act as an antioxidant, fighting the free radicals which otherwise increase as you age, damaging DNA and other cells. There is no other Ginkgo Biloba concentrate that can match the quality of this living fossil, carefully sourced and independently tested to be free of heavy metals and moulds. This allows our Ginkgo Biloba to be more effective for your benefit.

L-Argenine

Arginine was first isolated from a lupin seedling extract in 1886 by the German chemist Ernst Schultze. This remarkable amino acid helps blood vessels relax and improves circulation including blood flow to the arteries of the heart, build muscle mass, enhance immunity, improve blood pressure, increase memory and speed wound healing

Based on hundreds of studies, L-arginine, has become known as a safe and effective prosexual nutrient for men and women: one study found that 73.5% of women who took a supplement containing L-Argenine experienced greater sexual satisfaction.

Inulin

. Converted in the body into a chemical called nitric oxide, this causes blood vessels to open wider for improved blood flow. L-arginine also stimulates the release of growth hormone

and insulin,

The best natural food sources include chicory, bananas, asparagus, Jerusalem artichoke, jicama, leeks, onions, garlic, and chicory and dandelion root. This water-soluble prebiotic fiber is indigestible to you but helps nourish beneficial bacteria in your body.

Further information about YTE®: 

What does YTE mean?
YTE® stands for young tissue extract, This is because it is a nutrient that is extracted from fertilised hen eggs that have been incubated for 9 days. Using a patented process that extracts all of the core nutrients from the egg white called PreEmbryonic Stage Extract (PESE). 

Who discovered YTE®?
YTE® was discovered back in 1929 by a Canadian Doctor called John R. Davidson. He was observing fertilised hen eggs and realised that on day 9 the egg went through an incredible growth spurt that caused a tripling of the embryo inside the egg. He hypothesised that the nutrients inside the egg on this ninth day must be very powerful if they could cause a tripling in the growth cycle.

Dr. Davidson then began treating his patients tumours by injecting the YTE® nutrients direct into the tumours. However unfortunately he died just as he was seeing success with his technique and his research was lost for almost 50 years.

That was until 50 years later when a Norwegian scientist named Dr. Bjoedne Eskeland made the same discovery as Dr. Davidson that the fertilised hen egg contained nutrients that were the source to life. As nutritional and scientific understanding had advanced a lot since 1929 Dr. Bjoedne Eskeland understood immediately that the nutrients extracted contained a special combination of amino acids, peptides and protein fractions that could help provide an incredible array of health benefits when consumed by humans. This included a complete array of 22 Amino Acids, vitamins, minerals, proteins as well as some very important growth factors.

What makes YTE® different?
The reason YTE® is such a powerful food supplement is because it comes from a natural source in the perfect synergistic combination to create life. Nature does not get it wrong with guess work and most supplements on the market are doing just that….. guessing at the right synergistic balance and quantity. YTE® is extracted and processed using a patented process that gets the nutrients just as the explosion of growth is about to happen inside the egg.

What are the benefits of YTE®?
YTE®  is not like most supplements where you may have to wait weeks or months to notice any difference in your health. When people begin taking YTE® they typically notice a difference within just a few days of taking YTE®.

The most common change people notice is their sleep quality as it typically becomes much better and more rested.

People commonly report that they do not find themselves tossing and turning as much and enjoy a much more rejuvenating deep sleep.

The next most common customer feedback is that they have more energy and recover from physical exertion or exercise quicker. For anyone who plays a sport or goes to the gym this usually is noticeable by being less sore the day after exercise.

Another common customer feedback is that (usually) within 7 - 14 days their skin becomes less sallow and takes on a heather glow and a more pastel complexion.

The next most common benefit people report is that they feel much calmer and less stressed. This is because YTE® is shown in clinical studies to reduce cortisol which is the bodies master stress hormone.

Next most commonly reported benefit in month one is that concentration and general brain function is improved. That brain fog lifts because the YTE® supports brain function.

Directions For Use
To get the maximum results from YTE® you must take 4 capsules per day. An important point is that ALL of the clinical trials and medical studies have been done with the consumption of the equivalent of 4 capsules of YTE® per day. We mention this because there are questionable companies making claims on their product that uses tiny amounts of YTE® or they only sell a a 30 pill package for 30 days. This is not enough YTE® per day to feel any significant benefit that is why we use pure YTE® and supply only 120 capsule pots for one month supply.

Further information About Amino Acids:

What are Amino Acids?

The human body is approximately 20% protein and the basic building block of protein is amino acids. When we eat protein it is digested into amino acids in the same way that carbohydrates become simple sugars and fats become fatty acids. Because amino acids contain nitrogen they can form tissues such as organs, muscles, skin and hair.

Amino acids enable enzymes and neurotransmitters so they regulate almost every metabolic process in the body.

Which Amino Acids Are Used Where?

YTE® contains ALL 22 amino acids in the ideal, natural proportions of genuine YTE®. We include the right dose of YTE®, as used in clinical trials. 


What Types Of Amino Acids do you need?
There are over 200 different amino acids of which 22 are really important amino acids essential for good human health.

Proteinogenic amino acids are broken into two groups - essential and non essential amino acids.

What is the difference between essential and non essential amino acids?
Essential amino acids are not produced by the body and must be consumed in the food we eat.

Non essential amino acids can be produced inside the body but this production process can be restricted by our environment such as the pollution caused by burning fossil-fuels, the hormones fed to cattle, the intensive use of fertilisers in agriculture, and habits such as smoking and drinking, all of which can prevent our bodies from fully using what we eat.

Worse still is the amount of nutrition that is lost from our food through processing before we actually get to eat it...

By providing the body with optimal nutrition, amino acids help to replace what is lost and, in doing so, promote well-being and vitality.(1)

In the human genome, proteinogenic amino acids build proteins. The 8 essential amino acids are isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. 

The 12 non essential amino acids are alanine, arginine, asparagine, aspartic acid, cysteine, glutamine, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, proline, serine and tyrosine.

The full list of the 22 amino acids is:

  1. Alanine 
    2. Arginine 
    3. Asparagine 
    4. Aspartic acid 
    5. Cysteine 
    6. Cystine 
    7. Glutamine 
    8. Glutamic acid 
    9. Glycine 
    10. Histidine 
    11. Hydroxyproline
  2. Isoleucine - Essential 
    13. Leucine - Essential 
    14. Lysine - Essential 
    15. Methionine - Essential 
    16. Phenylalanine - Essential 
    17. Proline 
    18. Serine 
    19. Threonine - Essential 
    20. Tryptophan - Essential 
    21. Tyrosine 
    22. Valine - Essential

In addition, there's a 23rd amino acid called Ornithine which is also contained in YTE®.

Ornithine is a fascinating amino acid, claimed to be the most potent amino acid for stimulating the production and release of Human Growth Hormone from the pituitary gland. HGH is a powerful rejuvenator - its use has the potential to reverse aging by up to 10 to 20 years. Studies of Ornithine have shown the ability to regenerate the thymus gland, liver, heart tissue, enhance muscle growth and increase immune system function.

Ornithine has an antifatigue effect by increasing the efficiency of energy consumption and promoting the excretion of ammonia. This amino acid is not rich in meats or fish, so it is difficult to obtain from ordinary meals that would be enough to promote the antifatigue effect. Some doctors recommend Ornithine intake as a nutritional supplement in cases of physical fatigue. (18)  Ornithine is one of the important amino acids within YTE®. YTE® has all the amino acids in perfect natural balance.

Your kidneys convert ornithine into arginine, another amino acid that benefits your body in several ways. Arginine is a precursor for a compound called nitric oxide, which helps dilate your blood vessels when you require extra blood to your tissues. Arginine also helps your muscle cells produce creatine, a compound they need to contract.

Research suggests consuming extra ornithine can help promote physical strength and endurance. A study published in the November 2008 issue of "Nutrition Research" found healthy subjects who took extra ornithine experienced less exercise-induced fatigue than a placebo group. The authors concluded ornithine promotes more efficient energy usage by cells and they recommend it as an nutritional supplement to prevent fatigue.

Who needs amino acids the most?
Everyone needs a balanced pool of amino acids for optimum health but many people are suffering from amino imbalances because of poor and inconsistent intake of through their diets.

A recent study from Germany carried out by the DAK has revealed that older people in particular are more prone to suffering from malnutrition. “If the body is lacking in the minimum energy and nutrients, the body cannot carry out its bodily and mental functions. Without the necessary vitamins, proteins (amino acids), trace elements and minerals, there is a risk of debilities and metabolic disorders which can have serious consequences.”(2)

Older people are not the only ones who this applies to, for young people can also be affected by the negative consequences of a limited supply of nutrients. These include weight problems, hair loss, skin problems, sleep disorders, mood swings and/or erectile disorders but also arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular imbalance (high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure) or even menopausal complaints.

What do each of the Amino Acids do in the body?
Amino acids are critical to almost every function in the human body - here is a list of some amino acid typical functions within the body:

The essential amino acids:

Isoleucine
Plays a pivotal role in the energy supply of muscle tissue, which is particularly critical during periods of extensive exercise or in acute hunger periods.

Unless present in sufficient quantity in the blood, the body will access its storage reserves, which will inevitably lead to a reduction of L-Leucine and muscle mass. This effect must be avoided by athletes trying to build muscle mass.(3)

Leucine 
Plays a central role in the metabolism of muscle tissue therefore contributing to both its generation and preservation. It is an important building block for many proteins and therefore supports various healing processes. A deficiency, however, can also be caused by an undersupply of Vitamin B6.(3)

Lysine
Plays a particularly important role in the immune system.

It is also involved in protein biosynthesis, especially in building collagen together with the amino acids Glycine and Proline. An Lysine deficiency may therefore result in broken skin, fragile nails and in extreme cases loss of hair.

Lysine is thought to reduce the processing of arginine of the herpes virus, because both amino acids use the same transport system. In cases of herpes infections arginine should be consumed together with Lysine. There is also evidence that it increases the effectiveness of arginine, because it slows down the transition of arginine from the vascular system into the muscle cells.(4)

There is also evidence that Lysine can reduce blood sugar in Diabetes Type 2 patients.(5)

Methionine
Plays many roles in the body as it is the only amino acid containing sulphur. This effects many areas one prominent one being joint health because joint cartilage because it requires sulphur for its production. Studies of both healthy and arthritic patients show that healthy people have 3 times the level of sulphur than those suffering arthritic conditions.(7)

Methionine also plays a pivotal role in many neurotransmitters and the production of hair and nails(8)

Tryptophan
Has lots of positive effects on the human body, it can be used to combat certain medical conditions and contribute to recovery. Several studies have already been carried out in order to confirm these assumptions, and have convincingly proven the effectiveness of essential amino acids.

A study in 2010 examined, for example, to what extent Tryptophan can halt the spread of a common liver condition (steatohepatitis).(9)

Furthermore, this essential amino acid has positive effects on irritable bowel syndrome.(10)
The less Tryptophan there is in the body, the more serious the symptoms of this condition; Tryptophan can therefore be used to relieve irritable bowel syndrome.

Finally, this protein substance has already been proven to be very effective in combating depression, and it has become the most important anti-depressant which does not have side effects.(11)

The non essential amino acids:

Alanine 
Is a critical player in the body’s protein biosynthesis and has certain regulatory functionality. Muscle protein consists of approximately 6% of L-alanine. 30% of the L-alanine in the blood is synthesised by muscle, which demonstrates its importance to the overall metabolism.

Alanine also helps to support the immune system and prevent kidney stones. Alanine has been shown in studies to protect the prostate gland and is even thought to be a potential treatment for prostate cancer.(12)

Alanine was also shown in a 2002 study to be beneficial to the condition of diabetes.(13)

Arginine
This is one of the most well known amino acids and it has a host of well known and documented benefits for the human body such as:

  • as a natural virility remedy for the treatment of erectile disorders (erectile dysfunction)
  • to contribute significantly to the health of the overall vascular system lowering the risk of strokes and heart attack
  • encourage healthy muscle growth
  • to lower hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • to strengthen the immune system
  • to improve insulin resistance in cases of diabetes
  • helps to maintain fats and cholesterols at healthy levels
  • as an accompanying treatment for arteriosclerosis (vascular calcification)
  • to improve the blood flow in capillaries (e.g. in cases of tinnitus or hair loss)
  • prevent unwanted blood clotting such as in heart attacks
  • to facilitate and restore memory and learning

In 1998 the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was won by Luis Ignarro, Robert Furchgott and Ferid Murad for their research on the benefits of Nitric Oxide (NO) and its primary reactant (building block) Arginine.

Click here for more information including a video of Dr Ignarro explaining the various health benefits gained from Arginine supplementation.

Cysteine
Cysteine has many roles in the body but one notable one is its role in helping the body to produce Glutathione which helps to protect tissues and organs and has an anti ageing role in the body through protection of cells. Cysteine helps to eliminate free radicals and plays a role in keeping our blood healthy and our immune system strong.

Cysteine is also being used to help treat osteoporosis because it was proved in a study that osteoporosis sufferers had lower levels of Cysteine.(14)

Glutamine
Used enormously throughout the body it represents 60% of the free amino acids in the body. Glutamine plays many roles in healthy skin and crucially is used to keep our bodies acid alkaline balance in check. Glutamine is vital in the bodies energy and immune system as it can be converted into energy when the body needs to. As an important regulator Glutamine plays a role in good concentration and sleep as well.

Histidine
The preventative and therapeutic potential of histidine has not yet been fully explored, although several studies have already been carried out which have proven the effectiveness of this vital substance in medical treatment.

Histidine Can Lower Blood Pressure it was discovered that this amino acid can lower the blood pressure. (15)  As histidine relaxes the blood vessels, it can get rid of hypertension and help prevent cardiovascular conditions, such as arteriosclerosis and heart attacks.

Researchers also proved that the daily consumption of a nutritional supplement containing histidine can reduce the risk of cardiovascular conditions by up to 60.9%.

A further area where the use of histidine supplements is important is the treatment of chronic kidney failure, which is particularly common among the elderly. A low concentration of histidine in the blood plasma increases the inflammatory activity of the body and leads to a rise in oxidative stress, so supplementation of histidine is directly associated with a reduced mortality rate. (16)

Furthermore, it has recently been discovered that histidine, in combination with zinc (which is made easier to absorb into the body by the amino acid), can be effective against colds. A study was carried out with over 40 participants to investigate to what extent the intake of zinc and histidine can minimise the duration of a viral or bacterial infection. The researchers came to the conclusions that the consumption of both these vital substances together shortens the length of a common cold by an average of 3.6 days. (17)

 

ALL the amino acids are contained in the ideal, natural proportions of genuine YTE®. We include the right dose of YTE®, as used in clinical trials. 

 

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