When we started down the path of looking to provide its customers a solid, proven nutritional supplement to aid the brain in regulating the body and build a stronger body, we searched for an amino acid and oligopeptide combination which had all the required nourishment for the task at hand.

We found numerous studies for the cause and effect of individual amino acids, peptides and hormones, not to mention an equal number of products touting high dosages of one over another as beneficial for consumption. What was not clear was how many companies had developed and proven the right “combination” of amino acids, peptides, and growth factors required? It didn’t surprise us to find there were none. So we embarked on our own research project. We looked for a balanced amino acid/peptide blend in nature, which could meet our needs with minimal additions.

That is when we discovered that in 1929 a Canadian doctor, Dr. John Ralston Davison, theorized that an injected extract from fertilized hen eggs could be helpful for a number of his cancer patients. In fact, he spent well over a decade developing and researching his theory. However, when Dr. Davidson passed away in 1943, his research on fertilized hen eggs quickly and quietly came to a halt and was lost.

It wasn’t until almost 50 years later that the pursuit of fertilized hen egg extract was revived by Norway’s foremost expert on egg research,
Dr. Bjodne Eskeland.

Dr. Eskeland also hypothesized that partially incubated, fertilized hen eggs 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.

In theory, these partially incubated, fertilized eggs – specifically 9-day-old fertilized eggs, contain all the nutrients required to start a new life. This includes vitamins, minerals and proteins, as well as important defense factors, growth factors, hormones and other biologically active components. While not much was known about the growth factor at the time, the high level of oligopeptides (small peptides) gave credence to research we had done on the necessity of rapid transport across the digestive membrane in order to derive effective benefits from amino acids.

We felt this could be the best “base” ingredient for our formulation.
Laminine’s parent company, LifePharm, Looked into what was being done with this key ingredient that had so many benefits.
They contacted the team of scientists in Norway working with it and now have exclusive rights for distribution and have it manufactured exclusively for us at Laminine.

A patented process extracts the critical nutritional fluid from the white of an egg at the protoembryonic stage, so we called it ProtoEmbryonic Stage Extract (PESE). The extract not only provided a mechanism of rapid transport of very critical nutrients, but also contained Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor, which is most probably responsible for the amino acids and peptides to be utilized in the right manner, by “directing” their correct use by the body. The growth factor is also responsible for nurturing the body’s own stem cells both differentiated, and undifferentiated. Common amino acid formulations do not contain this growth factor, and may not be utilized by the brain in the most efficient manner.

Our team of scientists lead by Dr. Alex Martin, a leading doctor in the study of nutritional supplements, at the LifePharm institute of technology went to work to develop the perfect supplement. Using PESE as a base ingredient, we looked at the symptoms caused most by our diets and environment and then looked to “super charge” the PESE for modern day use. Skin and hair health, moods (depression), memory loss, fatigue and cardiovascular health are most affected by today’s lifestyle. These individual symptoms and how Laminine addresses them are covered later in this booklet.

Having a perfectly balanced, natural, transport mechanism, with a strong “director” with PESE we knew that we were assured that the added amino acids will not only find their way to the right areas of the body, but will be guided properly to perform their function efficiently. We then added the amino acids most critical for the health of your skin, hair, memory function, cardiovascular health and restoration of energy, from natural plant protein and marine protein. These ingredients from land, sea, and sky combine to form the powerful symbiotic relationship of our base ingredient in Laminine we call OPT9.Laminine is extracted from fertile eggs on the 9th day of life; all the potential life force
is active but the cells (essentially stem cells) have not begun to differentiate.

We also know that egg white protein is a perfect food for human cells. So Laminine provides the optimal nutrition
for your body, it gives your stem cells nutrition to rebuild and rejuvenate themselves.

Laminine acts like an adaptogen, giving your body the resources to balance depletions and weaknesses.
In clinical tests of Young Tissue Extract, the foundation of Laminine, it has been shown to improve depression,
increase serotonin, decrease cortisol, bolster endurance, and balance the sex hormones.

Laminine also contains Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF) which was recently shown to burst fat cells when combined
with exercise; and a large body of research shows that it helps rebuild brain cells and improves how neurons
talk to each other. FGF also acts as a director for the full array of amino acids found in Laminine
which are the building blocks of every function of your body.

To be clear, Laminine itself does not cure anything; it simply gives your body the resources it needs to do it itself!

Unlike most products that take 2-3 weeks to produce a noticeable difference, most people find Laminine gives them tangible changes within 48 hours improved mood, motivation, better digestion/elimination, renewed eyesight, etc.

Depending on what your body has been lacking,
Laminine feeds your cells so they can rebuild/rebalance your body and turn back time.

The laminin protein molecule is the major component that makes up the extracellular matrix which is also called the basement membrane. These are the sheets of protein that form the substrate of all internal organs. Laminin assist in cell adhesion and binds other extracellular matrix components together.
The laminin molecule is shaped like a cross and has four arms that are designed to bind to four other molecules. The three shorter arms are particularly good at binding to other laminin molecules, which is what makes it so great at forming sheets. The long arm is capable of binding to cells, which helps anchor the actual organs to the membrane
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Sequence diagram of the chemical Electron microscope pictures
structureof laminin molecule pictures of laminin molecules.

Laminin is made up of three separate parts, called the Alpha (A), Bata (B1), and Gamma (B2) chains. That gives it a total of six ends, which accounts for a lot of its flexibility in connecting up various kinds of molecules.

The various laminins are a family of glycoproteins that are an integral part of the structural scaffolding in humans and almost every animal tissue.
Laminin is vital to making sure overall body structures hold together.

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