Friday, August 24, 2012

The Story Behind YTE

In 1929, a Canadian doctor named John Ralston Davidson, former associate professor of medicine at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, discovered that an injected extract from fertilized chicken eggs could be helpful for cancer patients. In 1943, Dr. Davidson’s work was presented at the Third International Cancer Conference. However, he died soon thereafter. His death marked the end of research on fertilized hen eggs until I picked it up decades later, rediscovering the power of protein from fertilized eggs to enhance human health and performance in a number of ways.

I have spent a great deal of my professional life working in the egg industry in Norway. In the 1990s, I hypothesized that incubated and fertilized eggs contained a special protein fraction that could help increase and enhance the human body’s natural testosterone production, without supplementation. I then teamed with Nils Christian Mortensen, and we developed the procedure
to extract this special protein from fertilized eggs. Once the procedure was perfected, we began testing the extract on human subjects, with very positive results. - Dr. Bjødne Eskeland

Ref: Dr. Eskeland’s Young Tissue Extract (YTE)

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