Friday, August 24, 2012

What Is YTE?

YTE (Young Tissue Extract) is derived from fertilized hen eggs that are incubated just until they reach the preembryonic stage. As the eggs approach this stage, biological substances are activated that exhibit favorable metabolic properties.

The biological substances derived from the eggs are from protein fractions extracted at a precise point in development when key nutrients reach their peak concentration. YTE is produced from incubated eggs in Norway, one of the few countries that remains salmonella free.

What Does YTE Contain?

YTE contains a natural combination of nutrients, including amino acids, glycopeptides, and oligopeptides, which form after fertilization.

Once an egg is fertilized, a tremendous amount of activity takes place, including cellular growth, which is supported by the development of a high concentration of nutrients. We have developed a process to extract these powerful nutrients and make them available as a nutritional supplement ingredient.

The Cholesterol Question

Health-conscious consumers have avoided eggs due to their cholesterol content, even though they are undeniably one of nature’s most highly nutritious foods. YTE contains virtually no cholesterol. During the pre-embryonic development, 90% of the cholesterol is consumed within the egg itself, so that YTE is virtually cholesterol-free.

The Lecithin Connection

Years ago, pioneering nutritionist Adelle Davis recognized the error in the assumption that eating cholesterol rich foods causes a buildup of cholesterol in the arteries and leads to heart disease. She taught that a “cousin of the fat family,” lecithin, plays a vital role in controlling blood cholesterol levels. Lecithin, found in the human body (and concentrated in the brain), is a fat emulsifier that breaks down cholesterol, preventing its buildup in the body. Lecithin is also found in eggs. While they may provide cholesterol, they also provide the lecithin needed to break cholesterol down.

The Amazing Egg

The egg contains all the necessary elements for the development, nourishment, and protection of the life form that will ultimately spring forth from it. It is a natural, unprocessed food that contains all known vitamins (except vitamin C), as well as important trace minerals.

The egg has long been the “gold standard” as a protein food because of its outstanding amino acid profile. It is considered a “complete” protein because it contains all eight essential amino acids (protein constituents that the body can’t make on its own) in generous quantities.

Eggs are especially rich in the sulfur-containing amino acid L-cysteine, which is essential for healthy skin and hair.

Not All Eggs Are Created Equal

Chickens raised in factory farms where there is overcrowding, inadequate nutrition, no fresh air or sunshine,
and inadequate space to roam and interact with other chickens produce eggs of inferior quality. Fertilized eggs, however—those laid by unconfined, well-nourished hens that have mated with roosters in a natural environment —are high-quality eggs . Fertilization mobilizes and activates the tremendous
nutrients in the egg. At this time, highly specific amino acids and glycoproteins (proteins that are covalently linked to carbohydrates) are formed. Herein lies the critical difference between the fertilized incubated

Norwegian eggs used for YTE and your typical American egg laid by factory farm hens. Clinical studies conducted in the U.S., Norway, and Sweden have demonstrated YTE’s ability to help people obtain and maintain optimal physical and mental health, as well as achieve peak performance levels.

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

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