Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Who Can Benefit from YTE?

YTE can be of benefit to a diverse population. Its major appeal, however, will be to men and women who seek libido stimulation, athletes who want to improve their performance, and anyone who seeks to enhance their sense of well-being.

Baby Boomers

As the baby-boomer generation ages, it faces the typical challenges of decreased energy and lowered sex drive. Many people may become depressed as they face retirement and search for a new purpose in life, or deal with chronic disease or deteriorating mental faculties. How wonderful to think that an all-natural supplement may help these people overcome all of these challenges.

While YTE might not reverse the aging clock, it can do much to make us feel young again, improving energy, stamina, and our zest for living. It can fulfill baby boomers’ desires to enhance sexual health, stamina and energy, as well as overall fitness.


Many people today are seriously energy deficient, experiencing fatigue to some degree. Fatigue is a symptom that accompanies most illnesses, both acute and chronic; it is often an early warning sign that serious health problems are in the process of developing. Persistent, extreme fatigue may be a sign of chronic fatigue syndrome. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that chronic fatigue syndrome affects between 100,000 and 250,000 people in the United States, but many researchers believe that the disorder is much more prevalent. What is certain is that there are many tired people everywhere struggling to get through each day.

Whether you’re a professional athlete or a weekend warrior, you could probably use more energy. Who wouldn’t want to feel more energetic, in order to better face these challenges, both physical and mental, in life. Those whose work demands intense mental concentration are being sapped of energy just like those who have physically demanding jobs. Whether the task at hand is a tennis match or a chess tournament, increased energy and stamina can lead to a much better outcome.


As indicated, YTE reduces stress-hormone levels dramatically. When cortisol levels decline, we feel more relaxed. Studies show that virtually everyone who uses YTE experiences a greater sense of relaxation and with it, many extra benefits, such as improved sleep.

Elevated levels of stress hormones not only make us feel on edge, but also predispose us to a number of stress-related diseases, which include such serious conditions such as hypertension, heart disease, stroke, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, eczema, and autoimmune disorders. By managing stress
hormone levels, we may be helping to prevent or manage these disorders.


A Norwegian food supplement for athletes contains YTE. It also contains the amino acids L-tyrosine and L-carnitine, as well as important vitamins and minerals —all important for increasing glycogen (stored blood sugar) levels and improving the ability of the muscles to store glucose. You’ll recall that YTE and creatine
reinforce each other. The net result of using this combination is improved performance, decreased fatigue, and a reduced risk of energy depletion in the muscles.

In 1996, a double-blind trial on this product conducted at the University of Colorado showed that the group using it experienced a strength increase that was nearly double that of the group using creatine.

YTE and creatine together were found to outperform creatine and other food supplements in the areas of endurance, training/motivation, and subjective health and well-being, and it has the enthusiastic endorsement of many of the top Norwegian sportsmen and women. They report recovering faster after training.

This is linked to a substantial reduction in lactic acid production, which also contributes to increased stamina.

The effectiveness of Multifactor appears to be due to the synergistic effect between the creatine and YTE that it contains.

A Norwegian patent was granted in 1999 based on YTE’s effect in the area of sports nutrition—a testimony to its effectiveness in this regard.


A great deal of the population suffers from low libido, and there is no question that daily life takes its toll.

Everything from poor nutrition, daily stresses, health issues, and their prescribed medications have been linked with a low desire for sexual intimacy.

According to participants of various clinical studies conducted on YTE, the nutritional supplement is extremely helpful in restoring one’s libido. As you will learn in Chapter 5, the study published in the Journal of International Medical Research (Vol. 25, No. 2, Mar/Apr 1997) revealed impressive numbers: nearly 84 percent of the participants experienced an increase in sexual desire.

The beauty of YTE is that it has no adverse side effects. It helps restore testosterone production in an entirely natural way by stimulating the body’s own production of the hormone. As mentioned, this effect, in both men and women, will increase sexual responsiveness. The results of studies conducted have shown that
YTE increases sexual desire and sexual ability.

More About Testosterone

As mentioned, increased testosterone levels can have a potent effect on sexual desire in both sexes. Some of the hormone molecules are bound to sex hormone binding globulin, (SHBG), but only the unbound hormone is biologically active.

Testosterone levels vary from day to day and even within a given day, diminishing by 20 to 30 percent as the day goes on. Blood levels of the hormone remain stable from puberty to about age 55 to 65 and then decline steadily. This appears to be due to the fact that SHBG increases with age, binding more testosterone over time. Stress or physical strain may also lower testosterone levels, but they can rebound readily.

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

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