What is Laminine
Laminine is a protein supplement extracted from partially incubated 9-days old organic eggs. Each capsule has 22 full chain amino acid that is known to repair damaged cells and boosts brain activity. The freeze-dried peptides have anti-aging effects that support the regeneration of weakened cells. Equally important is its effect on nerve and muscle regeneration. In addition, it helps regulate the stress hormone cortisol.
Laminine comes from two words: Laminin (the protein foundation of most cells), and the numerical nine that represents the 9th day the powder was extracted. The dry powder substance was discovered in 1929 by a Canadian Doctor, John Ralston Davidson, and subsequently by Dr. Bjodne Eskeland, an egg researcher from Norway who is the father of Young Tissue Extract (YTE).
Unique active Ingredients
Laminine contains bioactive peptides (Fibroblast Growth Factors or FGF) that are critical in the development of an embryo. Unlike other protein supplements, the peptides are extracted at the peak of its potency, but more importantly was the use of a patented evaporative cooling method.
What makes Laminine unique is how the peptides are harvested. Unlike ordinary protein supplements, Laminine contains FGF. Likewise, the absence of heat during the extraction process produces a rich white concentrated egg tissue protein.
Unique Protein combination
Protein is one of the three macronutrients, along with carbs and fat that the body needs. But without signal protein molecules like FGF, the amino acid chain will not know what to do. FGF is responsible for building the linings in the blood vessels. As a result, it creates an important infrastructure for nutrients to flow to the critical areas of the brain and other organs. It works best when the right protein material is present in the body. (PDR.net)
Mechanism of action – The bioactive peptides in Laminine stimulate the dormant stem cells to utilize the phyto amino acids and marine protein to repair damaged aged cells. [PDR]
→ Whitepaper and clinical studies on Laminine
Brief History of Laminine
Laminine began with Dr. Davidson, a Canadian Doctor who was fascinated with nutrients that comes from eggs. As a result of his research, the protein extract helped his cancer patients recover. Evidently, he stumbled on what can be considered as an important alternative to pharmaceutical drugs.
Davidson, Eskeland, Mortensen
In 1929, Davidson announced that the extract worked. However, instead of accolades, he was mocked. Unfortunately, the formulation died with him. Decades later, Dr. Bjodne Eskeland, a Norwegian Doctor picked up from where he left. Eskeland’s own research supported Davidson’s claims, which was published in 1986. Comparatively, Eskeland is considered as the father of YTE.
Fibroblast Growth Factor
In 2012, Eskeland joined LifePharm Network. Together with other scientists, they created a special blend of proteins that resulted in the third generation of YTE. It was referred to as Fertilized Avian Egg Extract (FAEE), the prime component of the OPT9 Blend formula of Laminine dietary supplement.