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Epigenetic Biomarker Profile™
Regen8’s Epigenetic Biomarker Profile (EBP) utilizes epigenetics to analyze metabolic biomarkers of cellular processes that are genetically, epigenetically and environmentally altered. By assessing a patient’s ability to meet vital cellular functions it will identify problem areas before they become health issues.
EBP™ Report Assessment Benefits
B-Vitamin/Methylation Cofactor Assessment
Did you know that blood sugar imbalances, low energy levels, and cardiovascular disease could indicate that your body is low in, or not properly utilizing B-Vitamins?
Ensuring your diet is rich in foods such as whole grains, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, meat, eggs and sunflower seeds can naturally boost your levels of B-Vitamins. For many people, foods alone don’t do the trick, so, a food-based supplement can correct these deficiencies.
Cellular Energy Assessment
Have you experienced low energy levels, fatigue, exercise intolerance or depression?
If you answered yes, your cells may be lacking the energy needed to power through the day. Stressful events and nutritional deficiencies can trigger low energy levels. Foods such as eggs, meat, spinach and fish and/or food-based supplements that are high in CoQ10, B-Vitamins and Taurine can correct these nutritional imbalances.
Did you know that during strenuous exercise, muscle tissue is broken down into building blocks, known as amino acids?
If you’re trying to build or maintain muscle mass, deficiencies in key amino acids can make this process much more difficult. Consuming a diet rich in high protein foods, such as lean meats, fish, lentils, broccoli, and green leafy vegetables can help with muscle repair. For many workout enthusiasts, adding a food-based supplement, rich in amino acids, can facilitate muscle growth and repair.
Do you struggle to lose weight, or suffer from frequent gut issues such as gas, bloating, diarrhea or constipation?
The gut is the center for overall health and balance. Many of the uncomfortable symptoms you may be experiencing could indicate a “leaky gut”. When the lining of the GI tract is compromised, certain nutrients can “leak” out of the gut, causing these symptoms.
Consuming a diet rich in Zinc, antioxidants, B-Vitamins, protein, pre and probiotics can be beneficial. Lean meats, fish, carrots, sweet potatoes and green leafy vegetables are great choices. Adding a food-based supplement can aid in gut healing.
Amino Acids are the “building blocks” of protein within the body. They are broken into two groups, Essential Amino Acids, which must be ingested through food, and Non-Essential Amino Acids, which the body can produce.
If you struggle with signs of low metabolism, insulin resistance, high cholesterol, or fatigue, a diet rich in B-Vitamins and protein rich foods such as eggs, meat, pumpkin seeds and spirulina can be very beneficial. Including a food-based supplement rich in these nutrients can help to correct these deficiencies.
Inflammation & Oxidative Stress
Do you suffer from frequent joint or soft tissue pain?
We commonly think of inflammation as limited to cuts, bruises, joint or muscle pain. While inflammation does result from these things, it also occurs within the body. Much of this “systemic” inflammation can be attributed to Oxidative Stress within the body.
Certain antioxidants, vitamins and minerals can be beneficial in reducing inflammation. Colorful fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, sweet potatoes, broccoli and carrots are high in fiber and nutrients that naturally reduce inflammation. Unfortunately, many people fail to consume a diet rich in these foods, so, a food-based supplement can also be beneficial.
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