Can you Trust LifePharm Products and do they really work?

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Quick Review on LifePharm / LPGN Products

LAMININE (Original Formula)

Claims:

● Reduces physical and mental stress levels
● Improves mental focus and overall well-being
● Promotes more restful sleep leading to increased daytime energy

Active Ingredients:

Fertilized Avian Egg Extract or FAEE

Good:

The fertilized egg extract is a growing industry that started with its rediscovery by a Norwegian egg expert. He partnered with a company that commercially produced the powdered egg capsule and labeled it YTE or Young Tissue Extract. LifePharm claims that they have a better way of extracting the YTE which they labelled as Fertilized Avian Egg Extract or FAEE. Regardless of which is better, this ingredient demands attention as numerous studies points that it truly has healing properties, by way of activating stem cells in the body.

Cons:

LifePharm’s egg extract is expensive compared to other pure fertilized avian egg sources. Although they justify this by having other ingredient with it (shark cartilage, marine plants, and yellow pea that makes up Laminine’s OPT9 Blend), truth is, Laminine is sold through MLM and products from this type of companies normally have higher prices compared to those that is sold traditionally.

Although there maybe differences between YTE and FAEE, if you are taking this product for non-medical concerns it will better for you to take other egg extract products at half the price. However, buyer should be beware of egg extract products that claims similarities with Laminine as there are differences in the way it should be extracted. An egg protein powder is not the same with YTE or FAEE and taking ordinary egg powder is like eating eggs for breakfast.

To date, there are only two reputable sources of the extract, which is LPGN from USA and Immitec from Norway that produces YTE for other brands.


LAMININE OMEGA PLUS

Claims:

● Balances cholesterol levels and improves circulation through the body.
● Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels.
● Anti inflammatory effect

Active Ingredients:

Fertilized Avian Egg Extract (has lower amount compared to original), omega fatty acids 3, 6, 9, vitamin K, and CoQ10.

Good:

Omega Fatty Acids is undoubtedly a good supplement for people who have heart related diseases and are not able to eat food rich in this. Likewise, a good source of Vitamin K or CoQ10 may be hard to include in your daily diet and the best way is to take it as a supplement.

Natto or fermented soybeans traditionally known for its health benefit tastes bitter and has stinky smell. It will better to just take Laminine OMEGA plus if you are not used to this Japanese delicacy.

Cons:

Expensive. You can get a much lower priced quality omega fatty acid chains through your local supermarkets, as well as get lower priced Vitamin K or CoQ10 products. The Fertilized Avian Egg Extract in OMEGA is also lower, thus may have insignificant effects and the need to take larger dosage of Laminine is usually recommended.

Thus, it really is just a supplement to the “Laminine supplement”. Taken alone (without Laminine original) will not give you the desired result of activating the stem cells in the body.


DIGESTIVE PLUS

Claims:

● Promotes healthy intestines and aids in absorption of nutrients from proteins, carbohydrates, sugars and fats.

Active Ingredients:

Probiotic (Bacillus Coagulans, others); Prebiotic blend (Fructooligosaccharides, others); Flaxseed Oil Cold Press

Good:

The usual digestive food supplements has only probiotics blend. LifePharm’s Digestive Plus has prebiotics which gives double potency that ensures gut integrity. There have been many testimonials online on probiotics which is highly an underrated product.

Cons:

Perhaps because the ingredient of digestive supplements have very strong taste, the capsule taste really bad and can be slimy. Children will benefit greatly by taking this type of supplement because of its immune support, but children will not like both taste and aftertaste.


IMMUNE PLUS

Claims:

● Boosts immune health and fights off bacteria and infections

Active Ingredients:

Vitamin C, mushrooms blend (Reishi, Maitake, Turkey Tail), antioxidant Blend (Camu Camu, Ashwagandha, Sea Buckthorn, Pomegranate)

Good:

LifePharm’s Immune Plus is the most convenient way to take these mushroom and antioxidant blend, which normally should be bought separately. It is also difficult to source and a big company such as LifePharm will likely delivery high quality ingredients for this type of product.

Cons:

To insinuate that it will work for your immune system maybe false advertising. Although the ingredients used, particularly vitamin C does support the immune health, one capsule will not be enough to have an impact. Unfortunately, neither can you take too much of it.

Therefore, it will be better for you to take a cheap quality Vitamin C available in most supermarket shelf. You can do away with the mushroom blend as the percentage ingredient is insignificant nonetheless. Antioxidant can be taken fresh by eating the right fruit and vegetables, a person really doesn’t need to take the hype of antioxidant supplements. It’s available daily by just eating the right food.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. While the testimonies are encouraging, additional tests with a larger sample size are needed to validate the findings. Results will vary depending on the facts and circumstances of each person. If you have concerns, please consult your physician.

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