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about Gennisi®

nature’s perfect food improved by technology

  • Phenylethylamine, called "the molecule of love,” is produced spontaneously in the human body when we are happy and in love. This very powerful neuromodulator and immune-modulator has been proven to be able to significantly enhance the production and metabolism of the neural stem cells produced in the brain.
  • AFA-phycocyanins (AFA-PC) are powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory molecules proven to be about 40 times more effective than renowned antioxidants such as quercetin and catechins. They also strongly stimulate fibroblasts--the stem cells of the skin--and, more generally, somatic stem cells.
  • Mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) are powerful antioxidants that, together with AFA-PCs, protect PEA and other neurotransmitters, such as dopamine, from being destroyed by specific enzymes called monoamine oxidase (MAO-B) present in our bodies.
  • The overall synergy of these and other molecules generates a 360° action in our bodies which enhances the nervous, immune, and antioxidant/anti-inflammatory systems. Simultaneously, this stimulation signals the release and circulation of both neural and somatic stem cells, thus generating effects on hair and skin rejuvenation as well as the physiological repairing of lesions of tissues from the skin to the internal organs.

the source of Gennisi®

a unique place on earth

Upper Klamath Lake is a high desert lake in Southern Oregon of the United States some 4,100 feet (1,200 m) above sea level.
It is the largest body of fresh water by surface area in Oregon - approximately 25 miles (40 km) long and 8 miles (13 km) wide and extends northwest from the city of Klamath Falls.

benefits

skin maintenance
and repair

cardiovascular
health

improved immune
system

maintenance and
repair of stem cells

normalization of
oxidation and
inflammation

stress relief

improved energy
and sex drive

improved intelligence
and mental energy

prevention of
degenerative
diseases

  • Hormones are complex, organic substances produced by the body that are regulated by highly-sophisticated mechanisms that evolved over millions of years.
  • Hormones have very powerful effects in their numerous forms, such as insulin in blood sugar regulation and testosterone production found in adolescents experiencing puberty.
  • Minute doses can produce powerful and instant (as well as long-lasting) effects in the target organ(s) and across the entire body.
  • All hormones are meant to be endogenous, i.e. they must be produced by the body when needed and consumed immediately.
  • Hormones are too powerful to be stored and must be produced on demand.
  • Hormones cannot be ingested as they would be rapidly and completely digested.
  • Hormones are prescription items and must be dispensed by a qualified doctor.
  • Hormones are usually injected.
  • Recent innovations have allowed absorption of hormones through the skin.
  • The absorption of hormones via the skin bypasses all forms of filtration and digestion of the body (gut and liver). Supplemental hormones, when detected by the body, can cause many unintended effects.
  • Absorption of hormones via the skin bypasses all forms of checks and balances of the body (gut and liver). If detected, hormones can cause many unintended toxic effects such as:
    • Speeding of cancer growth and death of cells (aging).
    • Suppression of normal hormone balance.
    • Hormonal imbalances which are otherwise in harmony.
  • The best way to achieve optimal hormonal balance is by way of proper nutrition, exercise, and sleep.
  • iGalen’s Uncarb® and Gennisi® can be great facilitators of endogenous hormonal production.

Stem cells are body cells that can divide and become specialized.
When an organism grows, stem cells specialize and take specific functions. Because stem cells are not yet differentiated, they can change to become some kind of specialized cell to replace damaged cells.

There are two broad types of mammalian stem cells:

  • embryonic stem cells
  • adult stem cells

These are found in adult tissues. In a developing embryo, stem cells can differentiate into all of the specialized embryonic tissues. In adult organisms, stem cells act as a repair system for the body, replenishing specialized cells but also maintaining the normal turnover of fast dividing cells like blood, skin, and intestinal tissues.

Yes. Stem cell production peaks early in life and levels off as we age. But even hours before death, stem cell production still happens – albeit, very slowly. This is why we heal much slower as we age.

Eating well, resting properly, sleeping deeply, and, most importantly, fasting boosts stem cell production. Stem cell production peaks when you are deep in sleep and when you awaken in the morning after a long night of restful sleep (which mandates fasting).

These stem cells are found in small numbers in most adult tissues such as bone marrow or fat. Compared with embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells have limited ability to give rise to various cells of the body. Until recently, researchers thought adult stem cells could create only similar types of cells.

Foods rich in nutrients equip the body for maximal stem cell production. Certain plants and foods are known to boost stem cell production in the body. Stem-cell activators switch function, repress mature cells, etc.—it shows that three key proteins first stimulate stem cells to proliferate.

A stem cell injection does not work with your body. It bypasses your own production that Mother Nature has so painstakingly developed in your body as we evolved over the millennia. As you age and as stem cell production starts to taper, you need to work hard to boost your own innate production. For example, if your legs are weak, do you go get a walking stick and have it supported by a steel rod when you should really be developing your leg muscles?

It is a blue-green algae that is most unique in what it produces.

The lake was formed as a result of a volcanic eruption some 7,700 years ago. The water is pure at such a high elevation and the lake is shallow, thus allowing for amazing sun exposure. The lake freezes over three months a year, creating a very unique environment that cannot be duplicated anywhere else on the planet. This creates the perfect situation for the algae to thrive.

Phycocyanin has a deep and intense blue colour. It is a photosynthetic “assistant protein” which can efficiently capture light energy. It has been linked to stem cell boosting effects in the body.

Phenylethylamine (PEA) is a hormone-like substance that occurs naturally in your brain and body. It functions as a neurotransmitter that gives you heightened focus, a better attention span, goal-oriented behavior, and task-completion skills. It has been linked to the production of EPO—a brain repairing hormone—and also stem cell production in the brain.

Stem cells are body cells that can divide and become specialized.
When an organism grows, stem cells specialize and take specific functions. Because stem cells are not yet differentiated, they can change to become some kind of specialized cell to replace damaged cells.

It has less ingredients and a natural berry formula. Some of the earlier ingredients like bamboo shoots and corn starch have been removed.

Not yet! An improved formula without xylitol that is safe for our furry companions is in the works.

We have improved the formula with added water-soluble turmeric.

We test our product to make sure it complies.

None have been reported thus far.

While our AFA algae is harvested from Klamath Lake in Oregon, USA, the manufacturing branch of the Nutrigea group of companies, which is the group that owns the patents and has licensed Gennisi® to iGalen®, is in Italy. It is at the Blue Lotus Factory that the pre-mixed beverage formula has been developed. Very stringent quality controls guarantee that the product is clean, effective, and free of any contaminants or excipients.

Once they have moved away from breast milk, this will be an ideal supplement.

This is great for kids.

No interactions have been reported thus far.

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