Back in 2014, members of our team flew to Norway to meet the original scientist who developed YTE®.
After spending several days in conference with the company owner and scientific staff, we resolved to make the remarkable YTE® ingredient available at the recommended clinical dose.
The first formula we created was AminoBoosters, followed by TeloMind, but there was a problem for people who couldn’t tolerate one of the supporting botanicals we included in these formulas.
The Ginkgo biloba in AminoBoosters and TeloMind is an important and widely beneficial herb, but is unsuitable for people using blood thinning (anticoagulant) or epilepsy medication, when pregnant, breastfeeding, or for children.
In response to repeated requests, we developed a formula without Ginkgo biloba.
Initially, we developed AminoPure, which was upgraded to AminoPure+, and then replaced by AminoB12.
AminoB12 comprised three natural patented ingredients at clinical dose: YTE®, MecobalActive B12® and BioPerine®.
AminoSerene contains these three ingredients plus the entire vitamin B complex, the mineral Zinc, the patented Sabinsa® Ashwagandha, and additional L-citrulline.
AminoB12 has now been superseded by AminoSerene.
Many of our customers asked if they could take a triple dose of AminoSerene, and reported very significant benefits. We commissioned independent Dietary Supplement Experts to evaluate any risks/benefits to tripling the dose. The evaluation confirmed that a triple dose of AminoSerene gives no negative impacts, only positive benefits.
"The zinc citrate provides 5 mg elemental zinc. There are no ingredients in the formula which would be known or expected to be unsafe for the average consumer to take three servings per day."
Because AminoSerene is even more effective than AminoB12, we are replacing AminoB12 with AminoSerene from November 2021.
A bottle of AminoSerene contains 60 capsules, each with 300mg YTE®. The minimum daily dose of two capsules of AminoSerene provides 600mg YTE® instead of the full clinical dose of 1600mg/day.
A bottle of AminoBoosters and TeloMind each contains 120 capsules with 400mg YTE per capsule, giving a daily dose of 1600mg YTE for 30 days. 1600mg is the recommended clinical therapeutic dosage.
There are three ways to take AminoSerene:
1. The minimum daily dose of two capsules per day, as a supplementary formula to accompany TeloMind or AminoBoosters, giving 600mg + 1600mg YTE = 2200mg YTE per day.
2. Or, as a stand-alone formula at the minimum dose of two capsules per day, giving 600mg YTE daily.
3. Or, at a triple dose to get the full clinical amount of YTE per day solely from AminoSerene. Six capsules per day gives 1800mg YTE - even more than the recommended clinical dose of 1600mg of YTE.
For Subscribe & Save customers who have been subscribed for AminoB12, we are replacing their order of 1 bottle AminoB12 with 3 bottles of AminoSerene at no extra cost, so they can continue to access full clinical dose YTE.
For new subscribers, during this transition period, we are providing three bottles of AminoSerene at a subsidized price similar to one bottle of AminoB12.
For people who cannot tolerate Ginkgo biloba (in both TeloMind and AminoBoosters), choose AminoSerene.
AminoSerene is particularly useful for HSPs (Highly Sensitive People including business-owners, change-makers, communicators, counselors, designers and artists, empaths, entrepreneurs, healers, herbalists, medical professionals, musicians, senior executives including CEOs, therapists - either alone or in conjunction with TeloMind or AminoBoosters.
In addition to YTE, AminoSerene contains Ashwagandha Withania somnifera, Sabinsa® BioPerine® Piper nigrum black pepper extract, additional naturally-occurring amino acid L-citrulline, and the entire Vitamin B complex including MecobalActive® B12 which is the most bioavailable form.
Looking at just one of these ingredients: vitamin B12 deficiency is relatively common and maybe the most under-diagnosed condition in the community.
It makes sense to benefit from the entire Vitamin B complex within AminoSerene alongside the entire amino acid complex within YTE.
Are you at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency?
There are many causes for vitamin B12 deficiency, including:
- Poor eating habits
- Restrictive diets
- Use of commonly prescribed heartburn drugs, which reduce acid production in the stomach (acid is needed to absorb vitamin B12).
- Older people who typically have less stomach acid production
- People who don’t eat grains fortified with the vitamin
- Not taking a reputable supplement
- Having a condition which interferes with nutrient absorption, such as celiac or Crohn’s disease
- Weight loss surgery
If you are over age 50, the Institute of Medicine recommends that you get extra B12 from a supplement, since you may not be able to absorb enough of this vitamin through foods.
Early detection and treatment are important. If left untreated, B12 deficiency can cause severe neurologic problems and blood diseases.
Boosting your B12
Vitamin B12 deficiency can be corrected in two ways: regular injections of vitamin B12 or daily correct-dose bioavailable B12.
We only use MecobalActive® B12 because this is the purest form of vitamin B12 and the most bioavailable form, meaning you get full access to this vital nutrient.
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin), has a deep red colour and is an important member of the B group water-soluble vitamins. It has a key role in the functioning of the brain and nervous system, in the production of energy in mitochondria and in the formation of red blood cells. Lack of vitamin B12 can result in anaemia and is associated with several conditions including neuritis, multiple sclerosis, cognitive impairment, dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Studies in the UK suggest one in 10 people aged 75 and over, one in 20 aged 65-74, and varying numbers of younger people, including 11% of people on restricted diets, are deficient in B12.
Vitamin B12 deficiency may be as high as 80% in parts of Asia. About 40% are estimated to be affected by Vitamin B12 deficiency in Latin America.
In the US, even with the current inadequate testing in place, Vitamin B12 deficiency is conservatively estimated to occur in about 6% of those under the age of 60, and 20% of people over the age of 60, according to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and other research.
What’s the harm of having too little vitamin B12?
As just one example, over the course of two months, a 62-year-old man developed numbness along with a “pins and needles” sensation in his hands, had trouble walking, experienced severe joint pain, and became progressively short of breath.
The cause was lack of vitamin B12 in his bloodstream, according to a case report from Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital published in The New England Journal of Medicine.
And it could have been even worse - a severe vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to deep depression, paranoia and delusions, memory loss, incontinence, loss of taste and smell, and more.
The human body needs vitamin B12 to make red blood cells, nerves, DNA, and carry out many functions. Like most vitamins, B12 cannot be made by the body. Instead, it must be obtained from food or supplements.
The problem is that many people don’t consume enough vitamin B12 to meet their needs, and others can’t absorb enough, no matter how much they take in.
As a result, vitamin B12 deficiency is relatively common, especially among older people, and maybe the most under-diagnosed condition in the community.
Doctors are typically trained to recognize only the blood abnormalities associated with B12 deficiency - but the big problem is that B12 deficiency mimics many other diseases and physicians can fail to confirm B12 deficiency and therefore fail to test for it.
Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms
Vitamin B12 deficiency can be slow to develop, causing symptoms to appear gradually and intensify over time, although it can also come on relatively quickly.
Because of so many symptoms that vitamin B12 deficiency can cause, the condition can be overlooked or confused with something else. Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms may include:
- strange sensations, numbness, or tingling in the hands, legs, or feet
- difficulty walking (staggering, balance problems)
- a swollen, inflamed tongue
- difficulty thinking and reasoning (cognitive difficulties)
- memory loss
Vitamin B12 deficiency among older people has been associated with an unstable gait, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, urinary incontinence, hearing loss and an increased incidence of bone fracture.
Deficiency can sometimes take several years and can lead to brain shrinkage and degeneration of the spinal cord, cerebrovascular disease, Parkinson's disease, dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and multiple sclerosis.
Therapeutic use of Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 has been used in therapy for many conditions including AIDS/HIV support, anaemia, anaemia of pregnancy, pernicious anaemia, asthma, atherosclerosis, allergies, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, bursitis, sciatica, canker sores, chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, depression, Crohn’s disease, diabetes mellitus, diabetic neuropathies, neuralgias, post-herpetic neuralgia, diabetic retinopathy, fatigue, herpes zoster, high cholesterol, high blood homocysteine levels, insomnia, male infertility, tinnitus, viral hepatitis, and vitiligo.
Studies have shown that high dose vitamin B12 treatment can slow or prevent brain shrinkage and loss of cognitive impairment, and reverse bowel and bladder incontinence.
In mild deficiency, a person may feel tired and have a reduced number of red blood cells (anemia).
In moderate deficiency, soreness of the tongue may occur, and the beginning of neurological symptoms, including abnormal sensations such as pins and needles.
Severe deficiency may include symptoms of reduced heart function as well as more severe neurological symptoms, including changes in reflexes, poor muscle function, memory problems, decreased taste, and psychosis.
Infertility may occur.
Vitamin B12 deficiency in pregnant mothers is associated with twice the incidence of children with neural tube defects and the development of Autism.
Postmenopausal women with low levels of vitamin B12 have been shown to have a higher risk of breast cancer
In young children, symptoms include poor growth, poor development, and difficulties with movement.
Without early treatment, some of the changes may be permanent.
Apart from the conditions mentioned above, deficiency in either vitamin B12 or folate often leads to hyperhomocysteinemia, which has been associated with MS, AD, dementia, cardiovascular disease and many other conditions.
When we created our company Health Evolution and the TeloMind and Get Your Boom! Back formulas, we did so specifically to make available genuine YTE® at the recommended clinical dose.
We are constantly reviewing and seeking to improve our formulas.
AminoSerene is the ultimate formula for people unable to tolerate Ginkgo biloba, or as an addition to AminoBoosters and TeloMind.
The hero ingredient in our formulas is YTE® , the highly absorbable bioavailable source of all 23 Amino Acids in perfect balance plus Fibroblast Growth Factor, vitamins and minerals.
We are committed to ensuring you are fully informed about the quantity and quality of the YTE in our formulas.
As always, do contact us with any questions:
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