Video below:

  1. Advanced Phenotyping, increased cellular speed and performance by optimising performance pathways:
    1. Increase the fluidity at the phospholipid bilayer meaning faster cellular transmission of hormones, energy substrates and aminos; also better memory recall and memory consolidation.
    2. Lean out with ease. Our ancestors were naturally lean, and so are we when we optimise the cellular ecosystem by waking up sleepy genes and performance pathways.

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