AtremoPlus: The Powerful Natural Phenomenon of Repairing Our Genetic Expression!
Genetics is a fascinating field. Our genetic code contains the entire architecture and commands that, first and foremost, shape our bodies, make them grow, and then keep them functioning well despite the numerous aggressions our organisms face. It’s a constant struggle to find a balance known as homeostasis.
We don’t fully realize these extraordinary mechanisms of constant renewal in our bodies at a phenomenal speed. Our genetic code is the blueprint that organizes this renewal, linked to the incredible intelligence of our bodies, which produce billions of cells, and assemble them to form each tissue, and ultimately each organ, constituting the complex functioning of our entire bodies.
According to the results of our recent survey, 59% of participants indicated that they can now resume activities they had abandoned before. This percentage is even more remarkable as it does not account for those who, despite difficulties, never interrupted their favorite activities but noticed improvement thanks to taking AtremoPlus.
According to three recent studies conducted on our natural dietary supplement in connection with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, there could be a correlation between the resumption of activities and a natural and incredibly important phenomenon called epigenetics.
What is natural epigenetics, and how can it impact our organism?
Epigenetics refers to changes in gene expression without altering the DNA sequence, playing a crucial role in controlling biological processes and responding to external and certain internal factors.
To better grasp the concept, one could liken our organism and its maintenance according to genetic instructions to a theatrical performance. Epigenetics would then be analogous to the quality of the director, actors, costumes, lighting, sets, working conditions, stress, and the audience, significantly impacting how the play is interpreted.
However, with advancing age, some of the scripts of this play become illegible, leading to misinterpretation. Similarly, in our bodies, some information during cell division becomes unreadable, leading to the production of misfolded and unusable proteins. Diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s are characterized, among other things, by the accumulation of brain plaques made up of misfolded proteins.
Numerous factors such as lifestyle, sedentary behavior, nutrition, stress, and social interactions influence this complex epigenetics.
The good news is that epigenetics works in both directions!
Although with age, the body may sometimes struggle to decipher scenarios and start producing misfolded proteins, epigenetics clearly indicates that this process is naturally reversible, as demonstrated by studies on our natural dietary supplement.
However, it is essential to incorporate the right ingredients to reverse the trend, such as physical activity, intellectual challenges, learning, and cognitive exercise, ideally in a meaningful and rewarding activity.
Epigenetics also depends on the quality of nutrients, as it forms the basis for the production of molecules that make up our bodies.
Providing the right ingredients and active principles to our organism facilitates the correct construction of molecules and thus has a significant impact on epigenetics.
Bruce Lipton, one of the most advanced experts in the field of cell biology and epigenetics, tells us:
“We are not victims of our heredity; we are masters of our heredity because we can change things.”
And our studies prove that we can reverse processes and regain ground!
It is particularly important in science to demonstrate things concretely. Thus, we are delighted with the results of three studies conducted in the field of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, highlighting the impact of AtremoPlus on epigenetic factors.
It is becoming increasingly evident that epigenetic dysregulation is a key contributor to the development of most neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, or Charcot’s disease.
Therefore, it is entirely coherent to seek natural elements that can positively impact epigenetics, helping to produce proteins that fold correctly in the brain and function normally.
And, it turns out that the incredible alliance of trace elements in AtremoPlus greatly promotes this correct deployment of proteins to rebuild a body in better condition.
It is somewhat of a biological rejuvenation by regaining lost biological faculties.
Studies on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s have shown that a very important epigenetic biomarker, methylation, improves significantly after taking the active ingredients in AtremoPlus.
But does this epigenetic improvement also have a real impact on people’s well-being?
A biomarker is primarily interesting to determine if and to what extent a person is affected by a condition such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s without subjecting them to heavy, long, and complex diagnostics.
Methylation has indeed proven to be an interesting biomarker for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. The test is inexpensive, reliable, fast, and easy to implement.
However, to demonstrate its clinical importance, it is essential to link improvements in this methylation biomarker to an improvement in the clinical condition of individuals.
In the studies on AtremoPlus, the tests used to demonstrate the positive evolution of the clinical condition were the MMSE and GDS.
The Mini-Mental State Examination test (MMSE) is based on about ten instructions assessing spatial-temporal orientation, oral and written comprehension, memory, attention, concentration, and visuoconstruction. The Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) evaluates 15 questions to assess a person’s degree of depression.
The good news is that improvements in methylation could be clearly and significantly correlated with an improvement in cognitive and mood states in participants.
In other words, test results were significantly improved after taking AtremoPlus.
Multiple possibilities to move away from too rapid degeneration and regain ground!
In our last newsletter, we learned that we have the power to slow down neuronal degeneration and even recreate neurons and synapses thanks to the brain’s plasticity.
We now also have evidence that we can improve our genetic expression, allowing our proteins to unfold correctly and fulfill their role in biological functioning again.
This contributes to maintaining our bodies and minds in good shape, with better cognitive and moral states.
We have powerful levers to regain ground, and just knowing this can give us wings and motivation to challenge ourselves and push our limits.
In this dynamic, AtremoPlus can prove to be a powerful ally that facilitates this reconquest on multiple levels, with tangible results, as reported by our clients, and also in the resumption and improvement of their activities.
In essence, this new science of epigenetics tells us that:
“The foods and nutrients you eat, the air you breathe, the water you drink, the thoughts that pass through you, the feelings you experience, the exercise you do, and the lifestyle you lead can all powerfully influence your genetic expression, and thus your biological and mental functioning”.
We wish you a successful reconquest of your activities and joy in enhanced epigenetics. It will be even more powerful as you begin to spread your wings and embark on reclaiming your world.
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The mentioned studies were published in the scientific journals “Genes”, “Pharmaceuticals”, “Current Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine” (Formerly Current Pharmacogenomics), “Medical Research Reviews”, “Ageing Reserach Reviews” and “Biology”. For legal reasons, we cannot cite these studies directly. » (We can transmit these studies to qualified healthcare professionals upon request).
There are also independent studies that have been carried out on Vicia faba which is the plant on which AtrmemoPlus is based:
Żabka, Aneta, et al. “Epigenetic modifications evidenced by isolation of proteins on nascent DNA and immunofluorescence in hydroxyurea-treated root meristem cells of Vicia faba.” Planta 258.5 (2023): 95.
Srivastava, Shilpi, Francisco Fuentes, and Atul Bhargava. “Insights in Plant Epigenetics.” Integrative Approaches to Biotechnology. CRC Press, 2024. 3-28.
Prabahar, A. A., et al. “An investigation into the world of protein-based therapeutics-Therapeutic Proteins.” J Clin Med Res 5.3 (2023): 83-113.
Moran, Valentina Echeverria, et al. “Estrogenic plants: to prevent neurodegeneration and memory loss and other symptoms in women after menopause.” Frontiers in pharmacology (2021): 993.
Maitra, Urmila, Cayman Stephen, and Lukasz M. Ciesla. “Drug discovery from natural products–Old problems and novel solutions for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.” Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 210 (2022): 114553.
Mechchate, Hamza, et al. “Vegetables and their bioactive compounds as anti-aging drugs.” Molecules 27.7 (2022): 2316.