Tre-en-en Grain Concentrates is a unique and exclusive blend of whole food concentrates extracted from foods that make up our dietary staples. Each capsule provides the complete lipid and sterol profile of wheat germ, rice bran and soya beans - Nature's best human food chain sources. tre-en-en Grain Concentrates assist in bridging a critical nutrient gap caused by modern food processing methods. Daily use ensures that cell membranes can function optimally, in turn supporting the cells' ability to receive nutrients, utilize them, export important metabolites and eliminate cellular waste.
Dosage: 1 capsule daily.
TRE-EN-EN FOR CELLULAR EFFICIENCY
Our bodies are composed of trillions of cells which must
work efficiently if we are to stay healthy. How do cells stay
healthy? The key is their membranes. Like bodies, cells must
take in nutrients and eliminate wastes. Every cell in the body
is surrounded by a lipid membrane with the discretionary
power to allow only needed nutrients to enter the cell. By the
same token, it allows only waste material and metabolic
products (hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, etc.) to exit.
Deficiencies of lipids, sterols, and amino acids can compromise
the discretionary power of cells. Cells can become starved
(inhibited in their ability to take in substances) even though
nutrients are available. And they can become constipated
(inhibited in their ability to eliminate accumulating waste
products or export metabolites). Under these conditions, cells
work inefficiently, expending more energy than healthy cells
would to get the same results.
Tre-en-en Grain Concentrates supply essential lipids and
sterols to promote the efficient functioning of cells, glandular
systems, and the entire body. Remember, we are only as healthy
as our cells, and tre-en-en strengthens the lipid/sterol link in
our Chain of Life, supporting cellular health and vitality.
PROVEN EFFECTIVE IN LABORATORY TESTS
Scientists have known for years that lipids and sterols are
required for normal cellular functioning, glandular activity,
and overall growth and development. A series of studies
conducted at Texas A&M University in 1987 confirmed the
nutritional benefits of tre-en-en Grain Concentrates (lipids
and sterols from wheat, rice, and soybeans). The seven-week
studies looked at growth, development, maturation, and
glandular activity of young rats fed either a standard control
diet (laboratory chow fortified with vitamins and minerals) or
the standard diet with tre-en-en Grain Concentrates
substituted for the lipids used in the standard chow. Animals
were allowed to eat as much as they wanted; both chows had
the same caloric content. (All tests were performed and all
animals were housed and cared for with the highest level of
concern for the health and well being of the animals. No
animals were exposed to conditions of pain or suffering.)
When the amount of food consumed was correlated with
the amount of weight the rats gained, the researchers found
that the Tre-en-en-fed animals displayed superior growth and
development, indicating that their bodies made better use of
the available nutrients. In all cases the Tre-en-en-fed group
grew faster, achieved maturity faster, and had better overall
development than the group that was fed the control diet. In
addition, the cardiovascular systems of the Tre-en-en-fed group
were better developed, and their adrenal activity an
indicator of their energy levels and ability to respond to stress
OVERALL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Animals fed diets fortified with tre-en-en Grain
Concentrates attained a greater level of overall growth
and development than did animals fed a control diet.
Animals on the tre-en-en diet displayed greater
cardiovascular development than did animals fed the control
diet. Cardiovascular development (measured by heart weight)
paralleled overall growth and development, indicating that
larger animals were not fatter but instead were more fully
NUTRIENT UTILIZATION EFFICIENCY
Compared to animals on a control diet, the animals fed Treen-
en Grain Concentrates demonstrated superior growth,
development, and maturation, even though each test group
consumed the same amount of calories. This result indicates
that the Tre-en-en-fed animals utilized nutrients from food
more efficiently than did control animals.
Glandular activity (as measured by liver glycogen levels) was
almost twice as high in the Tre-en-en-fed rats compared to the
control animals. This result indicates that the Tre-en-en-fed
animals had higher energy levels and were better prepared to
Unique and exclusively available from GNLD, Tre-en-en
provides lipids and sterols cells need to be their healthy best!
With cold-pressed, cold-processed extracts and concentrates
from wheat germ, rice bran, and soybeans, tre-en-en helps
assure good nutrition at the cellular level.
The GNLD Difference
Complete lipid and sterol profile of wheat, rice and soya.
Diverse phytonutrient extracts from staples used around the globe supply essential nutrients, such as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, for optimum cellular function.
Scientifically proven to promote efficient nutrient utilization.
Replaces important sterols stripped from processed foods, including beta-sitosterol, gamma-oryzanol, stimasterol and campesterol, plus octacosanol. Cold-pressed and cold-processed to preserve nutritional value.
Cholesterol-free, gluten-free, yeast-free.
Fulfills What Needs?
Cell membranes need lipids and sterols to stay healthy. Unfortunately, modern grain processing strips lipids, sterols and other vital nutrients from the foods that make up our dietary staples. Additionally, important lipids and sterols - "good fats" - may also be missing from modern diets in which fat substitutes and fat-free items are substituted for foods rich in lipids and sterols. Certain lipids may increase the fluidity, or "pliability" , of cell membranes and help keep cells functioning efficiently by enhancing nutrient utilization, which promotes healthy energy and vitality. Plant sterols have a number of beneficial health benefits as well, including supporting the function of the circulatory system and promoting cellular health throughout the body. Lipids and sterols provide critical support for the healthy cellular uptake of nutrients, and cellular export of waste and metabolites.