Laminine – Gaining an Edge through a Whole Food Alternative

As evidenced in my Contributor Profile, I believe fitness begins from the inside out.  Whether your workout consists of daily walks or daily trips to the gym, fitness begins with the food choices you make and complementary supplements, herbs, vitamins, etc.

Over the past several years, I’ve experimented with a variety of herbs, medicinal mushrooms, and Superfoods to support my intention to age in a healthy and graceful way.  I’ve educated myself on telomeres, saponins, leptin and adaptagens, to name a few.

About one year ago, I learned of the product Laminine through Sheila Gale and her radio show.  With a healthy skepticism, I began taking it and have been impressed enough to add it to my daily routine.

Never heard of it ?  You aren’t alone.  It’s my understanding this product has only been on the market for approximately two years.  You won’t find it at your local nutritional store either.  This product is exclusively distributed by LifePharm Global Network and via multi-level marketing (MLM).

Laminine, a whole food, is thought to be the only known source of FibroBlast Growth Factor (FGF) in adults.  FGF is naturally occurring in the body but decreases as we age into adulthood.  FGF supports the body in its self-healing properties and regeneration.  If peer reviewed research is what resonates with you, search FGF at www.pubmed.gov and read for yourself the myriad of benefits to an individual who takes Laminine consistently.

Before I decided to write an article and introduce Laminine to a larger audience, I wanted to talk to someone who is also using it and recommends it to his clients.  Enter Rick Goltz.  Rick was a professional football player in the CFL and the NFL for over 10 years.  He suffered with depression and had not found a solution to the debilitating condition until one of his Better Body For Me clients introduced him to Laminine.

After taking Laminine, Rick experienced his depression subside.  He understandably thought of his former teammates across professional football and now many of them are experiencing similar relief, both physically and mentally.

I asked Rick to identify three of the most common results his clients identify once they begin taking Laminine.  1) Eliminates depression  2) Improved eyesight   3) Less anxiety and increased energy.

It was something else Rick said that stuck with me.  He feels strongly that Junior Seau and other current and former players reportedly suffering from depression and head injuries would benefit greatly from Laminine.  Taking this product may not be able to prevent injury and wear and tear to the head and body entirely, but the recovery process could be accelerated and demonstrate tangible results to the quality of life by those who take it.

If you’re interested in learning more or in purchasing Laminine, feel free to reach out to me here at Heels & Helmets or by e-mailing Rudolph.Marie@gmail.com

Posted on August 3, 2013 at 9:44 pm

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Marie Rudolph

A lifelong sports enthusiast, Rudolph created her opportunity to work in an industry she’s passionate about when she co-founded the EagleBank Bowl. In securing the inaugural 2008 license, Rudolph was involved in negotiating contracts with ESPN, the United States Naval Academy, United States Military Academy and the Atlantic Coast Conference, as well as securing a $2 million letter of credit for the property. In 2010, the Bowl was renamed the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman. She continues to serve on the Board of Directors. In 2011, Rudolph was presented with the Outstanding Service to Amateur Football award by the National Capital Region Chapter of the National Football Foundation. In 2012, she was appointed to the Advisory Board on Interscholastic Athletics for the District of Columbia. Currently working as a consultant, Rudolph continues to explore new entrepreneurial opportunities. She hails from Colorado and moved to Washington, D.C. following college. She holds a B.A. from Regis University and an M.A. from The George Washington University.
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