Chronic stress and fatigue are widespread individual problems in today's modern world and re fast becoming a social problem, too.
While there are many natural remedies that can help you get your stress levels and fatigue under control, there's one you probably haven't heard of yet that works better than any of the rest - ETAS, an enzyme-treated asparagus extract that's taking the health world by storm.
Don't believe it? Well, there's research to prove it. Keep reading to learn more about chronic stress and fatigue, and how ETAS can help get these conditions under control.
Chronic stress is linked to a host of disorders, from sleep disturbances to depression...
A body of research suggests that chronic stress
goes hand in hand with various disorders, including sleep
disturbances, neurological symptoms and depression
disorders result in increases in biochemical indices like serum and salivary cortisol and chronographanin A. That’s why scientists have developed ETAS – a functional material produced from asparagus stem – to reduce chronic stress
and the harmful knock-on effects.
“Take 2 for the deepest relaxation.”
As I took my seat on the plane, nervous about the 14-hour flight to Tokyo ahead of me… I opened the bottle, took two and tried to relax.
I hardly had to try. My worries washed away, I sunk into a deep sleep, only waking a few times and then easily falling back into my slumber. And when I arrived I felt refreshed, peaceful, and focused.
What IS this!? This mysterious breakthrough is unlike anything I’ve seen in over 20 years of natural research.
Available for the first time in South Africa — it promises the best night’s sleep of your life — and the wild thing is… that’s only the beginning of what it can do!
Studies have proven that ETAS can help reduce chronic stress and fatigue
One study published in the Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology
in 2014 titled ‘The Effects of Enzyme-Treated Asparagus Extract on Heat Shock Protein 70, Stress Indices, and Sleep
in Healthy Adult Men’ supports the stress-reducing effects of ETAS. The study involved a group of healthy men between ages 25 and 56.
For the randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled human interventional clinical trial, researchers analysed the effect of ETAS on the expression of HSP70 mRNA in blood and the autonomic nervous system. They divided the men into a placebo group and an ETAS group. The men ingested three capsules containing either placebo or ETAS (50 mg of ETAS per capsule, three capsules per day) at the same time after dinner for one week.
The researchers found that the men in both groups had higher expression levels of HSP70 mRNA after the one-week period. However, the expression level (% of base line) was greatly enhanced in the ETAS group compared with the placebo.
The study concluded that supplementation with ETAS can help improve all autonomic nervous condition parameters.
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