Tre-en-en Studies conducted at Texas A&M University confirmed what researchers have known for some time–that sterols and lipids are required for healthy cell function and glandular activity, as well as overall growth and development.
The studies looked at the nutritional benefits of Tre-en-en on glandular activity, growth, development and maturation of young animals. Fed a standard control diet consisting of lab chow supplemented with minerals and vitamins or the standard diet supplemented with GNLD Tre-en-en Grain Concentrates instead of the lipids used in the lab chow.
GNLD Tre-en-en Studies
Please note that all animals used in this study were treated with the utmost concern for the animals well-being and were not exposed to pain.
The rats were allowed to eat as much as they desired and both chows were equal in calories. Researchers discovered that rats fed Tre-en-en exhibited superior development and growth–an indication that their bodies better utilized the nutrients available.
In all studies, the group fed Tre-en-en grew and achieved maturity more quickly, and exhibited better development overall than rats fed the diet without Tre-en-en. Also, the Tre-en-en rats had better developed cardiovascular systems and greater adrenal activity, which translates to greater energy and an increased capability of handling stress.
Study Conclusions: Development and Growth
Rats that were fed diets supplemented with Tre-en-en had greater overall development and growth than did control animals.
Study Conclusions on Cardiovascular Development
Rats fed the Tre-en-en diet exhibited enhanced cardiovascular function and development than did those who were fed the control diet. Cardiovascular development, which is obtained by measuring the heart weight, went hand-in-hand with the animal’s overall development. This is an important indicator showing that larger animals were not “heavier,” but were more physically developed than their counterparts.
Study Conclusions on the Utilization of Nutrients
Animals fed GNLD Tre-en-en in their diet displayed superior growth, development, and maturation compared to the control group, even though each test group consumed the same amount of calories. This result indicates that the bodies of rats fed Tre-en-en utilized nutrients from the food more efficiently than rats who were not fed GNLD Tre-en-en Grain Concentrates.
Study Conclusions on Glandular Activity
The glandular activity of the animals was measured by liver glycogen levels. Liver glycogen levels were almost twice as high in the rats that were fed Tre-en-en versus the rats that were not, indicating that Tre-en-en rats had higher energy levels and their bodies were better equipped to handle stress.
Tre-en-en provides the sterols and lipids that cells need in order to perform their best. And it’s exclusively available from GNLD.