Metabolomic Energy – Energy For Living
 
E4L METABOLOMIC ENERGY PROTOCOL
Realize Your Natural Energy Potential
3-6 month revitalization with personalized nutrition, supplementation and lifestyle counseling that leverage metabolomic blood and urine tests.
WHY YOU WILL LOVE IT
 
Personalized test results
A complete blueprint of your
Personal supplement recommendations
 
No assembly line medicine. Consultations are about you
Lifestyle suggestions to optimise your health
Dedicated physicians expert in metabolomics
 
SOLUTION
Take charge of your energy and health with a customized nutrition and supplementation plan that leverages the market's most advanced metabolomic* blood and urine analysis to pinpoint and address your individual biochemical deficencies.
01. Objective measurement of health based on the individual's metabolism
02. Utilize guidelines from nutrition to lifestyle to address individual causality
03. Empower your true health and energy potential
CHALLENGE
You've tried to counter lack of energy or chronic health issues with a variety of tactics: diet and health regimen, supplements, and prescription durga tat address symptoms without addressing induvidual needs and biochemistry. As a result, one costly method after another fails to pravide you measurable progress.
01. Minimal progress with traditional methods
02. Costly methods with unpredictable results
03. Subjective, symptom-based measurement
15000+ HAPPY CUSTOMERS
99% TESTING ACCURACY
18+ COUNTRIES AVAILABILITY
RELEVANT GOALS
01. Shed weight naturally without calorie restriction
02. Address or prevent chronic disease
03. Optimize gut health
FREE Nutritional Energy test
 
 
PURPOSE
Champion your health and well-being as a permanent lifestyle, by measuring and addressing your individual biochemistry.
 
METHOD
We are all highly individual in the way we metabolize energy. There is no single “miracle” diet, cure, protocol or drug that fits everyone’s needs. Energy For Living (E4L) measures your metabolic type with molecular precision, to understand your individual requirements for optimal health.

Energy for Living (E4L) helps you achieve an energetically balanced life by evaluating, understanding and fulfilling the requirements of your individual metabolism.
01. Address root causes of energetic blockades
02. Use 100% natural and drug free methods
03. Get empathetic counseling to guarantee long-term results
 
 
Energy for Living leverages the world’s most advanced molecular science to assess your individual biochemistry. A metabolomic blood and urine test tracks over 5,000 energy processes in the body to determine the exact deficiencies and toxins that need to be addressed for the body to heal itself. That’s because we’re all unique, and highly individual, in how we process life, convert fuel (food, water, air, sunlight, our relationships and other individual factors) into energy.

Here are the next steps:
01. Evaluation of medical and nutritional history
02. Blood and urine DIY test kit delivered anywhere in the world
03. Specialized metabolomic lab test analysis
04. Personalized nutrition and supplementation plan
05. 3-6 month counseling (online or offline)
06. Follow-up for permanent lifestyle adjustment
PACKAGE INCLUDES
A body and mind with a balanced energy is self-healing. You will realize the advantages within months, and even in severe cases involving chronic disease, you can regain a normal, energetic life by following the Energy For Living protocol.
01. Metabolomic Blood And Urine Tests
02. Personalized nutrition plan
03. Personalized supplementation plan
04. 3-6 month counseling
05. Custom lifestyle protocols
 

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The science that studies and measures the chemical reactions within a living organism is called metabolomics. Metabolomic Analysis is a test involving the measurement of very small molecules - metabolites - in order to evaluate one's health condition. According to the Harvard Magazine (May 2011) “Metabolomics is the simplest and more reflective of the health status. It incorporates environmental influences, for example, from exercise and diet.”
Metabolomics has an unprecedented track record in addressing and preventing chronic disease, achieving optimal weight, dramatically increasing overall energy levels, and by helping with gut biome, naturally dealing with mental issues like depression, anxiety, mental fog and overall cognitive performance.  Telomere studies, for example, show 13 percent longer telomeres on average for metabolomic clients, which translates to 8 years of longer life expectancy.

Out of 15,000+ clients, more than 80 percent experienced transformative results within a 6-month period, with a 99 percent accuracy on test results. Unlike conventional approaches that look for universal cures for any chronic condition, metabolomics focuses on the uniqueness of an individual’s metabolism. Technically, metabolomics is the study of metabolites, small molecules produced by chemical energy conversion reactions in our cells. Through new molecular scanning technology, it’s now possible to analyze the 5,000 different metabolites that are known to impact health, weight, energy, metabolism, and overall function of the human body. By determining the condition of each and their variance from what is normal, the analysis gives you deep insight into:

  • Lipid metabolism
  • Nerve cell and neurotransmitter metabolism (substances transferring signals in the nervous system)
  • Carbohydrate metabolism (sugar, complex carbohydrates, fructose)
  • The oxidative condition and antioxidant mechanisms status
  • The lack or sufficiency  in vitamins and micronutrients
  • The condition of the intestinal flora of the body
  • Inflammation
  • The ability to detoxify and the toxic charge
  • The factors of DNA methylation (activation and functioning of genes)
  • Mitochondrial Dysfunction
  • Omega 3 and free fatty acids metabolism

Metabolomics takes it’ s name in accordance to other biology sciences adding the suffix –omics, which means the study of the relations between molecules of a similar group:

  • Gen-omics: study of genes
  • Prote-omics: study of proteins
  • Metabol-omics: study of metabolites

The measurement of metabolites is one of the most accurate tests available for the tracking and detection of specific dietary, environmental and metabolic causes concerning insoluble health problems. State of the art, High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Analyses in tandem with liquid chromatography, allows us to detect and measure chemical substances in infinitesimal amounts. (Tandem LC/MS Liquid chromatography–MassSpectrometry)

Our body is an internal combustion engine burning carbon in the presence of oxygen. In order for these complex chemical reactions - that characterize the regular function of our organism - to take place, the presence of sufficient quantities of a multitude of components is necessary. 

Through metabolomics  and the measurement of basic metabolic markers, we can measure the end results of these chemical reactions - the metabolites - and detect precisely which of these are normally carried out and which either hypo or hyper-function.

When a metabolic pathway within our body is affected, the function of all cells in the body is also affected.

According to the FDA the Metabolomic Profile is an integral part towards the application of Personalized Medicine. "Metabolic profiling is an essential component that along with genetics, transcriptomics and proteomics data will permit a detailed description of the interactions between metabolites, proteins, transcripts and genes in the health and disease continuum."

This specific test may provide us with evidence of vital importance for diseases such as:
  • Autoimmune Diseases
  • Heart Diseases
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Neurologic Diseases
  • Gastro-intestinal diseases
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Autism
  • Obesity
  • Prevention


The Metabolomic Analysis Profile test is carried out in blood and urine samples and in collaboration with one of the 5 top laboratories of its kind in the USA and Europe with the high technical standards required to carry out an exam certified by the European Research Network for Diagnosis and treatment of Inherited disorders of Metabolism (ERNDIM, the scientific institution with the highest laboratory standards worldwide) and the US Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC-MS) is an analytical chemistry technique that combines the physical separation capabilities of liquid chromatography (or HPLC) with the mass analysis capabilities of mass spectrometry (MS). Coupled chromatography - MS systems are popular in chemical analysis because the individual capabilities of each technique are enhanced synergistically. While liquid chromatography separates mixtures with multiple components, mass spectrometry provides structural identity of the individual components with high molecular specificity and detection sensitivity. This tandem technique can be used to analyze biochemical, organic, and inorganic compounds commonly found in complex samples of environmental and biological origin. Therefore, LC-MS may be applied in a wide range of sectors including biotechnology, environment monitoring, food processing, and pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and cosmetic industries.
Fathoming Metabolism
Harvard Magazine / 2011

Abstract
The study of metabolites does an end run around genomics to provide telling clues to your future health.Metabolites not only reveal much about your current health—how well you burn fats or how deep you can dig when exerting yourself physically—but can provide hints of what’s to come. Research on the major metabolic killers—diabetes, kidney disease, and heart disease—reveals critical signs of systemic dysfunction at the molecular level years before clinical symptoms appear.

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Metabolomics: What’s Happening Downstream of DNA
Environews / 2004

Abstract
Whereas genes and proteins set the stage for what happens in the cell, much of the actual activity is at the metabolite level: cell signaling, energy transfer, and cell-to-cell communication are all regulated by metabolites. Furthermore, gene and protein expression are closely linked, but metabolite behavior more closely reflects the actual cellular environment, which is itself dependent on nutrition, drug and pollutant exposures, and other exogenous factors that influence health.

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Sample External Studies and Articles on Metabolomics

Fathoming Metabolism
Harvard Magazine / 2011

Abstract
The study of metabolites does an end run around genomics to provide telling clues to your future health. Metabolites not only reveal much about your current health—how well you burn fats or how deep you can dig when exerting yourself physically—but can provide hints of what’s to come. Research on the major metabolic killers—diabetes, kidney disease, and heart disease—reveals critical signs of systemic dysfunction at the molecular level years before clinical symptoms appear. 
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Metabolomics: What’s Happening Downstream of DNA
Environews / 2004

Abstract
Whereas genes and proteins set the stage for what happens in the cell, much of the actual activity is at the metabolite level: cell signaling, energy transfer, and cell-to-cell communication are all regulated by metabolites. Furthermore, gene and protein expression are closely linked, but metabolite behavior more closely reflects the actual cellular environment, which is itself dependent on nutrition, drug and pollutant exposures, and other exogenous factors that influence health. 
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Application of metabolomics in autoimmune diseases: Insight into biomarkers and pathology
Journal Of Autoimmunology / 2015

Abstract
Metabolomics has recently become a new technology using mass spectrometry (MS) and high-resolution proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to access metabolite profiles in biofluids or tissue extracts for the detection of biomarker molecules and biochemical effects induced by a disease or its therapeutic intervention. This review outlines recent advances in the use of metabolomic techniques to study autoimmune diseases (ADs), including multiple sclerosis (MS), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), autoimmune diabetes et al. Many studies have demonstrated that AD patients including subtypes of some diseases, and healthy individuals can be distinguished using metabolic profiling accompanied with well-established data analysis tools including principal component analysis (PCA) and partial least squares (PLS). These metabolites not only affect glucose, amino acid and lipid metabolism, but also involve alteration of neurotransmitters, nucleotides, immune responses and anti-inflammatory responses. Knowledge of unique metabolomic fingerprint in ADs could be useful for diagnosis, treatment, and detection mechanisms of diseases.
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Metabolomics and Exercise: possibilities and perspectives
Universidade Estadual de Campinas / 2017

Abstract
The possibilities of using metabolomics approach are increasing in the fields of Health Sciences, Sports, and Physical Activity. The experimental design of the study is essential to take advantage of this tool and be able to answer questions in the metabolism comprehension. There is an exponential increase of the use of metabolomics in researches over the last 16 years. 
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Applications of metabolomics in cancer research
Journal of Carcinogenesis / 2013

Metabolomics holds great promise for advancing the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. The approach has already been used to uncover and verify mechanisms of carcinogenesis and proliferation, identify numerous candidate diagnostic biomarkers in biofluid and biopsy samples, and even contribute to the staging of cancers and characterization of treatment efficacy - much of this before metabolomics analysis became more widely accessible to researchers via broader establishment of metabolomics core facilities.
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Biomarkers Of Fatigue: Metabolomics Profiles Predictive of Cognitive Performance
Air Force Research Laboratory / 2012

Recent advances in our laboratory’s bioinformatics tools development for multivariate statistical analysis of NMR-based metabolomics data has resulted in more accurate biosignature and biomarker identification (Anderson et al. 2011). In the present study, bioinformatic analysis of NMR data indicated that urinary metabolite profiles could discern differences in cognitive performance of study subjects 12 h prior to cognitive testing, and of subjects that were sleep-deprived for 28 h.
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Metabolomics: the apogee of the omic triology
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology / 2012

Abstract
Metabolites, the chemical entities that are transformed during metabolism, provide a functional readout of cellular biochemistry. With emerging technologies in mass spectrometry, thousands of metabolites can now be quantitatively measured from minimal amounts of biological material, which has thereby enabled systems-level analyses. By performing global metabolite profiling, also known as untargeted metabolomics, new discoveries linking cellular pathways to biological mechanism are being revealed and shaping our understanding of cell biology, physiology, and medicine.
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Application of metabolomics: Focus on the quantification of organic acids in healthy adults
International Journal of Molecular Medicine / 2017

Abstract
Metabolomics, a 'budding' discipline, may accurately reflect a specific phenotype which is sensitive to genetic and epigenetic interactions. This rapidly evolving field in science has been proposed as a tool for the evaluation of the effects of epigenetic factors, such as nutrition, environment, drug and lifestyle on phenotype.
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Metabolomics is helping to change medicine from an empirically-based therapy model to a rationalized, molecular science. This shift can be clearly seen in the distribution of Nobel laureates for medicine and physiology in the first decade of this century.
There were 18 natural scientist Nobel laureates compared to only eight medical practitioners. Linus Pauling, a quantum chemist, biochemist, and one of the founders of molecular biology, could be considered the father of metabolomics. He predicted a new branch of medicine in his 1954 Nobel lecture; stating that the “chemist of the future” would come to rely on a new structural chemistry emphasizing molecular aspects. Pauling was also the founder of “orthomolecular medicine,” a branch that attributed disease to a biochemical imbalance and its treatment to proper nutrition.“The nutritional microenvironment of our body cells is crucially important to health, and deficiencies in this environment constitute a major cause of disease,” Pauling was quoted as saying.In 1971 Pauling co-authored the first paper on metabolomics although the term hadn’t yet been coined. That occurred in 1998 when it was used by S.G. Oliver and his colleagues in their published literature in Trends in Biotechnology. However, an argument could be made that modern scientists have not discovered metabolomics so much as rediscovered or renamed it. According to MIT Technology Review, metabolomics is one of the fastest growing breakthrough technologies. In 2000 there were zero studies published on metabolomics — by 2012 there were over 2,000. Today a vast amount of metabolomic data is being used to redefine nutritional science.
Potential Benefits
  • Prevent or reverse chronic disease
  • Reach optimal weight naturally, without calorie restriction
  • Increase energy, vitality and athletic performance.
  • Slow aging
  • Improve cognitive function
  • Address depression, anxiety, mood disorders.
  • Improve skin conditions like psoriasis
  • Counter Alzheimer’s, Autism, and other brain degenerative conditions.
Typical Focus Areas
  • Thyroid disorder
  • Cancer
  • Autoimmune
  • Fertility 
  • Autism
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Psoriasis
  • Depression, anxiety, paranoia
  • Aging
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180 Day Total Energy Upgrade
Metabolomic nutrition protocol with individually customized diet, supplementation and counseling. 

 

Purpose 
Transformative energy upgrade that supports self-healing and regeneration. Longevity. Resistance. Performance. Natural weight loss. Support against burnout, chronic disease, fatigue, depression and other modern ailments.  

What’s Unique
Leverages precise molecular data about individual energy production on a cellular level. Over 15,000 successful customer cases. 

Requires 
Molecular blood and urine test with European laboratory. 
Commitment to long-term diet and lifestyle adjustments.

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