IEE™ (Incubated Egg Extract) is a trademarked name to describe the combination of nutrients that are extracted from a 9-day-old incubated fertile chicken egg using a patented process developed in Norway.
FreeMart TGM IEE™ Supplement contains two unique ingredients not found together in any other supplement.
IEE™ has been used in Norway and throughout Scandinavia for many years. A unique, nutrient-dense, cholesterol-free dietary substance, IEE™ is derived from pre-embryonic fertilized hen eggs incubated under controlled conditions until they have reached peak levels of nutrients and growth factors.
IEE™’s nutritional profile includes amino acids, glycopeptides and oligopeptides held in a unique balance not found in other whole food supplements. A number of clinical studies indicate that IEE™ acts as a catalyst for hormonal production and expression. IEE™ appears to positively influence levels of cortisol, often called “the stress hormone,” as well as testosterone, the hormone with the most potent effect on sexual desire for both men and women.
And of course, no stress support supplement would be complete without the key “anti-stress” vitamin cobalamin, or vitamin B12. But we didn’t settle for just any B12. We selected only the most clinically advanced, high-absorption, pharmaceutical-grade form possible. MeB12 is a patented form of methylcobalamin that differs in form and function from common forms such as cyanocobalmin. MeB12 has been shown in clinical research to:
- Contribute to normal red blood cell formation*
- Contribute to a normal function of the immune system *
- Contribute to normal cell division in support of brain health and function*
- Contribute to normal energy metabolism*
Synergy of IEE™ and MeB12
No other dietary supplement on the market brings together these advanced ingredients in clinically relevant dosages to provide fast, long-lasting support for mind-body wellness under times of stress.
The IEE™ Lowering Stress Response Study
In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study was performed to test the possible effect of IEE™ in acute stress (TSST). The study specifically looked at:
- Heart rate
- Cortisol level
- Subjective evaluation of acute stress (VAS)
The study used nonsmoking healthy male volunteers, age 20-50 years old.