Stress and Cellular Health

Did you know your psychological health can impact your physical health on a cellular level? Specifically, changes have been observed in mitochondria as a result of psychological stress. “Research points to mitochondria as a potential intersection point between psychosocial experiences and biological stress responses. As more research is performed, evidence suggests mitochondria "sense, integrate, and signal information about their environment. This includes various stress-induced mediators, which cause structural and functional ‘recalibration’ of the mitochondria.”[1] This research supports the idea of the psychosomatic unity paradigm, which essentially means there is a strong, two-way connection between mental and physical health.[2]

All of these reasons and more point to the necessity of taking care of your body at the cellular level! Maintain a healthy living style with diet and exercise, and don’t forget to take your TEN. Working at the cellular level, this proprietary formula provides essential nutrients needed to support your body’s mitochondria.* The clinical studies of TEN have generated results to support the effects of TEN at the cellular level, particularly under stressed human culture conditions. The TEN formula possess the ability to induce a significant increase in the number of mitochondrial organelles within human leukocytes (white blood cells) after 2 hours (a rapid 20% increase) and a greater increase (32%) after the 4 week period.* TEN created a significant increase (14%) in the functional capacity/energetics of the mitochondria within 2 hours of consumption.* Designed to support the number of mitochondria in your body and assist them in working more efficiently, Bod•ē TEN will help power your body to its fullest potential.*

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

**Although the TEN studies were small in scale and no conclusive findings can be inferred from

them, their results are extremely promising. Bode Pro is planning to use the data from these

initial studies to conduct a larger human clinical study to further confirm these preliminary

findings. 


[1] Wolters Kluwer Health. "Cellular 'powerhouses' may explain health effects of stress." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 2 February 2018. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/02/180202123742.htm.

[2] Barbato, Luisa, and Montecucco, Nitamo Federico. “Neuropersonality: A Psychosomatic Unity Paradigm.” International Body Psychotherapy Journal The Art and Science of Somatic Praxis Volume 15, Number 2 Spring 2016 pp 78 - 96. ISSN 2169-4745 Printing, ISSN 2168-1279. Online. https://www.ibpj.org/issues/articles/Neuropersonality%20Barbato%20&%20Montecucco.pdf.