LIFESTAR'S UNIQUE USE OF STABILIZED RICE BRAN

GENESIS COMPLEX II


What is Rice Bran?

Part of the reproductive system of non-processed rice, rice bran is the most complete source of naturally occurring combinations and amounts of primary and secondary food nutrients and micronutrients known to exist on earth.

Rice bran is the outer coating of the rice kernel. Worldwide it is removed from the white portion of rice in a process known as polishing. Polishing breaks up the coating into smaller particles, which begin to oxidize within a few minutes. Attached to and also a part of the rice bran in a portion called the rice germ. The rice germ is the rice version of an egg and contains the reproductive system of the rice kernel.

The oil portion of the bran is damaged by the polishing process and starts to degrade in several ways one of which is by enzymatically induced rancidity. Put another way, a naturally occurring enzyme in the oil that helped make it, starts to take it back apart. Within about 12 hours there is enough damage to effectively reduce the nutritional advantages of the rice bran and make it unfit for human consumption.

It is estimated that between 50 and 60+ million metric tons of rice bran is discarded world wide every year because of the degradation induced by the milling process. Already paid for, this most valuable nutrient source in typically thrown away.

Various attempts at stabilizing rice bran have been attempted since the early 1900's and it wasn't until 1978 that the results of a successful stabilization process were scientifically published. By the early 1980's a process had been developed by the United States Department of Agriculture that effectively deactivated the enzyme in the rice bran oil that contributed the most to the degradation of the rice bran.

As of 2001 there were two plants in the United States that effectively stabilize rice bran using identical equipment in a non-chemical process. Two more are scheduled for late 2008 and early 2009. Except for certain export purposes, the product of these two plants is licensed to only one company, which is the sole source of stabilized rice bran in the United States. Virtually all stabilized rice bran on the American market being used in any product originates from this single source. As a raw material, this stabilized rice bran is sold through distribution channels to eventually become various forms of finished products. Various manufacturers can then modify stabilized rice bran to fit their individual markets and retail channels.

At Lifestar we offer something different.

What is Lifestar's version like?

It is the most complete source of naturally occurring combinations and amounts of primary and secondary food nutrients and micronutrients known to exist on earth,

...as of late June 2014 Geneis has been sigiificantly improved with Genesis Complex II.

With addiditional observations among numerous clients, reports back from doctors and personal experience, Genesis Complex has shown to support improved and sometimes significant results in areas of cancer, leukemia, hepatitis C, HDL/LDL ratio, total cholesterol, blood pressure, neuropathy, Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, Congestive Heart Failure, lower PSA levels, herniated disks, swollen prostate, skin conditions, erectile dysfunction and a significantly higher resistance or total elimination of the ability to sun burn. More stable blood sugar, reduction of hypoglycemia within a few days, reduced bruising, healthier looking skin in four to five weeks is quite common.

Genesis may be taken in water or juice, but DO NOT heat or use in a blender. Instead, use a shaker or just mix. Geneis contains 18 amino acids including all nine essential ones, as well as more than 120 naturaally occurring antioxicants. Below is a partial list of the nutrients found in Genesis iin their typical amounts per recommendation of 3 tablespoons per day.

This Complex includes 2.7% by weight of our multi-ascorbate plant-cell grown Vitamin C Complex

Carotenoids
mg's/mcg's
Natural Complex Sugars
mg's/%
Polyphenols
Amino Acid Profile
mg's/%
Alpha Carotene
0.84 mcg
Fructose
0.12 %
å-Lipoic Acid 0.02 mg
Alanine
0.202%
Beta Carotene
7.77 mcg
Glucose
0.10%
Ferulic Acid
Arginine
0.227%
Lycopene
0.48 mcg
Maltose
0.58%
Methyl Ferulate
Aspartic Acid
0.286%
Lutein
13.40 mcg
Sucrose
12.32%
p-Coumaric Acid
Cysteine
0.067%
Zeaxanthine
3.86 mcg
p-Sinapic Acid
Glutamic Acid
0.399%
Pre-Cryptoxanthine
1.55 mcg
Minerals
mg's/mcg's
Glycine
0.168%
Calcium
2.94 mg
Flavones & Proanthocyanidins
Histidine
0.080%
Vitamins & Other Nutrients
mg's/mcg's
Chloride
87.25
Isovitexin
Isoleucine
0.071%
Vitamin C Complex (Lifestar)
428.00 mg
Chromium
0.0018 mcg
Flavone Glycosides
Leucine
0.191%
Vitamin C naturally occurring
1.05 mg
Copper
0.11 mg
Olegomeric Proanthocyanidins
Lysine
0.143%
Vitamin D
05.25 iu
Iodine
3.16 mg
Nonstarchy Polysaccharides
Methoionine
0.053%
Vitamin E (all forms)
07.67 iu
Iron
0.61 mg
Hemicelluloses
Phenylalanine
0.116%
Tocopherols
2.52 mg
Magnesium
56.19 mg
Glyosides & Sugars
Proline
0.132%
Tocotrienols
2.86 mg
Manganese
1.60 mg
Proteoglycans
Serine
0.204%
Vitamin B-1
0.57 mg
Phosphorus
175.91 mg
Threonine
0.076%
Vitamin B-2
0.06 mg
Potassium
283.77 mg
Fiber
Tryptophan
0.044%
Vitamin B-3 Niacin
9.85 mg
Selenium
1.36 mcg
Cellulose
Tyrosine
0.092%
Vitamin B-5 Pantothenic Acid
0.87 mg
Sodium
2.50 mg
Lignin
Valine
0.118%
Vitamin B-6
0.66 mg
Zinc
0.49 mg
Lignan
Vitamin B-12 (natural cobalimin)
0.10 mg
Pectin
Major Plant Sterols
mg's/%
Folic Acid
5.58 mcg
Phospholipids
Mucopolysaccharides
ß-Sitosterol
36.42 mg
Biotin
2.96 mcg
Phosphatidylcholin
Brassicasterol
02.75 mg
Choline
22.01 mg
Phosphatidylserine
Other Plant Sterols
Campesterol
20.32 mg
Vitamin K
44.18 mcg
Phosphatidylthanolamine
ß-Amryn
Stigmasterol
12.18 mg
Inositol/Myoinositol
31.42 mg
Lysophosphatidylcholine
Delta 5-Avinsterol
Lysophosphatidylethanolamine
Delta 7-Stigmastenol
Fatty Acid Profile
Other Antioxidants
mg's
Lysolecithin
Acyl sterol glycoside
Linoleic Acid
36.00%
Alpha- Tocopherol
Isofucosterol
Linolenic Acid
01.00%
Beta-Tocopherol
Enzymes
Citostadicnol
Myristic Acid
00.25%
Gama-Tocopherol
Aspartate Amino Transferase
Obtusifoliol
Oleic Acid
45.00%
Delta-Tocopherol
Coenzyme Q-10
Branosterol 3.07 mg
Palmitric Acid
15.00%
Alpha- Tocotrienol
Glutathione Peroxidase
Gramisterol
Steric Acid
02.00%
Beta-Tocotrienol
Isozymes AAT-1 & AAT-2
Olegoglycosyl sterol
Gama-Tocotrienol
Methionine Reductase
6-Deoxycastasterone
Misc. Information
mg's/%
Delta-Tocotrienol
Polyphenol Oxidase
Demethysterol
Calories
8.30%
Tocotrienols (artifacts)
Superoxidase Dismutase (SOD)
Methyl Sterol
Carbohydrates
45-55%
Gamma-Oryzanol
51.50 mg
Amylase enzymes
28-Homotyphasterol
Fat (Lipids)
25.00%
Cycloartenyl Ferulate
Cellulase enzymes
28-Homotsteasteronic Acid
Moisture
4-8%
Campesteryl Ferulate
Lipase enzymes
Cellotetraosylsitosterol
Protein
12-16%
Stigmasteryl Ferulate
Isofucosterol
Soluble Fiber
2-6%
ß-Sitosteryl Ferulate
Sterol Glucoside
Insoluble Fiber
21-29%
Phytic Acid
Ash
8.30%
210-Methylene Cycloartanyl Ferulate
Bulk Density (g/cc)
0.33
Mineral & Trace Element Carbonate
Mineral & Trace Element Carbonate
Probiotic Complex 1.87% by weight
Complex16% by Weight
Complex 16% by Weight
Lactobacillus acidophilus
Antimony Osmium Lactobacillus casei
Barium Oxygen Streptoccus faecium
Beryllium Sodium
Bifidobacterium bifidum
Bismuth Tellurium Aspergillus Oryzae (fermentation)
Bromine Palladium
Boron Phosphorus
Calcium Platinum
Carbon Rhodium
Polysaccharides
Chromium Rubidium Arabinofuranoside
Cobalt Ruthenium
Arabinogalactan
Copper Selenium Arabinoxylan Hemicelluloses
Fluorine Silicon Cycloartenol Ferulic acid-glycoside
Gallium Silver
Diferulic-acid-3 Glucose+2-calcium complex
Germanium Strontium Glycoprotein
Gold Sulfur Hemicellulose
Hydrogen Tellurium Proteoglucan
Iodine Thorium Xyloglucan
Iridium Titanium
Iron Tin
Lanthanum Titanium
Lithium Tungsten
Manganese Vanadium
Magnesium Yttrium
Molybdenum Zinc
Nickel Zirconium
Nitrogen

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