When we started down the path of looking to provide its customers a solid, proven nutritional supplement to aid the brain in regulating the body and build a stronger body, we searched for an amino acid and oligopeptide combination which had all the required nourishment for the task at hand. We found numerous studies for the cause and effect of individual amino acids, peptides and hormones,
not to mention an equal number of products touting high dosages of one over another as beneficial for consumption. What was not clear was how many companies had developed and proven the right 'combination' of amino acids, peptides, and growth factors required? It didn't surprise us to find there were none. So we embarked on our own research project.
30 We looked for a balanced amino acid/peptide blend in nature, which could meet our needs with minimal additions. That is when we discovered that in 1929 a Canadian doctor, Dr. John Ralston Davison, theorized that an injected extract from fertilized hen eggs could be helpful for a number of his cancer patients. Stemfit Active In fact, he spent well over a decade developing and researching his theory. However, when Dr. Davidson passed away in 1943, his research on fertilized hen eggs quickly and quietly came to a halt and was lost. It wasn't until almost 50 years later that the pursuit of fertilized hen egg extract was revived by Norway's foremost expert on egg research, Dr. Bjodne Eskeland.