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The key to health is eliminating toxicities and deficiencies! - Dr. William R. Kellas

Risotriene

Risotriene is an ultra-pure, stabilized, soluble Rice Bran product.

RiSoTriene is a fantastic, health supporting food. It is comprised of 100% stabilized, soluble, predigested rice germ and rice bran.

It contains only 61 calories per serving. It is a superior, health-supportive food for newborn babies, centenarians, and everyone in between, furnishing high amounts of nutrient tools for all human cells. It is especially supportive for those with the below health challenges:

By supportive, we mean that the natural and balanced nutrients in RiSoTriene can be used by the cells of the body as a toolkit or as building blocks to be used in whatever way the cells choose. Unnatural products (i.e. prescription drugs — override the cell’s choice and force a reaction in the cell. That’s why we believe natural is better. Natural empowers.

  • Stress - Particularly Persons Undergoing Chemotherapy/Radiation/Surgery
  • Lactic Acid Buildup (take note runners and Parkinson's sufferers)
  • Diabetes or Insulin Resistance Challenges
  • Sleeping Problems
  • Chron’s or IBS
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Candida
  • Ulcers
  • ADHD
  • and much more

For most of earth’s history, the majority of nutrition in rice, the nutrition in the bran and germ, was “inaccessible” — completely locked up inside the germ/bran.

Rice is the most important food crop in the world. Yet, for most earth's history, mankind could not access the most valuable nutrients of the rice kernel, namely the rice germ and bran. That's because separating bran and germ from the white part of the rice kernel causes rancidity in the bran and germ to occur in about four hours (unless cooked or chemically treated). Unfortunately, cooking or chemically treating the bran and germ also destroys the nutrition. A little over a decade ago, a method was discovered for separating out the germ and bran from the remainder of the rice kernel without cooking or chemicals, thus preserving the fragile nutrition in the rice germ and bran!

This non-destructive separation technique has been perfected that prevents rancidity from occurring. The result is that single spoonful of RiSoTriene supplies more assimilable, balanced, food-form, health-improving nutrient tools than your body may have ever had access to before. Your body can use the fabulous nutrition that was previously locked up in the rice to heal itself.

So, for the first time in the history of man, rice’s tremendous nutrition is available without having to eat all the carbohydrates in the whole rice kernel. Previously, a person would have to eat a many pounds of white rice to equal the nutrition in a single serving of RiSoTriene.


Milled Versus Paddy Rice

This picture shows paddy or whole rice kernels next to white rice kernels. The kernels appear to be about the same size, because the brown part of the rice kernel makes up just 8% of the mass of rice kernel. Interestingly, that 8% contains two thirds of the total nutrition of rice. The brown part of rice is 20 times more nutrient dense than the white part.

This begs the question, why don't we care more about this nutrient dense part of rice?

Rice is the most commonly eaten food in the world. It's very nutrient rich, growing in fertile soils and soaking up the sun's energy with which to make phytonutrients. Yet, most of rice’s nutrition is in the brown part that is routinely discarded. And, when people do eat the more nutritious “brown” rice, they cook it — destroying virtually all of the tremendous, but fragile nutrition in the germ and bran.
rice field
  1. Paddy, or unmilled rice doesn't store well. It goes rancid in a few months, while milled, white rice will store for many years. Because it stores so well is the reason that most people eat white rice.
  2. Since most people only eat the white part of rice, with the brown part being discarded, mankind is not accessing the tremendous phytonutrients and antioxidants that the sun, water and soil have put into bran and germ of rice. This is a huge and sad waste. But, until Risotriene was discovered most of the nutrition of rice was always wasted.
  3. Unfortunately, when people do eat the whole rice (IE, brown rice), they routinely destroy the potential nutrients through cooking. Most of the fragile nutrients in the brown rice are inactivated by cooking. Of course, the carbs aren’t killed. They will still be assimilated perfectly. But, how many carbs does a person need?
  4. In past ages of history, carbs were always needed... because people worked extensively and used up many thousands of calories daily in their labors. But, today is a different time. If you’re like most people, you’re overfed on carbs, but underfed on nutrients. And, that's the reason to add Risotriene to your daily diet.

The Great Need of Modern People Is Not Calories, But Rather Today's Need is Nutrients

Rice Kernel
  • Here is a blowup of a Rice Kernel showing the bran and germ from which RiSoTriene comes. The bran and germ of the rice kernel contains nearly 70 percent of rice’s total nutrients, but comprise only 8% of the mass of rice.
  • Most people in the industrialized part of the world get plenty of calories/carbohydrates, i.e., fuel. We are, in fact, virtually always overfed on calories.
  • At the same time, however, we are almost without exception underfed in terms of nutrients, the building blocks that maintain our cells in good operating condition.
  • Since the white part of the rice contains most of the calories and the brown part contains most of the nutrients it would be desirable to separate these two parts and focus our efforts on eating more of the nutrient dense bran and germ.

A Breakthrough Discovery Allows The Brown Part of Rice to Be Separated From the White Part Without the Onset of Rancidity

Patty Mayhew McPeakDuring the 1980s, while visiting rural India, researcher Patty Mayhew noticed that when Indian children became sick, Indian mothers would rush to rice mills and obtain freshly discarded rice millings, mix these discards in water and feed it to their children, who would then quickly recover. She learned that this procedure had to be done immediately, within just a few hours, or else the rice discards would become rancid and unusable. When she came back to the U.S. she and her team worked tirelessly to create a way of preventing the onset of rancidity in rice bran that had been separated from the white part of the rice. Her team found that the culprit was the lipase enzyme which would cause the bran to be destroyed. They found that cooking or chemical processing could stabilize the rice bran but would also destroy the very nutrition they were trying to access. Finally, she and her team were able to perfect a non-destructive method for stabilizing the rice bran so it wouldn't go rancid. This process involves mechanical extrusion of the rice germ and bran, breaking the lipase enzyme which causes the onset of rancidity. So, now, the nutrient dense portion of the rice kernel could be separated without rancidity occurring, and the shelf-stable product, Risotriene came into existence.

With this discovery, for the first time in the history of man, rice’s tremendous nutrition is available without having to also eat all the carbohydrates in the whole rice kernel. A person would have to eat a a bushel of white rice to equal the nutrition in a single canister of RiSoTriene.

For vitamin pill takers, take note that because RiSoTriene is a food, rather than a vitamin supplement, it contains numerous natural vitamins and other nutrients that man-made supplements can NEVER furnish.

How Risotriene Is Made

RiSoTriene is a granulated powder that is extracted from the outer layer of the paddy rice kernel in a three step process.

  1. The germ and bran are stabilized by fracturing the lipase enzyme that otherwise causes rancidity. The fracturing is done in a proprietary mechanical extrusion process (like homogenization) with correctly sized holes through which the bran and germ are pushed.
  2. Insoluble fiber is removed via water filtration.
  3. What remains is then predigested — so that it is virtually perfectly assimilable by everyone.

Risotriene Helps Heal Human Tissue

The most common things that consuming Risotriene has been reported to help with include:

  • Scars - has helped lighten them until they aren't noticeable anymore
  • Lactic Acid buildup - many runners finish races with their muscles still feeling fresh
  • Blood sugar swings - helps blood sugar stay more stable
  • Wounds - helps with ulcers inside the body or outside on the skin
  • Nerves - especially nerve linings
  • Brain Tissue - helps people think more clearly, sleep better, etc.

What Risotriene Does Inside the Body

The nutrients in RiSoTriene become part of a cascade of building blocks and signals provided to your body’s cells to “repair” themselves. RiSoTriene is the best source of Gamma Oryzanol, an important nutrient that is believed to naturally accelerate healing of bodily tissues. By eating RiSoTriene, your body’s natural healing capacity will be accentuated and will feel better in many ways!

Once your body discovers RiSoTriene, it will let you know that you don’t want to live without the increased energy and wellness its daily use gives.

RiSoTriene feeds your body more raw nutrition than you can get in perhaps any other way. This is so important because over the long haul, excellent nutrition is the best ensurer of health.

Here are ten reasons why RiSoTriene is the preferred food supplement of thousands of people:

  1. RiSoTriene is FOOD! — and provides us with numerous nutrients that scientists will never be able to synthesize — in a balanced format that doesn’t cause extra work for the body to utilize.
  2. RiSoTriene contains very few calories (61 per serving).
  3. RiSoTriene is gluten free. So, even people suffering from IBS and celiac disease can eat it.
  4. RiSoTriene tastes great (something in between malt and ground up nuts) in water/juice or mixed in food.
  5. RiSoTriene is powerful for assisting cells and tissues of the human body with tools and nutrients to be used in their process of healing and maintenance. It naturally contains Gamma Oryzanol, one of the most important group of healing nutrients known to man and the subject of numerous use-patents Gamma Oryzanol instructs the cells to repair themselves.
  6. RiSoTriene is an antioxidant power house with numerous distinct antioxidants. Antioxidants work better in teams and in RiSoTriene there are at least 107 distinct antioxidants including numerous powerful tocotrienol antioxidants.
    • Tocotrienols are more mobile and more reactive than other antioxidants. So, in this sense they’re better. They have been shown in some preliminary studies to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis. Also, tocotrienols have been shown in some preliminary studies to reduce the risk of breast cancer by over 90%. The least potent antioxidant of RiSoTriene is sixty times more potent than Vitamin E and the most powerful antioxidant in RiSoTriene is 6,000 times more potent at neutralizing free radicals than Vitamin E.
  7. RiSoTriene is great for enhanced athletic performance because it contains a powerful comprehension of natural B-Vitamins (rice is the source of many if not most B-Vitamin products) that have been shown to increase energy and stabilize blood sugar (including those B-Vitamins that cannot be synthesized in a laboratory such as Pangamic Acid or B-15, that has been called the Russian athletic performance secret
  8. Another outstanding characteristic of RiSoTriene is that it contains all of the amino acids to help maintain organs, glands and tissues.
  9. RiSoTriene is highly digestible and assimilable. It is hypoallergenic (new born babies, allergic to their own mother’s milk, have thrived on it)
  10. RiSoTriene is prepared with quality standards that go beyond ordinary food and nutritional products — every batch is tested for residue of pesticides and chemicals before and after processing. The bran and germ from which RiSoTriene is captured comes from rice grown in Montana and California’s Sacrament Valley within 7 seconds of milling. This nutrient dense portion of the rice kernel is then stabilized via extrusion and further filtered to remove insoluble fiber.

Potential Mechanisms of Action of Risotriene

  • It is believed that Risotriene helps turn fat into energy using natural lipolytics
  • It is believed that its large amounts of sterols help the body to correctly process and reduce bad LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.
  • It is believed that Risotriene helps cells more efficiently utilize blood sugar by repairing damaged Insulin receptors (thus lowering Insulin resistance). It is considered a safe food for diabetics and those with hypoglycemia and endorsed by the Diabetes Research Institute.
  • Is believed that Risotriene is is of great value in terms of slowing down aging by combating one of the main causes of aging — namely free radicals because of its numerous antioxidants (over 107 antioxidants in Risotriene help to quench free radicals).
    • Furnishes over 100 antioxidants, including tocotrienols, slowing the aging process, by absorbing many of the more than 100,000,000,000 oxidative hits that the normal human body encounters each day.
    • The least active tocotrienol antioxidant is 40 - 60 times more potent than vitamin E (alpha tocopherol) and some of tocotrenol compounds in Risotriene have over one hundred times greater antioxidant activity than pycnogenol®
  • It is believed that the essential fatty acids in Risotriene, in combination with its many sterols, help produce and balance hormones and help protect the skin from wrinkling.
  • It is believed that Risotriene helps bolster energy, muscle power and stamina due to its highly absorbable super B vitamins like ferulic acid and Pangamic acid (the latter became well known as the Russians' secret athletic performance booster, and it's naturally occurring in Risotriene).
  • It is believed that the totality of nutrients combined with the cell-healing Gamma Oryzanol compounds in Risotriene both stimulate and enable healing of the many tissues of the body. The most common anecdotal report we get about RiSoTriene is in regard to skin conditions clearing up, including scarring, psoriasis, eczema, dry hard skin, etc.
Five Important Facts to Remember About Risotriene's Ability to Heal
  1. Each 12 gram serving of RiSoTriene has the nutrition from one pound of original paddy rice, but only 61 calories.
  2. RiSoTriene is Uncooked. Cooking destroys many delicate nutrients, which is part of the reason that RiSoTriene is so “healing” and nourishing to the body’s cells.
  3. The body knows how to use the nutrients in RiSoTriene because it is food, not synthesized vitamins. Laboratory synthesized vitamin isolates present a challenge to the body because they are incomplete or unbalanced which creates additional work for the body, which must scavenge the need balancing nutrients in order to use the vitamins.
  4. RiSoTriene helps the body to utilize fuel better. It helps move sugar molecules into cells and out of the blood, thus helping to lower blood sugar. This makes it a great food for diabetics, hypoglycemics or people with energy crashes and mood swings.
  5. RiSoTriene is particularly nourishing to two particular parts of the body... the skin and the nerves and brain cells. The reason is that the skin is constantly attacked by free radicals (the skin being the first defense system the body has against the world). RiSoTriene has over 100 distinct antioxidants. And antioxidants work best in teams. RiSoTriene is a great antioxidant team all by itself. The second reason is that RiSoTriene is a cell proliferant, that is it helps cells repair themselves more quickly. This is so important with slow-repairing nerve and brain cells.
Why and How Can Risotriene be Problematic for Some People
  1. A very few people in this world (less than one out of a million) are allergic to rice. They need to avoid Risotriene.
  2. Risotriene can dramatically lower blood sugar. If you are taking medications for blood sugar, you may need to lower blood sugar medications, so please work with your health professional.
  3. Risotriene kills fungi. It contains natural anti-fungal chemicals since it naturally grows in wetlands where mold can thrive. Therefore, you may have Herxheimer reactions (die-off from fungi), which can be uncomfortable. Again, please proceed slowly to increase your dosage and/or work with your health professional.
  4. It contains very few calories (61) so it can be eaten as a part of a virtually any diet regimen. But, is not a substantial source of calories for persons who are trying to consume more calories.
  5. Risotriene is a dry powder, hence, it may tend to dry out the stool unless you drink extra water.

Antioxidants in Risotriene

  • Gamma Oryzanol (2200-3000ppm) Gamma Oryzanol is not a single component. It is a mixture of 20 components having different antioxidant properties:
    • Cycloartenol trans-ferulate
    • Cycloartenol cis-ferulate
    • Cycloartanol trans-ferulate
    • Cycloartanol cis-ferulate
    • Cycloeucalenol trans-ferulate
    • Cycloeucalenol cis-ferulate
    • 24-Methylenecycloartanol trans-ferulate
    • 24-Methylenecycloartanol cis-ferulate
    • 24-Methylcholesterol trans-ferulate
    • 24-Methylcholesterol cis-ferulate
    • β-Sitosterol trans-ferulate
    • β-Sitosterol cis-ferulate
    • β-Sitostenol trans-ferulate
    • β-Sitostenol cis-ferulate
    • Stigmasterol trans-ferulate
    • Stigmasterol cis-ferulate
    • Stigmastenol trans-ferulate
    • Stigmastenol cis-ferulate
    • Campesterol trans-ferulate
    • Campesterol cis-ferulate
  • Tocopherols and Tocotrienols (220-320ppm) Tocopherols and tocotrienols belong to the same chemical group but exist in 10 different isomeric forms having different antioxidant properties.
    • α-Tocopherol
    • β-Tocopherol
    • γ-Tocopherol
    • δ-Tocopherol
    • αTocotrienol
    • β-Tocotrienol
    • γ-Tocotrienol
    • δ-Tocotrienol
    • Desmethyl-tocotrienol
    • Didesmethyl tocotrienol
  • Polyphenols
    • Ferulic acid
    • α-Lipoic acid
    • Methyl ferulate
    • ρ-Coumaric acid
    • ρ-Sinapic acid
    • Isovitexin
    • Proanthocyanidins
  • Metal Chelators
    • Magnesium (6250-8440ppm)
    • Calcium (303-500ppm)
    • Phosphorous (14700-17000ppm)
  • Carotenoids (0.9-1.6ppm)
    • α-Carotene
    • β-Carotene
    • Lycopene
    • Lutein
    • Zeaxanthine
  • Phytosterols (21 Components) (2230-4400ppm)
    • β-Sitosterol
    • Campesterol
    • Stigmasterol
    • Sitostenol
    • Δ5-Avinasterol
    • Δ7-Stigmastenol
    • Sterol glucoside
    • Acylsterol glucoside
    • Oligoglycosylsterol
    • Monoglycosylsterol
    • Cellotetraosylsitosterol
    • Methylsterol
    • Dimethylsterol
    • Gramisterol
    • Isofucosterol
    • Obtusifoliol
    • Branosterol
    • 28-Homotyphasterol
    • 28-Homosteasteronic acids
    • 6-Deoxycastasterone-Amyrin
    • β-Amyrin
  • Amino Acids
    • Tryptophan (2100)
    • Histidine (3800)
    • Methionine (2500)
    • Cystein (336-448)
    • Cystine (336-448)
    • Arginine (10800)
  • B-Vitamins
    • Thiamin (22-31)
    • Riboflavin (2.5-3.5)
    • Niacin (370-660)
    • Pantothenic acid (36-50)
    • Pyridoxine (29-42)
    • Betaine
    • Dimethyl glycine
    • Inositol (12000-18,800)
    • Biotin (0.1-2.2)
    • Choline (930-1150)
    • Folate (0.20-0.30)
    • Phytates (1500-1750)
  • Polysaccharides
    • Cycloartenol-ferulic acid glycoside
    • Diferulic acid complex
    • Diferulic acid-calcium complex
    • Hemicelluloses
    • Arabinogalactan
    • Arabinoxylan
    • Xyloglucan
    • Proteoglycan
    • Glycoprotein
    • Arabinofuranoside
  • Phospholipids
    • Phosphatidylserine
    • PhosphatidylCholine
    • Phosphatidylethanolamine
    • Lysophophatidylcholine
    • Lysophosphatidylethanolamine
  • Enzymes
    • Glutathione peroxidase
    • Methionine reductase
    • Superoxide dismutase
    • Polyphenol oxidase
    • Catalase
    • Coenzyme Q10
    • Aspartate amino transferase Isozyme AAT-1 & AAT-2Vitamin C
  • Vitamin K
  • Chromium (<1 ppm)
  • Copper (0.07)
  • Iodine
  • Selenium
  • Zinc (1.75)

How to Use Risotriene in Your Daily Life

A spooonful of Risotriene

Risotriene tastes great no matter how you eat it (or drink it). Some people eat it from a spoon. It has a taste in between ground-up nuts and malt. Others add several tablespoons to a smoothie, bowl of breakfast cereal, yoghurt, or mix it into no-bake desserts. The only wrong way for taking Risotriene is to cook it.

We recommend amounts as follows:

  • Infants — 1 to 2 teaspoons from one to four times per day.
  • Children — 1 tablespoon from one to four times per day.
  • Adults — 2 to 4 tablespoons from one to four times per day.

Taking it more than once per day is very useful for healing and keeping blood sugar stable, while taking one serving a day is recommended for health maintenance.

Endorsements by wellness professionals are not scientific proofs. They are opinions. You must not rely on anyone’s opinion, that is not your own health professional. But, opinions are still nice, they give you a starting point for your own research and discussions with your health advisor. Click here to listen to an audio presentation by some of the health professionals below.

Mark Drucker

Dr. Mark Drucker, M.D. and Director for the Center for Advanced Medicine in Encinitas, California, states

“As a family physician and the medical director of the Center for Advanced Medicine, I'm in a great position to help patients who are sick and tired of being sick and tired. While most doctors still practice medicine with the goal of just suppressing symptoms (they have accepted the disease as part of their patient), I've tried to take a more holistic approach. Hypocrites, the father of medicine, said, "Nutrition shall be your medicine." So, at the Center, we use nutritional products to restore the body's biochemical balance, and we draw on the expertise of different specialists, such as chiropractors and massage therapists, to help people feel better.

For a long time we used different combinations of vitamins and minerals, all which had been synthesized in a laboratory. But what we really wanted to find was a natural food product that could achieve better results for our patients. RiSoTriene was our answer. When we began using RiSoTriene, we found that its nutrients are absorbed directly into the bloodstream, bringing fast results.

Our patients using RiSoTriene make steady progress. There are also fewer allergic reactions because it's a natural food with no additives. Many of the chronic illnesses that we see are the result of improper membrane function. A membrane acts like a fence - it keeps your cow and horses separated. When it's not working right, allergies, high blood pressure, and other problems can get even worse and you general health degenerates.

Essential fatty acids are critically important, yet these are the nutrients people are least likely to have in their diets. People need the fat found in fish and cold-weather oils such as flax, sesame, and canola oils. However, the fat most people eat is not essential fat. It's commercial hydrogenated fat, the kind in chips, crackers, and fast food, and is like putting diesel fuel in a gasoline engine - it doesn't work. And if people are not ingesting the right kinds of fats, their bodies don't have the ability to convert commercial fat into essential fats like Omega 3, Omega 6, and Omega 9. Products like RiSoTriene provide these essential fats.

It's a matter of getting back to basics. I learned all about nutritional medicine back in medical school, but I'm only beginning to realize its full importance to a persons health. Today's medical industry is based on a pharmaceutical approach - doctors take the easy way out by giving people drugs. If the medical profession would go back to thinking about the nutrients the body needs to function properly, we should all be more careful to incorporate nutrition and look at the whole picture of a patient's health, and use nutritional knowledge to help a patient get started on the road to better health.

RiSoTriene improves my patients' health because it is a whole food that contains a symphony of nutrients.

David Nelson

Dr. David Nelson, ND, nutritional consultant for the Center of Advanced Medicine in Encinitas, California says

“RiSoTriene is the result of a specialized processing of rice concentrates and extracts. It's a superfood that provides the most nutritious complex available. It has 107 antioxidants, including tocotrienols, which have been found to be six thousand times more effective than vitamin E. The product is yeast-free, starch-free, and sugar-free, and its arsenal of antioxidants and fatty acids help boost energy and stamina and help regulate blood sugar.

We have athletes using this product as well as individuals with hypoglycemia and diabetes. Because RiSoTriene is a food instead of a drug or supplement, there's no danger of overdosing on its antioxidants or its other substances. In fact, we need these nutrients. If we're eating right, we get them from our food. But sadly, most Americans eat the standard diet of refined sugars, refined carbohydrates, and refined flours. They're not getting the necessary complex sugars and complex grains - most people don't even know what millet and whole-grain rice are. Therefore, they're not getting much in the way of nutrition, especially antioxidants.

RiSoTriene provides the nutrition and protection that our diets often don't and because it's a water-based, predigested product, it allows for faster, more complete absorption. This benefit is critical for individuals who experience fatigue and low energy as a result of poor absorption. RiSoTriene gets into the system and immediately provides the body with nutrients.

Everyone wants more energy, more stamina, and less fatigue. Because we don't always receive these benefits from our diets, we often turn to coffee or other stimulants. Here is where RiSoTriene can be so helpful. It gives us natural support so we don't have to take stimulants of any kind. Instead of riding a roller coaster all day, our energy level stays more stable. We can be more productive throughout the day and need less sleep at night.

Here at the Center for Advanced Medicine in Encinitas, California, we have recommended RiSoTriene to literally every patient We rely on the more natural health benefits that RiSoTriene provides as we try to find the root causes of disease With this product nobody is left out. People who are seriously ill or even those who are just bothered by a few allergies find it useful. It helps everyone from children to senior citizens. RiSoTriene is even safe for pregnant women.

We all need RiSoTriene because of the way we're eating. It especially benefits vegetarians, who often find it difficult to get all the nutrients they need. It takes a lot of discipline to follow a vegetarian program correctly, so we try to educate vegetarians. We typically recommend RiSoTriene to them as a complete food complex.

RiSoTriene is a food - a complete food - safer than any other product on the market. It's a benefit to everyone.”

Michael Samuels

Dr. Michael G. Samuels, D.O., Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth says

“I was happy to learn that scientists had finally found a way to stabilize the bran. As I see it, the greatest benefits of this product are that the rice bran's nutrients can now be easily absorbed by the body and the product is palatable - even tasty. This matter of absorption is essential. You can take all the vitamins you want, but if you can't absorb and distribute them where they're needed, they're useless.

Before I use any product in my practice, I test it first and check the patient's blood using a powerful, darkfield microscope, we take blood samples a couple of times a day. It didn't take but five days of this testing for RiSoTriene to impress me. Blood cells that showed marked signs of nutritional deficiency were improving greatly in those few days.

I gave some of the product to a couple of my patients and told them to call and tell me what they thought of it. Both called me back with great results. In fact, one man is in a nursing home, and he's doing so well on RiSoTriene that he's got almost everybody in the nursing home on it. Some of the most dramatic results I've seen with this product are in older people. If a patient is fifty-five years of age or older, I automatically put them on the product to establish a nutrient baseline. Elderly people need the better absorption of nutrients that RiSoTriene offers.

I treat a lot of people who, for various reasons, have nutritional deficiencies. I feel my job is to teach people how to take care of themselves so they don't have to be dependent on a physician. I want them to know how to keep their internal houses clean. Nutrition is the key and because RiSoTriene is so easily absorbed by the body, it's proving an integral part of my educational and treatment programs.”

George Kelly

Dr. K. George Kelly has been a chiropractic physician

Dr. K. George Kelly has been a chiropractic physician for nearly ten years. He is board certified in chiropractic internal disorders. Dr. Kelly served for many years as a qualified medical examiner. The following endorsement of RiSoTriene was published in in “Health News” on the front page. He says, "RiSoTriene consists of perfect chains of essential fatty acids, trace minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants, which, because they're in perfect ratio, are absorbed into the body - not as bits and pieces, but as whole organic structures. These structures then repair different organ systems on the cellular level!

People in America and around the world face a serious challenge today, finding a dietary food supplement that will give them everything they need. There are so many supplements available, people often get confused and have no idea what to take. I believe that RiSoTriene will take care of all of these issues and give people results that they can feel almost immediately. I believe that everybody should seriously consider taking this product.

RiSoTriene is having a profound effect on all kinds of people - from those with debilitating diseases to those who want to bring their health to a higher level".

Steve Lutes

Dr. Steve Lutes is a medical epidemiologist and anthropologist. He says in regard to RiSoTriene:

“I’ve been using RiSoTriene for five years and it's the single best nutritional supplement ever to come along. I’ve introduced RiSoTriene to many hundreds of other people with moderate to serious health challenges and watched as they experienced truly life changing results."

Dr. Joe Hymer

Dr. Joe Hymer is a deceased medical doctor from Castroville, Texas.

We include his endorsement since he was one of most passionate voices for RiSoTriene and because he passed away from causes unreleated to nutritional deficiency. He was an avid user of RiSoTriene for many years. He taught everyone who would listen about RiSoTriene saying:

“For the past 50 years, every major rice growing country in the world has searched for a way to stabilize the bran, but without success. A major break through in extrusion technology has now unlocked the means to stabilize the rice bran while maintaining and enhancing its nutritional value. The stabilization is accomplished without the use of chemicals or any additives. The rice bran has been transformed into one of the most valuable food resources ever discovered. I personally and many of my patients love RiSoTriene and its many benefits."

Rice Bran, Risotriene, Arsenic — Safety

Fact:

Arsenic is found in most soils on earth. Rice uptakes arsenic from the soil at a much higher rate than occurs with most other plants. The result is that arsenic is found in much higher amounts in rice than in most other foods. Most of the arsenic that rice uptakes from soils goes into the bran part of the rice, and not in the starchy, white interior. It is conjectured that arsenic in the outer layers of rice helps it to be more resistant to mold and fungus that tend to exist in wet soils where rice grows.

Because arsenic exists in the bran and RiSoTriene is made from rice bran it follows that arsenic will exist in RiSoTriene, too. Tests show that there are .00061 milli grams of inorganic arsenic per gram of RiSoTriene. This amount is significantly lower than for other rice bran products since our rice bran comes from non-pesticide treated crops (and fields) in Montana, California and Louisiana and therefore, is only uptaken from the soil and not from those pesticides (as is the case with lesser quality rice products).

Is the Amount of Arsenic in RiSoTriene a Concern For Those of Us Who Eat RiSoTriene Regularly?

Answer: No. Here's why:

To answer this question we have to compare the amount of inorganic arsenic that is in a serving of RiSoTriene with the PTWI (provisional tolerable weekly intake) maximum for Arsenic and see if sufficient inorganic arsenic would be consumed in RiSoTriene to exceed that limit.

  • The amount of inorganic arsenic in RiSoTriene is .00061 mg/gram. Therefore, a 12 gram serving of RiSoTriene contains 12 * .00061 mg or .00732 mg.
  • The PTWI (provisional tolerable weekly intake) for arsenic, meaning the amount of arsenic that scientists have determined that a person can continuously eat over a lifetime, without any appreciable harmful effect on the body) is .015 mg per kilogram of a person’s body weight.
  • That means for an average sized female adult, the maximum weekly intake could be calculated to be .015 mg * 60 kg (equivalent to 132 pounds) = .9 mg. That amount (.9 mg) divided by .00732 mg (the amount of inorganic arsenic in a serving of RiSoTriene) means that a person would have to consume 122 servings per week of RiSoTriene (or 17 servings per day) to approach that PTWI amount. Obviously, that’s never going to happen. That means that the body can easily handle the amount of arsenic in RiSoTriene. Even for a very small child, the amount of arsenic in RiSoTriene is well beneath the PTWI.

Finally, to keep all this in perspective, it is important to recognize that every naturally occurring food contains some kind of element that the body will have to detoxify. In fact, detoxifying our food is the main purpose of our largest organ, the liver. For instance, apples have cyanide in them, which the liver detoxifies and makes harmless so that we can get the nutrients from apples, but not be harmed by the cyanide. Also, green leafy vegetables and herbs always have natural pesticides and irritants in them to make them a less desirable food for insects. Again, the liver detoxifies those natural pesticides and irritants very handily, so that we get the nutrition, but not any damage from the chemicals used to protect them from predators. And, it’s just the same with arsenic — our body is designed to handle quite a bit of arsenic, much greater amounts than we could ever ingest in the RiSoTriene supplement.

And, many of us who have consumed RiSoTriene for decades in large daily amounts have never had arsenic show up in our bodies in amounts that exceed general populations. This is consistent with the above thought process

So, is the amount of dietary, inorganic arsenic in RiSoTriene significant? The bottom line answer is no!

A huge amount of research has been compiled regarding the benefits of stabilized rice bran. Here is just a sampling:

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  10. Qureshi, A.A., N. Qureshi, J.O. Hasler-Rapacz, F.E. Weber, V. Chaudhary, T.D. Crenshaw, A. Gapor, A.S.H Ong, Y.H. Chong, D. Peterson and J. Rapacz. 1991. “Dietary Tocotrienols Reduce Concentrations of Plasma Cholesterol, Apolipoprotein B. Thromboxane B2, and Platelet Factor 4 in Pigs with Inherited Hyperlipidemia.” Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 53: 1042S-1046S.
  11. Quershi, A.A., N. Quershi, J.J.K. Wright, Z. Shen, A. Kramer, A. Gapor, Y.H. Chong, G. DeWitt, A.S.H. Ong, D.M. Peterson, and B.A. Bradlow. 1991. “Lowering of Serum Cholesterol in Hypercholesterolemic Humans by Tocotrienols.” Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 53: 1021S-1026.
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You Are What You Eat — Which is Why We Recommend Risotriene

'Rishi'; - Gunter TernesRishi Ternes, owner of New Earth Super Foods, left the study of medicine in Germany, came to the U.S. and turned his life over to the pursuit of nutrient dense food and seeking to understand the ability of food to transform health. He believes that “we are what we eat” and that “food should be our medicine”. Rishi owns a Super Food Cafe and Health Transformation Center in Arroyo Grande, California. He continues to search the world for foods that enable to the body to repair itself. As Rishi says, “the nutrients that your body needs are in the foods you aren’t eating.”

Rishi seeks out farmers and food suppliers that are progressive, meaning they are adding minerals and trace minerals to their soils, farming organically and harvesting their foods at the peak of ripeness. Rishi then ensures that those foods are juiced and freeze dried immediately before nutrient loss.

Food is the way of health not vitamins!

Risotriene fits with the “first rule of health” which is that food should be our medicine. Risotriene also fits with our second rule of health, which is that food engenders health, not vitamins. The United States has among the worst health statistics of all industrialized nations, yet the people of the United States consume more vitamins that the rest of the world combined. That means that you will eventually find, as so many others have already found, that your health will never really start to improve until you give up on vitamins and turn to food. It's time to turn to food!

  • Vitamins, IE nutrient isolates (often made in a laboratory), may look powerful and awesome on the label, but they don’t work as well in the human body as one would hope because they lack the many needed co-factors. Food comes with many needed co-factors nutrients.
  • The lack of co-factors is the basic problem of vitamin supplements. Without those co-factors, they're NOT as useful to our cells. For instance, Vitamin C is not just ascorbic acid but rather it is: ascorbic acid and numerous co-factors that work in the cells like catalysts or tag teams to make chemical reactions occur. The many co-factors are present in foods, but are not in vitamin isolates. The result, therefore, of taking vitamins is that the body has to scavenge body tissues to obtain the needed co-factors, or wait until they are available or the body may simply discard the nutrients for which co-factors are not available. This is extra work and/or a waste of nutrients, and therefore, vitamin isolates, do far less to improve health than does food.

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Comparative Retail Price: $45.00 per pound.
Our Price: $39.95 per Canister or $129.95 per Case

Risotriene

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (12 grams)
Servings per container: 30
Calories Per Serving: 61
  % Daily Value*
Total Fat   3.5 g 5%
   Saturated Fat    0.5 g 3%
   Trans Fat    0 g  
Cholesterol    0 g 0%
Sodium    3 mg <1%
Total Carbohydrates   6.4 g 2%
   Dietary Fiber    0.3 g 1%
   Total Sugars    1 g  
   Includes 0 g of added sugar    1 g 0%
Protein    1 g 2%
Vitamin D    0 mg 0%
Calcium     3.6 mg <1%
Iron    396 mcg 0%
Potassium    175 mg 4%
* The % Daily Values (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving contributes to a daily diet. 2000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
INGREDIENTS: Rice Bran solubles

Risotriene - Frequently Asked Questions

What is Risotriene and Why Is It Such Good Nutrition?

Rice Kernel

Answer: RiSoTriene is a granulated powder, extracted from the outer layer of the brown rice kernel, and further processed to make it very soluble and assimilable by the human body, turning it into one of the most potent and accessible sources of a complex mixture of phytonutrients and antioxidants.

At least 107 antioxidants have thus far been identified in stabilized rice bran. This is significant because antioxidants perform better in teams. Among many benefits, antioxidants help prevent cancer by preventing free radical damage to DNA at the cellular level.

RiSoTriene is one of the most nutrient dense food available today. It is probably unequaled in its total number of antioxidants, containing more tocotrienols than any other food. (Tocotrienols have been found to be up to six thousand times more effective in neutralizing free radicals than Vitamin E.)

RiSoTriene contains numerous nutrients, including Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, B15, and Vitamin K. It also has folic acid, choline, inositol, biotin, calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, iodine, chloride, sodium, chromium, selenium, CoQ10, tocopherols, tocotrienols, xanthophyls, lutein, lycopene, oryzanol, b-sistosterol, ferulic acid flavonoids, glutathione, lipoic acid and many other as yet unidentified compounds. It also contains the amino acids lysine, histidine, agrinine, serine, proline, valine, isoleucine, aspartic acid, tryptophan, glycine, cystine, leucine, threonine, glutamic acid alanene, methionine, tryosine, & phenylalanine.

RiSoTriene is yeast-free, starch-free, gluten-free and sugar-free, and its arsenal of antioxidants and fatty acids are designed to boost energy and stamina, help optimize blood sugar and stimulate healing.

Remember RiSoTriene is a food product and not a dietary supplement, in that it is wholly derived from food with nothing added.

Why can't I just eat brown rice?

  1. First, you don’t get all of the bran and germ from the rice kernel in brown rice. That's because brown rice still has had about 30 to 40 percent of the bran milled off to give it longer store shelf (before becoming rancid). Brown rice doesn't store well.
  2. Secondly, you will most likely be eating rancid oils. Brown rice has a high oil content and doesn’t stay fresh very long. By the time you buy it in the store, and especially if you don’t use it right away, you are going to be toxifying your body with rancid oils (and that means lots of extra free radicals doing damage to your cells). Brown rice is always recommended to be refrigerated. RiSoTriene, is stabilized (protected against rancidity) in that within seven (7) seconds of milling it is stabilized. RiSoTriene has an unrefrigerated shelf life of up to several years because of the unique, ultramodern stabilization method.
  3. Thirdly brown rice is normally cooked before it is eaten. Cooking destroys 95% of its delicate phytonutrients. RiSoTriene is an uncooked product, with its nutrients still intact.
  4. Fourthly, brown rice comes with lots of starch (the white rice portion of the rice kernel comprises more than 90% of the rice kernel). You would have to eat at least 40 pounds of cooked brown rice) to equal the nutritional value in four tablespoons of RiSoTriene (a daily serving amount). Eating that much brown rice would provide you with over 2,000 calories, instead of just 122 calories in two scoops of RiSoTriene. That means that Risotriene is nearly twenty times more nutrient dense than brown rice.

What is the difference between rice bran or rice bran oil at the health food store and RiSoTriene?

Answer: Rice bran and rice bran oil found at the health food store has typically had heat or chemical applied in the processing of it. That kind of processing destroys much of the nutrient value. RiSoTriene is created via a patented mechanical extrusion process without using prolonged high heat or chemicals.

How long will it take before I notice a difference when using RiSoTriene?

Answer: Some people will notice a difference the first time they take it; however, everyone's body is different and we cannot predict how long it will take your body to respond. A good rule of thumb is this: it takes a minimum of three months to change most of your blood cells. When starting any nutritional program allow at least this length of time to give a product a chance to work in your body.

Why hasn't my doctor told me about RiSoTriene?

Answer: Doctors’ lives are focused on drugs not nutrition.

How much RiSoTriene do I need to take to be effective?

Answer: Recommended minimum is three to four tablespoons a day. Depending upon your own health (nutritional) situation you may want to take much more or much less. We recommend that people start at less (one fourth to one half) than the recommended dosage for the first week to allow their body to adjust itself to this concentrated nutrient. Here are some additional recommendations regarding how much to take.

We recommend amounts as follows:

  • Infants — 1 to 2 teaspoons from one to four times per day.
  • Children — 1 tablespoon from one to four times per day.
  • Adults — 2 to 4 tablespoons from one to four times per day.

Taking it more than once per day is very useful for healing and keeping blood sugar stable, while taking one serving a day is recommended for general health maintenance.

Should I start with four tablespoons of RiSoTriene?

Answer: Most people can, but sometimes it is better to start slowly for the two reasons explained below:

  1. First, when the body finds so many nutrients available it may start repairing itself too quickly (causing detoxification) and perhaps creating headaches or flush symptoms.
  2. Second, nature has placed natural protection into the outer layer of grains so they can withstand mold while growing in the damp ground. Since RiSoTriene is a concentrate of this outer layer of rice, it is naturally anti-fungal and may cause a Herxheimer effect in your body. This just means that fungus and virus and other microorganisms in your body may be killed in large amounts by the RiSoTriene and this may overload your eliminatory systems and create a sensation similar to what you feel when sick with the Flu (and large amounts of microorganisms are being killed by your immune system).

To avoid both of the above situations, we suggest people start with half tablespoon servings (instead of three or four tablespoons) and work up to the normal amount over a week or two.

For Diabetics: when should RiSoTriene be taken in order to balance or level blood sugars?

Answer: When trying to balance blood sugar, RiSoTriene should be eaten at every meal or snack (if possible). All diabetics are different and must find what works best for their own body. 2 teaspoons 6 times a day is a great beginning practice, or a heaping tablespoon 3 times a day. Eventually, try to work up to 2 to 3 tablespoons four times per day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and just before retiring for the night). It can also be extremely beneficial to take a scoop in the middle of the night if the diabetic is awake at that time

Where does Risotriene come from?

Answer: Risotriene is U.S. sourced. It comes from rice grown in pesticide-free fields in Montana, California and Louisiana. RiSoTriene goes through close scrutiny for purity.

Should I be concerned about inorganic heavy metals, pesticides, etc. possibly being in RiSoTriene?

Answer: No. We do the worrying for you. RiSoTriene is carefully tested to ensure that it is free of non-naturally occurring elements. A batch is rejected if there is any detectable chemical or other contamination. Despite scary reports in the media about rice being subject to contamination by inorganic arsenic, pesticides, etc. be assured that is not the case with RiSoTriene.

There is naturally occurring arsenic in virtually all soils. The provisional tolerance level for arsenic (this means how much one's body can naturally eliminate), however, is such that one with have to eat several canisters a day to even approach that level. Toxins are absolutely in everything, the body is easily able to excrete any toxins in RisoTriene, just like they excrete the toxins in apples, grapes and nuts. An even more important proof of the safety of RiSoTriene is the fact that it is used by many of the most health conscious people on earth. Many of these health minded people regularly have their blood checked for levels of heavy metals and other toxins. Their levels of arsenic are not elevated. The contrary is true. RiSoTriene is what the doctors at the Center for Advanced Medicine have counted on for more than ten years to nourish their patients and themselves. RiSoTriene is their favorite, nontoxic, hypoallergenic food. It can be counted on for use with their sickest, most chemically sensitive and environmentally challenged patients

Can I take RiSoTriene with my other medications?

Answer: If you can you eat brown rice with your other medications, then there should be no issue?

RiSoTriene - COMPOSITION / ANALYSIS

Ingredients: There is only one ingredient in RisoTriene which is rice bran and germ — stabilized and with insoluble fiber removed and predigested to increase assimilability. Since rice-crops vary from crop to crop in the composition of natural, individual micro-nutrients, variation from batch to batch is to be expected. Nothing shown below has been added by man, but is naturally occuring in rice bran/germ.

Micronutrient Composition of RiSoTriene:

Protein

7% to 12%

Fat

25% to 32%

Total Carbohydrate

50% to 60%

Total Dietary Fiber

0% to 6%

Ash

3% to 7%

Moisture

2% to 7%

 

Typical Assay (Per One Scoop or 12 gram serving)

Macronutrients

Protein

0.90 g

Fat

3.18 g

Saturated Fatty Acids

0.58 g

Total Carbohydrates

6.90 g

Available Carbohydrates

6.54 g

Ash

0.60 g

Moisture

0.36 g

Crude Fiber

0.55 g

Total Dietary Fiber

0.36 g

Soluble Fiber

0.36 g

Calories

58.38

Total Sugars

1.66 g

Vitamins

Vitamin A (Carotenoids)

b - Carotene

0.97 mcg

a - Carotene

0.00 mcg

Lycopene

0.02 mcg

Lutein

3.13 mcg

Zeaxanthin

1.31 mcg

Precryptoxanthin/Cryptoxanthin

0.15 mcg

Total Carotenoids

5.59 mcg

Vitamin B Complex

Vitamin B1

0.43 mg

Vitamin B2

0.60 mg

Vitamin B3

9.19 mg

Vitamin B5

0.70 mg

Vitamin B6

0.70 mg

Vitamin B12

<0.06 mcg

Vitamin C

< 0.06 mg

Vitamin E Complex

Tocopherols

0.96 mg

Tocotrienols

1.20 mg

Other Micronutrients

Folate

4.34 mcg

Biotin

1.76 mcg

Choline

18 mg

Inositol

157.68 mg

g-Oryzanol

29.77 mg

Phytosterols

b-Sitosterol

25.43 mg

Stigmasterol

8.24 mg

Campesterol

14.08 mg

Brassicasterol

1.83 mg

Minerals

 

Sodium

1.89 mg

Potassium

187.44 mg

Calcium

1.00 mg

Magnesium

20.50 mg

Phosphorous

91.56 mg

Manganese

0.38 mg

Iron

0.23 mg

Copper

0.01 mg

Zinc

1.75 mg

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