Gencor Hosts Education Seminar at Engredea!

"No Country for Old Men?":
A Discussion on Andropause

Attend our Hosted Education Seminar at Engredea 2015!
“Male sexuality is under threat. Sperm counts are falling, and so are testosterone levels. This degrades male libido and drive, and increases all-cause mortality.”
Date: March 6, 2015
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Where: Marriott, Grand Salon A/B
Speakers: Dr. Paul Clayton and Ms. Amanda Rao
You won't want to miss it!  More info here.

Ingredient Spotlight: Libifem®


Libifem® is the branded name for Gencor’s standardized fenugreek extract. Fenugreek naturally contains over 100 phytochemical constituents, including Furostanol Saponins and Steroidal Saponins. While fenugreek has multiple applications, the main constituents included in Libifem have been clinically shown to help promote a healthy sexual experience, sexual vitality and desire.*
Libifem’s product benefits include:
- Supports healthy sexual desire in women*
- Promotes healthy sexual vitality*
- Supports sexual arousal in women*
- Promotes healthy sexual experience*
E-mail for more information or read more on our website!

Upcoming Events:
Join us at Engredea 2015

Gencor looks forward to seeing you at 
Engredea 2015
Engredea 2015, March 6-8, 2015 at booth 
Visit our booth and try our sample stick pack flavored beverages of Testofen®and Slimaluma®
Meet our team and see first-hand how Gencor is your source for unique botanical ingredients that meet your customers’ changing health needs.  

Clayton's Corner:
Do You Want Fries With That? (Or Polyphenols?)

Dr. Paul ClaytonSeveral previous studies have found that eating meat cooked at high temperatures is a risk factor for prostate and other cancers. A new piece of research carried out at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle finds that consuming deep-fried foods such as French fries, fried chicken and doughnuts more than once a week appears to raise the risk of prostate cancer by around a third – and the effect seems to be slightly stronger with regard to more aggressive forms of the disease (Stott-Miller et al ‘14). Likely mechanisms involve the formation, at high cooking temperatures, of known carcinogens including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, heterocylic amines, acrylamide and other noxious compounds; which implies that these same foods will raise breast cancer risk in women.  
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