Kenta is a delicious natural food formula from Okinawa, Kenta is a peach flavoured powdered drink derived from fermented Japanese soy, rice and sweet potato. Prescribed by doctors and confirmed in studies, Kenta has a human growth hormone balancing effect resulting in improved strength, health and wellness. Here is a series of questions and answers that will help you understand Kenta better.
Q: What are the ingredients of Kenta and what are its benefits?
A: Kenta is made from Natto which elevates Human Growth Hormone (HGH) secretion and improves cardiovascular health. It also has Vitamin K2 which helps give you healthier bones. The Miso in Kenta helps regulate sleep and improves moods and skin health. Satsumaimo stimulates the pituitary gland, while flavonoids help protect cells from damage by free-radicals. The Mochi in Kenta is rich in Vitamins B and C, and helps increase energy levels and stamina.
Q: How does Kenta work?
A: Kenta stimulates your pituitary gland to secrete Human Growth Hormone (HGH) naturally and as a result, helps cell renewal with age reversing benefits. Kenta also delivers antioxidants that help fight free radicals which contribute to age-related symptoms.
Q: Why is it important to follow the 5 days on, 2 days off routine?
A: Overstimulating or continuously stimulating the pituitary gland may cause it loose its ability to produce growth hormone unaided. Kenta gently stimulates the pituitary gland to produce growth hormone naturally for the 5 days and then you allow it to work on its own for the following two days.
Q: Why should I consume Kenta on an empty stomach?
A: For best results and optimum absorption into the body, it is best to consume Kenta on an empty stomach.
Q: Does Kenta have side effects?
A: Different people respond differently to Kenta. If you are allergic to soy or soya protein, do not consume Kenta. If you suffer from peptic ulcers, gout or from a very sensitive stomach, make sure you are cured before taking Kenta. Some patients may experience a healing crisis but it is very rare. You may experience muscle cramps or mild rashes. These will go away after 2-3 weeks, when your body adjusts to taking Kenta regularly.
Q: Do I need to exercise to feel the benefit of Kenta?
A: It is not compulsory to exercise but it helps your body become more receptive to Kenta if you do. Remember that only taking supplements will not make you healthy. A balanced diet and exercise is also necessary for optimum health.
Q: Why should are protein rich meals recommended while consuming Kenta?
A: Proteins contain amino acids that are the building blocks for new cells. Kenta stimulates the production of more growth hormone but amino acids are also required to produce new cells.
Q: Why do I need to consume Kenta twice a day for the first month?
A: This routine is designed to help your body feel the effects of Kenta faster. It will help you feel stronger and fresher sooner. After a month, your body does not need as much to maintain these effects.
Q: Will I experience a plateau effect after 6 months of taking Kenta?
A: It takes 6 months to feel the optimal benefits of Kenta. We recommend continuing Kenta indefinitely to go one enjoying its benefits.
Q: What happens if I stop taking Kenta?
A: If you are enjoying the benefits of Kenta, there is no reason for you to stop because it is an all-natural product with no artificial flavours, colours, preservatives or GMO ingredients added. However, if you decide to stop consuming Kenta, your body will tend go back to the state it was in before.
Q: Does the soy in Kenta cause hypothyroidism?
A: Soy does not cause hypothyroidism but may interfere with medication taken to treat hypothyroidism. Patients with hypothyroidism are therefore advised not to consume Kenta.
Q: Can Kenta be used to increase Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1) instead of hormone injections?
A: Kenta stimulates your pituitary gland to increase human growth hormone production to a certain level. If your body needs additional hormone over and above this level, please consult with your doctor. Kenta is not a replacement for any treatment you are currently undergoing.
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