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Gencor hosts book signing, education session

Dr. Paul Clayton will host a book signing and deliver a special, no-fee educational session, "Activate Your Energy Switch."

Gencor is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Clayton, chief scientific advisor, will speak and host a book signing at the Engredea trade show in Anaheim March 7 to 9.

Mark your calendar to attend Dr. Clayton’s special, no-fee educational session, “Activate Your Energy Switch,” March 7, 3 to 4 p.m. in The Marriott, Grand Salon AB.

In this talk, Dr. Clayton will reveal a new, natural way to amp up energy. By activating the energy-switching enzyme AMPk, Gencor’s new ActivAMP replicates the metabolic and health benefits of exercise. AMPk regulates metabolic activity in the liver, lipids, skeletal muscle and brain, influencing glucose utilization, oxidation and appetite, and helping support weight management.

Clinical studies in both animals and humans affirm the effectiveness of ActivAMP. It is an extract of the herb Gynostemma pentaphyllum, which has been used safely for centuries. Now available from Gencor as a free-flowing powder, ActivAMP is suitable for use in powders, tablets and capsules. 

Also, Dr. Clayton will sign his book, Out of the Fire: Why chronic inflammation is the cause of all disease, and how to put out the flames. Free copies of the book will be given out, while supplies last.

“The new Grand Unified Theory of Disease finds that nearly all disease is caused or driven by chronic inflammation,” said Clayton. “My book reviews the current research and explains how to put out the flames by addressing the root causes; by eliminating pro-inflammatory threats and implementing an anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle. One of the key elements in this strategy is to reduce visceral fat, which produces pro-inflammatory adipocytokines; exercise and the activation of AMPK is the ideal way to achieve this.” 

The signing will take place Saturday, March 8, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Gencor's booth #613. 

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