EPL® (ESSENTIAL PHOSPHOLIPIDS) PROTECT THE LIVER
Phospholipids are naturally occurring organic chemical compounds. Phospholipids are the building blocks of the membranes surrounding the cells of all living organisms. In the human body, phospholipids are present in particularly high concentrations in the bone marrow, brain, liver and heart. These phospholipids, which contain essential fatty acids, are referred to as essential phospholipids. (1)
PHOSPHOLIPIDS HIGH IN PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINES, A SOURCE OF ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS, PROVIDE CLINICALLY PROVEN BENEFITS IN THE TREATMENT OF LIVER PROBLEMS
Studies have shown that delivering the body's essential phospholipids (EPL®) into the damaged cell membranes of liver cells helps promote liver regeneration by increasing their metabolic activity and stimulating liver cell regeneration.
Supplemental use of essential phospholipids (EPL®) with high concentrations of phosphatidylcholine has been demonstrated to improve liver health.
WHERE CAN I FIND EPL®?
Taking 1,800 mg of EPL® on a daily basis with food can significantly speed up liver regeneration.
START CARING FOR YOUR LIVER TODAY WITH ESSENTIALE®
Essentiale® contains 300 mg essential phospholidpids (EPL) per capsule. It is useful to protect, improve and repair liver cells/hepatocytes.
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