What is Lipid Therapy?
Every cell membrane in the body is composed of a fatty layer made up of Phosphatidylcholine (PC) Phosphatidylserine (PS) and other lipids. PC, an unsaturated fatty acid, is the major component of the cell membrane, comprising about 50% of the fatty inner and outer cell walls. Lipid therapy helps the cells to function in the way they were created to, by helping the body with a beneficial diet, good fats and even supplementing with Phosphatidylcholine and other important components.
Is Glutathione used with PC?
Yes, glutathione (GSH) is a component used as an adjunct with PC as it is an important intracellular antioxidant that is especially important in protecting brain, liver, and kidneys from toxicity and free radicals and is the body’s premier detoxifier.
What other vitamins help in detox?
Folic acid (vitamin B-9), which supports detoxification per methylation and helps to stabilize phospholipids in the cell membrane and co-enzyme B complex that helps with methylation.
Who would benefit from lipid therapy?
Anyone interested in improving memory and athletic endurance, neurological function of any kind, and of course, improved liver function for anyone with liver disease, fatty liver or who generally want to help their liver in its role of detoxification.
Does PC therapy reverse aging?
Simply put, yes. PC levels in all tissues decrease with age, and PC treatment is able to reverse age related changes in the lipid membrane, thus rejuvenating all cells. Adequate presence of PC and the correct balance of essential fats and oils can make rapid and significant inroads into revitalizing people of all ages.
Effective changes may diminish within 4 months of discontinuation of supplemental treatment, so lifestyle changes consisting of dietary controls, oral supplementation, and avoidance of toxic exposures are recommended for most people.