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For decades, natural supplement enthusiasts have taken concentrated, freeze-dried green mussel powder to help prevent joint pain and discomfort that commonly occurs as a result of aging and injury. Finally, after fifteen years of international independent scientific study and hard work, researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology have identified the main components responsible for mussel powder’s effective joint pain relief. These compounds have been patented and given a name: Lyprinol.
The effects of this highly effective new dietary supplement are nothing short of amazing. It is 250 times more powerful than the original green mussel extract, 400 times more potent than flax oil and 350 times as concentrated as evening primrose oil. Lyprinol is truly a wonder drug that is extremely effective in treating a wide variety of painful ailments.
A proprietary combination of six primary lipid groups, combined with a unique grouping of Omega 3 fatty acids that are only found in the New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel, make Lyprinol an especially effective anti-inflammatory agent. Together, these natural ingredients can help alleviate the pain caused by almost any condition.
Indeed, arthritis, joint pain, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, muscle pain and even general inflammation are no match for Lyprinol. The capsules are particularly effective in treating muscle pain following strenuous activities – making the drug an absolute must-have for people who play sports on a regular basis.
The most interesting aspect of this formula is how it naturally balances out the foods commonly found in the western diet. Typically, people ingest significantly more Omega 6 fatty acids in relation to their Omega 3 counterparts.
This leads to the body’s cellular membranes becoming laden with arachidonic acid, a precursor to the inflammatory processes associated with psoriasis, arthritis, asthma and several other undesirable conditions. People who take the supplement tend to have a healthier balance of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, which can help stop these ailments dead in their tracks.
There has been an extensive amount of research done on the drug. Besides being clinically trialed in several different countries, it has been available to the public for three years. Still, despite the significant amount of exposure that Lyprinol has had to the general public, there has been only one adverse reaction. One person, out of the countless multitude of people who have successfully taken the drug, experienced nausea.
Save this one case, one time, there have been absolutely no
reported side effects. Needless to say, these days it is almost
impossible to find a drug that has so many benefits without any
potential ill effects.
Plus, unlike the mussel powder concentrates that people used to take before Lyprinol was created, the capsules contain no sea salt. This is particularly beneficial to those who need to stay on a low sodium diet. Also, because the softgels are incredibly concentrated, fewer pills need to be consumed for the pain relieving attributes of the supplement to be experienced.
Joint inflammation and stiffness can be extremely painful conditions to live with, especially when they make their presence known on a regular basis. For decades, people have tried to combat the discomfort of these ailments with concentrated, freeze-dried mussel powder, but there were problems with the dietary supplements.
For one, they generally had an unpleasant odour, which made it difficult for many people to swallow them. Some found that it wasn’t worth the trouble. Second, the capsules contained a significant amount of sea salt, which was problematic for those who needed to abide by a low-sodium diet. Then there was another problem, worse than the rest: the proteins in the mussel powder caused some of the people taking the pills to have allergic reactions.
Fortunately, after fifteen years of extensive independent study in the field, researchers working at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology have recently identified the principal components of the freeze-dried mussel powder. They then used their findings to create a new natural supplement, something better than any mussel powder-based pill on the market. The patented new capsules were given a name: Lyprinol.
There are only three ingredients in the supplement: mono-unsaturated olive oil, patented proprietary lipids and vitamin E, an additive that provides an extra boost of body-beneficial antioxidants. Each Lyprinol capsule contains a unique type of marine oil, which consists of six different lipid groups and a special grouping of rare Omega 3 fatty acids. These acids are only found in the New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel, and are extremely effective in treating a variety of muscle, joint and inflammation problems.
Specifically, the capsules have been proven to help relieve the pain and discomfort of arthritis, joint pain, asthma, osteoarthritis, inflammation of all kinds, rheumatoid arthritis and muscle pain (which makes the supplement a medicine cabinet must-have for athletes and particularly active people).
Without a doubt, the supplement is unparalleled by anything else that is available to consumers. It has been proven to be more 250 times more potent that original green mussel extract formulas, 400 times more concentrated than flax oil and 350 times more powerful than evening primrose oil. Plus, because it’s so much more concentrated, fewer capsules need to be taken in order for them to work (which can save a lot of money over time).
The most amazing thing about Lyprinol is that after clinical
trials in multiple countries and mass public use for 3 years, only
nausea has been reported in one person. Considering all of the
benefits that are associated with taking the supplement, for there
to be essentially no side effects related to its use is almost
miraculous. Also, the capsules are free of sea salt and foul
odours, which means that people concerned with sodium intake or
averse to unpleasant smells are able to take the supplement without
Experience the Anti-inflammatory properties of New Zealand Green Lipped Mussels
For over twenty years mussel powder that has been freeze-dried and concentrated has been used as a natural food supplement to help prevent pain normally associated with those individuals experiencing joint discomfort. After fifteen years of international scientific research by scientists working independently at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, the goal of identifying the principal components responsible for the extract's high potency was achieved. These compounds were patented and given the name LYPRINOL®.
Lyprinol is:- 250 times more potent
than the original Green Mussel Extract.
- 350 more potent than Evening primrose Oil.
- 400 times more potent than flax oil.
a marine oil that consists of 6 main lipid groups and a unique
grouping of rare omega 3 fatty acids that can only be found in the
New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel. Lyprinol is an extremely
effective anti inflammatory agent, and is used to treat:
- rheumatoid arthritis
- joint pain
- muscle pain (particularly for sports people)
The dose rates for Lyprinol do vary from person to person. As a general guide it is recommended that a dose of 4 capsules per day be taken before meals; 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening. Many people experience beneficial effects in the first few days, but some people find that it can take several weeks before they experience these benefits. Thus it can be difficult to state exactly when you will achieve maximum benefit. Once you have achieved the maximum effectiveness it is possible that you could reduce your dose rate to a maintenance level of two, and in some cases only one capsule per day.
Ingredients· Natural mono-unsaturated Olive oil-100mg · Lyprinol GLM pat.lipids ( Eicosatetraenoic acid )-50mg · Vitamin E ( d-alpha-Tocepherol) as the antioxidant-0.225mg
Lyprinol is a marine oil consisting of 6 main lipid groups and a unique grouping of rare omega 3 fatty acids found only in the New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel. Freeze-dried concentrated and encapsulated mussel tissue in its raw state was used originally as a natural food supplement for the prevention of pain normally associated with older individuals experiencing joint and muscle discomfort.
The most current research is now demonstrating a whole new group of related, but different Fatty Acids. Over twenty years of research has produced a better understanding of ETA (ecosatetraenoic acid). ETA is a 20:4, a twenty carbon molecule with four double bonds. These newly found and isolated compounds have the greatest biological activity of all and show amazing promise for those who need to supplement with them.
The most valuable ETA's have been extracted from the New Zealand Green-Lipped Mussel, Perna canaliculus. This mussel, unique to New Zealand has been used as food for many years in that part of the world and it seems to have added greatly to the health of those that includie it in their diet. One noticeable trait is that individuals who take Green-Lipped mussel extract seem to have a significant decrease in stiffness and joint swelling and discomfort as they age. This evidence led researchers to try to understand why this was so.
Scientists have been actively researching the New Zealand Green-Lipped Mussel now for over thirty years and have been learning some very important facts. It is acknowledged by many scientists and government committees around the world that the western diet provides more Omega 6 fatty acids relative to Omega 3's. This leads to the bodys cellular membranes becoming rich in the Omega 6's such as arachidonic acid, which is a precursor to certain molecules that can cause inflammatory processes associated with arthritis, psoriasis and asthma to name a few.
Many studies have reported that certain lipids from fish and other marine sources can have a beneficial effect to our overall health when they are taken as a part of the diet on a routine basis. When Lyprinol was compared to other well-known anti-inflammatory substances Lyprinol was shown to be: · 200 times more potent than Max EPA · 250 times more potent than the original Green Mussel Extract. · 350 more potent than Evening primrose Oil. · 400 times more potent than flax oil.
Lyprinol has been clinically trailed in a number of countries around the world. It has been available to the public for 3 years and has been very well tolerated. In fact the only reported side effect from the clinical studies was one case of nausea. When taken at the recommended dose rates Lyprinol appears to be remarkably free of side effects.
· Mussel powders contain proteins, which can cause allergic reactions in some people. Since Lyprinol is an oil all the proteins have been removed · Mussel powders contain sea salt, which can be a problem for people needing to stay on a low salt diet. Lyprinol contains no sea salts
· Because Lyprinol is a potent concentrate, the dose rate is far lower and the capsules are easier to take.
· The unpleasant odours associated with encapsulated mussel powders have been removed.
Lyprinol Presentation: Each pack of Lyprinol contains 50 Softgel Capsules. Each Lyprinol Softgel capsule contains: Lyprinol Marine Lipid Extract from Perna canaliculus 50mg, Natural Mono-unsaturated Olive Oil 100mg & Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol) as antioxidant 0.225mg.
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