Natural NZ marine lipid oil remedy, sold worldwide for joint, lung, heart and general health maintenance.
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Is life going by faster yet you seem to be getting slower? Are stiff, problem joints or restricted movement holding you back? Do you need to catch your breath more than before? Is age catching up with you and do you long to be more active? Lyprinol® PCSO-524®, a natural remedy, helps many thousands of people in many countries with age-related problems that restrict normal physical activity.
Outstanding NZ export. Sold in over 40 countries.
Why Choose Lyprinol® ?
Lyprinol® contains a unique combination of 91 essential fatty and furan acids. In comparison, fish oil capsules contain only 3 to 5. PCSO-524® is a matchless and unique natural marine product. Its health value has been established in over 20 published studies.
How does it work?
A low level of leukotrienes (including arachidonic acid) is important to maintain healthy joints, mobility and airways. Lyprinol® helps manage leukotriene and arachidonic acid levels and assists to keep them at optimal levels. Thus it promotes joint function,suppleness and healthy airways.
What Benefits Should I Expect?
We regularly receive comments such as:
(NB: High doses of Lyprinol® PCSO-524® do not have the potential to cause stomach issues and bleeding as do fish oils.)
Warning: Be careful of misleading information in competing products claiming to contain Lyprinol® PCSO-524®. Absolutely no other product contains the same active ingredients as Lyprinol® as no other company is able to use the same extraction processes used. Competing companies may attempt to market their products by associating them with Lyprinol® and therefore implying that Lyprinol® research is applicable to their product. This claim of efficacy by association is misleading.
In more than 18 years of consumption world-wide, no adverse reactions have been documented. The inherent health benefits of Lyprinol® have further unexpected benefits under certain circumstances.The lipid extract has been shown to give the digestive system protection,as well as aiding healthy breathing.
The New Zealand mussel Perna canaliculus is cultivated in the seas ofNew Zealand (mostly in the Marlborough Sounds area). The flesh of the freshly harvested mussel is stabilised using a patented process and then freeze dried.Following this procedure the marine lipid oil PCSO-524® is extracted with the patented chemical-free supercritical CO2 extraction process.The CO2 extraction process uses a combination of low temperature and pressure. No heat is involved and this prevents the formation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAC) and protects the health-integrity of the oil. This unique extraction process results in pure oil which does not contain protein from shellfish, which can be a cause of shellfish allergy in some people.
NB: PAC substances are also termed benzopyrene and are carcinogenic substances that occur in heated foodstuffs such as potato crisps, barbecued meat, biscuits and some soy isoflavone products.Approximately 5% lipid extract can be extracted from the freeze-dried mussel flesh, although these values can vary due to the time of year and the available food sources. The mussels are not fed artificially; they survive on the natural micro-plankton and algae in the sea water. The equivalent of 200mg Lyprinol®(four capsules) corresponds to about 30 to 40 raw green-lipped mussels. Lyprinol®capsules are a convenient, protein-free way to receive the latent health benefits of the omega-3 packed lipid complex.
Lyprinol Leaflet 2013 (PDF)
Important Health News
If Lyprinol® is calculated as a daily dose of fish oil then you would have to consume 40g of fish oil to achieve an effect similar to one Lyprinol® capsule. That would be 80 large capsules of fish oil. The more powerful effect of Lyprinol® can be explained by the fact that the essential fatty acids in Lyprinol® are significantly more effective in maintaining the minimum healthy levels of arachidonic acid than fish oils.
Published studies have compared PCSO-524® mussels to other oils.Researchers used an compared the effect of each agent in supporting joint health, mobility, suppleness and healthy breathing. The lipid extract of green-lipped mussels proved to be the most effective.
The combined findings of all these studies point to the lipid oil of PCSO-524® as the being an effective agent in supporting a variety of health functions.
1. Mickleborough and Lindley 2013 Respiratory Medicine
2. Studies available on request
3. COA’s available on request
4. Whitehouse 1997 and 1999
5. COX-2 inhibition through Omega-3 fatty acids. (Ivanov u. Kühn)
With Lyprinol® 70 is the new 40
I have been taking Lyprinol for over 6 months and it has made a big difference. My job is physically demanding and I find I can now do more each day and have less discomfort the next. (Northland)
Lyprinol has helped me significantly with my mobility and I recommend it to everyone.
I compete in endurance running races around the world and I take Lyprinol® every day while training and also during the races. Lyprinol helps me stay healthy and supports my recovery after being on my feet for 12 hours plus. (Glen Eden, Auckland)
I believe Lyprinol® is the best Omega 3 for my young family as it supports heart and brain health and mood balance. For me it also helps with flexibility, joints, mobility and healthy breathing.Lyprinol® helps me with my busy physical work and helps my body achieve my high expectations when it comes to the wide range of sports I like to enjoy. I want to enjoy sport and activities with my family for the next 30 plus years and know that Lyprinol® will help us all. Bruce Kendall - Windsurfing Olympic Gold Medalist, World Champion & Olympic Medal Coach.
I compete regularly in dancing competitions around the world and I know Lyprinol® helps keep me dancing and winning. Ellen Shek - Senior Dancing Champion (Birkenhead, Auckland)
Before using Lyprinol I was suffering from “creaking joints.” I am nearly 68, a retired builder and recovering from a heart attack. I was slowly getting slower and slower....
Dan Greig lives and works in West Auckland, and is a keen runner, being mad enough to take on the toughest of challenges. In 2008, he faced up to his hardest one yet: the Wasatch 36-hour Race, a 100 M...