What is Lyprinol and how can it help Arthritis?

LyprinolLyprinol is a nutritional supplement designed to remedy arthritis and asthma in a natural way.

Lyprinol is an alternative asthma treatment derived from the New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel Perna canaliculus. Unlike other food supplements which cause allergies and food intolerances, Lyprinol has no side effects, and is extracted to remove all components of the mussel. Lyprinol is not a medicine, nor any form of prescribable medication. It is a natural marine extract comprising a rare combination of lipid groups and unique Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Current research indicates that these Omega-3 fatty acids may provide nutritional support against fatty acid imbalance, which can result in excess inflammation. As a result, it is thought that Lyprinol can help to maintain healthy airways.

This shellfish, eaten by the coastal Maoris as part of their diet, is found at the northern tip of New Zealand's south island. Here, in a region called the Marlborough Sounds, nourishing Pacific currents create the ideal environment for growing the mussel in pristine and uncontaminated waters. Lyprinol is stabilised and extracted via a gentle patented process.

Our alternative asthma treatment is one of the best natural sources of Omega-3, due to additional lipids unique to the Green Lipped Mussel. It is like fish oil though only better (no fishy breath, upset stomachs and greasy stools).

Besides being an alternative asthma treatment, Lyprinol has been effective in reducing pain, swelling and stiffness in rheumatoid arthritis. This has been backed up by peer reviewed journals and articles.

Click here to understand how supplementing your diet with Lyprinol may help your body avoid some of the effects of inflammation. If you are looking for alternative asthma treatment in a non medical way, or a remedy for arthritis, Lyprinol is a genuine alternative to standard medication, fish oils and vitamin supplements.

Unique Properties of Lyprinol

The advantages of Lyprinol over mussel powder

Lyprinol is produced by a gentle extraction process using liquid carbon dioxide under pressure to remove the oils, leaving behind the rest of the mussel flesh.

How does Lyprinol differ from these other sources of Omega-3 fatty acids?

Enhanced potency
One of the main differences between Lyprinol and fish oils is the amount required to see an effect. Studies recommend fish oil intake of 18g per day, although few people actually manage this amount. Lyprinol has been shown to be effective at an intake of 1 to 2 capsules per day. This is equivalent to just 100mg of Lyprinol oil and 300mg of olive oil. Independent studies have compared Lyprinol to several foods high in Omega-3 fatty acids. Using an accepted animal model to measure swelling, Lyprinol has been shown to be:

Lyprinol works by interacting with the metabolic pathways that influence the inflammation process. This is because the Omega-3 PUFAs present in Lyprinol are metabolised in the body instead of other fatty acids responsible for starting and prolonging the process of inflammation.

Lyprinol is one of the best natural sources of Omega-3 in the diet, because it contains additional lipids, unique to the Green Lipped Mussel - its like fish oil but better.

No side effects
Lyprinol has none of the side effects associated with fish oils. Fish oil supplements are dietary supplements that contain oil from cold water fish such as mackerel, salmon, black cod, albacore tuna, sardines, and herring. The active ingredients in fish oil supplements are essential fatty acids known as Omega-3 fatty acids. They typically include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

Common side effects of fish oil supplements include:

Serious side effects include an increase in the harmful form of LDL cholesterol, large doses of fish oil supplements needed to achieve the potency of Lyprinol may also cause weight gain and decrease the absorption of vitamins A, E, D, and K from the stomach. If you have diabetes, use caution when taking fish oil supplements, they are reported to increase blood sugar.

Taking large amounts of fish oils over a long period of time may increase the risk of mild bleeding resulting in nosebleeds and bruising.

Suggested Intake

Requirements can vary from person to person and both the suggested intake and the time for results to be felt depend on whether you are using Lyprinol for helping maintain healthy airways or supple joints.

For joint care, we recommend that you begin by taking 4 capsules per day at mealtimes - two in the morning and two at night. After 4-8 weeks, the intake may be reduced to a maintenance level of 2 capsules per day.

For helping maintain healthy airways, we recommend 2 capsules per day, reducing to one after 3 weeks.

Capsules should be taken after meals with water. Do not exceed the suggested daily intake.

We recommend that pregnant women and very young children should only use Lyprinol after consultation with a doctor or health visitor.

Natural olive oil, gelatine, patented lipid fractions from Perna canaliculus (Lyprinol), sorbitol syrup, glycerine, antioxidant (E307). Each softgel capsule typically contains 50mg of Lyprinol.

How to try out lyprinol

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