Nutrasal Support Team - September 19 2023
PPC is Best for Healthy Liver Metabolism and Function
PPC has proven itself over 70 years to be a superior cell membrane therapeutic and a powerhouse liver nutrient
Keywords/Roles: Polyenyl-Phosphatidylcholine (PPC), Liver Support, Hepata Protector, Cell Membrane Therapetuic, Cell Membrane Integrity
Improve Liver Health with PPC. We cannot discuss the importance of PPC in the liver without first discussing the importance of the Liver. The two are inextricably linked and essential to achieving better health and better aging.
Overworked and Underappreciated
The human liver is the most overworked and underappreciated organ in the body. It is the ugly stepchild of the organ family, but in all reality, it is perhaps the most beautiful and most critical organ we have. In fact, nearly every organ relies on the liver for its own function and survival.
The liver is our largest internal organ and a 24/7/365 superhero responsible for over five hundred (500) mission critical functions required to survive and thrive. Without a well-functioning liver, our chances of achieving good health are next to zero. The liver is truly remarkable when considering all its roles in support of cell metabolism, innate and adaptive immunity, digestion, detoxification, vitamin and mineral storage, protein synthesis, hormone production and balance, bile production, drug metabolism and filtration, bilirubin metabolism and so much more. It is a remarkable organ essential to life and good health.
80,000 Environmental Toxins – The Liver Under Attack and Fighting Back
The liver is under constant pressure to perform essential life giving and life preserving feats. Every 6 minutes the liver filters and cleans every last drop of blood in our body and has to contend with some really nasty stuff. We are all mostly familiar with well-known pathogens like the hepatitis virus that can infect the liver and cause serious damage. But day in and day out our liver is forced to contend with approximately 80,000 known environmental chemicals, pollutants and other potentially toxic burdens that can harm our liver.
The Liver is a Noble Organ
“Because the liver is a source of many diseases, and is a noble organ that serves many organs, almost all of them; so, it suffers, it is not a small suffering, but a great and manifold one.”
On top of the many lesser-known environmental toxins the liver is up against; modern living is making its job even more difficult. Factory food diets rich in processed carbohydrates, added sugars and high fructose corn syrup, alcohol consumption, and overuse of prescription drugs and OTC pain products like NSAID’s is wreaking havoc on the livers ability to stay well and to function properly.
Diet is arguably the biggest contributor to liver stress and metabolic disorders such as NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease), a disease of emerging identity and importance. Nearly 30 percent of the global population is affected by NAFLD/NASH and it is quickly becoming a leading cause of liver injury and death.
Inflammation and Oxidative Stress
The liver never sleeps. It is a metabolic powerhouse forced to keep up with the excesses of our modern life. The overwhelming operational burden and stress required to keep us running strong can lead to above average levels of systemic inflammation and oxidative stress; which in the long term have negative effects on health and aging. High levels of oxidative stress can do enormous damage to cell and organelle membranes and ultimately to cell metabolism and function. When cell membranes become oxidized and damaged, healthy cell function is replaced by dysfunction and ultimately disease.
A struggling liver can lead to many health problems. But before we develop any serious liver health issues, we may experience a few telltale signs that our liver needs help.
A sluggish liver may present itself with poor sleep, brain fog, sluggishness and chronic fatigue, chronic pain, headaches and migraines, weight gain and excess belly fat, hormone imbalance and mood swings, tired looking and dry hair, skin rashes and brittle nails, just to name a few.
The good news is that our livers are incredibly resilient and responsive to positive lifestyle changes and nutrient regimens. And with just a small amount of tender love and care, our overworked and underappreciated livers can be up and running like new again.
PPC Recommended in Hepatology: Principles and Practice
“Based on these pharmacological and clinical data, PPC would appear to be the drug of choice for significantly reducing or abolishing fatty liver of different origin, e.g. due to alcohol, or obesity, even if the causing noxa cannot be eliminated, as is the case with diabetes-associated steatosis.” Dr. E. Kuntz and Dr. H.-D. Kuntz: Hepatology - Textbook and Atlas-.3rd Edition, 2008
The Key to Good Health is Good Liver Health and PPC is Essential
Polyenyl-Phosphatidylcholine (PPC) is an all-natural and 100 percent purified source of phosphatidylcholine. PPC is pharmaceutical grade liver support and as a registered drug in 50 plus countries, it has been used extensively by healthcare practitioners worldwide for over 70 years.
The molecule is found in all cellular life and is present in many of the foods we eat, but the quantity we consume through our diet is not enough to keep up. And as we age the demand for PPC to restructure and repair every cell and organelle in our body increases dramatically! Dietary sources PC are just not enough to therapeutically restructure and repair cell membranes and restore proper cell metabolism and function.
The Purity of Phosphatidylchoine (PPC)and
the concentration of Dilinoleoyl-phosphatidylcholine (DLPC) determines it's effectiveness cell membrane therapeutic
The Ultimate Cell Membrane Therapeutic and the Building Block to Good Health
Well-functioning cell membranes are essential to good health. Without restoring cell membrane integrity and cell metabolism, most lifestyle changes and nutritional supplement efforts to improve health will fail.
Dr Sherry Rogers, MD., in her book Detoxify or Die said it best when she said “it (PPC) is perhaps the one reason some people will never get better…because their doctor never recommended it.”
The liver’s healthy function and indeed its survival include its capacity for ongoing renewal, and this hinges solely upon its ability to make new cell membranes. Approximately 70 percent of a cells phospholipid membrane structure is phosphatidylcholine, and PPC is especially critical to liver cell restructure, repair, function and regeneration.
With over 70 years of use worldwide, it is generally accepted that PPC plays a crucial role in supporting the liver’s cell membrane structure and healthy function.
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The Best Source of Phosphatidylcholine is 100% Pure PhosChol PPC (Dr. Sherry Rogers M.D.)
Phosphatidylcholine clearly plays a vital role in human and animal life. Its role is even more important when harmful environmental conditions lead to increased inflammation, oxidative and cell membrane damage. When cell membranes become damaged and rigid due to higher levels of inflammation and oxidative stress, cell function and metabolism decreases, and good health is replaced by dysfunction and ultimately disease. When membrane damages are present, PC is in high demand to help form, proliferate, restore and regenerate cell membranes and to enhance membrane-dependent metabolism. Providing a dietary source of purified PPC to your child may be one of the best things you can do to promote and preserve good health.
A broad range of pharmacological investigations, clinical trials, and other available data on PPC and its different and unique modes of actions demonstrate that PPC acts primarily through its influence on membranes.As cell membrane damages occur in many disorders, PPC’s therapeutic approach is both physiological and holist and can be used alone or as an adjunctive therapy.
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