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Can Green Lipped Mussel Information Benefit You?

Updated on June 17, 2014

As our society gets more industrialized, and our diets stray further and further away from their natural origins, our bodies get less and less of the vital nutrition that it needs. It seems the foods we eat are packed more with preservatives and genetic enhancers, than the essential natural stuff that our bodies need.

Mucopolysaccharides are a vital complex carbohydrate that diminishes from our body over time. By the time we are eight years old, most of this vital carb is gone from our bodies. It is considered the glue of life, because of its property of holding the structure of our bodies together at a molecular level. The degenerative effects of aging are attributed to the depletion of mucopolysaccharides.

Omega-3 fatty acids are important because our bodies need a constant intake. Biologically, humans are very crafty. If there is a fatty acid or protein that our bodies require, but don’t have, we will simply build what we need from simpler molecules. This is not so with Omega-3 fatty acids. We must intake these nutrients or our bodies will never get them.

The information on American dietary health is alarming. The ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids, that is inflammatory fatty acid to anti-inflammatory fatty acid, is supposed to be around 4:1. The American average is closer to 30:1.

This means that our bodies have all the tools it needs to get riled up and accomplish physical activity, but we don’t possess the tools to calm back down. This causes our bodies to ache, and although we think that this is natural, it isn’t. We have gotten by for tens of thousands of years on a natural, balanced diet, its only in the last couple hundred that we have knocked ourselves off kilter.

Here is some Green lipped mussel information you may not know. Green shelled mussels are a nutrition packed food from New Zealand. In their raw form, they contain all the mucopolysaccharides and omega-3 fatty acids that our bodies are screaming and aching for. Oils are extracted from the mussels and sold all over the world for their salubrious properties.

However, any supplement using an extract from green lipped mussels are not getting any of the mucopolysaccharides. The only way to get this beneficial complex carbohydrate is to take a supplement that uses the entire green lipped mussel and has managed to preserve it effectively.

Fish oil, which is extremely rich in omega-3s, has only a fraction of the anti-inflammatory acids that is contained in mussel oil. And mussel oil contains only a part of what the green lipped mussel offers in its raw form. In order to enjoy all the its health benefits, and not have to eat raw seafood, take green lipped mussels in a powdered supplement form. Always share your dietary information with your physician.

Mel Crosby research a series of websites in the Health genre and his present site is Lipped Mussel is a shell fish that is only found on the coast of New Zealand. The benefits of this Mussel are amazing, learn about more these benefits at Green Lipped Mussel Information to find one of the Best products in the market.


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      7 years ago from Turkey

      very useful information~


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