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The Unique Benefits you get when using Green Lipped Mussel Oil

Updated on June 17, 2014

Green Lipped Mussel oil has become pretty well known over the past few years as a great and unique supplement that brings relief to those that experience a high degree of arthritic, joint as well as other inflammatory pains and symptoms.

Most companies either sell this product as a oil or just an extracted powder of this mussel that’s then combined with other ingredients. Either way you get a pretty good product but more than likely you’re not getting the best product available because a high percentage of companies are not as concerned with the over all quality when processing green lipped mussels to supplement form.

This is due to the difficulties and expense required to harvest this mussel at exactly the right time in the growth process and the limited time available before the mussel starts losing its nutrients once out of the ocean. Few companies are interested in maximizing the health benefits of the shellfish when by spending less and removing an extract you can still get results. Quality is also compromised if companies cook or freeze the mussel during production.

I believe some companies are aware of this choice in processing, but others may not know about how they affect the quality of this shellfish when it is processed in this manner.

Some companies, because of their lack of know how, are simply more concerned with making a quick buck and don’t care about quality of this mussel and heat it or freeze it to the point where it looses most of it’s nutritional value.

When you buy a green lipped mussel supplement from a company that processes like this, you may feel a difference. Most studies done on this supplement have been done on supplements prepared like this. They do have positive results but even the studies report they aren’t major.

What this miracle food can really do has been depleted by high heat through processing which robs the consumer of the optimum benefits that they could have had by using a supplement that captures the integrity of an entire raw, live green lipped mussel.

By using green lipped mussel oil you can expect relief from arthritis and joint pain related to inflammation. You may also experience a little more energy than usual. But by using a whole food supplement of this shellfish you could also experience healthier skin, greater overall mobility and function of all your organs, reversal of certain signs of aging and more.

This article is not intended to negate the using of the oil that comes from this shellfish but to inform, that if you’re going to use this product you are better off investigating and learning about the best form of using this supplement.

I’ve come across a couple of companies that provides this shellfish in a powder form, it is believed that when taken in this form, you the consumer get more of this shellfish nutritional value which in turn provide you with better overall health benefits that last.

Not to say green lipped mussel oil is not worth using, it does have it’s place, but if you really want to experience the supreme benefits of this shellfish in supplement form the benefits you can expect using the powdered form more than out weighs numbers using it in it’s oil form.

Either way Green lipped mussel is something you cannot afford to overlook if you suffer from arthritic as well as joint pain cause by inflammation. You will be doing yourself a favor regardless.

Mel Crosby research a series of websites in the Health genre and his present site is http://greenlippedmusselfordogs.com/. Green 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 Oil to find one of the Best products in the market.

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