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Amino Acid & Botanical - Shark Liver Oil providing 200mg Alkylglycerols 1000 mg. - 60 Capsules

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Amino Acid & Botanical - Shark Liver Oil providing 200mg Alkylglycerols 1000 mg. - 60 Capsules

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Amino Acid & Botanical Shark Liver Oil providing 200mg Alkylglycerols 1000 mg

Amino Acid & Botanical Shark Liver Oil providing 200mg Alkylglycerols is a major ingredient in mother’s milk, stimulants to the immune system, aerobic athletic performance, & virility.  Alkylglycerols are a growth stimulant to the cells in the bone marrow known as the bone-marrow stem cells.   The bone-marrow stem cells are the cells that make both white blood cells, red blood cells, as-well-as blood platelets.  Alkylglycerols have been used in Sweden & Germany for over 50 years in cancer treatment to stimulate white blood cell production.  In addition, Because Alkylglycerols also stimulate red blood cell production - so necessary in carrying oxygen to the tissues, Alkylglycerols have been used by aerobic athletes who need to convey oxygen to the tissues.  Since red blood cells contribute to virility,  Alkylglycerols are also an aphrodisiac.  Since Alkylglycerols also stimulate blood platelet production they are useful in low blood platelets-(Thrombocytopenia).

In 1952 a young Swedish doctor got the idea of scraping the marrow from fresh calves’ bones and giving It to children in the hospital where she was working to see If It would help them with their low white blood cell count (childhood leukemia). She reasoned that since the white blood cells are made in the bone marrow, perhaps a bone marrow extract would help In cases of low white blood cell production.
This doctor’s name was Astrid Brohult, and the results she obtained in increased energy and white blood cell count in this group of children, while at first uneven, astonished both Dr. Brohult and the nurse who was assisting her.
Dr. Brohult asked her husband, Dr. Sven Brohult, Ph.D., a professor of biochemistry at a Swedish university, to analyze the calf-bone marrow to determine what was in it that stimulated white blood cell production. It took a number of years for Professor Brohult to discover what It was in the calf-bone marrow that was stimulating white blood cell production, but eventually he established that it was a group of substances known as Alkylglycerols.

Alkylglycerols are a group of three natural substances first discovered by two Japanese researchers in 1922.1 In humans, Alkylglycerols are found naturally in mother’s milk (ten times more In human breast milk than in cow’s milk),2 spleen tissue, and of course bone marrow. They are manufactured in the liver in individuals who are In good health.3 Alkylglycerols are involved In the production of white blood cells in the bone marrow and have been shown to be just as essential to white blood cell production as iron Is to red blood cell production.4

Once the Brohults had discovered that the group of substances in the calf marrow was Alkylglycerols, they brought the project to a major Swedish pharmaceutical company.  The Brohults then realized that Alkylglycerols were the same active ingredient that had caused Scandinavian fishermen to drink shark liver oil as a remedy and preventative for hundreds of years.  {I have discovered that shark liver oil has also been consumed by people of the Caribbean as a "blood builder" for many years}.

The purification process, which involved removing contaminants such as PCB’s and pesticides, as well as removing other fatty substances such as cholesterol. Squalene, Vitamins A and D, and. the EPA/DHA from the shark liver oil while at the same time keeping the Alkylglycerols (which are somewhat unstable compounds) in the shark liver oil, took a number of years. Then designing and building the machinery to produce it in commercial quantities took a few more years, So it was In 1986 (34 years after Dr. Brohult’s original discovery) that the first purified shark liver oil containing large amounts of Alkylglycerols was made available to the public.

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Maintenance: 1-3 capsules daily before meals

Therapeutic: 1-3 capsules 3 times per day before meals


Amino Acid & Botanical - Shark Liver Oil providing 200mg Alkylglycerols 1000 mg. - 60 Capsules
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving %DV
Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine HCI) 5mg 250%
Biotin 300mcg 100%
Chromium (as GTF Chromium Polynicotinate) 240mcg 200%
5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan Grifonia simplicifolia seed extract) 35mg *
Control Blend Cinnamon (Cinnamon cassia) (bark extract) Gymnema (leaf extract), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa) (leaf extract), Bitter Melon (fruit extract) and Vanadium (as Vanadium complex)(milk) 325mg *
Ashwagandha (root/leaf extract) (Supplying 8% Withanolide Glycoside Conjugates) 75mg *
L-Glutamine 200mg *
*Daily Value Not Established.
†Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your diet values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Other Ingredients: 1000mg shark Liver oil, (source of alkylgycerols) - Providing 200mg of Alkylgcerols consisting of Batyl, Chimyl & Salachyl Alohols, gelatin & glycerin.

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