First of all – what is cell membrane? It is the biological boundary that separates the inside of the cell from its environment and lets only selected material enter and exit the cell. In other words, it keeps the interior of the cell safe so it can function properly.
Unhealthy, compromised membranes can lead to whole-body dysfunction. The daily formula of Membrane Mend™ includes the master cell fortifier phosphatidylcholine (PC), essential fatty acids, vitamin E, and a powerful antioxidant – all working together to help promoting the health of membranes throughout the body.
Why it works:
Modern life is rife with factors that compromise cell membranes, also referred to as “the brain of the cell”. We need this smart barrier to maintain a healthy, energy-producing environment and keep out unwanted molecules, ions, and oxidative threats. Potentially harmful inflammatory activity - a hallmark of aging - happens within our cells, too.
The unique combination of powerful ingredients in Membrane Mend™ can help feed “the brain of your cells” and promote your energy potential by building and repairing the cell membranes. Also, the formula can support cellular longevity by balancing inflammation at a cellular level.
The science behind the product:
The formula behind Membrane Mend™ liquid supplement:
- High-grade PC (phosphatidylcholine) and Ahiflower® fatty acid complex sync perfectly to help build and repair cell membranes, thereby maintaining a healthy, energy-producing environment and helping keep out unwanted molecules, ions, and oxidative threats.
- The mini energy factories of our cells, mitochondria, have their own biological membranes. Because these powerhouses produce ATP, the energy “currency” used by every cell and tissue in the body, we need mitochondrial membranes to remain intact and functioning well at all times.
- The powerful antioxidant effects of astaxanthin, vitamin E and fatty acids in this supplement work fluidly to help balance inflammation at a cellular level and in that way support longevity within your cells.
- The liposomes we use are so small they begin absorbing as soon as they hit the mouth.