Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Lyprinol Reviewed – How Safe and Effective Is This Product?

What are the ingredients of Lyprinol?

There's no doubt that many herbal supplements contain so many different herbs that it seems impossible to keep track of them all, and sometimes there is a placebo effect associated with taking herbs where no particular indication has been shown. It's refreshing to occasionally see an herbal product or supplement which only contains a few ingredients. In the case of Lyprinol, this is only one ingredient: "green lipped mussel." For joint-health 
oriented or fatty acid conscious customers, green lipped mussel is a familiar ingredient. Green lipped mussel is primarily harvested around New Zealand and this the location where Lyprinol is manufactured. New Zealand is favored for its relatively clear waters, where many sources of fatty acids are harvested. Those who are familiar with the general concerns of fatty acids, and toxic contamination via pollution, will favor New Zealand as a source for their green lipped mussel ingredients.

The question of whether or not green lipped mussel is effective in providing for the indications of Lyprinol depends on exactly what the indications are. For most people, the introduction of the proper amount of omega-3, omega-6, or other fatty acid will cover the bases for many issues related to inflammation. Of course, for those suffering from serious arthritis or inflammation associated issues, the presence of fatty acids in Lyprinol may 
not be enough to actually control the inflammation, as arthritis is caused by the inability to regulate inflammation by the autoimmune system. For most people, fatty acids are being ingested on a regular basis, and there's no reason to take a supplement like Lyprinol because the addition of green lipped mussel will not significantly add to the ingestion of fatty acids.

Most consumers of Lyprinol supplement their diet with green lipped mussel in order to provide a unique combination of fatty acids which are particularly effective in growing connective tissues, including cartilage, tendon, and ligaments. The degradation of these tissues ultimately lead to the inflammation that is associated with different types of arthritis. The ingestion of green lipped mussel via Lyprinol and a wide variety of fatty acids certainly does contribute to joint health and the development of connective tissues. Whether or not the fatty acids in Lyprinol are available in a typically healthy diet which includes all necessary nutrients and vitamins is up to debate. However, there appears to be no specific harm in digesting fatty acids in the form of green lipped mussel as aquatic forms of fatty acids are usually quite balanced, and green lipped mussel has been shown to contribute to the growth  and repair of connective tissues.

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