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Phospholipids are the main ingredient that comprises our cell membranes (walls). They are the glue that keeps our cells safe under stress and whose loss of integrity has been linked to aging, disease and chronic fatigue. Optimal cellular functioning means that your organs are working more efficiently– maintaining low stress allows your cells to thrive throughout your life. This translates to better skin textures, exuberant amounts of energy and clarity of mind. Conversely, high cell turnover rate (cells dying due to stress and then replicating) has been linked to premature aging, disease and decreased quality of life1. The health of the cellular wall is paramount to the overall health of every cell in the body1.




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