Allergy Research Group Cellular Support – NT Factor Energy Lipids


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The unique blend of soy phosphoglycolipids in Allergy Research Group’s NT Factor® EnergyLipids Powder may help address certain symptoms associated with mild fatigue by working to support cellular membranes. One of the main ingredients in this supplement is phosphatidylcholine. Phosphatidylcholine (a form of choline) plays a role in maintaining the structural integrity of cell membranes; therefore‚ it may assist in guarding the contents of your cells. As a result‚ NT Factor® EnergyLipids Powder may work to protect the mitochondria located in each cell that play a key role in producing energy. In the same fashion as phospholipids like phosphatidylcholine‚ the glycolipids in NT Factor® EnergyLipids Powder can also support cellular function. However‚ while phospholipids move nutrients into and waste out of your cells‚ glycolipids transport nutrients within cell membranes. NT Factor® EnergyLipids Powder may help address certain symptoms associated with oxidative stress by working to replace cell membrane lipids that have been damaged by free radicals with new‚ healthy lipids. Take one-fourth of a teaspoon twice daily; if desired‚ you can start by taking one-half of a teaspoon twice daily as part of a one- to two-month loading period. Mix this powder with water‚ juice‚ or food. Each 150-gram container of NT Factor® EnergyLipids Powder by Allergy Research Group should last for about two months at the standard dosage. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.

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