WHAT ABOUT MOXXOR AND DIABETES?

How about including MOXXOR in the regime of a diabetes patient?

First of all let me say something about that! Nothing we eat, or take (be it a drug or a supplement) or do (even surgery) ever heals or cures anything! Only our bodies own healing system and inner doctor can do that! But having said that, lets take a look at just how inflammation and diabetes are actually connected. There is strong evidence that MOXXOR can help fight the inflammation and  free radicals linked to diabetes! Let’s take a look at how this works!

People with diabetes have high levels of glucose that results in a large amount of free radicals. The free radicals cause high levels of inflammation in the body. Because of chronic inflammation, people with diabetes have an increased risk of developing other diseases, one of them being heart disease. A change of diet can benefit those with diabetes especially if wheat, corn and soy are cut out of the diet. Also omega-3 has been found to help diabetes.

According to this article, “People with diabetes often have high triglyceride and low HDL levels. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil can help lower triglycerides and apoproteins (markers of diabetes), and raise HDL, so eating foods or taking fish oil supplements may help people with diabetes.” Also we learn here that, “Research studies suggest that omega-3 is useful in combating circulation problems associated with diabetes by rendering the walls of the veins and arteries smoother and more elastic.”

Moxxor omega-3 is a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It is made up of three ingredients: green lip mussel oil, white grape seed husk extract, and kiwifruit seed oil, all organic and cold extracted. The green lip mussel, by nature, is a powerful anti-inflammatory because it eats only phytoplankton, high in carotenoids. It is said to be 200 times more potent an anti-inflammatory than fish oil. How is it so potent? The green lip mussel has a unique lipid profile not found anywhere else in nature. These unique lipids including, long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3s), phospholipids, and marine sterols combine to form an aggressive, potent all natural anti-inflammatory.

The grape seed extract in MOXXOR is used as its natural preservative but also serves as a powerful source of antioxidants on its own, which have anti-inflammatory properties. Antioxidants are also known for their aggressive abilities to fight free radicals. The kiwifruit seed oil in MOXXOR provides all 8 natural forms of Vitamin E including tocotrienols! These are the only ingredients in MOXXOR. Note that it doesn’t have excipients such as any filler oils which are used in competitive products. The ratio of olive oil as a filler oil is at least 150 mgs of Olive Oil to approx. 50 mgs of mussel oil or other Omega 3 marine lipids. Don’t be fooled by what appears to be a less expensive option…not when fillers are there to give you less that what you think you are getting.

If you have diabetes or other chronic inflammatory conditions or just want overall health benefits attributed to Omega 3, marine lipid supplements, give MOXXOR a try.  It’s 100% sustainable, safe with blood thinners and other meds but always good to check with your own health practitioner before trying anything new, and there are no seafood or shellfish allergies as there are no protein or carbohydrate molecules in MOXXOR and MOXXOR does not have a blood thinning effect as fish oils do!

Don’t forget MOXXOR offers a 60 day money back guarantee. See my website and also read my blog entitled, What on Earth is a Greenlip Mussel for further information on the benefits of including MOXXOR in your daily regime, as well as for your companion animals stay tuned here and also peruse my archives, for how MOXXOR  and lots more of my musings can be of help to your own Art of Wellness!

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