About Phospholipid Exchange Therapy
Phospholipid Exchange Therapy (IV lipid infusion therapy/ PK protocol, named after Dr. Patricia Kane) is an intravenous technique for supplying the correct proportion of fats and oils in a bioavailable form to replenish cell membranes and membranes within cells. Lipid infusion is a technique that has been practiced for decades, especially in Eastern Europe, and is a form of anti-aging medicine that has been shown to combat cellular oxidation and oxygen radicals.
As we know, dysfunction in the brain, nervous system and immune system can be caused by a host of factors, including all of the harmful chemicals we are exposed to on a daily basis – from preservatives in food to prescription drugs and pesticides – which may get stuck in cellular membranes, causing havoc in the body. Providing an abundance of clean oils helps to displace oils in the brain which hold these polluting toxins.
Phospholipid exchange therapy has the ability to dramatically improve the outcomes of patients in a wide range of disorders such as Alzheimer’s, ALS, Multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, epilepsy, Lyme disease, chronic fatigue, autism, bipolar disorder, seizures, cardiovascular disease, and many more.
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Benefits of Phospholipid Exchange Therapy
Clinical experience has shown that phospholipid exchange therapy may be used for a number of conditions and issues, and that the benefits include:
- Restores the appropriate balance and content of lipids in cellular membranes
- Enhances the cellular activities of the liver, nervous system, cardiovascular system and the immune system
- Assists in metabolism and replication of genetic molecules
- Rectify disturbances in methylation due to toxic exposure
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Disclaimer: All information provided on this site is not expressed as medical advice. It is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or replace conventional medical treatment.