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(phospholipids + fatty acid)

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by JanSz, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Any paper so I could study it?



    pls help me.

    I need simple, farmers logic, explanation, once over.

    Something that possibly, even I could understand.



    How to think about phospholipids consumed separately (each phospholipid individually)

    and

    fatty acids consumed separately

    vs

    getting them at the same time.



    Process of separating them destroys..... what?



    Also

    how to measure phospholipid content and adequacy (in blood)?

    I have some indirect indicators for phospholipid supplementation, could use some more

    (BloodUreaNitrogen(BUN), Alkaline Phosphatase, Creatinine, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, Creatine Kinase (CK))

    morning cortisol

    Could use more of them.



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    When we say



    Phosphatidyl-Serine

    glyceryl-phosphoryl-choline, or GPC


    Phosphatidyl-Choline

    Phosphatidyl-Ethanolamine

    Phosphatidyl-Inositol

    Phosphatidyl-(Other minor glycolipids)



    The group above is generally called phospholipids.



    They can contain fatty acids.



    At this time, I am thinking Omega3 and Omega6 Fatty Acids.



    Food---->(oysters and other shellfish, small sea fish) contain lots of DHA (major Omega3), and phospholipids

    Food---->(meats, eggs) contain AA(major Omega6), and likely phospholipids

    Supplements---->BodyBio (Phosphatidyl-Choline, -Ethanolamine, -Inositol) with (ALA-omega & LA-omega6)

    Supplements---->Krill Oil (have an edge over Fish Oil) because of phospholipid content (they are bad due to excessive EPA content)

    Supplements----->PS-DHA (Phosphatidyl-Serine) + DHA, I cant locate it, but is mentioned here: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20523044#

    Supplements----->DHA(Nutricology/Allergy Research) (any phospholipids theres there?)

    Supplements----->Phosphatidyl Choline(Nutricology/Allergy Research) (any fatty acids there?)

    Supplements----->PhosSerine® Complex(Nutricology/Allergy Research) (any fatty acids there?)

    Life style-------->minding Circadian rhythm influences cortisol profile (so at least PS is influenced by this).



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    Possibly, there is a way to get (at least this six) Product Information Sheets

    Phosphatidyl Choline

    PhosSerine® Complex

    DHA

    Pregnenolone

    DHEA

    DIM® Enhanced Delivery System



    from

    http://www.allergyresearchgroup.com/Product-Information-Sheets-sp-33.html

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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Phospholipids are huge.........I'll get to them. Stop jumping the shark. LOL
     

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