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Essentials of Plasmalogens

Plasmalogens are unique lipid molecules critical to nerve, heart, lung, eye, and kidney cells.
Plasmalogen levels decrease with disease and age as the body can no longer make enough to keep up with demands.
Plasmalogens are concentrated in the brain, heart, lungs, eyes, and kidneys.
Getting enough plasmalogens through the diet is impossible as they are degraded in the gut.

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ProdromeNeuro™ (Softgels)

ProdromeNeuro™ contains the plasmalogen building blocks for neurons that make up brain gray matter. Neurons are cells that process and transmit information in the body. These plasmalogens commonly become deficient with age.

ProdromeGlia™ (Softgels)

ProdromeGlia™ contains the plasmalogen building blocks for glial cells that make up brain white matter. Glia are cells that surround, support, and protect neurons. These plasmalogens commonly decrease with inflammation.

Recommended by Dr. Dayan Goodenowe, PhD

Dr. Dayan Goodenowe has studied plasmalogens since 2006 when he first discovered and hypothesized about their role in the cause of dementia.

He has established collaborations with world-renowned international researchers and physicians in dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and several other diseases.

Dr. Goodenowe is an expert on the biochemical basis of disease, with a passion for the optimization of human biochemistry for longevity and vitality.

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