Research has documented that there is a depletion of glutathione in the brain in as we age. Glutathione is one of the most widely distributed and important antioxidants in all of nature. Intravenous infusions of glutathione are not practical for most and it soon became apparent that oral dosages were so poorly absorbed that they were of little use. Liposomal delivery solves all of this and gives hope to many. Some of the signs of CoQ-10 deficiency are muscle aches and pains, liver dysfunction and neuro-muscular deterioration. These are also signficantly the side effects of the widely used statin drugs which destroy CoQ-10 in the human body.
The largest impediment in supplementing CoQ-10 to the human is the incredibly poor absorption when taken orally. Physicians have found that intravenous CoQ-10 is amazingly effective but oral use is limited because of the high doses necessary for results. The advent of liposomal CoQ-10 that is then merged into a liposomal delivery system has produced increased blood levels of this critical nutrient.
Tyrosine is an amino acid which acts as the immediate precursor to dopamine in the brain.
Symplex P offers the most up-to-date nutriceutical approach to nutritionally support our health as we age and utilizes a delivery system that will ensure maximum absorption. Suggested use is 1 tablespoonful twice daily for one week, then 1 tablespoon daily. After ease is reached, reduce to 1 teaspoonful twice daily. Each tablespoonful contains 250 mg CoQ-10, 250 mg glutathione and 250 mg tyrosine in a base of 5 grams phospholipids including phosphytidal serine and choline.