What Is Squalene?
Squalene is a
poly-unsaturated hydrocarbon liquid (C30 H50) which occurs
naturally, ubiquitously in human tissue in small amounts. The
most abundant source of squalene is from the livers of deep sea
sharks to be found at depths of as much as 1,500 metres. It
occurs in Shark liver oils as the major component, comprising up
to 85% of the oil. Squalene is not found in sharks living at
shallow sea levels.
hydrocarbon C30H50, in order to stabilize, attaches hydrogen
ions from water and acids in the body, and in the process, frees
oxygen to the body. It was established that the non-mythical
Squalene stimulates the metabolism of the body by supplying an
abundance of oxygen to the tissues.
Several type of
sharks live 3,000 feet under the sea. At this depth, sunlight
and oxygen are almost nil. The Atmospheric pressure is intense
and conditions are harsh. The ability of these sharks to survive
under a hostile environment is due largely to the size and
content of their liver which contains pure Squalene. It is
Squalene which supplies much of the volume of oxygen needed in
their bodies, providing strength and stamina.
Adaptogen ( Adaptation Syndrome )
Squalene is non-toxic, 100% natural and has no side effects. Its
beneficial action is not limited to a particular organ.
If any, initial reactions result from toxins being released from
Squalene revitalizes weakened body cells and helps revive cell
generation. Its chief attribute is the protection it affords
cells from oxidation reactions.
The human body has about 6 billion oxygen reliant cells.
Oxygenation promotes good health to the most basic level of life
- the cell.
Squalene helps clean, purify, and detoxify the blood from
toxins, facilitating blood circulation. It cleanses the
gastrointestinal tract and kidneys, causing better bowel
movement and urination. Many diseases are cured if the blood is
purified, a condition Squalene contributes to.
of Bad Cholesterol
Squalene is good cholesterol that is made up of high density
lipid (HDL) which prevents the hardening of blood vessels and
deposition of cholesterol plaques.
To test the authenticity of pure Squalene, you can place the
deep-sea shark liver oil extract in the freezer. Even at low
temperatures, it should not freeze, allowing the substance to
flow freely into your system, pumping oxygen into the cells.
Since Squalene prevents cell damage, beautiful, healthy cells
are produced. Linked together with lipoproteins, it later forms
lipofuscin, an anti-aging substance. It also prevents the
formation of harmful lipid peroxide which destroys various kinds
Squalene carries oxygen in the cellular level, causing further
improvement in organ function through cellular metabolism,
preventing the acidotic cell syndrome where cells become acidic,
deteriorate and die due to lack of oxygen.
There is a significant relationship between the degree of one's
health and the amount of oxygen consumption by body cells.
In today's polluted environment, lack of exercise, and poor
lifestyle, Squalene gives your body a beneficial source of
Squalene's terpene gives a sterilizing effect, combating the
growth of various germs such as coliform bacilli, dysentery
bacilli, micrococcus pyocynanel, staphylococcus, hemolytic
streptococcus, and candida albicans.
Squalene naturally increases male potency and vitality through a
better body. It also helps regulate the female menstrual cycle
and improves irregular and abnormal cycles.
Squalene - reduces various aches and pains - helps body organs
such as the kidneys, liver and gallbladder function properly -
helps digestive system function properly by reducing gas
troptosis conditions, helping to shrink hemorrhoids and curbing
obesity - Acts as a relaxant, giving added vigor and vitality
without the hyper-activity associated with other food
supplements - generates hair and smoothens skin - exhibits a
penetrating action with immediate effects on topical
applications - helps prevent various kinds of diseases and
speeds up the healing process in most conditions of ill health.
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