Phosphoethanolamine / Fosfoetanolamina


Phosphoethanolamine is an organic chemical compound which includes the process of synthesis of lipid molecules which make up the plasma membrane of many mammals. The molecule is capable to cause changes at the mitochondria membrane in cells that are growing out of order and out of control (anaerobic). Such changes make these organelles little activity, bringing a greater vulnerability to defective cells, by "flagging them". This process facilitates the body's immune system to identify the defective cells, causing their extinction by apoptosis (cell self-destruction), preventing further multiplication

PHOSPHOETHANOLAMINE PLUS is a formulation combining 412mg of the purest form of Phosphoethanolamine with Resveratrol, Magnesium and Vitamin K2 (MK-7).