Shark Liver Oil 1000mg
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Shark Liver Oil
contains alkylglycerols, chemicals found in bone marrow, liver,
spleen and in mothers milk, which is involved in white blood
cell production and the formation of antibodies. This
product from 100% premium New Zealand deep sea shark
Take 1-2 capsules
daily with benefit the cardiovascular system and overall health,
or as professionally advised.
contains not less than: Shark Liver Oil 1000mg, which contains: Alkyglycerols 200mg.
No artificial flavorings, preservatives, sugar,
salt, corn, yeast, gluten lactose added.
Our deep-sea Shark Liver Oil is tested and guaranteed free of
detectable toxic contaminants such as heavy metals (i.e.
mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, copper, iron, etc.) and
pesticides (i.e. DDT, DDE, HCB, PCB, lindane, etc.).
What Is Shark Liver Oil?
Oil derived from the livers of deep-water sharks shows some promise in
fighting cancer and boosting the immune system. Until a decade ago, when
a growing number of supplement manufacturers began to take an interest
in this nutritional aid, most shark livers were routinely tossed
overboard. Today, several companies harvest and process the oil from
sharks caught off of Greenland, Norway, Sweden, and other coasts. The
oil is available as a by-product of the commercial fishing industry;
endangered sharks are not allowed to be killed solely for their oil.
In centuries past, Nordic fishermen used shark liver oil as a folk
remedy to heal wounds and fight the flu. Japanese seamen called it
samedawa, or "cure all." Interestingly, a new use emerged in the
1950s, when a Swedish doctor noted that children with leukemia who were
fed calf bone marrow showed some protection against the adverse effects
of radiation. Investigation revealed that the calf marrow therapeutic
actions were due to natural immune-boosting compounds called
alkylglycerols, also present in notably high concentrations in shark
Alkylglycerols are naturally found in much lower levels in the bone
marrow, liver, spleen, and breast milk of mature cows as well as in
humans. Much of the medical interest in shark liver oil--as a potential
complement to standard cancer treatments and as a natural immune
booster--has focused on these promising compounds.
Shark liver oil also contains squalamine, a substance which in animal
studies has shown some ability to fight cancers of the breast, lung,
brain, and skin (melanoma specifically) by choking off the tumor's blood
supply; studies in people are under way. Shark liver oil capsules
sometimes also contain generous amounts of squalene, an antioxidant and
bacteria-fighter. Also present are omega-3 fatty acids (the
heart-healthy oils found in other deep-water fish) and vitamin A.
Shark liver oil is sometimes added to lip balms to moisturize and
prevent chapping, and one recent report indicated that it might even
help heal canker sores. Other than occasional patient testimonials,
however, evidence is weak that shark liver oil can cure serious
diseases, such as AIDS, arthritis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and
psoriasis. Many points suggest that Shark Liver Oils are very useful for
helping to correct Leaky Gut Syndrome and many LGS sufferers have found
this to be true, especially when taken in conjunction with treatments
Most of the promising studies with shark liver oil have focused on its
possible benefits against cancer and infections. Unfortunately, many of
the trials have been done in animals or have been very small and
inconclusive. Many researchers contend that the supplement shows real
promise, however, and new, more rigorous human studies are under way.
shark liver oil may help to:
Augment traditional cancer treatments.
In Europe, shark liver oil is widely used to complement traditional
cancer treatments. Some preliminary research suggests that the
alkylglyerols in shark liver oil may prime the immune system, causing
cancer cells to come under attack and preventing spread of disease. The
oil may also fortify healthy cells and ease the harsh side effects of
cancer chemotherapy and radiation treatments. There are few sound
studies, however, to confirm these possible cancer-fighting benefits in
Fight infections and inflammations and heal wounds.
Enthusiasts claim that by boosting the immune system, shark liver oil
may protect against as well as speed the healing of colds, flu, and
various minor skin infections. These types of uses were certainly common
in old fishing communities familiar with sharks. Alkylglycerol-rich bone
marrow soup, for example, is an old-time home remedy used to ward off
The liver oil also has been proposed as an immune-modulating remedy to
ease asthma, arthritis, and the skin inflammations of psoriasis. Whether
it is truly effective for any of these conditions remains to be proven,
but for the minor ailments at least, it likely poses little risk and
could possibly help.