BodyBio PC (Phosphatidylcholine) Gels
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BodyBio PC (Liquid Phosphatidylcholine) | BodyBio
Formulated with a 4:1 Ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 in softgels.*
Complex of phospholipids
Naturally liposomal Phosphatidylcholine
- Mental focus
- Brain function
- Motor skills
Liposomal phospholipid complex vs non-liposomal: it matters. Non-liposonal PC like lecithin, is broken down by digestion, preventing the positive impact that PC has on improving your cellular health. Bodybio PC is a non-GMO, pure liposomal phospholipid complex, meaning the pure phospholipids are not broken apart and are instantly utilized, rebuilding every cell in your body.
Bodybio PC contains concentrated levels of: Phosphatidylcholine (PC): essential for memory. Phosphatidylethanolamine (PE): vital to mitochondrial function. Phosphatidylinositol (PI): supportive to the brain and neurotransmission. Approximately 60% of the brain is fat. Low levels of phosphatidylcholine (PC) in the body impacts the brain and heart, affecting memory, mental alertness, behavior, and focus
BodyBio PC© 900 mg 100 Gels | BodyBio
SUGGESTED USE: Take 2 softgels per day or as directed by your physician.
Serving Size: 2 softgels
Amount per serving
Calories from Fat 14.2
Total Fat 1.6 g
Saturated Fat 0.3 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1.1 g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.16 g
Phospholipid Complex 1300 mg
INGREDIENTS: Phosphatidyl-Choline, Phosphatidyl-Ethanolamine, Phosphatidyl-Inositol, minor glycolipids. A proprietary blend of essential fatty acids linoleic and alpha linolenic, minor fatty acids, ethanol. DERIVED FROM SOY.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Keep Tightly Closed In A Dry Place at Room Temperature (59 - 86 degrees F.). DO NOT USE IF SAFETY SEAL IS BROKEN
What is BodyBio PC?
BodyBio PC is a special, highly concentrated mixture of phospholipids with the highest one being Phosphatidylcholine. The key fact is that PC declines with age and disease.
What is the recommended dosage/administration?
1-2 teaspoons per day or as directed by your physician.
What is the difference/benefit of taking capsules over liquid or vice versa?
None, only convenience and personal preference.
How much Phosphatidylcholine is in one dose of BodyBio PC?
One tsp of BodyBio PC contains between 1500–1800 mg of PC. A capsule contains 450–605 mg of PC.
Why is Ethanol in BodyBio PC?
Ethanol is used to extract the phospholipids from the soy concentrate. The ethanol is then removed by vacuum distillation; however there is a small amount that is left ~ 2%
What is a Phospholipid?
Chemically speaking, phospholipids are the active component in lecithin. Compared to a typical fat or triglyceride (“Tri” meaning three fatty acids attached) phospholipids contain two fatty acids and in place of the third fatty acid they have a phosphorous containing head group. A phospholipid is unique because its tail likes oil and its head group likes water. When a phospholipid comes in contact with water, it spontaneously forms a “bi-layer structure”. The bi-layer functions as the “skin” or “membrane” of living cells and organelles.
Another crucial component of a phospholipid is the type of fatty acids attached to it. A phospholipid such as soy-derived polyenylphosphatidylcholine is rich in linoleic and linolenic acid, polyunsaturated fatty acids that provide “fluidity” to the cell membrane. Maintaining membrane fluidity is crucial, as the membrane is crucial to the majority of cellular activities. BodyBio PC is formulated with those important essential oils, the omega 6 and the omega 3’s at a 4:1 ratio. 4 parts of omega 6 from soybean oil and 1 part of omega 3 from flax oil.
What is BodyBio PC most commonly used for?
BodyBio PC rebuilds the membrane and increases fluidity, which is synonymous with saying that PC is life itself.
If I am allergic to Soy can I take BodyBio PC?
Eating the seeds of some plants may trigger an allergic response but the oil extracted from the seeds does not. During the oil extraction process the proteins are separated from the oil. Since it is the protein that can cause an allergic reaction one does not need to worry about the oil. The FDA specifically states that oils do not contribute to allergies.*
While soybeans are regarded as allergenic foods, Lecithin (a by-product of soybean oil production) is not because allergens are found only in the protein fraction. The process of oil separation requires dissolving the soybean in a solvent (such as hexane). Proteins do not dissolve in the solvent and are therefore separated out. Lecithin is then used as an ingredient in many food products and is the base material for BodyBio PC.
However, BodyBio PC requires additional processing (which tends to insure the removal of any remaining protein fractions) to arrive at a high concentration of phospholipids, providing quality PC.
*This information is currently in the FDA labeling regulations, which also excludes manufacturers of supplements from any requirement for posting an allergic warning message on products that only contain oil.
Is BodyBio PC Safe & are there any potential side effects?
There are no known side effects with BodyBio PC.
What if I am taking other medications?
There are no known conflicts with any medication.
Is BodyBio PC a drug?
No, it’s a phospholipid.
*Your results may vary from those listed above.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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