What is Squalene
Squalene is a potent healthy-lipid compound found in highest concentration in shark liver. Squalene is rich in Alkylglycerols, or AKGs which occur in most of our human organs that are responsible for producing blood cells and in human breast milk. It is hypothesised that this link is why patients see an elevated white blood cell production from Squalene use .
Benefits of Squalene
While the benefits of Squalene must be experienced first-hand, there is scientific research to suggest Squalene can support with:
- Inhibiting cancer proliferation 
- Prevent radiation sickness 
- Neutralise free radicals deep within the cell membrane, sometime most normal antioxidants are incapable of. 
- Protects the skin from radioactive and oxidative damage 
- Anti Aging properties:
- Enhances the efficacy of the skin mitochondria 
- 12% of overall bodily squalene is secreted from the skin which acts as a protective barrier 
Each capsule contains:
d-alpha tocopherol(Vitamin E5.21U) 3.5mg
Contains no added sugar, starch, gluten, yeast, or artificial colouring.
Directions for use:
Always read the label. Use only as directed.
If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Adults take one or two capsules daily or as directed by your health care professional.
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