Speaker: Walter Crinnion. Paraoxonase 1 is an enzyme produced in the liver that is carried by HDL cholesterol. Low levels are associated with heart disease, diabetes (both types), depression, RA, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases. It is also the body’s main defense against pesticides in foods. Fortunately, there are many healthy things to do to boost the function of this enzyme – including the polyphenols in our diets.
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Latest Research on Paraoxonase 1 and Dietary Recommendations for Boosting its Function
- Event: 2016 Medicines from the Earth
- Product Code: 16ME35
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