Regeneration, vitality and efficiency of the brain and metabolism. We apply therapies with phoshatidylcholine, glutathione, immunmodulators, micronutrients and individual nutrition.

70 to 100 trillions of cells build up the organs, nerves, vessels and brain. All cells have a cell wall consisting of a double membrane. In terms of weight, various types of phospholipids constitute half of the membranes, and proteins or large protein molecules the other half. Inside the cells there are ten times as many membrane structures again which envelope cell organelles such as mitochondria or cell nucleus with endoplasmatic reticulum (ER) and so on.

Most metabolic reactions occur at the phospholipid double membranes. They are dependent on the correct composition of the double membranes. If the cell membrane is healthily sound the enzyme reactions function well (citrate cycle, respiration chain in the mitochondrion, transcription of DNA sequences and protein synthesis in the ER). If the cell membrane is impaired the function of the enzyme reactions suffers as a result. Damage can evolve from any lipophilic toxins such as heavy metals, any solvents and petrochemical derivates, bacteria toxins, parasite toxins, free radicals or oxidative and nitrosative stress. Excessive proinflammatory cytokines and messengers also cause damage to the cells.

Since 60% of the brain dry matter is composed of lipids it is easy to understand why the so-called neurotoxins attack the brain and nerves in particular.

The phospholipids, phosphatidylcholin (PC), play a particularly important role in the regeneration and detoxification. Alongside three other phospholipids, the percentage to which PC is involved in forming the outer cell membrane layer is 50%. It is the marker of a youthful and healthy sound cell. When the concentration of PC diminishes due to age or disease and phosphatidylserin pops up from the inner casing by means of a “flippase”, this is a sign for the body to clear the affected cell (the so-called apoptosis or programmed cellular death). This leads to a premature reduction or impairment of brain and nerve cells. Owing to the fat-soluble properties of neurotoxins lipid-based therapies are required in order to divert the neurotoxins.

Phosphatidylcholine, or PC, is a substance on which extensive research has been done and which has been used in Germany for curing toxic liver damage and hypercholesterinaemia for decades.

Being our main detoxifying organ, the liver is exposed to harmful substances in particular. The liver, brain and nerves, joints, muscles and in fact all tissues can regenerate effectively with PC.

The healthier the composition of the cell membranes is, the better the detoxifying performance of the cell, liver and gall bladder, and the better the expulsion of the toxins out of the body.

Neurotoxins such as heavy metals, in addition to bacteria toxins and other toxic and xenogenic substances, are extracted from the predominantly adipose brain and organs.