Lyprinolby Georges M. Halpern, Krista Edmonds
Doctors write more prescriptions for drugs that combat the pain and inflammation of arthritis than for any other pharmaceutical. But many of these medications have harmful side effects and should not be taken long-term. Fortunately, researchers at several universities may have found the arthritis miracle for which so many people are searching. Lyprinol is a natural compound derived from green-lipped mussels found off the coast of New Zealand. Lyprinol shows exceptional success in halting the progression of joint and connective-tissue problems, as well as in promoting the healing and regeneration of arthritic and injured joints.
This informative book explains the many benefits of lyprinol for treating arthritis and other illnesses, such as asthma and skin disorders, as well as its important role in immune health.
Author Biography: Georges Halpern, M.D., Ph.D., is a board-certified internist and allergist. A Fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, and professor emeritus of Medicine at the University of California, Davis, he is the author of Ginkgo and Cordyceps.
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