How the ingredients of Neuroaspis deal with Multiple sclerosis

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How the ingredients of Neuroaspis deal with Multiple sclerosis

  • Anti-inflammatory:

Neuroaspis contains a specific ratio and dosage of Omega 3 (EPA/DHA) and Omega 6 fatty acids (GLA/LA) as re-esterified triglycerides. These are really important for the whole body, as all cells are surrounded by a membrane that is consisted of phospholipids. In MS the analogy of the fatty acids in the membrane is disrupted. Furthermore, in biological fluids of patients with MS, there is a lack of EPA/DHA. Finally, EPA/DHA is really important in MS metabolism (reactions that lead to the creation of components that are important in MS pathophysiology) and inflammation. Omega-3 (EPA/DHA) of Neuroaspis have a strong anti-inflammatory function because they inhibit arachidonic acid, which is a key player in inflammation, and activate specific anti-inflammatory molecules like resolvins and protectins.

  • Antioxidant:

Neuroaspis has vitamin E, beta-carotene and gamma-tocopherol all three are antioxidants and anti-inflammatory. Carotene is important for the eyes – note that MS can easily affect vision – while vitamin E doesn’t let fatty acids to oxidize (arachidonic acids, among others) and acts specifically on neural cells. Furthermore, the whole Neuroaspis formula regulates oxidative stress by destroying ROS and increasing NRF2, a known receptor that has an anti-oxidant action (also called as the master regulator of oxidative stress).

  • Neuroprotective & Neurotrophic:

The patented formula of Neuroaspis protects the myelin sheath normally disrupted at MS and enhances the capacity of the cell for remyelination. Furthermore, Neuroaspis messes with T-cells and prevents more immune response elements to enter the CNS through the blood-brain barrier.

Neuroaspis For MS

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