The incredible nutrient profile in ratfish liver oil has many health properties, according to clinical studies and feedback from certified medical practitioners.*
May ease inflammation, support the immune system and have anti-cancer properties: Ratfish oil contains high concentrations of alkylglycerols, which are special fats (biologically active lipids) that have been studied as anti-cancer agents in clinical trials. This includes molecular research on the “Anti-cancer Activity of Ratfish Oil” by Dr. Ari Mallakin, who states, “Promising results show the oil’s influence on tumor suppressor genes and much more.”* The alkylglycerols in ratfish liver oil may also support the blood and the body’s natural responses toward bacteria, fungus and yeast, according to Dr. Mallakin.* And, alkylglycerols may have anti-inflammatory properties and help to support the immune system.* The abundant alkylglycerols set ratfish liver oil apart from other fish liver oils.
May support the pineal gland: Many people take ratfish oil to support the pineal gland in the brain, which produces melatonin, regulates sleep, and is thought to be the center for intuition. As calcification of the pineal gland can occur over time from ingesting fast food, fluoride and other toxins, many believe ratfish liver oil may help support the gland, including medical practitioners who are familiar with nutrition.* Many of our customers report restful sleep, a feeling of tranquility and a renewed sense of clarity when taking Ratfish Liver Oil.*
May maintain healthy cholesterol levels and support the heart: Ratfish Liver Oil contains phytosterols (plant sterols), which studies indicate may maintain healthy cholesterol levels and even lower LDL cholesterol.* Additionally, the vitamin E in ratfish liver oil may support the heart and circulatory system: By minimizing the oxidation of circulating LDL cholesterol (the bad one), it allows this cholesterol to move smoothly around the bloodstream to where it's needed. Please note that the vitamin E in Rosita Ratfish Liver Oil is produced by the fish in the fish's liver/body, so it's naturally occurring (not isolated or synthetic).
May inhibit free radical damage: Ratfish Liver Oil contains natural antioxidants, such as vitamin E, that may shield free radical damage. A-tocopherol functions as a chain-breaking antioxidant, which may prevent the propagation of free radicals in membranes and plasma lipoproteins (particles that transport fat to the cells and tissues in the body). This antioxidant vitamin is also likely involved in strengthening certain aspects of cell-mediated immunity, which is an immune response that does not involve antibodies.*
May support the skin: Based on the information that the alkylglycerols in ratfish liver oil are reported to have “excellent emollient effects on the skin and … immunostimulant properties”, this study revealed that topical treatment of psoriasis with Ratfish Liver Oil might be beneficial in treating the skin condition intermittently.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.