New PolyPC(TM) Exerts Powerful Antioxidant Activity on Liver Cells

Los Angeles, CA, June 20, 2006 – Jarrow Formulas®, a natural products pioneer since 1987, has unveiled PolyPC™, a specialized phospholipid that exerts powerful antioxidant activity on liver cells and protects against glutathione loss.

PolyPC™ contains polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholines, which are more unsaturated than endogenous phosphatidylcholines. PolyPC™ is highly absorbed via the lymph and circulation and concentrates in hepatocyte (liver cell) membranes. High concentrations of unsaturated phospholipids, such as PolyPC™ have been shown to increase the activity of enzymes involved in lipid metabolism.

According to Mark Becker, Director, Advertising/Communications for Jarrow Formulas, PolyPC is a great addition to Jarrow Formulas line of liver support products. “PolyPC is especially effective when you use in conjunction with Jarrow Formulas® Liver PF™, Alpha Lipoic Sustain™, or nutrients such as SAM-e.”

The suggested retail price (SRP) for Jarrow Formulas® PolyPC™ is $39.95 for a bottle of 60 softgels.

Jarrow Formulas® is a nutritional supplement formulator and marketer founded in 1977 and incorporated in 1988. The company markets its products throughout the United States and internationally in more than 20 countries in Europe, Asia, Israel and Latin America. The company offers a complete line of nutritional products that includes vitamins, minerals, probiotics, standardized herbal concentrates, amino acids, enzymes and enteral nutrition formulations. Jarrow Formulas, Inc. is active in regulatory affairs, helping to maintain American’s rights to free access to dietary supplements. Its products are manufactured by Jarrow Industries Incorporated, a pharmaceutical quality facility located in Santa Fe Springs, CA. For more information, contact Mark Becker, Director, Advertising/Communications toll free at (800) 726-0886 or access the Jarrow Formulas Web site at


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