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Modified Citrus Pectin Protects Against Vascular Hardening
Date:11/20/2012

d?term=PLos%20One%20galectin-3%20kidney%20injury">research published in the journal PLoS One in 2011 demonstrating the role that galectin-3 plays in acute fibrosis-related kidney injuries. That study also shows that MCP blocks the harmful effects of excess galectin-3 and helps to reverse related damages.

This recent study marks a critical step toward understanding the mechanisms behind vascular fibrosis, and the role MCP can play in inhibiting these and other factors associated with heart failure and organ fibrosis. More research must be done to further illuminate the role of galectin-3 in cardiovascular and chronic diseases. Further research including clinical trials are being planned to explore MCP as a safe and natural preventative and treatment for congestive heart failure and metastatic cancer.

For more information on modified citrus pectin call (707) 583-8619, or visit www.mcprecommends.org

Source: Galectin-3 mediates aldosterone-induced vascular fibrosis. Laurent C, Maria M, Pascal R, Victoria C, Ernesto MM, de Boer RA, Françoise P, Patrick L, Faiez Z, Patrick R, Natalia LA. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2012 Nov 1. [Epub ahead of print]

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