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Tuesday, October 28, 2008 dejaoo7, Community Member, asks

Q: How does lipophage algae affect the human body?

It's been said tht lipophage algae can assist with weight loss.  The algae eats away fat and leaves a film to covers the skin wall so fat will not stick.  This in turn causes serious weight loss.  Not only does the algae eat away the fat that you are currently taking in, it eats away the bad fats that have already set in the body.  Please explain how eating algae will affect the human body.  I've read articles on it being test on animals and plants, but not humans.  Is algae only good for eating fat or will it eat other molecules and things in the body.  What happens to the algae once all of the bad fats are consumed.  Will they die or stay in the body to continue to eat bad fat?  Will they dissolve and be flushed out with other daily wastes?

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The HealthGal, Health Guide
10/29/08 11:50pm

Answered previously

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EmilMoonglow, Community Member
11/ 1/11 6:58pm

Well, what about those of us who have just discovered lipophange algae, know nothing about what affects it has (except weight loss) on the body and NEED this informatoin?   Just to say, "..I've already answered that.."  doesn't hold "water"  with me.. At least tell the rest of us WHERE to FIND that information.. Thanks,

 

Emil

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The HealthGal, Health Guide
11/ 1/11 11:35pm

I did not personally post that so I am not sure why or how it appeared. This is an ongoing conversation I was not involved in, occuring in the forum.  I'm not sure why "previously answered" appeared with my photo attached.  it may be a generated message from the system.

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fatinfo, Community Member
12/ 4/08 1:08pm

what is the answer to lipophage algae on the human body?

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mariatim, Community Member
7/24/10 4:53pm

My friend started using Sea Thin (www.seathin.com) from Whole Foods. It's something based on algae. She lost 4 pounds, but she also exercises. Did anybody try them out?

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glowworm272001, Community Member
4/ 5/11 4:44pm

Lipophage algae ..from what I understand, is composed of blue/green algae.. but weight loss companies marketing it and including it within their  product won't tell you that. If you knew blue/green algae is the MAIN substance, why would you need them?  Just go out to the local GNC or other vitamin store and purchase your blue/green algae.   

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somethingelse, Community Member
4/ 7/11 2:35pm

I'd like an answer to the  question "how does lipophage algae effect the human body.

 

Why can't I get this answer.

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EmilMoonglow, Community Member
11/ 1/11 7:00pm

It's a GREAT question, and it SHOULD be answered, IF possible.. or, at least point poeple in the right direction to FIND the answer.

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By dejaoo7, Community Member— Last Modified: 05/10/14, First Published: 10/28/08