Phospholipid Exchange Therapy (IV lipid infusion therapy/ PK protocol)

Phospholipid replacement therapy is an intravenous technique for delivering appropriate proportions of fats and oils in bioavailable form to replenish cell membranes and intracellular membranes. A technique that has been practiced for decades primarily in Eastern Europe, lipid infusion is a form of anti-aging medicine proven to combat cellular oxidation and oxygen radicals.

As we are aware, malfunctioning of the brain, nervous system and immune system can result in a wide variety of harmful chemicals that we are exposed to on a daily basis, from preservatives in food to prescription drugs and pesticides. may be caused by various factors. It destroys cell membranes and causes damage chaos in the body. Providing an abundance of clean oils helps replace the oils in the brain that contain these polluting toxins.

Phospholipid replacement therapy includes patients with a variety of conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, epilepsy, Lyme disease, chronic fatigue, autism, bipolar disorder, seizures, and cardiovascular disease. Have the ability to improve the outcome of patients in a wide range of disorders such as Alzheimer’s, ALS, Multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, epilepsy, Lyme disease, chronic fatigue, autism, bipolar disorder, seizures, cardiovascular disease, and many more.

In a recent study, results indicated significant and sustained clinical neurological improvement within the first few weeks after initiation of oral and intravenous treatment of the PK Protocol in a patient population of 300 subjects.

sourceThe PK – Membrane Stabilizing – Protocol For Neurological Disorders

Benefits of PK Protocol

Clinical experience has shown that phospholipid replacement therapy can be used for a wide variety of conditions and problems, with benefits including:

How it workS

Lipids serve as the foundation for all cells in our body. These lipids, including phospholipids, glycolipids and cholesterol, are essential for a variety of functions and necessary for maintaining good health. However, when exposed to external factors such as toxins, pathogens and various stressors, DNA, cell membranes and mitochondria can become incredibly dysfunctional. DNA, cell membranes, and mitochondria can become incredibly dysfunctional when exposed to stressful factors. This leads to the absorption of toxins, the accumulation of fatty lipid rafts and the dysfunction of the cells, incapable of self-repair and proper function. This dilemma is also known as neurotoxicity and fat imbalance in cell membranes, one of the causative factors of many neurodegenerative diseases.


Therefore, the process of phospholipid exchange therapy allows membranes to effectively eliminate accumulated toxins and restore the stability of membrane function.

A phospholipid exchange therapy/PK protocol involves intravenous infusion of three substances: phosphatidylcholine, glutathione, and folinic acid. Each of these occurs naturally in the body. Phospholipid replacement therapy procedures typically involve taking an equal volume of blood, mixing it with LipoStabil (phosphatidylcholine), then reinfusing in 3-5 minute bursts. In most cases, this is followed by an injection of glutathione diluted in an equal volume of sterile water. Precise procedures and techniques require medical training.

Let’s discuss each of these substances in a little more detail.Let’s discuss each of these substances in a little more detail: 

Phosphatidylcholine (PC) / LipoStabil

PC is particularly important for cellular activity in the liver, nervous system, cardiovascular system, immune system, and proper hormonal function. LipoStabil is an injectable drug containing 250mg of phosphatidylcholine, available in a 5ml ampoule.

With aging and disease, the PC content in membranes decreases. The cells are then unable to carry out their normal metabolic activities and eliminate toxins. Intravenously administered PC is incorporated into cell membranes and restores lipid balance. This improves cellular function, energy and detoxification.


The glutathione molecule is the major antioxidant found in all cells and underlies the major detoxification pathways in the liver as it is the primary site of glutathione synthesis. It then binds with foreign substances and toxins and is excreted from the body. Glutathione stores in the liver can be depleted by environmental toxins, metals, infections, and drugs. can support the process.

Leucovorin / Folinic Acid

Leucovorin is the alternate call for folinic acid, a shape of the B-diet folic acid. It is vital withinside the metabolism of amino acids (the constructing blocks of protein), and withinside the synthesis and replication of genetic molecules.

Leucovorin is protected withinside the lipid trade to reinforce the metabolic pathways that cells use to remove toxins.


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