Eels (Monobterus albus) possess substances, best for rejuvenating the body. Experts have found out that eel contains vitamins A, B1, B2, D and E, which are effective agents for the body’s wellbeing.
Eels are also abundant with unsaturated fatty acids like Palmitoleic acid, Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Eiconsapentaenoic acid (EPA).
According to medical research, eel has been shown in certain studies to significantly reduced the chances of the development of type 2 diabetes among certain groups. Because of eel’s high omega 3 content, a high intake of eel may delay the development of diabetes in glucose intolerant individuals.
It is also safe for individuals with type 2 diabetes and can help ease cardiovascular disease risk factors such as high triglyceride levels.
Today it has been made as all-natural food supplement in powdered form and whose health benefits are known and accepted in Japan and some parts of Europe.
As food supplement, it has been specifically developed for elderly people who wanted to live with renewed strength, vitality and energy.
The powdered form of eel, is made up of the skin, flesh and bones capsulated to make it more concentrated, thus ensuring that every bit of vitamins and minerals is optimized.