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Fortify Your Immune Defenses1
Immunizen® is a proprietary blend of immune boosting ingredients. It contains arabinogalactan, colostrum, and lactoferrin to help support a healthy immune system. Immunizen® supports the body's immune cells in digesting foreign material, promotes "friendly" intestinal bacteria while helping protect the body with antioxidants, and helps the body make better use of iron.
Immunizen® combines the positive immune modulating effects of colostrum, arabinogalactans, yeast betaglucans, and lactoferrin to boost your body's natural defenses to foreign antigens. Colostrum is composed of immunoglobulins that bolster the body's immune system by providing immunity against various pathogens.
Beta-glucans are generally derived from the cell walls of the yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Beta-glucans are potent immuno-modulating agents that prime both the innate and adaptive immune systems.1
Take two capsules daily with water one to two hours before a meal.
Immunizen® is well tolerated. As with any dietary supplement, some gastrointestinal discomfort may be experienced.
Available in capsules.
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Chan GCF, Chan WK, Sze DMY. The effects of β-glucan on human immune and cancer cells. J Hematol Oncol. 2009;2:25.
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