New Immune Support Booster Sale - All Natural Ingredients
By Always Be Healthy From United States
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Using 5,000 years of herbal traditions with ultra modern technology, Always Be Healthy has developed the most effective immune booster on the market today.
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A propriety blend of: Astragalus, Black Elderberry, N-acetyl Cysteine (NAC), Ellagic Acid (Pomegranate), Green Tea, Red Yeast Rice, Tumeric/Curcumin, CoQ10, Zinc, Vitamin D3, Zinc, Rice Flour
Traditional Chinese medicine has used astragalus as a remedy for weakness, edema, respiratory infections, diabetes, night sweats, diarrhea, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Medical journals suggest the herb stimulates the immune system and the body's ability to resist and combat various diseases. Astragalus may also inhibit the spread and growth of cancer cells.
In the United States, astragalus has been the subject of much study in recent years. Studies at the University of Houston have shown that astragalus may help improve immunity function in cancer patients by increasing T-cell counts. Other testing, including research by the National Cancer Institute, continues to explore further possible medical benefits of astragalus, including the treatment of AIDS.
There are many reported benefits of elderberries. They fight cold and flu symptoms, support heart health and fight inflammation and infections, among other benefits.
One study of people with influenza found that those who took elderberry improved in two to four days, while the control group took seven to eight days to improve.
Another study found that taking elderberry extract for two days resulted in significant improvement in flu symptoms, including fever, headache, muscle aches and nasal congestion, after just 24 hours.
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) is a source of essential amino acid L-cysteine, a precursor to the super antioxidant glutathione. NAC supports the body’s antioxidant and detoxification activity. NAC also helps to break down excess mucus, and acts as a protective shield during cold and flu season.
Ellagic acid (EA) is a naturally occurring polyphenol found in some fruits and nuts, including berries, pomegranates, grapes, and walnuts. EA has been investigated extensively because of its antiproliferative action in some cancers, along with its anti-inflammatory effects. A growing body of evidence suggests that the intake of EA is effective in attenuating obesity and ameliorating obesity-mediated metabolic complications, such as insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, and atherosclerosis. In this review, we summarize how intake of EA regulates lipid metabolism in vitro and in vivo, and delineate the potential mechanisms of action of EA on obesity-mediated metabolic complications. We also discuss EA as an epigenetic effector, as well as a modulator of the gut microbiome, suggesting that EA may exert a broader spectrum of health benefits than has been demonstrated to date. Therefore, this review aims to suggest the potential metabolic benefits of consumption of EA-containing fruits and nuts against obesity-associated health conditions.
Polyphenols, potent plant antioxidants, are what's believed to give green tea its immune-boosting effects. One laboratory study suggested that a particular type of polyphenols called catechins may kill influenza viruses. To maximize benefits and minimize bitterness, use just-below-boiling water and steep green tea no more than a minute or two. A little lemon and honey can also help blunt the bitterness. But don't add milk, because the proteins will bind to the polyphenols, making them ineffective.
Curcumin (diferuloylmethane) is an orange-yellow component of turmeric (Curcuma longa), a spice often found in curry powder. Traditionally known for its an antiinflammatory effects, curcumin has been shown in the last two decades to be a potent immunomodulatory agent that can modulate the activation of T cells, B cells, macrophages, neutrophils, natural killer cells, and dendritic cells. Curcumin can also downregulate the expression of various proinflammatory cytokines including TNF, IL-1, IL-2, IL-6, IL-8, IL-12, and chemokines, most likely through inactivation of the transcription factor NF-kappaB. Interestingly, however, curcumin at low doses can also enhance antibody responses. This suggests that curcumin's reported beneficial effects in arthritis, allergy, asthma, atherosclerosis, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, and cancer might be due in part to its ability to modulate the immune system. Together, these findings warrant further consideration of curcumin as a therapy for immune disorders.
Red Rice Yeast is made by fermenting a type of yeast called Monascus purpureus over red rice and beneficial for your cardiovascular health. CoQ10 is also known for its cardiovascular benefits. Red Yeast Rice supports the cardiovascular system and boosts immune health. Red Rice pills contain unsaturated fatty acids, isoflavones, and phytosterols that help in regulating cholesterol levels and promoting cardiovascular health. Red Yeast Rice may also improve digestion as a byproduct of its ability to regulate cholesterol level. Improved circulation through this supplement also helps supports immunity by allowing the distribution of nutrients in the body.
Zinc, it turns out, has a lot of different functions in the body. Zinc is best known as an immune booster (more on that later), but zinc can also help with digestion and help regulate hormone production. In fact, Shapiro says its role in balancing our hormones means that it’s important for fertility and diabetes (as in, if you don’t get enough, it can cause infertility or diabetes). But on top of that, zinc also helps with muscle growth and repair, helps to prevent aging (since it functions like an antioxidant in the body), and also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help prevent certain diseases.
Although zinc has many different functions in the body, the characteristics of immunity malfunction as we age are similar to those of zinc deficiency, implying that diminishing zinc could be a major factor in the age-associated decline of immune function. Zinc is essential for DNA synthesis and cell proliferation, and for this reason, highly proliferating cells, like immune cells, are dependent on an adequate supply of zinc. Growth or function of different types of immune cells, like macrophages, neutrophils, natural killer cells, T cells, and B cells is impaired by zinc deficiency.
In addition to its role in the immune system, zinc also reduces oxidative stress, plays a structural role by stabilizing proteins, regulates the expression of many genes, and drives hundreds of chemical reactions in the body. Zinc also is required for neurotransmitter release in the brain and insulin packaging and secretion.