How Does It Work?
~ Immune Activator: Beta-1,3-D Glucan works by activating the macrophages or immune cells, which trap and engulf foreign substances, similar to the way a "Pac Man" works in the popular game. Researchers find that the activated cells start a cascade effect in which the the entire immune system may be strengthened, alerted and mobilized. The result is an amplified immune system response until the "invaders" are defeated.
~ Anti-Oxidant: Beta-1,3-D Glucan is a powerful free radical scavenger.
~ Electro-Magnetic Radio-Active Protective Effect: Beta-1,3-D Glucan activated macrophages were able to scavenge debris and cellular breakdown caused by radiation. In today's world it is impossible to avoid some forms of radiation, such as:
High Tension Power Lines
Proximity to Nuclear Facilities
UV Rays from the Sun
~ Tissue Regeneration and Repair: Beta-1,3-D Glucan helps speed up the recovery of damaged tissue.
~ Adjuvant Effect: Beta-1,3-D Glucan helps other substances like antibiotics, antifungal's and antiparasitic's to work better.
~ Anti-Neoplastic Effect: Beta-1,3-D Glucan has been demonstrated to make the macrophages recognize and destroy mutated cells.
History of Beta-1,3-D Glucan
In the 1940's research yielded a substance that had immune activating properties called Zymosan. It was not known until the 1960's which element caused the response, when Nicholas DiLuzio at Tulane University experimented with Beta-1,3-D Glucan. In the 1970's, testing with Beta-1,3-D Glucan in humans began. By the 1980's, Harvard University was describing this remarkable substance as an immune enhancing agent, actually helping trigger the body to use its own natural "arsenal of defenses."
History & Sciences
In a study conducted by Dr. Peter Mansell of Baylor University, Beta 1-3-D Glucan from yeast was injected under skin nodules of malignant melanoma. Subsequent biopsies of these sites demonstrated no evidence of the melanoma, but rather a collection of activated macrophages (types of white blood cells).
Clinical trials continue to demonstrate the ability of Beta 1,3 D Glucan and the scientific potential in addressing a myriad of conditions ranging from severe malignancies to serious bacterial and viral infections. This safe, natural supplement has also been found to help individuals who have been exposed to excessive radiation and/or UV rays. Research reports continue to point to an augmenting effect that Beta 1,3 D Glucan provides when used in conjunction with antibiotic and antiviral treatments.
Can I take Beta-1,3-Glucan if I am allergic to yeast?
Although derived from a bakers yeast, Beta-1,3-Glucan is a pure isolate and does not contain any yeast proteins that would cause an allergic reaction.
Is Beta-1,3-Glucan safe?
Beta-1,3-Glucan is completely safe and non-toxic.
Are there any drug reactions that occur with Beta-1,3-Glucan?
Beta-1,3-Glucan enhances the effects of many antibiotic and cholesterol reducing drugs. There are no known adverse effects with pharmacological drugs.
Are the effects of Beta-1,3-Glucan backed by scientific research?
Numerous scientific studies originating from prestigious institutions such as Tulane University and Harvard Medical School, attest to the immune activating and protective effects of Beta-1,3-Glucan.
This product and the statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food & drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult a health care professional before using this or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical problem
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