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IMMUNEPLEX™

IMMUNEPLEX™

A Great support anytime and especially during the Flu Season.

Price: $28.00

Ingredients: Each 2 capsules contains

Vitamin A (beta carotene) 25000 IU
Lemon Bioflavinoid Comlex 200 mg.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 1000 mg.
Garlic, deodorized  150 mg.
Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopheryl succinate) 100 IU
Marine Lipids 1.29 mg.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) 10 mg.
Trace Mineral Complex 1.29 mg.
Magnezium (magnezium carbonate) 10 mg.
Coenzyme Q10 64.5 mcg.
Zinc (zinc sulfate) 100 mg. Pycnogenol 64.5 mcg
Selenium  100 mcg.
Copper (copper gluconate) 0.5 mg.

Size: 60

Boost your immune system for optimal function!

 

 

Immuneplex™ is a unique formulation with the purpose of aiding the immune system with essential vitamisns and minerals required for its proper function. In addtion, this essential combination of vitamins, minerals and herbs are antioxidant nutrients that can directly scavenge free radicals.

 

 

 

 

 

Free radical damage plays a part in many serious diseases:

  • Cancer
  • Various vascular disorders
  • AIDS
  • Genitourinary conditions
  • Coronary disease
  • Parkinson's
  • Alzheimer's

 

Boosting the Immune System for optimum functioning

 

Antioxidants

And their role in disease prevention

 

A free radical is defined as an atom or molecule that has one or more unpaired electron(s). It is this electron imbalance that

leads to high reactivity of the free radical. Free radical cause a change in our cell's molecules, which creates a reaction that

damages our tissues. Our body possesses a defense mechanism to protect itself against free radical damage. These

mechanisms consist of low molecular weight free radical scavengers (vitamin A, C, E and beta-carotene) and enzyme systems

(superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase). Normally these defense mechanisms can keep free radicals in

check and protect the body from oxidative damage. However, exposure to certain environmental pollutants such as smoke, air

or chemical pollutants, untreated drinking water, certain drugs, alcohol, solvents plus many others can make the free radicals

overwhelm the cellular defense mechanism.

Antioxidants

And their role in disease prevention

Cancer

Research data has shown that free radicals frequently have a role in the process of cancer initiation and promotion. Results

of cell and animal studies suggest that antioxidants alter cancer incidence and growth through their action as anticarcinogens,

quenching free radicals or reacting with their products. In cell culture studies, vitamin E and selenium inhibited transformation

of normal mouse embryo cells to cancerous cells following exposure to chemicals and radiation.

Coronary Heart Disease

A 14 year study of Finnish men and women, initially free from heart disease, showed that the risk of heart disease was 32%

lower for men and 65% lower for women in the highest tertile of vitamin E intake compared to the lowest tertile. Relative risk

of coronary heart disease mortality was 84% lower in women with vitamins

E, C and carotenoid intakes in the higher tertile. In the United States a study of subjects 67 to 105 years old with simultaneous

use of vitamin C and vitamin E decreased the risk of coronary heart disease mortality by 53%. In follow-up of a study of

87,245 female nurses, women who took vitamin E supplements for more than 2 years had a 41% lower relative risk of major

coronary disease.

Slowing of the Aging Process

One area of research on aging suggests that free radical damage to body cells leads to the pathological changes associated

with aging. Studies in Poland and Finland with elderly patients showed lipid peroxide levels in the blood decreased by as

much as 26% after supplementation with vitamins E, C and B6, selenium, beta-carotene and zinc for three months.

Alzheimer's Disease

In a study that evaluated daily antioxidant supplementation (vitamins A, B6, C and E, selenium and zinc) for one year in

geriatric patients in Denmark, blood flow measurements showed slight improvements in those who took antioxidants and

deterioration in those on placebo.

Cataract

Results from animal studies have shown that antioxidants are able to arrest and reverse cataract development to some extent,

suggesting that lipid peroxidation is involved in the process. In a comparison of self-reported intake of vitamin supplements by

175 subjects with cataracts and 175 individually matched cataract-free subjects, there was a 56% decrease in cataract risk in

subjects who took the vitamin supplements compared to those who did not.

Boosting the Immune System for optimum functioning

An Exclusive Product of Legere Pharmaceuticals


Each (2) IMMUNEPLEX tablets contain:

Vitamin C

Pyridoxine (B6)

Zinc (Sulfate)

Selenium

Vitamin E

1000 mg

10mg

100mg

100 mcg

100 IU

Magnesium Carbonate

Lemon Bioflavonoids

Copper (Gluconate)

Beta Carotene (Vitamin A)

Garlic (Deodorized)

40 mg

200 mg

50 mg

25,000 IU

150 mg

No Sugar, starch or artificial preservatives

In a base of Pycnogenols, Marine Lipids, Q10 and Trace Minerals


These statements have not been evaluated by the Drug and Food Administration. In keeping with government regulations we make no therapeutic or medical claims on our products.

 
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