A triple defense immunity formula that consists of potent antioxidants and an essential mineral that assists in supporting the body’s immune response.
Zinc 2.5 mg / ml
Vitamin C 200mg / ml
Glutathione 200mg / ml
Containing the powerful combination of zinc, vitamin c and glutathione, this antioxidant packed additive is formulated to improve immune defense and help combat infection, inflammation and free radicals. Vitamin c supports cellular function of both the innate and adaptive immune system. Zinc assists in the role of the development and function of the body’s immune process. Glutathione has protective properties that improve optimal functioning of the immune system.
Benefits:Tri-Immune Boost is a triple defense immunity formula that consists of potent antioxidants and an essential mineral that assists in supporting the body’s immune response.Glutathione is an amino acid and powerful antioxidant that Is essential to immune defense. It is required by the immune system for two important reasons: it protects host cells through its antioxidant mechanism and it provides optimal functioning of lymphocytes. Zinc Sulfate is an essential mineral that contributes to immune defense by its role in the development and function of many immune processes. Supplementing with this mineral may help combat infections and aid wound healing. Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C) is a strong antioxidant that contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system. This blend promotes wound healing and decreases inflammation. For additional benefits of Glutathione, Vitamin C and Zinc, please see individually.
Side Effects/Precautions: Glutathione is not recommended for use by individuals with asthma, due to the possibility of increasing its symptoms. There is not enough information on the impact of this medication on individuals who are pregnant or breastfeeding; therefore use is not advised. It is important to talk with your healthcare provider before starting to supplement glutathione to ensure it is the right solution for you. Glutathione may interact with some medications. It is always important to list any medications, supplements or herbal products you may be taking for your doctor.
The common adverse effect to watch out for is zinc toxicity. This may occur through an increased ingestion of zinc or a reduced excretion. Toxic levels of zinc in the human body is typically associated with a marked decrease in serum copper levels. Some of the clinical features that may arise as a result of zinc toxicity are hematemesis, hematuria, acute tubular necrosis, sideroblastic anemia, granulocytopenia, diarrhea, and myelodysplastic syndrome, among others.
Ascorbic acid is generally nontoxic. Adverse reactions that have been reported include flushing, headache, nausea/vomiting, and abdominal cramps. Diarrhea has resulted from oral dosages of more than 1 gram daily. Dizziness and faintness can result from rapid administration of IV ascorbic acid.