IMMUNE SUPPORT DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS: WHAT SHOULD I TAKE?

August 11, 2020

THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HERE ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CONSUMERS AS A MEANS TO CURE, TREAT, PREVENT, DIAGNOSE, OR MITIGATE ANY DISEASE OR MEDICAL CONDITION. IF YOU HAVE SHORTNESS OF BREATH OR HAVE OTHER SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH A VIRAL INFECTION, SEEK THE HELP OF A HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONER.

We are excited to announce our new Immune support dietary supplement, ImmunoVGGR™.

In a time like this where we are at risk for having a weakened immune system we need to be proactive and do what we can to have a strong, robust immunity.

From the looks of it, our bodies will have exposure to one type of virus or another and it is our job to prepare and take action.

As we’ve written about in prior emails and blog posts, there is no substitute for eating clean, exercise, and sleeping well to keep your immune “soldiers’ strong and ready to fight.

Numerous vitamins and botanicals complement a healthy immune support lifestyle.

Along with Vitamin D, Vitamin C, zinc, and selenium there are some great botanicals that have been used for hundreds of years to fend off viruses and keep healthy during the Fall and Winter season.

ImmunoVGGR™ immune-supporting botanicals include Andrographis, Astragulus, Echinacea, Arabinogalactan from Larch tree, Elderberry, medicinal mushrooms, and green tea extract.

ImmunoVGGR™ is an additional formula to our already robust family of immune-supporting family of dietary supplements.

ImmunoPCTN
GDtoxSel
AHCC
ImmunoProtein
ImmunoVGGR

WHAT SHOULD I TAKE?

What to take depends on your health scenario: Do you get colds and flu easily? Or are you the type that never gets sick? Are you trying to keep your immune system strong while fighting aberrant prostate cells?

Despite the scenario you fall in, taking a vitamin D supplement might be a good idea for immune and overall health. Talk to your healthcare practitioner for further guidance on testing for vitamin D and advice on it.

SCENARIO #1:  “I can only take one thing for general immune support”

RECOMMENDATION:
ImmunoVGGR – 2 pills two times a day

SCENARIO #2:  “I generally have a good immune system, and good health and DO NOT have prostate problems”

RECOMMENDATION:
OmegAvail Ultra* – 1 to two pills two times a day
ImmunoVGGR – 2 pills two times a day
GDtoxSel – 3 pills a day

SCENARIO #3:  “I am older, want to fully protect myself from virus and DO NOT have prostate problems”

RECOMMENDATION:
ImmunoVGGR – 2 pills two times a day
GDtoxSel – 3 pills a day
AHCC – 1 to 2 pills two times a day

SCENARIO #4:  “I get sick every flu season year and DO NOT have prostate problems”

RECOMMENDATION:
ImmunoVGGR – 2 pills two times a day
GDtoxSel – 3 pills a day
AHCC – 1 to 2 pills two times a day

SCENARIO #5:  “I want a stronger immune system and had unhealthy prostate cells”

RECOMMENDATION:
ImmunoVGGR – 2 pills two times a day
GDtoxSel – 3 pills a day
ImmunoPCTN – 3 pills two times a day

SCENARIO #6:  “I want viral protection and have unhealthy prostate cells”

RECOMMENDATION:
ImmunoVGGR – 2 pills two times a day
GDtoxSel – 3 pills a day
AHCC – 2 pills two times a day
ImmunoPCTN – 3 pills two times a day

HOW SHOULD I TAKE IMMUNOPROTEIN?

ImmunoProtein serves as a plant-based protein powder with a fine blend of immune-supporting mushrooms. It should be taken as a meal replacement mixed in fluid or smoothie.

ARE THERE INGREDIENTS FOUND IN MULTIPLE FORMULAS?

Some ingredients are in multiple products. For example, you will find a medicinal mushroom, of one kind or another in at least three products. That is intentional. Dr. Geo believes mushrooms are critical for good immunity and offer little to no adverse effects when taken in higher amounts.

Here’s a chart of ingredients in each of our immune support formulas.

*OmegAvail Ultra contains fish oil, omega-3 -EPA and DHA plus vitamin D3. Omega-3 fatty acids have many benefits, one important one is keeping inflammation low.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Seek medical help if your breathing is compromised or if you experience shortness of breath. Dietary supplements, exercise and clean eating can help keep your immune system strong but medical attention may still be required during extreme circumstances.

Stay up-to-date with the latest information on viral epidemics and pandemics from the following websites: Center for Disease Control (CDC), The World Health Organization (WHO).

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