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Have you heard of Probiotics?
Try Symbiotics! Symbiotics nurtures your body from the inside out.

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Immune System

Every day environmental factors, such as lack of sleep, stress from work or school, intense workouts and ageing may weaken the immune system. When the immune system is challenged and slides out of balance, it becomes vulnerable. On the other side of the immune health scale, an overactive immune defense system can also create imbalances.

In either case, balancing your immune system NATURALLY is important to help maintain optimal function.

Symbiotics® is a family of natural products designed to help support the normal immune and digestive health systems, for vitality and overall wellness for people of all ages.*

The main ingredient of Symbiotics is colostrum, which contains compounds and proteins known to support digestive health, the immune system and lean body mass following strenuous physical exercise.*

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What do Grandma’s Chicken Soup and Symbiotics colostrum have in common?

Well, it looks like grandma was right all along and chicken soup is good for you! Studies show that three classes of Immunoglobulins, IgA, IgM, and IgG, are present in chicken serum*. These components positively affect the body’s immune system.*

Symbiotics colostrum components include the same three types of Immunoglobulins found in chicken soup PLUS immune factors identified as IgD, IgE, Lactoferrin, Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs) , PLUS naturally occurring growth factors and nutritional components*. Colostrum can be effective by itself in supporting a healthy immune response, enhancing GI Tract Health, improving athletic performance and increasing lean body mass following strenuous physical exercise.* Combine colostrum and a chaser of Grandma’s Chicken Soup – that’s a recipe for good eating and even better health!

*Source: Quantification and Distribution of Chicken Immunoglobulins IgA, IgM and IgG in Serum and Secretions. Anne-Marie Leabacq-Verheyden, J.-P. Vaerman and J.F. Heremans. Department of Experimental Medicine, University of Louvain, B-1200 Brussels, Belgium.
** Source: Peptide Immunotherapy. Naturade 2012
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