Functions of Proboost in the body
- Supports thymus activity and proper immune system function
- Positively affects longevity and quality of life
- Helps increase white blood cell counts – crucial for maintaining health
- Increases T cell (helper cell) levels – critical to assisting the immune system to respond quickly and effectively
- Induces apoptosis (cell death) – vital defense mechanism against aberrant cells
- Has the capability of being both a stimulant and a down-regulating agent, depending on the body’s requirements.
The thymus gland is central to the development and correct functioning of the immune system – the T cells it produces are potent protectors of our health. As early as our mid-twenties thymus gland function begins to decrease, and by the time we reach age fifty, the thymus gland has almost but disappeared, leaving us incapable of producing appropriate levels of the vital thymic protein, contained in Proboost® Thymic Protein A, which is needed by the immune system for correct immune response. Proboost® Thymic Protein A, is a tremendously effective immune system regulatory protein that has the capability of being both a stimulant and a down-regulating agent, depending on the body’s requirements.
The active and central ingredient found in Proboost® is Thymic Protein A, a vital, potent and necessary protein, naturally produced by the thymus gland, that supports thymus activity by increasing the production of T4 (helper white cells), lymphocytes, which support and enhancing immune system function.
The developer, Dr Terry Beardsley, holds a patent for the unique technology of growing thymus cells in a laboratory and then purifying them, this being one of the keys to enhanced proper immune system function.
This product is Non GMO
The maltodextrin used in this product is extracted from GMO free corn.
Ingredients per serving:
Freeze-dried Thymic Protein A powder
(12 trillion active molecules) 4mcg in a maltodextrin base with a shelf life of two years.
As a dietary supplement, empty one packet directly under tongue and allow to completely dissolve (approximately 3 minutes) before swallowing. Proboost can be taken either daily or every other day.
Between one and three packets can be taken as often as every 4 hours, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner
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