Del-Immune V, made from a potent strain of live probiotic, or "friendly" bacteria, provides immediate immune system support and helps the body defend itself from environmental invaders and other health issues.
Del-Immune V, called a "lysate," is made by breaking open cells of the probiotic strain Lactobacillus rhamnosus DV. When these tiny cells are opened, complex cell components become available to the digestive system. These complex cell parts are clinically proven to support an immediate immune response without side-effects. Del-Immune V is free of wheat and dairy products.
Recommended by physicians and health care practitioners in 12 countries, Del-Immune V is also used by those who want immune support for seasonal colds and flu, lethargy, or are dealing with other immune challenges.
The immune system is the body's protection mechanism that helps the body defend itself from germs, infectious agents and other foreign substances in the environment. This mechanism encompasses many layers of defense, including physical barriers such as the skin, protective chemical substances in the blood and tissues, and the physiological reactions of tissues to injury or infection.
Comprised of many different parts that work together, the immune system sometimes has one part that may fail. Failure or a slow response can allow an infection like the flu to get started.
The effects of Del-Immune V on the body
Basically, Del-immune V supports the immune system as it fights against infectious and foreign invaders.
Proteins and other components important to supporting the immune system are manufactured within the healthy lactobacillus cells used to make Del-Immune V. But these important proteins, complex sugars and other structures exist on the inside of the cell so they are not visible to the immune system.
When the cell walls are fractured, the immune-activating proteins are available to do their job. This fracturing process is called "lysing." Original Russian research conducted in the 1980s demonstrated the proteins and other components in the cell wall support an important switch in our immune system.
This switch is called a cytokine, which is more specifically identified as IFN a. This cytokine acts as a messenger to Interleukin I and VI. These are like "superhighways" into the immune system, and they maintain essential T cells, B cells, NK cells and other systems. These are important white cells that protect against or eliminate infections. Interleukin I maintains internal bodily systems that are wet (i.e. lungs, throat, nose, kidneys). Interleukin VI supports healthy inflammation response and helps in supporting healthy bones.
Available in 100 capsules.
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