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Beta Glucan: Train Your Immune System

Geller, A., & Yan, J. (2020) article, Could the induction of trained immunity by β-glucan serve as a defense against COVID-19? shines an exciting light on the potential role for β-glucan in decreasing worldwide morbidity and mortality due to COVID-19, and posit several ideas on how to training our innate immune system with β-glucan may accomplish this.

TRIM is an acronym for Trained Immunity, where innate immune cells, like macrophages, neutrophils and dendritic cells, undergo metabolic, mitochondrial, and epigenetic reprogramming following exposure to an initial stimulus, like the β-glucan, that results in a memory phenotype of enhanced immune responses when exposed to a secondary, heterologous, stimulus, like the Corona virus.  

We've known that our Beta Glucan Formula can protect us from developing heart disease, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, leaky gut, and now we are seeing how, in the referenced  paper below, it can train our front line immune system (the innate immune system to be more able to inhibit tumor growth in the body


Suggested use: one heaping tablespoon daily in a large glass of water.


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