ImmunityMax by Performax Labs
ImmunityMax by Performax Labs
Want to supercharge your immune system? Take your immunity to the max with ImmunityMax by Performax Labs.
ImmunityMax has a solid ingredient profile that includes the staples like Zinc, Vitamin C, and Vitamin D3. It also has NAC, Black Elderberry and Echinacea Root to give you the that extra needed boost.
The formulators at Performax spent some good quality time researching and adding in an Antioxidant Immune Support Blend with over 28 ingredients! Ingredients like Oregano Concentrate, Turmeric Concentrate and Blackcurrant Extract amongst many more.
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Vitamin C: This vitamin is involved in the creation of collagen, carnitine as well as dopamine and serotonin. It is also an antioxidant which aids in reducing the effects of free radicals and oxidative stress. Vitamin C research has shown that one dose may help in protecting against oxidative stress in the lungs. Moving up in dosages to 500-2000mg/day has shown that vitamin C may reduce the severity of respiratory symptoms of the common cold after short term physical stress.
Zinc: This ingredient is required to activate lymphocytes/T-cells that can aid in controlling and regulating immune responses. They are also go after malignant cells. Studies on Zinc have shown when adults supplemented with 9-24mg of zinc that it may aid in reducing the length of symptom time of the common cold.
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC):An amino acid that is a primary building block in the synthesis of glutathione. Glutathione is a very powerful antioxidant in regards to immune health. Keeping a high level of glutathione is crucial to the health of the immune system as well as the respiratory and liver. The support of Glutathione production may assist in reducing the severity and frequency of wheezing, coughing and respiratory attacks.
Antioxidant Immune Support Spectra Total ORAC Blend: Plant Based, scientifically validated formula of 29 fruits, vegetables and hers shown to inhibit free radical production and optimize cellular metabolic activity within the body. 5 major types of free radicals are within the human body and this blend goes after all 5.
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