ImmunePro Rx Instructions

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ImmunePro Rx ~ What is the best solution to mix it in and why?

Purified or any good drinking water, milk, semi-liquid dairy product or dairy substitute is the best liquid to thoroughly mix ImmunePro Rx™. Use a sealable container to shake it or a manual eggbeater. Battery powered mixers are acceptable. Do not use an electric blender. The whey proteins are easily denatured through heat and pH change. Mixing the whey protein with any other types of food can induce a pH change and slow the transit time in the stomach through its digestive response to the solid food. Liquids that are not neutral in their pH can also denature the proteins, for example: most fruit juices, coffee, and tea. By following the above guide the uptake of the undenatured protein fractions in the upper small intestine is optimized. A small amount of non-acidic sweetener is acceptable if necessary for palatability.

Drink slowly and let it circulate in the mouth for several seconds (15+) before swallowing.

How much should one take and how often?

Servings can vary greatly for each individual. For many individuals it can be up to

5 grams to 10 grams, one, two, three or more times per day. If you are unaccustomed to this whey protein concentrate, and there’s a possibility you may be sensitive, we suggest that you begin with one measuring teaspoon (approx. 1.5 grams) or less per day AM. Ingest on an empty stomach and no food afterwards for 20 minutes. Ramping up slowly is advisable to avoid possible uncomfortable responses. It is acceptable to alternate days of use for sensitive individuals. You may want to consult with your health care professional regarding dosage.

Possible Whey Protein Reactions: Milk Allergies: People with this condition are aware of it. A specific allergy to milk proteins, pasteurized dairy is the most allergenic, can make dairy consumption a problem, If you can drink raw or pasteurized milk, but can not handle this whey protein, then the problem is elsewhere. True lactose intolerance presents itself as diarrhea and is rarely a problem. Lactose content is 0.3g per 5 grams. Well below the level for intolerance.

For sensitive individuals the use of a milk digestant that contains lactase and rennin can be helpful as well as a 7 days previous and concurrent use of a quality probiotic product.

Glutathione. This whey protein concentrate contains exceptional amounts of the precursors required for Glutathione production. This is one of the many reasons this product is effective.

The production of usable Glutathione in the cells has several actions. It may liberate years worth of stored cell waste products into the bloodstream. Additionally it is thought to help regulate dysfunction in several different immune cells that has made them ineffective at locating and killing pathogens.

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