Bone strength and density
Promote healthy energy levels
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- Specific and proprietary form of yeast beta-glucan
Not all beta- glucans are the same. There are many subtle, but important differences in structure within the beta-glucan family that lead to large differences in function and potential health benefits. It’s important to note that when it comes to the immune health properties of yeast beta glucans, the source matters. Beta glucans extracted from the cell walls of baker’s yeast have a different molecular pattern from that of brewer’s yeast, which can influence the immune-modulating abilities of the final product. The specific source organism (e.g., strain of yeast) of a particular beta glucan makes all the difference in terms of safety, mechanism of action, and efficacy.
- Extracted from Bakers Yeast
Wellmune Bakers yeast 1,3/1,6 beta-glucan is a naturally occurring polysaccharide extracted from cell wall of bakers yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) and purified using a proprietary process that has been refined for over a decade.
- Extracted in Colombia
Wellmune Bakers yeast beta-glucan is a naturally occurring polysaccharide derived from cell wall of bakers yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
Why do we choose this brand
Proof of efficacy substantiated through strong research. Over 12 published, peer-reviewed clinical with outstanding results on efficacy and safety.
A patented, award winning global brand.
Safe to take daily.
A natural ingredient with broad regulatory approvals, globally. including GRAS status in the U.S. and novel food approval in Europe and China. Sold in 60 countries.
Wellmune supports immune function without over-stimulating the immune system. It is an immune modulator and not a immune stimulant.
Scientific understanding of Wellmune’s mechanism of action in the body of priming the neutrophils is well documented in published, peer-reviewed research.
The ingredient is characterised. Ingredient characterisation results in consistency in manufacturing, stability and efficacy, and shelf-life testing.
Broad Spectrum of protection and benefits.
- Heavy Metals
- Microbiological Contamination
- Gluten Free
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