Immunity Assist total

Immunity Assist total

Integratore alimentare di Cordyceps sinensis micelio, Betaglucani estratti dai funghi ed estratto di Thè verde.


Proprietà:

Ricco in polisaccaridi immunomodulanti estratti da varie specie di funghi alimentari, Immunity-assist total risulta utile per sostenere e modulare il sistema immunitario di adulti e bambini. Grazie alla presenza di Epigallocatechin gallato (EGCG), una componente polifenolica con azione antiossidante e antivirale, Immunity-assist total può essere utilizzato per favorire le naturali difese dell'organismo e soprattutto per supportare l’organismo in caso di infezioni microbiche e virali, rivelandosi utile in qualsiasi situazione in cui il sistema immunitario sia in qualche modo indebolito.


Ingredienti:

  • Cordyceps sinensis micelio
  • EGCG estratto di Thè verde
  • Miscela di Betaglucani estratti da:
    • Agaricus Blazei
    • Cordyceps sinensis
    • Ganoderma lucidum
    • Grifola frondosa
    • Lentinula edodes

 


Modalità d’uso:

una capsula 2 volte al giorno con abbondante acqua


Confezione:

70 capsule acido-resistenti DRcapsTM


Note:

conservare in luogo fresco e asciutto


inserito nel registro degli integratori: codice 49911


Codice EAN: A924519681


tenore ingredienti caratterizzanti per dose giornaliera (2 capsule)
Cordyceps sinensis micelio 640 mg
EGCG da Thè verde 128 mg
betaglucani estratti da
Agaricus blazei 102 mg
Cordyceps sinensis 102 mg
Ganoderma lucidum 102 mg
Grifola frondosa 102 mg
Lentinula edodes 102 mg

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