Many people are concerned about staying healthy and maintaining a healthy immune system. Doing so can benefit your body and boost your defences against viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens. A KEY to not getting sick with any virus or illness is absolutely how you inspire and support your own IMMUNE SYSTEM and GUT FLORA
The Gut: Where Bacteria and Immune System Meet
By now, it’s a familiar fact: Humans have more bacterial cells—a lot more—than human cells. Bacteria live on the skin, in the nose and ears, and, most of all, in the gut.
Until recently, if most people thought about those bacteria at all, we tended to think of them as fairly separate from us. They help with digestion, but otherwise they stay on their side of the intestinal lining, and we stay on our side. But, in fact, there is a lot of interaction between the body’s immune system and bacteria in the gut. Researchers at Johns Hopkins are now in the early stages of figuring out how the composition of the gut changes in different diseases, how the body’s immune system interacts with these tiny hitchhikers and particularly how that relationship may function in disease.
“A huge proportion of your immune system is actually in your GI tract,” says Dan Peterson, assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “The immune system is inside your body, and the bacteria are outside your body.” And yet they interact. For example, certain cells in the lining of the gut spend their lives excreting massive quantities of antibodies into the gut. “That’s what we’re trying to understand—what are the types of antibodies being made, and how is the body trying to control the interaction between ourselves and bacteria on the outside?”
“Our immune system does attack cancer cells,” says Professor Tim Elliott, a Cancer Research UK-funded immunologist from the University of Southampton. “It’s recognising and destroying little cancers as they develop all the time. If we didn’t have an immune system, then we would be developing cancer a lot more often.” Feb 28, 2019
The added benefits of good nutrition during cancer treatment and serious illness is why we add Organic Sprouted Black Rice to our PPMAC Herbal Blend.
More importantly the Immune System 3 PPMAC Blend is more valued if taken as a preventative to Cancers, Gut disorders and serious illnesses, as they say… Prevention is Better than Cure…
Dosage: As a General Maintenance dose – 5g to 10g per day after a meal. To Fight Cancer and serious illness: – Serving – 10g to 20g per day after a meal (1 Tea/Spoon = approx 5g)
Each Bottle Contains 250 g.
- Plu Kow – 12.5g.
- Papaya Leaf – 3 7.5 g.
- Mangosteen rind – 25g.
- Amalaki – 25g.
- Cordyceps – 25g.
- Sprouted Black Rice – 125 g.