InflammaCore Banana Creme Anti-Inflammatory Health Supplement

InflammaCore Banana Creme Anti-Inflammatory Health Supplement
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Inflamma Core Banana Creme - A Natural Health Supplement for Inflammation, Immune System Health and GI Support

Inflammation is a natural part of the body's immune response, a cascade triggered to protect the body and maintain normal tissue repair. Because inflammation plays a role in so many health challenges, it is essential to support and maintain a healthy cycle of inflammation to achieve optimal health.

InflammaCORE Banana Creme is an advanced nutritional supplement formula designed to address immune challenges, maintain a healthy inflammatory response and strengthen the function of the gastrointestinal system. It represents an innovative, multidimensional approach to providing powerful phytonutrients that support proper inflammatory control and overall gastrointestinal health. InflammaCORE Banana Creme is an all-natural, fructose-free formula featuring 19 g of easy-to-digest organic brown rice protein and 4 g of flax-based fiber per serving. In addition, InflammaCORE provides high amounts of L-glutamine and glycine, amino acids crucial for intestinal reinforcement and mucosal cell regeneration. Available in an all-natural delicious banana creme flavor.

Suggested Use: Mix 2 scoops 50.5 grams with water or the beverage of your choice once daily, or as recommended by your health care professional.

Benefits of Natural Anti-Inflammatory Supplements for Immune, Gastointestinal and Cardiovascular Health

Acute inflammation is the body's initial response to harmful stimuli in which plasma and immune cells are relocated from the blood into injured tissues. This movement is followed by a cascade of biochemical events which advance the normal inflammatory response. When inflammation is prolonged, it leads to a progressive shift in the type of cells present at the site of inflammation and is characterized by simultaneous destruction and healing of the tissue from the inflammatory process. Because inflammation plays a role in so many health challenges, it is essential to support and maintain a healthy cycle of inflammation to achieve optimal health.

Natural Anti-Inflammatory Micronutrients of InflammaCORE - Turmeric Curcumin

Turmeric Curcumin is the active compound present in and extracted from turmeric. Curcumin has numerous natural healing properties especially its ability to help lower inflammation in the body. Curcumin is an orange colored spice that has been used for millenia in cooking and natural medicine. Curcumin has been known to exhibit strong NFkB modulating properties and plays important part in maintaining a healthy inflammatory response in the body. Scientific studies on curcumin have shown it supports proper inflammatory balance in the most significant gastrointestinal health challenges. [1,2] Curcumin has been found to both promote GI mucosal health and help reduce stomach lining discomfort.[3] It provides antioxidant protection in the cardiovascular system.[4] Curcumin has also been studied for its ability to improve adrenal fatigue and mood imbalances, by supporting a normal immune response, reducing oxidative stress and intestinal hyper-permeability.[5]

Natural Antioxidant Nutrients of InflammaCORE - Green Tea Extract EGCg

Green Tea Extract EGCg Green tea has been used as a health tonic for centuries because it is a potent antioxidant and may be effective for maintaining healthy levels of inflammation. Its most researched active component, EGCg, has been repeatedly shown to protect against free radical damage and balance markers of inflammation. EGCg has been found to block NFkB activity and supports cardiovascular health by interfering with free radical generation in macrophages.[6] In studies, green tea has been shown to reduce histamineproducing cells[7] and support inflammatory balance. It has also been shown to inhibit key enzyme pathways involved in inflammation which play a key role in joint health.[8]

Immune Health and Gastrointestinal Support of InflammaCORE - Larch Arabinogalactan

Larch arabinogalactan is a type of natural fermentable polysaccharide fiber derived from the Larch tree. Arabonogalactans from the Larch tree have been studied for their ability to support healthy immunity by supporting the growth of beneficial gut flora and strengthening the activity of NK cells.[9] It has been found to minimize ammonia synthesis and absorption, enhance production of short chain fatty acids and increase the population of beneficial gut microflora. In one placebo-controlled, doubleblind, randomized trial, arbinogalactan was found to boost immune activity and support upper respiratory health.[10]

InflammaCore Banana Creme - Other Natural Anti-Inflammatory Ingredients 

Skullcap Root Extract This popular Chinese botanical has been studied for its ability support cardiovascular health by maintaining markers of inflammation.[11] In addition, skullcap root extract contains potent antioxidant properties. Research has shown it attenuates NFkB and inhibits COX-2 expression.[13] It also supports healthy respiratory function by protecting airways and protecting mitochondrial function.[12]

Quercetin A flavonoid found in a variety of botanicals, vegetable and fruits, quercetin is a potent antioxidant that inhibits inducible ICAM-1 expression, an important pathway for maintaining healthy levels of inflammation.[13] It has also been shown to enhance epithelial barrier function in the intestines[14] by stabilizing mast cells through the release of cell protective factors. Quercetin has been shown to promote the balanced release of inflammatory mediators from mast cell.[15]

Glutamine and Glycine Amino acids L-glutamine and glycine are essential for healthy gut mucosa and normal tissue repair. Numerous studies have shown these amino acids to be soothing to the GI lining.[16] The amino acid L-glutamine have been associated with better immune response, stronger intestinal wall lining and higher antioxidant capacity.[17] Recent research also highlights the synergistic role between these amino acids and healthy balance of probiotic bacteria in the GI tract.[18]

Vitamin D One of the key functions of vitamin D is its ability to tighten gap junctions in the intestinal lining creating a strong effective barrier that protects the body. Recent research suggests that improving vitamin D status significantly affects the expression of genetic pathways linked to immune activity.[19] Vitamin D up-regulates specific genes that increase cellular production of natural compounds that protect us against pathogens.[20] Higher blood levels of vitamin D have been shown to enhance immune function and soothe tissues of the GI tract.[21] Directions Mix 2 scoops (50.5 grams) of InflammaCORE with water or the beverage of your choice, once daily or as recommended by your health care professional. Free from gluten, yeast, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives

Do not use this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician for further information.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. Consult a physician before taking. Should you experience any serious physical side effects from taking these nutritional supplements, discontinue and call your doctor immediately.



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