Monster Factory Labs - Guardian:
Help your immune system defend your body from pathogens.
Although moderate exercise can aid the immune system, intense training can actually compromise the immune system, which is why it is important to take measures to ensure you recover fully from your workouts.
The best offence is a good defence.
Supplementing your body with certain vitamins, minerals and other substances can improve immune response which is why we have carefully selected ingredients to give your immune system that added boost.
Vitamin C as Ascorbic acid has been shown to support a vast number of immune mechanisms in your body. A powerful anti oxidant and an essential nutrient for healthy immune system response.
Zinc helps keep the immune system strong. Affects how our immune system response to infection and can help keep inflammation under control
Vitamin E potent antioxidant helping the immune system fight infections.
Vitamin b6 vital to supporting biochemical reactions in the immune system
L-glutamine critical fuel source for immune cells. Can boost immune cell activity in the gut helping prevent infection and inflammation.
Beta Glucan 1,3/1,6 immune modulator changing your immune system to make it as efficient as possible. This fibre-like molecule works by activating every Immune System Cell in the body:
Echinacea Numerous studies have found that this plant may help your immune system combat infections and viruses,
Bromelain strengthens and improves functions of T cells, macrophages, natural killer cells and peripheral blood mononuclear cells of your immune system to be more effective
Astragalus root Some evidence shows that astragalus may increase your body's production of white blood cells, which are the cells of your immune system responsible for preventing illness
Carotenoid extract blend Carotenoids are beneficial antioxidants that can protect you from disease and enhance your immune system.
Papain is also an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. As such, it can neutralise excess free radicals that can build up and contribute to a number of chronic diseases