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Beta glucan
Beta glucan
How to strengthen your immune system?
Body resistance is one of the main requirements for good health. However, the modern way of life often makes it difficult to preserve the resilience of the immune system. Beta-glucan is a long-chain polysaccharide naturally found in the cell membranes of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), oats, barley and many edible mushrooms. The beneficial effect of this molecule on the immune system was noted at the very beginnings of its research (in the 1940s). This compound naturally and safely stimulates key components of the immune system.

Beta-glucan gives new hope to all those who deal with consequences of a weakened immune system, including chronic fatigue, viral syndromes (common cold, influenza, HPV etc.), bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections, tumors, or any other immunological problems.

Beta-glucan is a completely natural and very effective compound without any known side-effects.

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