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ImmunPlex: Highest Quality Natural Whey

ImmunPlex? is an undenatured whey protein isolate that contains many proteins, peptides, and other key nutrients that promotes enhanced immune function and energy, comforts muscle and joints, and supports the elimination of toxic metals. It has lecithin, a useful compound that makes our whey protein mix easily with any drink. Natural vanilla flavoring is added to ImmunPlex to provide a palate pleasing nutritional drink that goes down easy.

ImmunPlex undenatured whey protein isolate does not contain any genetically modified ingredients or DNA and RNA derived from genetically modified organisms.

ImmunPlex? is a superior whey protein isolate with the highest levels of essential amino acids and immune boosting nutrients. The super nutrients found in ImmunPlex? include Provon 290 whey protein isolate with 51% Beta-lactoglobulin, 23% alpha-lactalbumin, 18% glycomacropeptides, 5% bovine serum albumin and immunoglobulins, and 2% lactoferrin.

Research Shows Immune Cells Benefit from Glutathione Undenatured whey protein promotes enhanced immune system activity and detoxification functions.

ImmunPlex? provides the nutrition needed to maintain an abundant supply of glutathione in the body, and effectively promote good health by enhancing immune activity.

ImmunPlex? utilizes an exclusive low-heat pasteurization process to guarantee a high quality, purified undenatured whey protein. This is important because any heat or change in pH can alter the proteins to make them less effective in producing glutathione.

ImmunPlex undenatured whey protein isolate contains no genetically modified ingredients or DNA and RNA derived from genetically modified organisms. The raw material is sourced from certified BSE-free American cows, and doesn't utilize any animal derivatives.

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Jeremy Maddock is the webmaster of Immune Wellness, your source for high quality information about vitamins and supplements.


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