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Taurox SB: A Balanced Immune System Leads to Increased Energy


Taurox is an excellent way to find true and healthy energy; a new, highly effective formula that boosts your vitality by strengthening and balancing your immune system.

Taurox is a homeopathic formulation, composed of the amino acids taurine and beta-alanine, which helps balance the immune system's cytokine activity. Cytokines are chemical messages which are released by immune cells and stimulate energy and immune system function. Taurox works along with the unique chemistry of immune cells to help balance cytokine levels, and promote healthy immune activity.

Homeopathic Research Trials
In March of 2001, 39 volunteers completed the first homeopathic proving trial for Taurox. The study was conducted by David Riley, M.D., associate clinical professor at the University of New Mexico Medical School. In this double-blind trial, 92% of the patients given Taurox reported significant physiological effects such as increased energy, versus a 26% response of the patients given a placebo.

In a series of case studies presented at the First International Conference on Whole Person Healing, (Bethesda, MD, March 28, 2003). The average improvement in energy levels among all of the case study participants taking Taurox (n-16) was a very impressive 52%. With all but one of the participants experiencing a significant reduction in fatigue, the average fatigue score dropped from 65 to 33 points.

Taurox has also proven instrumental in the reduction of allergies, appetite abnormalities, digestive problems, headaches, coughs and colds, muscle aches, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

Please click here for more information about Taurox SB.

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


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