Immune Health Basics Named 'Best Immunity' Dietary Supplement
News Mar 05, 2013
Immune Health Basics contains Wellmune WGP®, a natural beta 1,3/1,6 glucan from a proprietary strain of baker’s yeast. Numerous peer-reviewed human clinical studies consistently demonstrate the ability of Wellmune WGP to reduce the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection symptoms, particularly during periods of physical or lifestyle stress. In addition to improving overall well-being, Wellmune also enhanced vigor and mental clarity.
Delicious Living collected nominations for its 2013 Supplement Awards from its advisory board, experienced retailers, manufacturers and readers. It assessed ingredients, certifications, and the nominees’ uniqueness and vetted its short list with the magazine’s medical editor, Robert Rountree, MD.
“The recognition of Immune Health Basic’s safety and efficacy is gratifying,” said Richard Mueller, chief executive officer of Biothera, the manufacturer of Immune Health Basics and Wellmune WGP. “Backed by credible research and the highest standards of quality, Immune Health Basics is ideal for strengthening your immune health every day.”
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