Arc Immune is an immune system supplement designed to help the body vigilantly maintain immune surveillance while supporting the clearance of foreign pathogens. We’ve combined Agarikon Mushroom with Lactoferrin and a balanced ratio of Zinc and Copper to help keep your immune system functioning at its best. Finally, Arc Immune also contains a new trademarked blend of E. coli-targeting bacteriophages called, PreforPro® - which acts as a prebiotic while eliminating bad bacteria from the gut.
WHY WOULD I TAKE IT?
Sometimes you just don’t know what kind of environment you’re really walking into. Whether it’s traveling abroad or just being somewhere in a large gathering of people, these scenarios can unsuspectingly subject us to potential exposure to foreign pathogens. Arc Immune seeks to keep your body’s immune system in top condition by addressing potential deficiencies that can compromise immune responses, while further supporting them with ingredients that promote phagocytic activity of white blood cells and eliminating bad gut bacteria.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
Initially, Arc Immune works by addressing potential deficiencies in Zinc and Copper than could compromise healthy immune responses. Secondly, the combination of citrus bioflavonoids and lactoferrin work together to bind foreign pathogens in an attempt to directly to suppress their replication. Then Agarikon mushroom is also utilized to provide its own unique activity as well as being a source of beta-glucans that can help facilitate the phagocytic activity of immune cells. Finally, Arc Immune also employs the use of bacteriophages, small viruses that target specific bacteria while not affecting human cells. This helps eliminate undesirable bacteria from colonizing in the gut, while their destruction acts as a prebiotic for the beneficial bacteria that constitute the human gut microbiome.
HOW MUCH SHOULD I TAKE?
Arc Immune is best taken - 3 capsules per day. These can either be taken in different increments such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner - or 3 capsules at once. Consistency is key.