- Helps support a healthy immune system and improves general well-being
- May assist in the management of upper respiratory tract infection in physically active people and people susceptible to uppoer respiratory tract infections.
- May assist in reducing the severity and duration of symtoms associated with colds and flu.
- Reishi has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a tonic to replenish Qi
- Vegetarian safe
The immune system is a coordinated system of cells, proteins, and chemical signals that are designed to fend off bacteria, viruses, and parasites. It helps co-ordinate the would healing process, cellular/tissues turnover, repair and (re)building.
For optimal immune function, it is important to support all aspects of our immunity, including surface immunity, innate immunity and adaptive immunity.
Surface immunity is the first line of defense against pathogens. It is comprised of the barriers that actively keep pathogens out, such as our skin, respiratory tract and gastrointestinal system. But if a pathogen is able to cross a surface barrier, then the innate immune system defenses are stimulated. Innate immunity includes a host of reactions, including the destruction of pathogens through a process called phagocytosis.
Adaptive immunity is called into action if the innate immune system is overwhelmed. Also known as acquired immunity, this response is highly specific to the pathogen that induces it.
To help your whole immune system function better, USANA created Proglucamune, the new immune optimiser product to help immune cells adapt to your unique needs.
Proglucamune combines zinc with reishi and shiitake mushrooms and baker’s yeast for immune support.
Proglucamune combines zinc with reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) and shiitake (Lentinula edodes) mushrooms and baker’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) for immune support and improved general well-being.
Proglucamune is specifically created for year-round comprehensive immune support. It contains zinc, which is necessary for normal immune function and normal cell division.