The triple action immune support!
American historians documented the medical use…
of larch arabinogalactan in tea preparation. The native americans valued the natural ingredient as a remedy against coughs, colds, rheumatism and sore throats.
Naturally processed from the North American larch tree, ResistAid® arabinogalactan is extracted by a patented water-based extraction method and supports the natural immune function throughout the year.
The patented extraction process is based on steamheating the larch tree material, which ensures that the extracted arabinogalactan and polyphenols remain pure and structurally unaltered. In many ways, this soluble dietary fiber offers special benefits: Clinical studies indicate that larch arabinogalactan supports the two arms of the human immune system through the indirect and direct pathways inside the the gastrointestinal tract. Thereby, it helps to protect the immune system and fight against foreign substances.
Holistic approach to support the immune system by:
- Innate immune response
- Support of natural killer cells, cytokines, macrophages and white blood cells
- Adaptive immune responses
- Enhances the antibody response to an antigen, higher IgG responses
- Natural antioxidant properties
- Due to the polyphenols present in ResistAid®
Three clinical studies* were conducted to support the given statements.
There are endless application opportunities with ResistAid® considering its natural properties:
- Completely dissolves in hot & cold water
- Retains functionality in solution with no degradation or hydrolyses
- Stable across a wide range of temperatures and pH value
Due to these values, it is perfectly suitable for immune supporting products in the most common forms such as sachets or powder drink mixes. ResistAid® is easy to incorporate into dietary supplements in standalone form or combined with other ingredients to increase its functionality.
- No reported side effects, no adaption period required
- Manufactured according to HACCP principles, food GMO, certified Non-GMO and Kosher, GRAS status
- Riede, et al. Curr Med Res Opin. 2013.
- Udani, et al. Nutr J. 2010.
- Udani, et al. J Am Coll Nutr. 2013.