ProBoost Thymic Protein A - 30 Packets

RRP £69.95
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The primary ingredient in ProBoost is Thymic Protein A. Thymic protein is the key to the human immune system, and has been scientifically demonstrated to stimulate immune activity. ProBoost stimulates T-4 helper white cells to locate abnormalities and to dispatch T-8 killer cells to destroy them. ProBoost contains over 500 amino acids, comprising the entire protein molecule.

All other existing thymus products are not biologically active, because they contain only fragments of the entire thymic protein necessary to stimulate T-4 cells. Fragmented proteins will not "fit" into the receptor site of the T-4 cell, and therefore will not program it as ProBoost does. No other thymus extract or product is comparable to this unique protein. It is so unique that the doctor who developed this product has been awarded a US patent.

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It's free from...
  • Dairy
  • Eggs
  • Fish
  • Gluten
  • Nuts
  • Shellfish
  • Soy
  • Yeast

Key Features

  • Unique sublingual powder for optimal benefit
  • Promotes production of T-lymphocyte cells
  • Effective Thymus gland and immune support

Ingredients

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Packet
Servings per Container: 30
  Amount per serving % Daily Value
Thymic Protein A  4mcg

Other Ingredients:

Maltodextrin (polymers of D-glucose)

Important information

Allow contents to dissolve under tongue before swallowing, or protein will be inactivated by stomach contents.

No animals were harmed in the manufacturing of this product.

Each pack contains 4 micrograms freeze-dried, purified Protein A from calf thymus cell culture, in a base of maltodextrin.

Dosage information

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, empty one packet directly under tongue and allow to dissolve for 3 minutes.

Use 1-3 packets daily, as often as every 4 hours, or as directed by a health care practitioner.

Take 30 minutes before a meal or 1 hour after. Important: Allow contents to dissolve under tongue before swallowing, or protein will be inactivated by stomach contents.