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immune health.* It is a unique dietary fatty acid derived from coconut oil and prepared into a mono-ester of lauric acid for maximum benefits.* lauricidin Monolaurin - Immune Support | Wellness Resources Monolaurin is a broad-spectrum immune support nutrient. Monolaurin is a unique dietary fatty acid...
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... immune system. Research shows it helps fight viruses including the influenza flu virus. It also helps bacteria and yeast. Lactoferrin works well with other nutrients like olive leaf extract, oregano oil, vitamin D, vitamin A, and caprylic acid. 2. Monolaurin (Lauricidin) is the active compound obtained from coconut oil. It has a long-standing track record for natural powerful immune boosting support. Monolaurin inhibits food pathogens and blocks viral replication. Studies show that monolaurin can reduce the development of bacterial infections like Staph. aureus and Enterococcus ...
... mold, candida and immune dysregulation. Basic support to consider includes N-acetyl cysteine, vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin D, curcumin and probiotics. Germ killing support may be needed with nutrients like olive leaf extract, oregano oil, noni, colloidal silver, and lauricidin. Additional support may include arabinogalactan, glutamine, lactoferrin, vitamin C, astaxanthin, and others. Mold illness can create devastating health changes. It is vital keep this in mind with any change in health after environmental exposures. Individuals with chronic complex illness like ...
In a recent newsletter, we discussed the topic of Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) and its potential role in initiating other serious illnesses. EBV is a ...
... inflammation, ataxia, kidney inflammation, or several cancers associated with Chronic Active Epstein Barr Virus (CAEBV), take note. It is time to gather additional knowledge and wage war. Herbal Wonders The nutrients laktoferrin, vitamin C, vitamin D, curcumin, and lauricidin were mentioned in the previous newsletter as powerful compounds that helped fight against EBV and reduce serious risks. Further research shows additional noteworthy compounds with remarkable properties for dealing with Chronic Active EBV. Researchers studied over 32 different herbs and evaluated cancer chemopreventive activities associated with the ...

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immune health.* It is a unique dietary fatty acid derived from coconut oil and prepared into a mono-ester of lauric acid for maximum benefits.* lauricidin Monolaurin - Immune Support | Wellness Resources Monolaurin is a broad-spectrum immune support nutrient. Monolaurin is a unique dietary fatty acid...
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... immune system. Research shows it helps fight viruses including the influenza flu virus. It also helps bacteria and yeast. Lactoferrin works well with other nutrients like olive leaf extract, oregano oil, vitamin D, vitamin A, and caprylic acid. 2. Monolaurin (Lauricidin) is the active compound obtained from coconut oil. It has a long-standing track record for natural powerful immune boosting support. Monolaurin inhibits food pathogens and blocks viral replication. Studies show that monolaurin can reduce the development of bacterial infections like Staph. aureus and Enterococcus ...
... mold, candida and immune dysregulation. Basic support to consider includes N-acetyl cysteine, vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin D, curcumin and probiotics. Germ killing support may be needed with nutrients like olive leaf extract, oregano oil, noni, colloidal silver, and lauricidin. Additional support may include arabinogalactan, glutamine, lactoferrin, vitamin C, astaxanthin, and others. Mold illness can create devastating health changes. It is vital keep this in mind with any change in health after environmental exposures. Individuals with chronic complex illness like ...
In a recent newsletter, we discussed the topic of Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) and its potential role in initiating other serious illnesses. EBV is a ...
... inflammation, ataxia, kidney inflammation, or several cancers associated with Chronic Active Epstein Barr Virus (CAEBV), take note. It is time to gather additional knowledge and wage war. Herbal Wonders The nutrients laktoferrin, vitamin C, vitamin D, curcumin, and lauricidin were mentioned in the previous newsletter as powerful compounds that helped fight against EBV and reduce serious risks. Further research shows additional noteworthy compounds with remarkable properties for dealing with Chronic Active EBV. Researchers studied over 32 different herbs and evaluated cancer chemopreventive activities associated with the ...
... post-viral disease". EGCG and NAC appear to stop the inflammatory aftermath of the EBV storm. Additional Support for EBV Other nutrients have stood out against EBV. These include vitamin C, zinc, olive leaf extract, vitamin D, quercetin, curcumin, astaxanthin, lauricidin, selenium, and others. See these articles for more information: New Findings with Epstein Barr Virus: The Sleeping Giant Chronic Active Epstein Barr Virus: Additional Tools for the Battle Several nutrients also help microglial cells that are overactive and inflamed. It is likely ...
The Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), a HHV-4 herpes virus, is one of the most common viruses found in humans. In most individuals, it has no serious cons...
... Melatonin is another agent that may be very helpful in patrolling against EBV related lymphomas. Melatonin is a potent brain antioxidant that may be able to arrest the growth of various deviant EBV cell cycles and even induce cell death against the wrongful activity. Astaxanthin, lutein, lauricidin, quercetin, and the selenium protein associated with glutathione (selenoprotein glutathione peroxidase) also show powerful protection against EBV activation and development of EBV associated lymphomas. EBV activity may be downplayed in mainstream medicine and in infectious disease offices declaring it a benign illness for the ...
Gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, nausea, acid reflux, and ulcers, etc. are reflective of problems in the digestive tract. There are many rea...
... May 2014 showed that curcumin and N-Acetyl Cysteine are the only two anti-H. pylori biofilm disrupting agents that have been successful in treatment. This is fantastic information and should undoubtedly be part of anyone's arsenal in the battle with H. pylori. Combing olive leaf extract, lauricidin, curcumin and NAC together with Lactobacillus and Bifidus probiotics may significantly help reduce the inflammation and treatment failure that patients with autoimmune disorders and H. pylori experience. This is wonderful news! As in the case of the probiotics combined with the medical therapy proving even ...
If you are still struggling with the symptoms of low thyroid but your TSH, T4, and T3 labs are normal then consider these new findings. Recent res...
... Epstein Barr Virus, may need to add immune support for this immune challenge. Several nutritional compounds are known to be effective against EBV. These include vitamin C and D, astaxanthin, mangosteen, zinc, laktoferrin, selenium, cordyceps, curcumin, passion flower, lauricidin, ginger, quercetin and others. Nutritional support should be at the forefront of care and can be used with medical management for elevated anti-TSH receptor antibodies and autoimmune thyroid concerns, fibromyalgia, depression, and estrogen concerns. Selenium, iodine, tyrosine, magnesium, ...
Recent research on acid blocking meds/proton pump inhibitors (PPI) are showing serious negative side effects for digestive health. Discover the ca...
... bile acid function. This is something to explore and may be taken together with digestive enzymes. Germ overgrowth in the stomach and small intestine 8 may respond well to support such as oregano oil, olive leaf extract, undecylenic acid, capryllic acid, noni, or lauricidin. Extra fiber is beneficial in keeping bowel motility intact and supports the healthy gut microbiome. Probiotics are essential. Inflammation that accompanies acid reflux and germ overgrowth may benefit with the use of glutamine, vitamin A, vitamin D, glutathione support, pine nut oil ...
Cold hands, cold feet, and cold nose reveal clues about circulation and body temperature. Impaired thyroid and adrenal fatigue are the most common...
... axis. Chronic infections create significant challenges on adrenal and thyroid function and lock in endocrine dysfunction. It is essential to appropriately address the infection first, but in many cases, thyroid and/or adrenal support is needed. Consider olive leaf extract, oregano oil, lauricidin, noni, zinc, and vitamin C to support the immune system. Low insulin levels may cause low body temperature as insulin is needed for body temperature regulation. Low body temperature is considered an early sign of type 1 diabetes, but both type 1 and ...
There are key areas to address that can make a substantial difference in your energy levels. Find out where to start and address the root causes o...
... virus, hepatitis, CMV, H. pylori, candida, chronic mold/CIRS, HHV 6A, B or 7, or other. It is best to work with your health care professional for proper identification. Nutritional support to consider includes olive leaf extract, Lauricidin monolaurin, oregano oil, mangosteen, noni, arabinogalactan, vitamin A, C, and D with glutathione support. 8. Toxins Heavy metal toxins, xenoestrogens, vaccine injury, toxic drugs like Tylenol/acetominophen, cholesterol lowering statin drugs, and other environmental ...

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