Monday, October 15, 2012

SmartMune - Review

Cold and Flu season is upon us and it is the perfect time to boost your immune system.  SmartMune is a product that is designed to boost your immune system. Here is information from the company:

SmartMune activates billions of innate immune cells that are part of the fbody’s natural defenses, without overstimulating the immune system. This unique ingredient’s patented, year-round protection is the culmination of more than $300 million in research with leading university and government institutions. SmartMune primes human immune defenses that have evolved over thousands of years.  SmartMune works with the body’s innate immune system that includes monocytes/ macrophages, neutrophils and natural killer cells that circulate throughout the body. 

Clinical studies demonstrate that SmartMune: • Strengthens the function of key immune cells • Maintains energy, vitality and mental clarity • Activates key immune cells to protect against the harmful e ffects of stress The SmartMune Di fference 

I received a sample of SmartMune for review purposes.  It is difficult to say if it is working or not but I can say that I have not caught a cold even though many people have already fallen ill this year,  I plan to continue taking throughout the fall and winter as I want to do everything I can in my power to prevent getting sick.  For me that includes frequent hand washings, making sure that our meals contain fruits and veggies as well as taking supplements.

What I like about this product is that there was a significant amount of clinical research that went into the testing and development.   The FDA does regulate supplements but the guidelines are different than from pharmaceuticals meant to treat or prevent illnesses.  You can find out more about FDA guidelines HERE.

Available from SmartMune Check out the full line of Immune System Support Products  You can also follow SmartMune on Facebook and Twitter.


Disclosure:  I received a sample and company/product literature for review purposes.

Please note that I cannot verify the effectiveness of any supplement or nutrient as I am not a medical professional and am not qualified to give medical advice.  My goal as a blogger is share information on products that I believe in (or not).  As someone who became very ill from a simple vitamin deficiency though I can attest to my belief in the effectiveness of supplements due to my personal experience.  If you are considering making any sort of changes in your diet, including supplements, you should consult with a medical professional.

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