NutriFeron® promotes healthy immune function using an exclusive, patented interferon-boosting formula developed by Dr. Yasuhiko Kojima, the renowned immunologist who discovered interferon.*† Interferon stimulates immune cells and is vital to healthy immune function.
NutriFeron® contains a patented blend of four plant extracts derived from pumpkin seed, Asian plantain seed, and safflower and Japanese honeysuckle ﬂowers, plus zinc. This exclusive blend of nutrients has been shown in laboratory studies to naturally increase interferon levels and provide immune support at the cellular level.*†1
Interferons are a group of proteins that can stimulate various immune cells in the body. They tell your immune system that germs or foreign invaders are in your body, and then trigger your immune cells to ﬁght those invaders.
Because of this, interferons have been identiﬁed by scientists, including world-renowned immunologist Dr. Yasuhiko Kojima, as being critical for immune function. Dr. Kojima spent decades screening hundreds of botanicals to identify natural interferon boosters. The exclusive MACH® blend used in NutriFeron was created based on his work. This blend of nutrients has been shown in laboratory studies to naturally increase interferon levels.*†1
Boost your defenses with an immune science breakthrough.
Naturally Increases Healthy Immune Function Contains the patented MACH® blend, shown in laboratory studies to increase interferon levels, which stimulates immune cells and is vital to healthy immune function*† 1, 2
Supports the Immune System Supports immune function, which can be affected by many challenges, including stress, poor diet, pollution, and fatigue*
Cucurbita moschata, commonly referred to as winter squash, is a vegetable vine that trails along the ground or climbs up structures. The extract of the seed is a rich source of vitamins and other nutrients.
Safflower ﬂower, one of the world's oldest crops, is a thistle-like ﬂower in the sunﬂower family that is grown primarily for its seed and oil. The extract is produced from the brilliant red ﬂowers, which contain various bioactives, including ﬂavonoids.3, 4
ASIAN PLANTAIN SEED
Asian plantain seed is a perennial ﬂowering plant native to East Asia, including China, Korea, and Japan. It grows well in disturbed areas like roadsides and dirt roads and is rich in bioactive compounds such as catalpol, aucubin, and acteoside.5
JAPANESE HONEYSUCKLE FLOWER
Japanese honeysuckle ﬂower is a perennial vine that is native to Asia. It is deciduous in northern climates but often evergreen in warmer areas and is prized for its long bloom period and fragrant ﬂowers. There are many active compounds in the honeysuckle ﬂowers, including luteolin, bioﬂavonoids, saponins, and glycosides.6
A Look at the Numbers
Dr. Yasuhiko Kojima spent decades screening hundreds of botanicals to identify natural interferon boosters. The exclusive MACH® blend in NutriFeron was created based on his work
NutriFeron contains a patented blend of four plant extracts shown in laboratory studies to naturally increase interferon levels*†
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
†Claim refers to phytonutrient blend. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
May, R.D., Rayner, J.O., The effects of three compounds in several immuoassays in Southern Research Institute Report 2014, Southern Research Institute and Shaklee Coporation
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