i26 hyperimmune egg balances improper immune inflammatory response

Published on July 16, 2010 at 1:06 AM · No Comments

Imagine feeling great all the time; never feeling run down and never having to take a week off from the gym to recover from strain or injury. This isn't a utopian vision of some far-off future – this is reality for the tens of thousands who have discovered the first and only health food that balances the body's immune system naturally: i26 by Legacy for Life.

The $50 Million Egg And The Million Dollar Question: How Does It Work?

Our immune systems are in a constant battle with foreign invaders to keep our bodies healthy. Outside forces like pollution, poor nutrition and new strains of disease keep our immune systems at an overly boosted or inflamed state, which affects energy levels, body and emotional health and overall quality of life. Through inflammatory immune cells, our bodies fight to defend us from this onslaught. Too few of these cells can result in illness, while too many could lead to a high immune response, resulting in heightened inflammation and collateral damage to the body's once-healthy tissues.

While many products seek to tackle just the resulting symptoms of this inflammation and damage, only one health food is patented and proven to balance the immune system by supplying it with the bioactive elements it needs to help the body present the proper immune inflammatory response – naturally – and that's i26, the hyperimmune egg. Derived from whole eggs, i26 is an all-natural product designed to balance immune system functions and responses. Based on the body's first dose of immunity when a mother passes immune components to her newborn, i26 took more than $50 million to create and is based on over 30 years of research on hyperimmune foods and the principle of passive transfer of nutrients, growth factors and immunity.  Not only has i26 been clinically proven to work with the body to support joint, cardiovascular and digestive health, it has also been shown to significantly increase energy and improve sports recovery and performance all by working the bodies immune system – and a daily serving costs just $1.66 a day.

Backed By Science – From Harvard To The US Military

i26 has been repeatedly validated through the collaborative efforts of several of the nation's foremost scientists from various disciplines. Pre-clinical and clinical trials at renowned research institutions — such as Harvard Medical School, New York City's Hospital for Special Surgery and the United States Military — support the effectiveness of the product. It is also cited in the Physicians' Desk Reference for Nonprescription Drugs, Dietary Supplements and Herbs, a premier reference for health practitioners and pharmacists alike. The results of many of these studies can be found in peer-reviewed scientific journals – just search for 'hyperimmune egg.'

In accordance with the United States Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Volume 21, section 170.30, i26 has been self-affirmed by a special panel of scientific experts, as being GRAS "generally recognized as safe." 

The report and findings of this panel were submitted to the FDA and the report was issued a Food Additive Master File Number.

However information about i26 Hyperimmune Egg is not meant to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any condition, illness, or disease.



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