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Immun Protect

  • Highly purified beta-glucan from natural yeast, vitamins and trace elements
  • Stärkt die Abwehr gegenüber Viren & Bakterien
  • Of course, it supports the immune system from within
  • Increases resistance to infections
  • Proven in clinical studies
  • Minimal dose for maximum effectiveness
  • 1 capsule 20mg / day


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3rd pillar of Immun Protect

The longer the intake, the stronger the virus defence


Immun Protect is a food supplement containing a combination of highly purified, micronised beta-glucan (beta-1,3/1,6 -glucan from yeast), vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D3, folic acid, as well as the trace elements selenium, magnesium and zinc.
Take one capsule daily half an hour before a meal with liquid.
There are no known side effects for the recommended amount.
The longer you use Immun Protect, the better the results are.
Regular intake is recommended, but it is not so bad if you miss a dose.
After some time, the immune system weakens again and reaches the level you had before taking Immun Protect.
There are minor risks if you overdose the product. Poisoning occurs almost exclusively only if you take very high doses over a long period of time without monitoring your blood levels.
If you are taking Immun Protect for precautionary reasons only, you do not need to discuss this with your doctor. However, if you have been diagnosed with a disease, you should talk to your doctor before taking it.
Yes, you can also use other food supplements in addition.
So far there is not enough information on whether the supplement is safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Stay on the safe side and refrain from taking it.
Immune Protect is recommended for adults and children 12 years and older.


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    Das Mittel mag gut sein, ich habe aber an meinem Wohlbefinden oder der Gesunfheit keine Veränderung gespürt.

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    Ich finds gut

    Habe mich viel über Nahrungsergänzungen informiert, um in der aktuellen Zeit meine Abwehrkräfte zu stärken. Habe einiges über Betaglucan gelesen und kann positiv darüber berichten. Vor allem, weil hier auch gleich viele wichtige Vitamine drin waren

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    sehr gute Wirkung

    Sehr gut, es ist in dieser Zeit sehr wichtig sein Immunsystem zu stärken!