Support Immune function with Neprinol

One of the keys to optimal immune system function is maintaining a healthy gut. In addition to beneficial microbiota that reside in the gut, approximately 70% of the immune system is located in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract [1, 2]. The GI system supports the digestion of fats, carbohydrates, starches, sugars, and proteins to release essential nutrients that travel into the bloodstream, while the protective intestinal lining helps keep large molecules (e.g., undigested food) and harmful invaders out of the blood. Neprinol is a potent dietary supplement that helps strengthen immune defenses and overall health by enhancing this digestive process.

Poor digestion or issues such as indigestion can lead to the excessive buildup of toxins, foreign invaders, fibrin, and undigested food particles (e.g., fats, proteins, sugars) that may be transferred to the large intestines or bloodstream. These particles are then detected as antigens and antibodies begin to attach to them. Antigens are any type of microorganism or particle that activates an immune response. Antibodies can deactivate antigens, but the binding of these particles can lead to the creation of protein in the bloodstream called immune complexes. The accumulation of immune complexes may cause abnormal immune reactions throughout the body that are linked to various health problems [3]. More specifically, the buildup of immune complexes heightens cortisol levels and causes irregular inflammatory responses that are associated with cognitive issues, heart problems, unhealthy blood sugar levels, and cell mutations, among other complications [4-10]. 

Neprinol was designed to break down immune complexes, toxins, and other destructive particles by supplying the body with an exclusive blend of enzymes and antioxidants that promote complete digestion. It contains several powerful enzymes that include serratiopeptidase, nattokinase, lipase, protease, papain, and bromelain as well as potent antioxidants that reinforce healthy inflammatory responses such as amla, rutin, and coenzyme Q10 (COQ10). This proprietary blend is delivered to the gut in capsules that are stomach acid resistant. This supports the intestinal absorption of the enzymes and antioxidants in their most potent form and allows them to travel to the bloodstream, where they can quickly begin to degrade harmful agents [11-16]. Together, these science-based nutrients enhance the body’s natural cleansing mechanisms and immune defenses.

Enzymes such as nattokinase and serrapeptase degrade particles that are linked to abnormal inflammatory responses, fluid accumulation, swelling, and discomfort, as this promotes rapid cleansing and drainage away from the affected area [11, 12]. This process improves the immune system’s ability to address health issues quickly. Additionally, serrapeptase disrupts the formation of immune complexes, which are often responsible for overactive immune responses [12]. Protein digesting enzymes such as nattokinase, protease, bromelain, and papain have similar functions [11, 13-15]. Research shows that combining these types of beneficial enzymes promotes healthy levels of immune complexes and other particles that would otherwise cause an unwanted immune response [11-16].

Furthermore, Neprinol boosts antioxidant activity with essential nutrients such as rutin, COQ10, and amla. These powerful antioxidants also encourage a healthier balance of white blood cell numbers that increase in response to abnormal inflammatory changes [17-19].

Taking Neprinol regularly helps safeguard the body from a weakened immune system, recurring health problems, and chronic discomfort by enhancing the health of the gut, which houses the vast majority of the immune system.  

Is Neprinol Safe?

No serious or adverse side effects have been reported from taking systemic enzymes such as those in Neprinol.* Clinical studies have shown that even extremely large doses of these enzymes are not toxic. If you are taking blood-thinning medication or are pregnant or nursing, you should consult with your physician before taking Neprinol. 


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