ProBoost - Thymic Protein A by Longevity Science supports immune function.
All white blood cells originate in the bone marrow, and the vast majority are biologically active with their release. One class of white blood cells which are not bio-active when released from the bone marrow are T cells.
T Cells need to navigate from the bone marrow to the thymus gland, which is located at the base of the neck. Once the T cells are in the thymus, they receive large and complex glycoproteins manufactured by the gland which renders the cells biologically active. This is how T cells were named - "T" stands for "thymus."
The thymus gland peaks in size and production of these proteins when we are young. As we enter middle age, the thymus gland decreases in size and function, eventually becoming incapable of producing sufficient thymic proteins for optimal immune function. This thymic decline is universal in humans.
ProBoost offers a specific thymic protein in a powder form. Each packet of ProBoost offers a count of 12 trillion thymic proteins in four micrograms of powder.
An in vitro study has shown this very protein binding to CD4 T cells. With ProBoost, it is possible to by-pass a compromised thymus gland in order to increase the function of the T cell sector by replacing depleted Thymic Protein A.
• Immune system support
• Supports Thymis gland function
• Supports activation of T-cells
• Antiviral, HSV, CMV, and EBV
Ingredients in 1 packet: 4 mcg freeze-dried, purified Protein A from calf thymus cell culture, in a base of maltodextrin.
Suggested Use: Empty 1 packet directly under the tongue and allow to dissolve for 3 minutes. Use 1 to 3 packets daily, as often as every 4 hours or as directed by your health care practitioner.
Allow contents to dissolve under tongue before swallowing, or protein will be inactivated by stomach contents.
Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product if you are pregnant or nursing.
Keep out of reach of children.