NEW! Immunoflora

$28.00

Get comprehensive immune support like never before. Supported by nine published human clinical studies, Immunoflora bridges the gap between the innate and adaptive immune systems—our first and second lines of defense.

Size: 30ct
Provides comprehensive immune support (innate and adaptive immune systems)

Stimulates the body’s natural defenses

Supports respiratory health

Provides immune support during high intensity training

Supported by nine published human clinical studies

Allergen-free, Suitable for Adults & Children
Per Serving (1 Capsule)

Lactococcus lactis strain Plasma (LC-Plasma): 50mg

Larch Arabinogalactan [Larix spp.]: 350mg per serving
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 30

Suggested Use: Take 1 capsule daily, or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Can be taken with or without food. Capsule contents can also be dissolved into hot or cold beverage and consumed.

If you are pregnant, nursing, or have a medical condition, consult your healthcare practitioner before use.

Key Ingredients

LC-Plasma

Lactococcus lactis Strain plasma (LC-Plasma) is a novel, heat-killed probiotic shown to uniquely activate the immune system's master regulator; pDCs (plasmacytoid dendritic cells). Through the priming of these critical immune cells, LC-Plasma proactively supports the body's appropriate response to immune challenges.

Larch Arabinogalactan

Larch arabinogalactan is a natural water-extracted prebiotic from the Western larch tree, shown to possess important immune-supportive properties. Larch arabinogalactan nourishes the gut-immune system by enriching beneficial bacteria such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria, and supports a healthy gut lining through the production of butyrate and other short-chain fatty acids (SCFA’s).

How Does Immunoflora Work?

While most immune defense products only partially activate immune cells, LC-Plasma activates pDCs, which in turn activate critical immune cells for comprehensive immune support.


What are Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells?

  • pDCs are a rare type of immune cell that act as potent modulators of immune response. pDCs are best known for their extraordinary ability to produce high levels of type I interferons in the body – signaling proteins that play a critical role in immune health.
  • Essentially, pDCs play the role of “commander in chief” in the immune system by activating other immune cells.
  • Conventional lactic acid probiotics can activate certain types of immune cells, such as natural killer (NK) cells or macrophages. However, they cannot activate pDCs which direct and order an array of other immune cells. It was previously thought impossible for any lactic acid bacteria to activate pDCs.

Immunoflora FAQ

No. Probiotics by definition are live microorganisms that can provide health benefits to the host. Immunoflora contains what are known as ‘paraprobiotics,’ which are microorganisms that have been deliberately heat-killed or inactivated through other means. The lactic acid bacteria contained in Immunoflora have been heat-killed to release the plasma in the cells.

Not necessarily. When previously live probiotic cells are heat-killed, they release a complex soup of cellular metabolites, in what is essentially the cytoplasm from within the cells. These cellular metabolites act as biological response modifiers, and can offer an excellent option to support one’s overall health and immune status.

Absolutely. Immunoflora contains paraprobiotics (heat-killed bacteria) and prebiotics (food for good bacteria to thrive), but it does not contain live probiotic bacteria.

Immunoflora is formulated to broadly bolster immune health by activating both the innate and adaptive immune system, and is supported by nine human clinical trials. Immune health status, general resiliency, and digestive function are the most often reported benefits upon initial use. Additional research also suggests that Immunoflora may support work productivity and skin health.

While the natural ingredients in Immunoflora do activate the immune system, activation does not mean imbalanced. Rather, the food-based ingredients utilized in Immunoflora are intended to work with the body to provide broad spectrum optimization of immune health – not to overstimulate the immune system in a synthetic manner. Ideally, the immune system is continually functioning as a well-tuned orchestra, active and able to respond with precision and speed when required to do so. In effect, Immunoflora is designed to keep the immune system ‘tuned’ to a responsive state despite life’s challenges. All ingredients in Immunoflora are GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe), and have undergone multiple human clinical studies supporting long term safety, even at excessive intake levels.

The immune system is a highly complex and interconnected system that has two pathways to address foreign elements. The ‘innate’ arm of the immune system is our non-specific first line of defense that targets anything viewed as foreign in the body, whereas the ‘adaptive’ arm of the immune system is as a specific response to a foreign element – essentially, an immune response that your body learns. In supporting both the innate and adaptive arms of the immune system, Immunoflora offers broad spectrum support of these two critical arms.

Immunoflora can be taken any time, day or night, with or without food.

Immunoflora can be taken on an empty stomach, or with food.

The respective clinical studies support daily use to promote optimal immune status. Overall immune health greatly contributes towards our total health state, so it is often advised to take a proactive approach when considering immune support strategies.

Yes. The ingredients in Immunoflora are soluble, neutral to slightly sweet tasting, and can be dissolved into food, water, juice, or another warm beverage of your choosing. Getting it past a picky eater – no problem.

Yes. Immunoflora is safe and effective in children. The ingredients used in Immunoflora are natural, food-based, and have an established track record of safety and efficacy in the clinical literature.

No. Immunoflora does not contain live probiotics, and is not affected by warm temperatures. The lactic acid bacteria in Immunoflora have been intentionally heat-killed to release the metabolites (cellular plasma) contained in the bacterial cells. The product is shelf stable, and should not be refrigerated.

Yes. There are no animal ingredients or dairy used in the culturing of the lactic acid bacteria contained in the product, and the capsules are made of plant cellulose.

Human clinical trials on healthy volunteers support the assertion that blood values of interferon alpha (IFN-α) are not stimulated to abnormal levels that would otherwise give cause for concern with autoimmunity. That said, there has been no direct clinical research on autoimmune disorders, and we recommend that you discuss any concerns with your healthcare practitioner.

Consult with your healthcare practitioner regarding the use any dietary supplement while pregnant or nursing.