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i5VegaProTM Proteins for functional foods need to possess a good basic nutritional quality. This includes a high protein level, a well-balanced amino acid profile, and good digestibility. XYMOGEN’s proprietary VegaPro meets these guidelines. In addition, pea and rice proteins are free of gluten and lactose, are generally considered hypoallergenic foods, and have a low level of flatulent sugars. The blend also contains non-GMO chicory, a source of soluble fiber.*

The pea protein isolate in VegaPro is non-GMO and naturally obtained by simple water extraction, which keeps all the nutritional qualities intact. It has a protein content of 90%, excellent digestibility (98%), and a well-balanced amino-acid profile, including a particularly high content of lysine, arginine, and branched-chain amino acids. The combination of rice protein and pea protein achieves an amino acid score of 100%.

IgG 2000 DF A GRAS (generally recognized as safe), purified, highly concentrated (45%), and consistent source of bovine serum-derived immunoglobulin antibodies and immunoproteins, IgG 2000 DF supports immunity by positively affecting immunoglobulin levels in the gastrointestinal tract. Oral immunoglobulins have proven efficacy in addressing microbial presence. IgG 2000 DF is also very low in saturated fat and is dairy free. This ingredient contains beneficial growth factors associated with healthy lean muscle mass and greater protein efficiency. Its TGF-ß is known to support secretion of immunoglobulin A (IgA). IgG 2000 DF has also been shown to positively modify cytokine production.*

SGS This patented ingredient in OncoPLEX SGSTM is obtained by extracting glucoraphanin (also known as sulforaphane glucosinolate or “sgs”) from its most concentrated cruciferous source—broccoli seeds. Much research demonstrates that when glucoraphanin is broken down to its active form sulforaphane, it safely and effectively upregulates the body’s natural phase II detoxification enzymes. With its long-lasting antioxidant activity, glucoraphanin protects cells from free radical damage, and thus promotes overall health and well-being.*

Arabinogalactan Present in many plants, arabinogalactan is a non- digestible, soluble dietary fiber that contains arabinose and galactose monosaccharides. The GRAS-designated source of arabinogalactan in i5 is the larch tree. In addition to involvement in cellular communication and possession of immunosupportive properties, arabinogalactan minimizes ammonia synthesis and absorption, enhances production of short-chain fatty acids, and favorably alters the gut microflora. Arabinogalactan is considered a prebiotic.*

Revolution Health & Wellness Clinic Supplements FDA Statement

 

SGS Label; Supplement Facts Label

 

Directions:

Blend, shake or briskly stir 2 level scoops (50 g) into 8-12 oz chilled water and consume one to two times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Adjust amount of water to desired sweetness and thickness.

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