Clinical Benefits

How It Helps Us

Immuplex Has Multiple Clinical Benefits 1,2

 

 

01 DIABETES

Whey protein reduces post prandial glycemia and promotes insulin release in healthy subjects.

 

 

02 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

Whey protein may provide benefit for normalizing blood pressure lipid levels.

 

 

03 HIV INFECTIONS

Glutathione deficiency is common in individuals infected with HIV. Supplementation with whey protein improves glutathione levels. Change in glutathione levels was linear to the amount of whey protein ingested.

 

 

04 CANCER

Supplementation with 30 g whey protein helped in regressing tumor in 2 patients, increased gluthathione levels in healthy cells and decreased glutathione in cancer cells In patients with Stage 4 malignancies, whey protein, supplemented 40g per day, for 6 months resulted in 16 survivors out of 20 patients, increased Natural Killer (NK) cell function, increase glutathione, hemoglobin and hematocrit levels and improved quality of life.

 

 

05 MEMORY & STRESS

Markus et al reported the effects of alfa- lactalbumin on high and low stress vulnerable subjects by giving 20 g whey protein. Improved cognitive performances in the memory tests were observed in subjects receiving alfa - lactalbumin.

 

 

06 LIVER DISEASE

In patients with hepatitis B, 12g whey protein daily for 12 weeks resulted in decreased serum lipid peroxidation levels, increased IL-2 and NK activity, decreased serum alanine-transferase activity and increased plasma glutathione levels.

 

 

07 EXERCISE

Men who consume whey protein whey protein while doing resistance training programs showed greater improvement in strength than those who did not but just had resistance training alone.

 

 

References:

1. Jay RH & Michael RF, Protein-Which Is Best? Journal of Sport Science and Medicine, Vol. 3, 2004, 118-130
2. Keri M, Therapeutic Applications of Whey Protein. Alternative Medicine Review, Vol. 9 No. 2, 2004, 136-156

 

 

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