What’s inside a ZAMboost capsule? The scoop on Beta Glucan

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pillYou’ve heard the term “it’s what’s inside that counts,” right? If you open a capsule of ZAMboost, you’ll find an array of ingredients that are clinically proven to support the immune system.  Today, we’re going to talk about Beta Glucan, one of the powerful elements that makes ZAMboost so different.

Beta Glucan is a complex carbohydrate found in the cell walls of such things as yeast, mushrooms, and fungi. The Beta Glucan found in ZAMboost is derived from baker’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It wasn’t until the 1940’s that researcher Dr. Louis Pillemer noticed the material’s immune activating abilities. Since then, studies have been conducted at prominent institutions like the National Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, and Tulane University to understand how it performs as well as explore other uses.

Your immune system works to defend your body against the germs and microorganisms you’re exposed to each day. Usually, the immune system is pretty good at warding off infection and keeping you healthy. But sometimes, problems can lead to situations where your immune system might need a boost. This is where Beta Glucan steps in. According to numerous studies, Beta Glucan assists the immune system by rallying the white blood cells, or the body’s “foot soldiers”.

If you check out some of the related research we link to at the end of this post, you’ll discover why we’re big fans. As for the other ingredients found in ZAMboost, stay tuned for more information about them as well. General information on Beta Glucan can be found here. If you’re looking for research studies on Beta Glucan, check out our research page.

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