WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IMMUNE BOOSTING AND IMMUNOMODULATING?
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The regulatory authorities don’t insist that dietary supplements must show scientific evidence on immune claims. Most stakeholders hide under immune boosting claims to market their dietary supplements. There can be a lot of dangerous effects if a supplement only works by boosting the immune system. The immune system needs to be modulated or regulated. One of the few supplements that is available in the market and has strong scientific evidence is Sorghum bicolor supplement Jobelyn. It is listed in the drug dictionary of the National Cancer Institute and described as being rich in Polyphenols and phenolic acids with the potential for antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulating and chemopreventive capabilities. https://www.cancer.gov/publications/dictionaries/cancer-drug/def/sorghum-bicolor-supplement
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SORGHUM BICOLOR SUPPLEMENT JOBELYN SCIENTIFICALLY VALIDATED AS AN IMMUNE MODULATORThe immune enhancing capabilities of Sorghum bicolor supplement is better described as immunomodulating by the National Cancer Institute. As if by AI (Artificial Intelligence), some components (cytokines and chemokines) of Sorghum bicolor supplement, Jobelyn, regulate the immune system by means of pro and anti-inflammatory processes to … Continue reading