Each and every ingredient in AID was added by Dr. Keller because patient outcomes showed immune function improved with the inclusion of this ingredient. If patient outcomes with their serious immune disorders didn't improve with inclusion of an ingredient it was left out in order to make the formulation as cost-effective as possible.
Antioxidants for boosting immune function because antioxidants are needed to protect immune soldiers from the free radical weapons they employ against pathogens. Additionally, antioxidants improve virtually every other marker of health, including slower aging, less chronic disease of all types, less pain and stiffness, etc.
Stress always elevates blood sugar and since the formulation of AID lowers free radical induced and inflammatory stress of virtually all types, this may have a good effect for stress related elevated blood sugar. Also, when Vitamin C levels are low, cells intake extra sugar. Since AID contains Vitamin C, this situation may also be at least partially avoided.
Virtually every ingredient in AID is also a liver support ingredient
Virtually every ingredient in AID supports mitochondrial energy production and free radical cleanup, but especially supportive of mitochondrial function are: zinc, copper, selenium, Vitamin C, Folate, Vitamin B12 and Manganese.
All of this helps with maintaining a good mood and emotional stability.
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Advanced Immune Defense (AID)
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