Celt Immuno-Care® helps modulate immune function through T-cells, reduces inflammatory markers (such as IL-6) and supports the cellular function from oxidative stress and damage. Celt Immuno-Care reduces allergies by dampening down basophil, eosinophils and mast cells. These are the cells that release histamine, causing the typical 'allergic reaction' such as runny nose, itchy eyes, and in some people achy joints and flu like symptoms.
A study done in the US showed that Celt Immuno-Care provided a powerful antioxidant protection at the cellular level. This is important as people with various immune related issues tend to show oxidative stress. It is important to try to repair this in order to maintain healthy cells.
Celt Immuno-Care® should not be taken by organ or tissue transplant recipients, including bone marrow and corneal transplants recipients, or if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Always consult a healthcare professional if you are taking other drugs or herbal supplements, including blood thinning medications. Keep out of the reach of children.
Milk and other dairy products can block the absorption of plant sterols, they are very similar to cholesterol in structure and compete for cellular receptors. Taking Celt Immuno-Care® first thing in the morning and then waiting 30 minutes before eating will help make the plant sterols more active.
Absorption is a crucial aspect to consider when evaluating supplements. Delayed release works by presenting a surface that is stable at the highly acidic pH found in the stomach, but breaks down rapidly at a less acidic (relatively more basic) pH.
For example, capsules will not dissolve in the acidic juices of the stomach (pH ~3), but they will in the alkaline (pH 7-9) environment present in the small intestine. Although delayed release is a common technology employed with expensive pharmaceutical medications, it is rarely seen in the nutritional supplement industry.
Some experts believe that (in non-enteric coated products) the bioavailability of supplements (i.e. all the contents) is only 10-15% due to damage from gastric juices and enzymes in the stomach.
Yes, we can confirm that Celt Immuno-Care® is gluten free.
Celt Immuno-Care® uses an all-natural, two piece non-animal capsule for addressing a variety of cultural and dietary requirements. Including vegetarians and people on restricted diets such as starch free, preservative free and gluten-free.
The capsule is a water soluble polysaccharide, produced through a fermentation process. It has gained worldwide regulatory acceptance with its proven safety record and has been in commercial production for 25 years.
Celt Immuno-Care® is manufactured at a GMP/Pharmaceutical facility in Canada, certified by Health Canada. All raw materials come in and are tested for purity, safety and potency. If they do not meet our standards they are rejected and sent back or destroyed. Celt Immuno-Care has three patents, which ensures the highest scrutiny from government patent lawyers and bio-medical researchers.
Yes Celt Immuno-Care® is peanut free. Usually any concerns about potential allergic reactions from peanuts comes more from food manufacturing plants where the potential is higher. Celt Immuno-Care's manufacturing facility only produces nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals, so there is no likely hood of cross contamination. The manufacturing facility is GMP/pharmaceutically licenced to the highest of standards.
Supplements generally keep their potency long after the expiry date. There are no safety issues consuming Celt Immuno-Care® after the expiry date has passed. In fact, stability and potency tests were conducted 5 years after an expiry date, and the product was deemed safe and maintained its full potency.
Celt Immuno-Care® has an NPN number. This is a special license number given by Health Canada after they have researched a product over a long period of time. This should give consumers a high level of confidence regarding the amount of scrutiny Celt Immuno-Care has received from government regulators.
Most natural supplements are safe for use, and in Canada, Health Canada has gone to great lengths to ensure Canadians and others that supplements sold here and exported to other countries are safe. This is why Canadian supplements are highly respected around the world.
To demonstrate the benefits of Celt Immuno-Care, Celt Naturals has conducted double blind clinical trials on humans. In addition, research has been conducted on animals to study how these same nutrients help animals with many of the same human conditions.
While on medication, tt is best to consult your Doctor or alternative Health Practitioner before taking any new supplements.
No. If you are breastfeeding or pregnant, you should always consult your healthcare provider before using any supplements.
Do not take Celt ImmunoCare® if you have been diagnosed with sitosterolemia.People with this condition have too much betasitosterol and related fats in their system which makes them prone to early heart disease. Taking betasitosterol makes this condition worse.
Adults can take one Celt Immuno-Care® capsule a day, half an hour before a meal, on an empty stomach, with water or fruit juice, but not milk or drinks containing fat.
No. It is critical that organ transplant recipients avoid taking Celt Immuno-Care.