Fibromyalgia, Immune booster Fibromyalgia is thought to be a disease in which the immune system is chronically overactive. One of the main culprits is a pro- inflammatory cytokine IL-6, believed to be involved in the over activity of the immune system in people with fibromyalgia. Plant sterols have been shown to decrease IL-6 by approx 25%. (1)

Fibromyalgia has also been theorized to be partially due to an increase in free radicals, with fewer antioxidants and more oxidative damage being measured in people with fibromyalgia. Celt Immuno-Care® contains important antioxidants (Enzogenol™) capable of reducing free radicals that contribute to the development of muscle pain and fatigue disorders.* (2,3)

1. Pilot study conducted at the University of Guelph, by Human Nutraceutical Research Unit on the supplement Celt Immuno-Care. Laidlaw M. Pilot Clinical Trail, March 2005.
2. Free radicals and antioxidants in primary fibromyalgia; An antioxidant stress disorder. Bagis S, Tamer L et al, Rheumatol Int. 2005 Apr;25 (3); 188-90.
3. Effects of flavonoid extract Enzogenol with vit “C” on protein oxidation and DNA damage in older human subjects. Nutr Res. 2003;(23); 1199-1210.



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