Boost Your Immune System With New Nutritional Supplement, Expert Says

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from LMF Marketing Consultants

    MONTREAL, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The human body is one of nature's finest
 miracles, and doctors and researchers are still unlocking many of its secrets.
 A recent discovery has been the importance of glutathione in boosting the
 immune system.
     Dr. Gustavo Bounous, a leading glutathione expert, says that glutathione
 is food for the immune system. In fact, Dr. Bounous research at McGill
 University in conjunction with the Montreal General Hospital, has culminated
 in the development of a nutritional supplement called Immunocal. It is
 clinically proven to safely raise and sustain glutathione levels. ($74.25,
 call 888-836-0736) See http://www.immunonews.com.
     "Every day our bodies are exposed to factors that drain our levels of
 glutathione: stress, pollution, radiation, infection, drugs, poor diet,
 aging, injury, trauma, and burns," says Bounous. "These contribute to
 glutathione depletion which, in turn, lead to cellular aging, disease and
 death." Concern about maintaining one's glutathione level should be on par
 with other health concerns that are now common knowledge.
     Glutathione is the body's own health AID -- Antioxidant, Immune Booster
 and Detoxifier. This small protein, produced naturally in the body, maintains
 these three crucial protective functions.
     "In fact, your life depends on it," Dr. Jimmy Gutman says. "Without it,
 your cells would disintegrate from unrestrained oxidation, your body would
 have little resistance and your liver function would cease due to the eventual
 accumulation of toxins."
     "Glutathione is not yet a household word, but it soon will be now that we
 know how important this substance is," said Dr. Gutman. "In the last
 five years, over 25,000 medical articles have been published on the subject,
 and this scientific understanding is gradually becoming common knowledge."
     There are 23 published clinical studies on the product, it s listed in the
 Physicians' Desk Reference (USA) and the Pharmacists' Red Book, and it is one
 of the few nutritional products that are covered by Medicare/Medicaid.
     Emergency physicians, toxicologists, lung doctors, liver and other medical
 specialists already know some of glutathione's most useful contributions to
 medicine. Soon you will too. For more information ($74.25, call
 (888) 836-0736, or on the Web at http://www.immunonews.com.
 
 

SOURCE LMF Marketing Consultants
    MONTREAL, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The human body is one of nature's finest
 miracles, and doctors and researchers are still unlocking many of its secrets.
 A recent discovery has been the importance of glutathione in boosting the
 immune system.
     Dr. Gustavo Bounous, a leading glutathione expert, says that glutathione
 is food for the immune system. In fact, Dr. Bounous research at McGill
 University in conjunction with the Montreal General Hospital, has culminated
 in the development of a nutritional supplement called Immunocal. It is
 clinically proven to safely raise and sustain glutathione levels. ($74.25,
 call 888-836-0736) See http://www.immunonews.com.
     "Every day our bodies are exposed to factors that drain our levels of
 glutathione: stress, pollution, radiation, infection, drugs, poor diet,
 aging, injury, trauma, and burns," says Bounous. "These contribute to
 glutathione depletion which, in turn, lead to cellular aging, disease and
 death." Concern about maintaining one's glutathione level should be on par
 with other health concerns that are now common knowledge.
     Glutathione is the body's own health AID -- Antioxidant, Immune Booster
 and Detoxifier. This small protein, produced naturally in the body, maintains
 these three crucial protective functions.
     "In fact, your life depends on it," Dr. Jimmy Gutman says. "Without it,
 your cells would disintegrate from unrestrained oxidation, your body would
 have little resistance and your liver function would cease due to the eventual
 accumulation of toxins."
     "Glutathione is not yet a household word, but it soon will be now that we
 know how important this substance is," said Dr. Gutman. "In the last
 five years, over 25,000 medical articles have been published on the subject,
 and this scientific understanding is gradually becoming common knowledge."
     There are 23 published clinical studies on the product, it s listed in the
 Physicians' Desk Reference (USA) and the Pharmacists' Red Book, and it is one
 of the few nutritional products that are covered by Medicare/Medicaid.
     Emergency physicians, toxicologists, lung doctors, liver and other medical
 specialists already know some of glutathione's most useful contributions to
 medicine. Soon you will too. For more information ($74.25, call
 (888) 836-0736, or on the Web at http://www.immunonews.com.
 
 SOURCE  LMF Marketing Consultants