Source Naturals, AHCC Active Hexose Correlated Compound powder, 1 oz
UPC Code: 021078022480
AHCC (Active Hexose Correlated Compound) is a proprietary compound produced by cultivation and enzymatic modification of several species of mushroom mycelia, including shiitake, grown in rice bran extract. Considered a superfood supplement in Japan, AHCC has been researched extensively for its immune enhancement properties. According to human and animal research, AHCC may significantly increase Natural Killer (NK) Cell activity. AHCC may also increase macrophage activity, enhance cytokine production, and support the healthy functioning of the liver as well as act as an antioxidant.
AHCC is a registered trademark of Amino Up Chemical Co., Sapporo, Japan.
BioPerine is a registered trademark and patented product of Sabinsa Corp., US Patent No. 5,536,506.
1/4 rounded teaspoon in a blended drink three times daily on an empty stomach.
Mushroom Mycelia Extract, Candelilla Wax, Cyclodextrin, and Microcrystalline Cellulose. -
Other Ingredients: Contains gluten.
About Source Naturals
Source Naturals was created in 1982 to support each individual's potential to enjoy optimal health. Source Naturals' comprehensive Bio-Aligned Formulas help bring the power of alignment to your body. When formulating, we evaluate the underlying causes of system imbalances, and then provide targeted nutrition to interdependent body systems. Our line of more than 600 products also includes well-researched, single entity nutrients in their highest quality and most bioavailable forms.
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