ViralPro™ — supplement your health with an antioxidant boost

Unexpected sickness is the scourge of productive people. That’s why it’s essential to support your immune system with your diet. Unfortunately, not many of us can find the time or the money to eat the right number of antioxidant rich fruits and vegetables as often as we should.

Shiitake Mushroom.

Shiitake mushrooms have a unique nutritional profile, rich in Copper, Pantothenic Acid, Selenium whilst also containing Riboflavin, niacin, zinc and manganese that all help contribute towards Shiitake’s antioxidant properties.  Shiitake’s also contain lentinan which is believed could help fight against viral and bacterial infections.

Turkey Tail Mushroom.

Turkey Tail Mushrooms are believed to contain a vast array of antioxidants, including over 35 different phenolic compounds in addition to quercetin and baicalein flavonoids which have also been shown to promote a healthy immune system.(1),(2)

Also found in Turkey Tail are Krestin (PSK) and Polysaccharide Peptide (PSP), both of which are known for their immune boosting properties.  Since the 1970’s, various countries including China and Japan use PSK and PSP as anti-cancer agents in conjunction with surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy due their effectiveness in naturally boosting the immune system.(3),(4).

In In-Vivo studies, the growth of the bacteria: Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella enterica, were both inhibited by Turkey Tail extract.(5)

Reishi Mushroom.

Reishi Mushrooms (Ganoderma lucidum) have been significantly tested in human and animals, as well as specific cell studies for numerous health benefits, resulting in findings of Reishi’s positive effects on the immune system and white blood cells.(6),(7)

Gypsy Mushroom.

In-vivo testing, researchers have found that the Gypsy Mushroom (Rozites Caperata) contain a chemical, suggested to be composed of a unique peptide sequence, that fight herpes simplex viruses, whilst also blocking influenza A, a respiratory syncytial virus and chicken pox. The chemical they discovered was called RC-183 and patented.(8)(9)

 

What is BHT?

Used since the 1940s in food preparation, BHT, or butylated hydroxytoluene, is a potent antioxidant and preservative, used to prevent oils and fats from spoiling and going rancid. If you’ve ever wondered why the cereal you’ve had in the back of the cupboard for months is still good, BHT probably had something to do with it.

Since BHT’s discovery, an enormous number of uses have been found for this amazing preservative. It can be present in everything from food to cosmetics, even jet fuel, but more recently, in powerful antioxidant health supplements as well.

Its primary mechanism is the prevention of autoxidation, a free radical generating process caused by oxygen attacking unsaturated organic compounds such as fats. By preventing autoxidation and the production of free radicals, BHT keeps compounds stable for longer, preventing their breakdown and associated decay.

Is BHT safe?

One of the major questions around BHT’s use is its safety. Despite widespread scare tactics, there has been little proof that BHT is responsible for any incidence of human harm or mortality.

In fact, many of the criticisms levelled against BHT are spurious. The most common — that because of its wide uses in industrial applications it is inherently unsafe — is clear disingenuity: water is found in everything from pesticide to radiator fluid but few would argue its importance to health.

The few studies that have shown significant negative effects have tended to use very high dosage, far beyond what any normal person would consume, and really only prove the old axiom that too much of anything is bad for you.

Why is BHT good for you?

Contrary to reports featured in the press, BHT may have a wide range of beneficial health effects, and is the focus of a significant amount of research into antiviral and longevity science. Much as BHT is capable of preventing autoxidation in oils present in the foods we consume and the products we use, it is also able to mitigate the damage caused by autoxidation within our bodies.

Studies have been conducted on BHT’s application in medical treatments since the 1970s and there is a growing body of evidence to indicate that it is not only safe but also beneficial. One of BHT’s major health benefits is its action upon lipid-coated viruses such as herpes, hepatitis c, and influenza. BHT disrupts the lipid membrane that surrounds these viruses, damaging them and their ability to penetrate the walls of human cells. Because of this, BHT has been used off-label as a herpes treatment to great effect, particularly following the publication of John A. Mann’s and Steven Fowkes’s groundbreaking Wipe Out Herpes with BHT.

BHT’s antioxidant effect may also have antiaging properties.  By mitigating the oxidative stress that the body undergoes via general metabolic function, BHT may lengthen the life of cells, promoting greater health and potentially, life span.

What is oxidation?

Oxidation is a common chemical process you can see all around you. When a cut apple turns brown, a steel pipe becomes rusty, or an old copper coin develops a furry green surface, these are all the products of oxidation. But did you know that the same process occurs inside your body?

Oxidation is what occurs when substances interact in a way that results in the loss of electrons, such as when oxygen reacts with iron to create iron oxide or rust. While this is not always a damaging process, and is in many cases essential to normal body function, too much oxidation can have a harmful effect on your health.

This is because these electron-losing reactions between substances often cause the release of free radicals, new compounds that can cause powerful chain reactions that can lead to damage or death within the body’s cells.

How do antioxidants help?

Antioxidants are special sorts of molecules that inhibit the oxidation of other molecules. They do this by terminating free radical intermediaries and inhibiting oxidative reactions, generally by being oxidised themselves.

This antioxidant process significantly reduces what is known as oxidative stress, the damage caused by free radicals, and a major component of what causes our bodies to age. By using powerful antioxidants such as ViralPRO™ to stop these harmful reactions, it may be possible to prevent a wide range of diseases and degenerative conditions, simply by preventing the damage from occurring in the first place.

 

(1): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6010034/

(2): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5084045/

(3): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3206987/

(4): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28595034

(5): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4972825/

(6): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16230843

(7): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20574926

(8): https://news.wisc.edu/mushrooms-cripple-herpes-other-viruses/

(9): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10517309

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    ViralPRO™ contains a potent antioxidant and common food preservative (BHT) that is also known to treat viruses including Herpes, as well as a unique blend of mushrooms known for their reported anti-viral properties. BHT is believed to work against the virus by potentially damaging the protective layer of the viral cell, in turn making the virus vulnerable... ViralPRO™ contains a potent...