How can larch arabinogalactan benefit me as I get older?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
T-cells are the work horse of your immune system and with age you produce fewer T-cells. This in turn reduces your ability to fight off new viruses. This reduction in T-cells also reduces your response to vaccines. Taking a larch arabinogalactan supplement provides you with immune support as you age. A recent study found that individuals taking larch arabinogalactan supplements were 57% more likely to stay healthy than non-users. The health measurement looked at the impact on the non-inflammatory, IgG adaptive immune response, when exposed to an immune challenge.

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