22 Ingredients for Your Immunity

Our Essential Foundational Ingredient

What is NAC

N-acetylcysteine is beneficial for optimizing immunity, improving respiratory health, and aiding the body’s detoxification process.

But what exactly is N-acetyl cysteine and how does it work?

NAC is a basic building block for proteins that helps our bodies detoxify. NAC is so powerful that it is been used for decades worldwide as a medicine by physicians.Physicians commonly use NAC to thin mucus and protect the liver against toxic agents like acetaminophen. NAC is the precursor to a powerful cellular antioxidant glutathione which is responsible for reducing oxidative stress in the body.

Why is that important?

Oxidative stress damages DNA as well as proteins in our cells, which interferes with our cells’ ability to function well. NAC allows the regeneration of glutathione to prevent oxidative damage.

NAC has also been shown to modulate cellular signaling, which helps to restore cellular balance to help the body perform optimally. 

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Minerals and Micronutrients

NAC - A, C, I, W 

NAC is the supplement form of cysteine, which is an amino acid found in the human body that produces glutathione. NAC is beneficial for optimizing immunity, improving respiratory health, and aiding the body’s detoxification process. Commonly found in sunflower seeds, split peas, and lentils.cellular
function and respiratory health.

Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) - A, C, I, W 

PEA is a natural molecule found in the fat cells of humans and plants. PEA engages with the endocannabinoid receptors in the body to support the nervous system and is a supplement highly valued by elite athletes. Plant based PEA can commonly be found in soybeans and egg yolks.

Magnesium - C, W

Magnesium is an essential mineral which is a cofactor of hundreds of enzymes which support our DNA, muscles, cardiovascular & nervous systems, and energy production. Natural sources of magnesium include swiss chard, avocados, and legumes.

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zinc - A, C, I, W  

Zinc is an essential mineral which helps to promote healthy skin growth, immune, and respiratory functions. Black eyed peas and chickpeas are excellent natural sources of zinc.

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Selenium - A, C, W

Selenium, a potent antioxidant, is essential for protein and hormonal balance, as well as immune, nervous system, and reproductive health. A few good natural sources of selenium are found in soybeans, oats and eggs.

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Astaxanthin - A, C, I, W

Astaxanthin is a super powerful antioxidant responsible for the reddish pigment in red kelp. It is more common in the waters of South America and is coveted for imparting strong skin, nervous, musculoskeletal, and cardiovascular benefits to enhance endurance.

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Vitamin B1 - A, C, W

Vitamin B1 or Thiamine is an important daily critical nutrient necessary for cellular
growth and development. Thiamine is important to support healthy cardiovascular,
immune, brain and nervous functions. Asparagus, sprouted wheat germs, and green
peas are excellent sources of thiamine.

Vitamin D - C, W, I

Vitamin D is not found naturally in plant foods, but is a hormone produced by the
human body when we are exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is an important element that
we need as it is associated with strong immune, respiratory, musculoskeletal, and
cardiovascular systems. It is more commonly found in meats and animal products.
However, mushrooms are also an excellent natural source of vitamin D.

Vitamin B2 - A, C, W

Riboflavin, naturally orange in color, is a critical coenzyme necessary to support cellular
energy production, function, growth, and development. Vitamin B2 helps our body
metabolize fats and proteins. Strawberries are an excellent source of Vitamin B2.

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Vitamin A - A, C, W, I

Beta-carotene is a powerful group of fat soluble antioxidants that enhances cellular
growth to strengthen immunity and vision. Foods rich in red, orange, and yellow colors
such as carrots, squash, and beets are a rich natural source of vitamin A.

Vitamin C - A, C, W, I

Ascorbic acid is a cofactor and antioxidant recognized for its ability to reduce oxidative
stress and inflammation to maintain healthy skin, immune, cardiovascular, and nervous
systems. Oranges, limes, and grapefruits are all excellent sources of Vitamin C.

Vitamin B6 - C, W

Vitamin B6, or Pyridoxine, is a coenzyme involved in more than 100 cellular enzymatic
reactions. It helps to support healthy skin, nervous, cardiovascular, and immune
systems. A good source of pyridoxine is from bananas.

Vitamin B12 - C, W

Cobalamin, only found naturally in animal products, is critical to help preserve our DNA
integrity and support red blood cells, as well as the cardiovascular & nervous systems.
The absorption of food form Vitamin B12 is highly dependent on gastric acid. However,
methylated B12 is not dependent on gastric acid for absorption. A natural healthy
source of cobalamin is eggs.

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Vitamin B3 - C, W

Niacin is critical for DNA repair, energy, healthy skin, cardiovascular, and immune
systems, and can often be found in multi-colored quinoa and lentils.


Elderberry - A, I, W 

Elderberries are an ancient antiviral remedy valued by Hippocrates, who described it as
a “medicine chest” for boosting immunity. The natural, ripened, dried, and cooked berry
contains a plethora of quercetin and other antioxidants that helps to optimize cellular
function and respiratory health.

Green Tea - A, I, W

Unlike black teas, green tea is unprocessed and retains rich catechins, such as EGCG, and
other powerful antioxidants which offer numerous health benefits that fight and inhibit
cell damage to enhance brain, immune, and metabolic function.

Quercetin - A, C, W

Quercetin is a plant pigment that has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and vascular
supportive properties which supports immune health. Quercetin is commonly found in
apples, blueberries, onions, and raspberries. It works synergistically with zinc.

Turmeric - A, C, I, W  

Turmeric, is an ancient spice coveted for millennia in natural South Asian medicines for
its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Turmeric is used to relieve
discomfort, enhance brain function, as well as to boost immunity and blood circulation.

Grape Seed Extract - A, C, I, W

Grape seed extract is rich with antioxidants and flavonoids such as resveratrol and has
been used as a traditional therapeutic in Europe to enhance the cardiovascular and
immune systems.

Bromelain - I, W

A natural plant enzyme with antiviral, immune-supporting, and digestive properties.
Bromelain comes from the stem of a young pineapple.

Pomegranate - C, W

Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants and antimicrobial components to help build
healthy immune, skin, and digestive systems.

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Cordyceps - C, W, I

Optimizes the immune system for vitality and endurance. Cordyceps are mushrooms
which are hand-picked and dried. These mushrooms are traditionally used as a Chinese
herbal remedy to relieve tiredness and enhance energy.

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Synergistic Ingredients from Nature

The ingredients in NACPro+ have been carefully chosen and proportioned to enact synergistic effects which help your body work, as nature intended. 

NACPro+ is Made for You

The name, NACPro+, is derived from its components: NAC for N-acetyl cysteine, Pro is short for Professional Formula, and the + signifies the 21 other synergistic ingredients.

Notice NACPro+ contains trace amounts of Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc and Vitamin A? We left them out for a reason. Read Why Less is More when it comes to your health. 

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