The Science

The Science
The Science behind re:iimmune ®
Balanced Electrolytes: Water follows sodium.
The concentration of sodium inside plasma has to be held to within close limits (132-152 mmol/l) for proper functioning of the body and normally, this sodium concentration is controlled by the renal function (kidneys). However, in a state of dehydration, water is conserved by not urinating, and the sodium regulation cannot work effectively. In a stressed state, such as dehydration, the cells of the intestines are impaired and sodium cannot be effectively absorbed.  re:iimmune is an isotonic Balanced Electrolyte formula designed to help support healthy hydration.

Scientific research supports the use of re:iimmune

re:iimmune was tested using a Human Gut Simulator ‘ARIS’ and qPCR Genetic Sequencing.
Our results show a statistically significant improvement in the growth of beneficial bacteria (p<.001) from baseline after consuming re:iimmune. In addition to the beneficial bacteria growth we also saw a decrease in unfavorable bacteria. Consuming re:iimmune on a daily basis for 10 days can provide intestinal immune support.
Quantification by qPCR microbiota populations:
reiimmune stats
Results are expressed as total molecules per 1 mL of sample, which are the number of copies of each microorganism present in 1 mL of sample. Above
shows the distribution of populations of L. acidophilus, L. rhamnossus, L. casei / paracasei and populations of C. perfringens and C. difficile.

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