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The Science behind ColdBuster
ColdBuster's unique formulation is a blend of vitamins C, B6, B12 and the
mineral zinc. Individually, these nutrients are great for your health and in
ColdBuster they join forces to help support your body's defense system. Let's
explore ColdBuster's ingredients in more detail.
Vitamin C is naturally present in some foods like fruits and vegetables, is
added to others (such as cereals) and available as a dietary supplement. Our
bodies can't make vitamin C so we need to get it either from our diet or from
supplements like ColdBuster. The maximum therapeutic adult dose recommended by
Health Canada is 2000mg/day - available from four great tasting shots of
Vitamin C is important to your body because it helps you break down proteins and
fats and increases the amount of iron you absorb from your food. It is also
important to immune function. Since the 1970s, when famous scientist and Nobel
Prize winner Linus Pauling suggested that high doses of vitamin C could prevent
and treat the common cold, scientists have put vitamin C under the spotlight to
prove that a link exists.
We now know that Vitamin C has a wide role maintaining the immune health, as
many types of immune cells need vitamin C to function properly and vitamin C
levels fall during an infection. In one study, healthy volunteers experienced
decreased immune function when they were fed on a low-vitamin-C diet. When
vitamin C was added back into their diet, their immunity was restored.
To find out what Health Canada says about vitamin C, click here
Vitamin B6 is actually a family of vitamins. The type of B6 found in ColdBuster
is called pyridoxine. Vitamin B6 is naturally found in a wide variety of foods,
including meats, fruits, vegetables and fish, and is added to others, such as
cereals. Health Canada recommends a maximum daily dose of 100mg of vitamin B -
the amount found in four shots of ColdBuster.
Vitamin B6 helps your body break down and use carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
It's also needed for optimal function of your brain and red blood cells, which
are responsible for carrying oxygen to our tissues. Without B6, over 100 enzymes
in your body would be unable to work. This versatile vitamin also has a crucial
role in the function of your immune system because it helps make white blood
cells, which fight off bacteria and viruses.
How do we know all this? Studies have shown that vitamin B6 deficiency reduces
immunity. In human experiments, scientists at Tufts University in the U.S. found
that the white blood cell count dropped in people who were fed a diet low in
vitamin B6. Conversely, when the scientists gave high doses of vitamin B6 to
B6-deficient patients they found that immune activity significantly increased
within 2 weeks. Taken together, these and other studies strongly suggest that
vitamin B6 is essential for a healthy immune system.
To find out what Health Canada says about vitamin B6, click here
Vitamin B12 is naturally found only in animal products, but is commonly added to
foods like cereals and nutritional yeast products. Vitamin B12 comes in many
forms; however, all types of vitamin B12 are called "cobalamins" because they
contain the mineral cobalt. Health Canada recommends a maximum daily dose of
1000mcg/day of vitamin B12.
Vitamin B12 helps your body break down and use carbohydrate, protein and fat.
It's also essential for the healthy functioning of your brain, red blood cells,
and DNA - as well as your immune system. Many studies have shown an association
between vitamin B12 and immunity. For example, in one study, B12-deficient
laboratory animals were less able to fight off bacteria and viruses. In humans,
a study published by Turkish scientists in 2008 showed that vitamin
B12-deficient people treated with B12 had higher levels of immune cells than
those who were not given the supplement.
We can't store zinc in our bodies so we need to constantly take in this
essential mineral from our diets or in a dietary supplement like ColdBuster.
Zinc is found in certain types of seafood and meat, and in smaller amounts in
non-meat sources like beans, nuts and whole grains.
You need zinc for many reasons. It helps your body make use of carbohydrates,
proteins and fats and is essential for the healthy operation of nearly 100 of
your body's enzymes. You also need it to make proteins and DNA, to keep your
skin healthy and to maintain your sense of taste and smell. However, zinc is a
key ingredient in ColdBuster because it has been shown to regulate almost all
parts of the immune system. Studies show that people who are deficient in zinc
have weak immune systems and are more susceptible to infection and disease.
Giving such people zinc has been shown to restore their immunity
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