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What is Avmacol Immune®?

Avmacol Immune® is a patented, sulforaphane-producing supplement that works in combination with Maitake mushroom extract (Grifola frondosa) to support your body’s natural detoxification process better than sulforaphane alone1. Avmacol Immune provides glucoraphanin (sulforaphane glucosinolate) and active myrosinase enzyme which are the essential ingredients needed for sulforaphane production. Maitake mushroom extract has been found to provide immune support by promoting neutrophil function and natural killer cell activity.

About Avmacol Immune®

  • Just One Tablet Daily
  • Promotes Your Body’s Natural Detoxification Process*
  • Contains Maitake mushroom extract (Grifola frondosa) for Immune Support*
  • Supports Long Lasting Antioxidant Activity*

Avmacol Immune may be swallowed or crushed and mixed with foods such as yogurt, applesauce or smoothies for easier consumption.

  • Just One Tablet Daily
  • Promotes Your Body’s Natural Detoxification Process*
  • Contains Maitake mushroom extract (Grifola frondosa) for Immune Support*
  • Supports Long Lasting Antioxidant Activity*

Avmacol Immune may be swallowed or crushed and mixed with foods such as yogurt, applesauce or smoothies for easier consumption.

Why Is Sulforaphane So Important?

Every day you are exposed to a barrage of chemicals that are not naturally found in your body.Read More..

How Avmacol Immune® Works?

Our Sulforaphane Production System® supplies glucoraphanin (sulforaphane glucosinolate) and active myrosinase Read More..

The Importance of Active Myrosinase Enzyme

The conversion of glucoraphanin (sulforaphane glucosinolate) to sulforaphane can be Read More..

Supplement Facts

Serving Size Information:
One (1) tablet daily.Read More..

The Science Behind Avmacol Immune®

The combination of sulforaphane and Maitake extract supports the movement (or translocation) from the cytoplasm to the nucleus of NRF2 and increases the levels of certain Phase 2 enzymes. Below are images of a technique called immunofluorescence which illustrate how much protein is being produced in the cell and the location of that protein.

In control cells (left panel), the green staining indicates that NRF2 remains largely in the cytoplasm (arrows) without much protein located in the nucleus, which is counter-stained in blue. When cells are exposed to sulforaphane and Maitake (right panel), NRF2 moves to the nucleus (arrows) where it can bind to DNA to turn on expression of certain Phase 2 enzymes.

In control cells (left panel) NQO1 protein expression is indicated by the green staining. When cells are exposed to sulforaphane and Maitake (right panel), the level of NQO1 staining, representing the amount of protein, is increased.

In control cells (left panel) HO-1 protein expression is indicated by the green staining. When cells are exposed to sulforaphane and Maitake (right panel), the level of HO-1 staining, representing the amount of protein, is increased.

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