GC Boost Immune booster / GcMAF (detailed information)
- Stimulation of the immune system by natural immunomodulating and anti-inflammatory effects
- Active ingredients and vitamin D.
- Pack size: 30
- Consumption recommendation: 1 capsule 1-2 times daily between meals
Ingredients per capsule:
- Lactoferrin 200 mg
- Colostrum 80 mg
- Chondroitin sulfate 100 mg
- Vitamin D3 (2000 I.U.) 50 mcg
- Oleic Acid
- Contains five immune-assistants, their effects backed by studies
- GC Boost is a dietary supplement
- Oral bioavailability
1 capsule 1-2 times daily between meals with sufficient liquid or as recommended by the doctor. The capsules should be swallowed whole.
Curcudex 45 (curcumin)
Caraslim Keto (Citruses Extracts + Q10)
Omega-3 Vita (fish oil)
Omega krill (krill oil)
CellEnerQ10 100 mg (coenzyme Q10)
Duration of application
It is recommended to have a minimum takeover period of 30 days.
- Immune System Enhancing
- Immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory
- stimulates the activity of neutrophils granulocytes
- Activates NK cells and LAK (lymphokine-activated Killer) cells
- Increases the cytotoxicity of macrophages
- Regulates the production of cytokines
- Promotes differentiation and activity of B lymphocytes, T helper cells, T lymphocytes and dendritic cells
Description of Ingredients
Lactoferrin is an iron-binding glycoprotein from the family of transferrins found in the human body of neutrophilic granulocytes and mucosal epithelium. Lactoferrin has many biological functions, among others immunomodulating, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor activity, antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant and conservation of iron homeostasis.
The inhibition of tumor growth in animal studies has been the anti-inflammatory and antiangiogenic (neoplasm of blood vessels). Through its “docking” domains, lactoferrin can kill pathogens and bind toxic non-pathogens and improve phagocytosis. Phagocytosis is a process through which pathogens are controlled without an inflammatory reaction.
Lactoferrin has equally positive effects on several causes and risk factors of autoimmune diseases.
Colostrum is a valuable food made from cow’s first milk.
It consists of proteins, amino acids, natural growth factors,
It contains enzymes and over 80 different micronutrients,
These have life-sustaining immune and growth factors to ensure the health of a newborn.
The cow colostrum is richer in ingredients than human breast milk, especially of antibodies, the newborn cattle do not yet have passive immunity.
The antibodies include the immunoglobulins A
(IgA), D (IgD), E (IgE), G (IgG) and M (IgM). IgG comes naturallyin the highest amount and have toxin binding characteristics.
Other immune components in colostrum include lactoferrin, Proline-rich polypeptides (PRP), oligosaccharides, cytokinesand interferons.
Colostrum stimulates the immune system by stimulating maturation accelerated of B lymphocytes and use them for production of antibodies. This promotes growth and the differentiation of white blood cells.
GcMAF or chondroitin sulfate
GcMAF (Group-specific component protein-derived Macrophage
Activating Factor), a naturally occurring chemical in the body.
It is a protein, which modifies the so-called Vitamin D-binding protein and (Gc protein) is formed, This molecule has gained great interest in recent years, due to its proven therapeutic effects in immunotherapy.
It should have an activating effect on the immune system and help the body to get cancer cells to become recognizable and killed by the immune system.
A reduced conversion of the Gc protein into the active GcMAF has been associated with immunosuppression in AIDS patients.
Associated work around the disturbed conversion has led to one trying exogenous GcMAF, isolated from the blood of healthy volunteers, and so restores macrophage activity.
The Gc protein binds to different cells, including those of the immune system, and modulates their activity.
It has been shown that the Gc protein interacts with the cell membrane of neutrophils, but it does not bind to a specific receptor, but forms oligomers and interacts with a chondroitin sulfate proteoglycanon the cell surface.
Thanks to this affinity, the education of Gc protein oligomers, a cellular signaling cascade is triggered. This type of interaction can therefore also be found in blood serum, Colostrum or milk, so in liquids, where both Gc protein and chondroitin sulfate is found in significant quantities.
Chondroitin sulfate is an immune modulator without pro-inflammatory activity and stimulates different macrophage activators
Chondroitin sulfate is a natural sulfated glycosaminoglycan, and part of the proteoglycans that go together to form the articular cartilage structure with the collagen fibers.
Chondroitin sulfate shows all biological and clinical features attributed to GcMAF. It activates macrophages and induces the synthesis and release of nitric oxide (NO) in a comparable way to GcMAF.
Macrophage activation by Chondroitin sulfate does not occur with a release of proinflammatory cytokines and does not depend on GcMAF activation.
Macrophage activation takes place.
Besides these effects, chondroitin sulfate has a negative regulatory effect on signal transmission of cancer cells, and a reinforcing effect on the antitumoral activity of conventional cytostatics.
Oleic acid (OA) is an n-3 monounsaturated fatty acid, which one knows from olive oil.
Unlike their anti-inflammatory effects, their immunomodulating property is needing attention. Animal experiments show that dieting rich in olive oil, a suppression of lymphocyte proliferation occurs, and an inhibition of cytokine production and a reduction of NK cell activity causes seems apparent.
This is a positive effect on tumor cell activity, autoimmune disease states and inflammatory diseases.
Vitamin D3 has antitumoral and anti-inflammatory effects. It regulates the cell cycle, induces apoptosis of cancer cells, promotes cell differentiation and has direct anti-inflammatory effects. Likewise, vitamin D3 plays a role in the activation of immune cells.
GC Boost synergism
The combination of ingredients has immunomodulating and antitumoral effects. GC Boost is very effective, synergistic combination of ingredients. Only in 2013 was it shown that the antitumor effect of Oleic acid affects the interaction with proteins such as α-lactalbumin.
(HAMLET – Human a-lactalbumin is Lethal to Tumor cells).
These proteins bind Oleic acid (OA) and make OA-protein complexes more selective to enhance antitumoral effects in vitro and in vivo. As with chondroitin sulfate, the mechanism of action may be associated with the release of NO due to macrophage activation. The antitumor effects of NO is known: It suppresses cell respiration and DNA synthesis and induces apoptosis of cancer cells by activation of proteases of the caspase family.
A low carbohydrate diet favors the anti-cancer
Effect of OA and NO.
In the HAMLET complex, a-lactalbumin plays only the role of a carrier, since a-lactalbumin itself is not a potent tumor suppresser. However the complex reaches the tumor cell interior, where OA enters the cytoplasmic membrane, the cytoskeleton as well as in the mitochondria, proteasomes, lysosomes and the nucleus is incorporated, and structural changes occur. Chondroitin sulfate is an immune modulator without proinflammatory activity and induces macrophage activators.
A low carbohydrate diet favors the anti-cancer
Effect of OA and NO.
None known at the recommended daily amount.
The recommended daily intake should not be exceeded Dietary supplements should not be considered a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.
Dry, not above 25 ° C and out of reach of small children.
Lactoferrin, capsule shell: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, Chondroitin sulfate, colostrum, oleic acid, cholecalciferol Free of preservatives and flavorings and free from sugar, Yeast, soy, milk, wheat, gluten, gelatin, oxalates, allergens.
Without genetic engineering (GMO-free)
The contents listed here are for informational purposes only and induce apoptosis of the tumor cells. The OA-lactoferrin oligomers have the advantage over HAMLET that lactoferrin is self immunomodulating, anti-inflammatory and has anti-tumor effects.
Although is of a similar strength to both a-lactalbumin and also binds to lactoferrin, the latter has almost twice as many binding sites.
In vitro studies show that the antitumoral activity of OA-lactoferrin is 10 times higher than those of OA-alpha-lactalbumin. Not only OA alone, has anti-tumor activity, but also the protein.
In addition, many sources confirm a high expression of Lactoferrin receptors on the tumor membrane. interact with Due to the complexation of oleic acid and lactoferrin it potentiates the antitumor effects.
Another synergistic effect is vitamin D3 and oleic acid.
It is known that monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, as well as oleic acid, reduces the affinity of vitamin D3 for its binding protein.
Thus, the vitamin D3 remains systemically longer active.
From a unique combination of active ingredients, the Oligomerization of lactoferrin and oleic acid and the mutually reinforcing, synergistic effect of GC Boost emerged.
Origin of ingredients
Lactoferrin is obtained from cow’s milk of high purity (Country of origin: Germany). Colostrum is made from cow’s milk by gentle freeze-drying won (country of origin: Germany). Chondroitin sulfate is extracted from shark extract. Vitamin D is of natural origin. Allergens g. EU Regulation 1169/2011
Contains products from fish and milk.
Chondroitin has a mild blood thinning effect. People taking the coumarin anticoagulants (drugs for inhibition coagulation such as marcumar, warfarin) should inform their doctor.