Prevent.Pro can be replaced by StemDetox in our Detox Protocol
The expected availability of the next Prevent.Pro shipment to our warehouse is in Decembe, 2017
Prevent.Pro was specifically developed to target bacteria, viruses, fungus, parasites and to disrupt the biofilms of pathogen communities.
While current parasitic control relies heavily on anthelmintic drugs, to which resistance is growing rapidly, proteolytic enzymes can be used against parasites (1, 2, 3) with greater success than anti-parasitic drugs.
We live in a toxic world that compromises our immune system, even though we're exposed to microbes, some natural and others are man-made or man-distributed (chemtrails and live viruses in vaccinations).
The 'One World, One Health' initiative is an emerging approach to deal with interrelated human, animal, and environmental health imbalances where emerging diseases are infectious in nature (zoonosis).
The powerful Prevent.Pro(TM) supports the body to remain healthy in this challenging environment.
Prevent.Pro's ingredients were carefully selected for synergistic action when the protection of our body against pathogens is a priority.
90 vegetable capsules per bottle
Take two times three capsules per day
The ingredient list - per 6 vegetable capsules:
- Cat's Claw Bark, 3% 200mg
- Milk Thistle Seed, PE, 80% /Silymarin 150mg
- Ashwagandha Root, Organic 200mg
- Grape Seed, 95% 100mg
- Turmeric, 95% Curcuminoids 400mg
- Bioperine PE, 95% piperine, 50:1 8mg
- Green Tea Extr. 95%, Poly 50% EGCG, 20:1 100mg
- Korean Ginseng root, white 100mg
- Reishi Ganoderma Lucidum, Organic 400mg
- Fucoxanthin 100mg Ginkgo biloba PE, 24% FG, 6% TL 100mg
- Maca root PE 5:1 200mg
- Hawthorn Berries (Crataegus oxyacantha) 150mg
- Elderberry fruit 400mg
- Black Walnut hulls, Organic 400mg
- Cinnamon bark 250mg
- Serrapeptase, 600 000 U/gm 100,000 Unit
- Bromelain, 2,400 GDU/gm 2,000,000 GDU
- Papain, 48,000 PU/gm 2,160 PU /li>
- Magnesium (Caprylate), 7.6% Mg 200mg
- Zinc (Caprylate), 18% Zinc 50mg
- Trace Mineral 72 (Bentonite) 10mg
(1) G. Stepek et.al., Natural plant cysteine proteinases as anthelmintics? Trends in Parasitology, Vol. 20, Issues 7,July 2004, Pages 322–327
(2) G. Stepek et. al. Assessment of the anthelmintic effect of natural plant cysteine proteinases against the gastrointestinal nematode, Heligmosomoides polygyrus, in vitro
Parasitology, VOl. 130, Issue 2, February 2005, 203-211
(3) G. Stepek et. al. In vitro and in vivo anthelmintic efficacy of plant cysteine proteinases against the rodent gastrointestinal nematode, Trichuris muris
Parasitology, Vol. 132, Issue 5, May 2006, pp. 681-689