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“I have a whole new life!”

I battled severe IBS for years until I came to see Dr. McManus. She and her staff saved the day after ordering a special stool test and food sensitivity test, giving me a treatment plan to cleanse, and optimizing my supplement regimen. Hallelujah! I have a whole new life! They discovered a parasite as well as 3 food sensitivities. Dr. McManus and staff really cared.  And listened. And followed up. And still cared.  Studies show these matter to effectiveness of treatment.

Forever grateful,


By |2019-08-27T19:23:27-05:00August 27th, 2019|Testimonials|

Chocolate Pecan KETO Fat Bombs

If you can persevere at collecting the ingredients, these take no time at all and are really delicious!  You want to put them on your routine food list.

Makes 25 balls


1 ½ cups pecans

½ cup shredded, unsweetened coconut

¼ cup coconut butter *

2 tablespoons pecan butter**

2 tablespoons chia seeds

2 tablespoons flax meal

2 tablespoons hemp seeds

2 tablespoons cocoa nibs

2 tablespoons Swerve or Monk Fruit

1 teaspoon coconut oil

1 ½ teaspoons cinnamon

½ teaspoon vanilla bean powder or vanilla extract

¼ teaspoon sea salt


  1. 1. In the bowl of a food processor, combine all of the ingredients.  Pulse for about 1-2 minutes, watching carefully until the mixture starts to break down.  It will be powdery at first, then crumbly, and then begin to stick together.
  2. 2. Keep processing until the oils start to release and the mixture sticks together easily – just be careful not to over process or you will have nut butter.
  3. 3. Use a spoon or tablespoon to scoop a portion and use your hands to roll into a ball about ping pong ball size.
  4. 4. Place on a plate or cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and put in the fridge to firm up for about 30 minutes.
  5. 5. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator or freezer.

*Coconut butter can be found in the peanut butter section in jars.  One brand is Artisana and can be bought on line as well.  Artisana has single serve packs, two of which work perfectly for this recipe.

**You could first process ¼ cup of the pecans until they are nut butter, then add the rest of the ingredients as instructed.  Pecan butter is also available by Artisana, however you may need to be aware that there are cashews in their pecan butter.  Almond butter or peanut butter are other options.

These fat bombs comply with Keto, Low Carb, and Paleo type diets.

By |2019-08-27T19:09:47-05:00August 27th, 2019|Articles, Recipes|

Nuts! I Didn’t Know That

By Nancy Melhert, MS

We are always encouraging you to include a variety of nuts and seeds in your diet.  It’s because they are deeply nutritious sources of fat, protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients – all packed into convenient little packages.  However, there can be pitfalls when it comes to making your selections, so here are a few tips to making the best choices!

How Much to Eat:

Nuts and seeds have considerable Omega 6 fats, which can be inflammatory.  And though it is important to get Omega 6 fats, it is mission critical that they be properly balanced with Omega 3 fats (anti-inflammatory). The truth is, we need very little Omega 6 fats in our diet, yet the Standard American Diet has an abundance of Omega 6 fats in it.  And the important anti-inflammatory Omega 3 fats are harder to find in foods and more difficult to get adequate amounts in the diet.  As a result, you will want to make ideal choices (see below)  and then carefully limit your overall intake of them to a few ounces a day for nuts, and a few tablespoons a day for seeds.

How To Buy Them:

First of all, choose nuts that are organic, raw and not irradiated, roasted in oil, pasteurized, or coated in sugar or flavorings.  Organic nuts and seeds are also free of antimicrobials and pesticides.   Nuts and seeds should smell fresh, not musty, stale or rancid.  Old nuts can have mold and mycotoxins present on them, which are harmful to your liver.  Roasted nuts are usually made at higher temperatures resulting in degradation of the Omega oils, damaging them.  If you prefer roasted, roast them yourself at low  temperatures, no more than 170 degrees Fahrenheit in the oven or on the stovetop for 15-20 minutes, which should  minimize any heat-related damage.

Always Rotate

Avoid eating the same nuts over and over and over.  This can result in food sensitivities and food allergies.  Besides, you need the wide variety of nutrition offered across the entire gamut of nuts.  So, rotate them often, and when you rotate, be sure to rotate nut milks and nut flours as well. Try new nuts and broaden your palate by including such choices as Brazil nuts, Cacao Nibs, Hazelnuts and Hemp seeds.     

From Best to Worst:

Ideal Choices: Black Sesame seeds, Chia seeds, Flax seeds (must be fresh, and please buy whole. You can grind them just prior to eating, and best to keep refrigerated) Pecans, Pumpkin seeds, Cacao Nibs, Coconuts,

Macadamia nuts (Toxic to dogs!! so don’t share with your furry friends) , psyllium seed husks and walnuts.

Good Choices: Almonds, Brazil nuts, Hazelnuts, Hemp seeds, Pine nuts and Pistachios

Limit:  Nuts mixed with dried fruits, dry roasted nuts, cashews, peanuts and sunflower seeds

Avoid: All nuts roasted in oils of any kind, all nuts coated in sugar or other sweeteners, any nuts mixed with candy, and peanut butter with partially hydrogenated oil.

That’s it in a nutshell. Enjoy.

By |2019-08-27T18:26:27-05:00August 27th, 2019|Articles, NANCY’S NUTRITIONAL NUGGET|

“Now I owe her my life”

Now I owe her my life

Dr. McManus is an amazing doctor to help with any and all medical needs. I have been coming here for weight loss, allergies and Ondamed. Being a 30 year smoker she suggested that we try the Ondamed treatment and now I owe her my life. After one treatment I have not wanted nor craved a cigarette and have been smoke free for two months. My husband is now under her care for Eczema. She is working closely with him to help solve his issues. We highly recommend The Woodlands Institute to help with all your needs.


By |2019-08-27T19:16:34-05:00July 25th, 2019|General, Testimonials|

GX Sciences Nutrigenomic Testing

By Nancy Mehlert, MS

GX Sciences* is proud to introduce the most comprehensive nutrigenomics test available to validate your specific nutritional supplement needs. The scientific study of individualized genetics and nutrition is known as nutritional genomics or “nutrigenomics”. Nutrigenomic testing accurately identifies each patients’ genetic protein variations to identify sites of metabolic weakness. These key proteins are involved in enzyme conversion, nutritional delivery and signaling pathways in the cell. Expert physicians have designed a genetic panel that evaluates up to 55 of the most common, research backed, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that can affect a patient’s ability to regain and maintain their metabolic functionality. Abnormalities in specific polymorphisms can negatively affect many physiological and metabolic processes. Overcoming these metabolic weaknesses with the right supplement allows each patient to overcome their genetic weaknesses (SNPs) and maintain optimal health.

“As a practicing physician, the ability to test your individual, unique genetic footprint takes a lot of the guesswork out with regard to customizing a treatment regimen that gets you the best results”, says Dr. McManus, MD.  “We all have some minor genetic variants, aka mutations called SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) and 75% of all people have significant variations in the most important nutritional metabolism pathways that affect how we function.”  For instance, MTHFR mutation affects how our bodies activate and utilize B vitamins.  This in turn affects how well a person detoxifies, makes and clears hormones and neurotransmitters.  This means a  person would be more likely to have mood disorders, insomnia, cancer, heart disease, etc.  Two other common SNPs are the GAD and COMT.  These can cause lifelong anxiety.  The good news, and the reason to want to know, is that there are work-arounds for a variety of SNPs.

GX Sciences differs from 23&me in that it tests for many more relevant mutations and offers recommendations to address them. They offer several panels from which to pick and choose!  Check out this chart HERE to determine what panels are most relevant for your current health concerns.

You can pick up a saliva kit at our office, or we can ship a kit to you.  Prices range from $179 to $499. Turnaround time for results is typically 3 weeks. JOIN US THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH FROM 5:30 TO 6:30PM FOR A DISCUSSION ABOUT GENOMICS WITH GUEST SPEAKER, BRAD MULLENS, FROM GX SCIENCES. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL OFFER TO ATTENDEES!!

* https://www.gxsciences.com/nutrigenomictest-s/113.htm

*Gx Sciences maintains your genetic information privately. They never have and never will sell, give away, trade or use personal information in any way other than to ship your package, call you about a shipment or offer you special discounting. No e-mail addresses are sold, traded, etc.! This has been a long standing company policy that will remain unchanged. Have peace of mind that your genetic information will never be shared.

By |2019-08-30T11:24:40-05:00July 25th, 2019|Articles, General|

Autoimmunity Explained

By Mila McManus, MD

According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, there are more than 150 different diseases on the autoimmune spectrum[i].  In America, almost one in six people have an autoimmune disease.  To understand autoimmunity, it is necessary to start with discussing foreign invaders and inflammation.

Inflammation is designed to be a necessary process. It is a natural response when the body identifies a foreign invader or threat.  Examples of threats include:

  • Injury
  • Microbes, such as bacteria, viruses, molds or parasites
  • Chemicals and heavy metals
  • Undigested food particles that have made their way into the body through a leaky gut

When a threat is detected, the body creates antibodies to find and mark the invaders. Antibodies attach to, and highlight, the foreign invader so that the immune system can see it and attack it.  Inflammation is the result of the battle within.  Under healthy circumstances, once the threat is removed, the battle is won, and the inflammation dissipates.

Antibodies find the foreign invader by identifying the unique protein molecules of the invader. This can be complicated, much like trying to distinguish poison ivy from another green, leafy plant.  You have to know what distinguishes poison ivy from other plants that look very similar.

Problems arise when foreign threats multiply and/or become persistent.  As small battles turn into full blown war, inflammation, stress and confusion increases. The immune system is now hyper sensitive and operating in high alert.  Antibodies begin to make mistakes and fail to distinguish the nuanced differences between the proteins in healthy, human tissue and the proteins of the foreign invader.  Mistakenly, antibodies attach to human tissues (for example, thyroid tissues or joint tissues), marking them for attack, and causing the immune system to attack its own. This is autoimmunity.

Autoimmunity develops over time, in a sequence, from chronic, on-going exposure and inflammation. As tissue damage accumulates, degenerative processes escalate, and symptoms are increasingly manifesting. The autoimmune process moves from unnoticeable to an organized disease pathology.

Autoimmune diseases can strike many parts of the body, making symptoms vary widely, and making diagnosis sometimes difficult.  Interestingly, the same foreign threat can manifest differently in different people. For example, a gluten sensitivity may result in compromised brain function for one person.  In the next person, it may manifest as constipation, while yet another person, as liver disease and neuropathy. For yet another, it may affect the thyroid. Some suggest that the place of attack is simply your weakest link in overall health, caused by genetics, lifestyle factors or environmental factors.

Conventional Medicine will tell you it is genetic, and nothing can be done except to minimize the severity of symptoms. You will be directed to a specialist who treats the specific damaged tissue.  Standard treatment protocols involve reducing inflammation with steroids, biologics, and even cancer drugs such as methotrexate.

Functional Medicine will seek to stop the cascade of events which lead to autoimmunity.  The root of the problem lies first with the foreign invasion and resulting inflammation. A Functional physician will address the entire chain of events rather than one tissue that has been attacked.  For example, important interventions include:

  • Addressing gut health
  • Identifying and reducing toxic burden
  • Uncovering and addressing food sensitivities and allergies
  • Supporting and strengthening immune function
  • Identifying if pathogenic microbes are involved and address them
  • Improving diet and nutrition in general
  • Obtaining a genetic profile to address mutations that affect how the body functions

Other supportive modalities include:

If you want to read  more about autoimmunity, we recommend the following books:

Brain Maker by David Perlmutter, MD

Plant Paradox by Steven Gundry, MD

Wahls Protocol by Terry Wahls, MD

The Autoimmune Fix, by Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN,DACBN

[i] American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, “list of Diseases: Autoimmune and Autoimmune-Related Diseases,” http://www.aarda.org/autoimmune-information/list-of-dieases/.

By |2019-07-29T13:47:24-05:00July 25th, 2019|Articles, General|

The Salad Dressing Nightmare

By Nancy Mehlert, MS

Unfortunately, virtually every salad dressing on a salad bar, on a menu, and on the salad dressing aisle of the grocery store, is a nightmare when it comes to ingredients.   Damaged oils, specifically soybean, canola and olive oil, and others that are not listed but present, are commonly used by most large producers.  None of these can provide nourishment for your cellular make up, and what they do instead is create inflammation and toxicity.

The second issue is that many of the other ingredients are genetically modified, chemicals and/or highly allergenic such as, corn starch, gluten, yeast extract, mono-sodium glutamate (MSG), natamycin (mold inhibitor), Polysorbate 60, Calcium Disodium EDTA, and high fructose corn sugar.  These too create inflammation, are toxic to the body, and in some cases are damaging to the gut.

On your journey to improved health, you may be choosing to eat more salads, yet your salad dressing choices may be contributing to poor health.  Thankfully, there is hope on the horizon as a couple of companies have come out with some cleaner dressings that taste good!

Here are two company brands you might want to look for and give a try.

Primal Kitchen Salad Dressings and Mayonnaise – This brand used avocado oil and is certified gluten free and certified non-GMO. Great start.  Additionally, they do NOT use dairy, gluten, soy, refined sugar or grains in their dressings.  These are available at HEB, Whole Foods, Target, Kroger, Walmart, Amazon.com and ThriveMarket.com.

Tessemae’s Salad Dressings – Always organic and Non-GMO, this company offers a wide range of good choices.  This will be in a refrigerated section, usually in produce.  Many non-dairy options are available, and they use undamaged oils. Available at Whole Foods, HEB, Target, ThriveMarket.com, Amazon.com.

Now, go and enjoy a fresh salad!

By |2019-07-28T09:41:11-05:00July 25th, 2019|Articles, NANCY’S NUTRITIONAL NUGGET|

Bacon Curried Deviled Eggs

Servings: 12 Deviled Eggs


6 pastured eggs

3 tablespoons uncured bacon bits

1 teaspoon curry (or more to taste)

2 tablespoons mayonnaise

Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste


  1. 1. Fill a saucepan with water and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium so that the water is rapidly simmering, then add the eggs and cook for 8 ½ minutes (2 minutes longer if X-large eggs).  Drain and when cool, peel the eggs under cold running water.  Allow the eggs to cool completely.
  2. 2. Slice the eggs in half lengthwise.  Carefully remove the yolks from the whites and place the yolks in a bowl.  Mash the yolks with a fork, add curry, mayonnaise, salt and pepper then whip with a spatula or wooden spoon until smooth and creamy. Fold in the bacon bits. (Oscar Meyer, EPIC and Kirkland have uncured bacon bits in a bag)
  3. 3. Place the egg white halves, cavity side up, on a platter and evenly spoon the mixture into the cavities.  Top each filled egg with additional bacon bits, chopped herbs, scallions and/or sliced olives.

By |2019-07-29T13:41:23-05:00July 25th, 2019|General, Recipes|

What is Peptide Therapy?

It’s not a supplement, and not a typical drug, so what is it?

by Guest Contributors Bryana Gregory, PharmD, RPh and
Kim Bennett RPh

A peptide is a short chain of amino acids that are linked together and can be thought of as a small protein.  In our bodies, these proteins typically act as signaling molecules.  They bind to receptors on cell surfaces and tell other cells and molecules how to function.

The use of peptides as part of a standard medication regimen has recently gained attention due to the fact that peptides are safe, effective, and have targeted functions in the body resulting in minimal to no side effects.  In the past, peptides have only been available through injection therapy.  However, at Physicians Preference Pharmacy, we compound our peptides in sublingual tablets which dissolve under the tongue.  These dosage forms are non-invasive and allow for an easier dosing schedule.

What Conditions Does Peptide Therapy Address?

Peptides are numerous and variable in chemical structure, therefore their uses and effects are wide-ranging.  Peptide therapy addresses numerous conditions including immunosuppression, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Irritable bowel syndrome, sexual dysfunction, anxiety, and brain fog.  At Physicians Preference Pharmacy we name our peptides based on their function; however, the scientific peptide names are also included below.

Peptides offered at Physicians Preference Pharmacy:

Optimizer Peptide (CJC-1295/Ipamorelin)

The Optimizer combination peptide, which contains both CJC-1295 and Ipamorelin, has been found to be more effective than using either ingredient alone.

CJC-1295: As a growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) analog, CJC-1295 has been shown to steadily increase growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1).  CJC-1295 stimulates growth hormone secretion with no increase in prolactin, leading to fat loss and increased lean muscle mass, as well as increased protein synthesis.  A benefit of using CJC-1295 in a daily sublingual tablet versus weekly injection is that daily dosing provides GHRH around the clock, promoting growth hormone release in the early morning hours, mimickimg the body’s natural rhythm.  CJC-1295 also promotes slow wave sleep, or deep sleep, which is important for muscle growth and memory retention.  Studies have shown that since slow wave sleep decreases significantly with age, the use of CJC-1295 promotes the GHRH response, which induces deeper sleep especially in middle-aged adults and older.

Ipamorelin: A growth hormone releasing peptide which stimulates the body’s own natural production of growth hormone, ipamorelin promotes strength, anti-aging processes and healing.  Ipamorelin works in a pulsatile fashion so the side effects associated with direct human growth hormone (HGH) do not exist, and can therefore, be used long-term. Benefits of Ipamorelin include an increase in lean muscle mass, decrease in body fat, regulation of blood pressure, increased testosterone production, smoothing of wrinkles, healthier skin, increased bone strength, and improved quality of sleep.

Unlike some of the other peptides which stimulate the release of growth hormone, Ipamorelin does not produce unwanted side effects such as intense hunger or spikes in cortisol and prolactin.

Side Effects: Occasional irritation under the tongue, headaches (usually disappears after a few days)

Contraindications: Recent cancer

Dosage and Route: Optimizer is compounded into sublingual tablets, which dissolve under the tongue. This combination peptide is most beneficial when dosed at bedtime, at least 90 minutes after the last meal of the day, as it prompts the body to release growth hormone during sleep and mimics the body’s natural release of growth hormone. It is recommended that Optimizer be taken once daily on an empty stomach.

Additional Information: Your provider may order a blood test prior to prescribing this peptide.

Function Peptide (PT-141)

The Function peptide, which contains PT-141 or Bremelanotide, is used to help improve sexual function in both men (erectile dysfunction or impotence) and women (sexual arousal disorder). PT-141 was developed from the tanning peptide, Melanotan 2, which is a synthetically produced variant of a peptide hormone naturally produced in the body that stimulates melanogenesis or an alpha-Melanocyte stimulating hormone (MSH). MSH activates certain melanocortin receptors in the process of exerting its effects.  MSH exerts potent influence over lipid metabolism, appetite, and sexual libido.  PT-141 has been shown to exhibit libido-enhancing effects by activating the melanocortin receptors MC1R and MC4R, but not skin tanning.  Unlike Viagra and other related medications, it does not act upon the vascular system, but instead directly increases sexual desire via the nervous system.

Side Effects: Occasional headaches, nausea and flushing. Men have reported that headaches experienced from popular Erectile Dysfunction drugs like Viagra and Cialis were more intense and lasted longer than those experienced with PT-141. 

Dosage and Route: PT-141 is compounded into sublingual tablets, which dissolve under the tongue.  It is recommended that PT-141 be taken on an empty stomach.

Additional Information: Most men who have used Function report that they achieved erections after 2 to 3 hours of use. Depending on how the body responds, the benefit of Function may last anywhere from 5 to 12 hours. In women, the effects may take weeks to months to achieve the full desired effect. Because of the difference in response for men and women, men may be dosed on an as needed basis, whereas women should be dosed daily.

Repair Peptide (BPC-157) 

BPC-157, also known as Body Protecting Compound, is made by the body in very small amounts within gastric juices, where its function is to protect and heal both the upper and lower portions of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.  For this reason, BPC-157 is useful in the treatment of ulcers, esophageal irritation and symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease. BPC-157 hastens the recovery of torn muscles, detached tendons, and damaged ligaments.

Side Effects: None reported

Dosage and Route: Repair is compounded both as a capsule and sublingual tablet.  The capsule is specific to repairing the GI tract whereas the sublingual tablet has been shown to repair gut function but is primarily used to repair tendons and muscle tissue following surgery or injury.

It is recommended that Repair, in both capsule and sublingual tablet form, be taken on an empty stomach.

Brain Peptide (Semax)

Semax is frequently used for its neurogenic, neurorestorative, nootropic (cognitive enhancing) and neuroprotective effects.

Benefits of Semax include:

  • Activation of the serotonergic and dopaminergic centers in the brain by increasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which supports the survival of existing neurons as well as the growth of new neurons and synapses.
  • Antidepressant-like and anxiolytic-like properties
  • Helps with treatment of depression and ADHD
  • Helps with insomnia and calming “racing thoughts”
  • Improves circulation – helps protect the heart from damage after a stroke or heart attack
  • Improves memory
  • May help alleviate pain by preventing the breakdown of enkephalins, which regulate the pain response

Side Effects: None reported.  No known signs of addiction or symptoms of withdrawal.

Dosage and Route: Brain is compounded into sublingual tablets, which dissolve under the tongue. It is recommended that Brain be taken on an empty stomach in the morning, and add an additional tablet in the afternoon if brain fog persists.

Rejuvenation Peptide (Epitalon)

Epitalon is used for its anti-aging and anti-carcinogenic properties.  Epitalon has been shown in animal studies to affect melatonin secretion as well as telomerase activity.  Epitalon may also be referred to as epithalone, epithalon, LS-72251, or CID2192042. 

  • Anti-carcinogenic:

Epitalon has been shown to inhibit the growth of cancerous tumors by preventing the occurrence of early-stage tumors via the pineal gland.  With an inverse relationship occurring between melatonin secretion and malignant tumor growth, epitalon has been found to activate melatonin secretion and therefore decrease the incidence of tumor growth.

  • Promotes normal deep sleep patterns:

The pineal gland, which secretes melatonin, is responsible for sleep patterns.  Epitalon stimulates production of melatonin through its action on the pineal gland, increasing the ability to achieve deep sleep, which supports a healthy immune system.

  • Anti-aging:

The aging process is largely dictated by the long-term maintenance of our DNA, specifically related to preserving the chromosomes.  Chromosomes, which are responsible for our genetic makeup, have telomeres on their ends, which shorten each time that cell division takes place.  However, with aging, telomeres shorten extensively, and eventually cell division stops.  Studies have indicated that the shortening of telomeres is linked to age-related diseases which may lead to deterioration and early death.  Telomerase, an enzyme produced naturally in the body, helps to decrease the progressive shortening of telomeres which may lead to age-related diseases.  Telomerase production does decline with age.  Epitalon helps to reactivate telomerase production, strengthen and lengthen telomeres and promote longevity.  Ultimately this production of telomerase decreases cell death and degeneration, while extending the lifespan of our cells and protecting against many age-related diseases.

Side Effects: None reported

Dosage and Route: Rejuvenation is compounded into sublingual tablets, which dissolve under the tongue. It is recommended that Rejuvenation be taken on an empty stomach daily.

Immune Peptide (Thymosin alpha-1)

Thymosin alpha-1 (Tα-1) is a powerful modulator of immunity and inflammation.  Studies have shown that Tα-1 plays a role in decreasing the pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory autoimmune diseases by decreasing continual inflammation and supporting immunity.  Tα-1 levels in the blood are found to be significantly lower in those with chronic inflammation or autoimmune diseases, therefore, with the replacement of Tα-1 the immune response becomes better regulated.  Tα-1 regulates the immune response by primarily acting on cells of the innate immune system, therefore acting as an endogenous regulator of both inflammatory and adaptive immune responses.  In mice studies, giving Tα-1 has been shown to increase natural killer (NK) cell activity in mice with cancer, but not healthy mice, proving the selective action on those who may benefit from Tα1 therapy.


  • Improved tissue repair and healing
  • Improved host defense to infection
  • Reverses immunosuppression due to chronic infection
  • Increases antioxidant and glutathione production
  • Boosts Natural Killer cell function
  • Binds neurotoxins and endotoxins
  • Cardiac regeneration and protection post-myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, etc.
  • Neurologic regeneration and protection in post-stroke, traumatic brain injury, Lyme, Alzheimer’s, neuropathy, Parkinson’s, etc.
  • Stimulates stem cell activity and proliferation
  • Increases longevity
  • Side effects minimal even at 100x the prescribed dose

Side Effects: None reported

Dosage and Route: Immune is compounded into sublingual tablets, which dissolve under the tongue. It is recommended that Immune be taken on an empty stomach daily.


Note on all peptides: No known interactions with other drugs.  All the above listed peptides may be taken concurrently.  Use of these peptides have not been studied in women who are pregnant or lactating and should be avoided.

By |2019-07-05T11:46:10-05:00July 5th, 2019|General|
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