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Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics: Boost Your Immune System Naturally

We all take our immune system for granted. That poor thing receives heckuva beating. The least we can do is lend it a helping hand. Give your immune system a fighting chance against Leaky Gut Syndrome, allergies, and cold season. Boost your immune system naturally with Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics.

 

Why Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics?

 
Our gut and immune system are very intertwined. In fact, 70% of our immune cells derive from gut-associated lymph node tissue (GALT) [1]. Additionally, 80% of plasma cells are also found within membranes of the GI tract. In particular, there is an abundance of immunoglobulin A (IgA).
 
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IgA is one of our prominent antibody creators within the system. Seeing as our GI tract deals with a lot of toxins, we want to keep the IgA pool as robust as possible.
 
Furthermore, IgA needs to protect other moist areas, including the respiratory system and the urinary tract [2]. Suffice to say, we spread our immune system pretty thin.
 
We deal with germs everywhere. Our children bring home who knows what from other children every day. Not to mention, many of us are stuck in closed-up offices all day. Then, there are other environmental hazards such as air pollution and mold. That’s why it needs a boost from Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics.

 

Why Should We Boost Our Immune System?

 
We deal with germs everywhere. Our children bring home who knows what from other children every day. Not to mention, many of us are stuck in closed-up offices all day. Then, there are other environmental hazards such as air pollution and mold. That’s why it needs a boost from Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics.
 
When we think about the immune system, we imagine it as this little machine that protects us during flu season. However, this intricate network influences far more functions that affect our day-to-day.
 
When we think about the immune system, we imagine it as this little machine that protects us during flu season. However, this intricate network influences far more functions that affect our day-to-day.
 
An analysis about the autonomy of the immune system noted that it regulates:
 
Promote a healthy immune system for yourself and loved ones
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Reproduction
• Menstrual cycle
• Neonatal Development
• Brain Development
• Cognitive Function
• Neuroprotection
Sleep
• Pain Perception
• Stress
• Cell Ageing
• Glucose Homeostasis
As you can see, the immune system plays a factor in so much of what we do [3]. That’s why you need Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics. Intestinal flora plays a monumental role in the regulation of the immune system.

 

Influence Immune Cells

 
Our immune system is predominantly autonomous. A large portion of what dictates its function is stimulation caused by stomach bacteria. Based on these interactions, the immune system may spark inflammation.
 
In small doses, inflammation is beneficial in fighting off pathogenic intestinal flora and other microbes. Chronic inflammation is a precursor for many long-term diseases that range from skin issues to Leaky Gut Syndrome to autoimmune disorders. To prevent these occurrences, lend support to your immune system with Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics.

 

How Does Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics Make You Feel?

 
Approximately 32 million Americans suffer from allergies [4]. The reason for this rise is that we are surrounded by immune suppressors everywhere. There are allergens in our foods, toxins in our cleaners, and stress at work. These are just a few of the things that are bogging down our immune system. By supplementing with Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics, you can help bring balance to an off-kilter network.
 
Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics may help with:


• Gastrointestinal Problems
• Fighting off Growth of Viruses
• Eliminating Inflammation
• Improving Focus
• Lessening the Intensity of Allergies
• Decreasing Need for Antibiotics
• Supporting Sleep Cycle
• Battling Germs that Cause Colds and Flu
• Increasing Energy
• Boosting Mood
 
There are many big-picture items you must address to reach optimal health. Things like changing your diet, switching jobs, or improving indoor air quality, take time to adjust. However, supplementing with Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics is a step in the right direction towards wellness.

 

Which Bacteria are in Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics?

 
When we formulated Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics, we wanted to make sure we had all bases covered. The immune system interacts with so many essential functions that make us the productive people that we are. So, we wanted to ensure the intestinal flora we included in Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics checked off all the boxes for the best immune-boosting supplement.

 

Lactobacillus paracasei Th1

 
There are so many factors that may trigger an allergic reaction. A clear indicator that such an event is transpiring is the presence of inflammatory biomarkers in the system. These organisms are what make allergies so unbearable.

 

Reduces Allergic Reactions

 
Research shows that Lactobacillus paracasei Th1 fights off a litany of proinflammatory biomarkers and cytokines [5].
 
In vivo studies, Lactobacillus paracasei Th1 downgraded:
• Interleukin (IL)-2
• Interleukin (IL) 17A
• Interferon-gamma (IFN-γ)
• Chemokine Ligand 9 (CXCL9)
• Chemokine Ligand 10 (CXCL10)
• Chemokine Ligand 11 (CXCL11)
 
When the ratio of these microbes gets off-balance, they can cause white blood cells to work in overdrive. Over time, this may cause long-term inflammation.

 

Improves Symptoms of Asthma

 
These results are auspicious for those who suffer from respiratory allergies or asthma. Research indicates that Chemokine Ligand 10 (CXCL10) plays a significant role in how the body reacts during an asthmatic event.
 
An analysis surrounding the CXCL9-11 group stated,
 

“In individuals with allergic inflammation, CXCL10 is capable of worsening pre-existing asthmatic airway inflammation…Inflammatory cells can contribute to local production of proinflammatory chemokines, such as CXCL9–11, which further augments inflammatory responses [6].

The Journal of Immunology
By using Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics, you can set your immune system up for success. You give it the backup necessary to stop the growth of these immunity suppressors.
 

Lactobacillus plantarum

 
The gut-immunity-axis is very real. If opportunistic bacteria take over our system or fungi overgrow from our intestines, it can cause a lot of problems for our immune system.
 
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In the end, intestinal permeability can lead to a spectrum of autoimmune diseases.
 
We rely on epithelial cells around our gut lining to keep the toxins in our intestines and the nutrients in our bloodstream. Unfortunately, a lifetime of poor food choices, stress, and lack of exercise can do a number to that gut lining. Eventually, viruses, fungi, and bacteria can creep into your gut biome and spark inflammation.

 

Fights E.Coli Growth 

 
One species opportunistic stomach bacteria that may cause these inflammatory reactions is Escherichia coli. What makes E.coli so tricky is that it can easily penetrate epithelial cells. Therefore, it’s hard to keep this pathogen at bay [7]. Luckily, Lactobacillus plantarum in Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics has shown to fight off the growth of E.coli [8].

 

Decreases Immune Responses

 
The aforementioned study also looked at how Lactobacillus plantarum improves gut lining cells. It took a cluster of epithelial cells, known as Caco-2, and induced inflammation in vitro through the use of proinflammatory cytokines.
 
This analysis found,
 

L. plantarum ATCC 8014 was shown to inhibit the TNF-α-induced decrease in TER and IL-8 secretion in Caco-2 cells. L. plantarum CGMCC (No.1258) reversed E. coli-induced disruption of barrier function and alteration of peri-junctional actin filaments in Caco-2 cell monolayers.”

Curr Nutr Food Sci.
These findings show how versatile and potent this bacteria strain is. That’s why we included Lactobacillus plantarum in our Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics formula.
 

Lactobacillus ruteri Tr1 (ADR1)

 
Lactobacillus ruteri Tr1 (ADR1) is a bacteria strain that really takes the pressure off of our immune system. The reason for this is that it encourages our system to produce our body’s natural painkiller, oxytocin.

 

Reduces Pain and Inflammation

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Research analyzing the potential benefits of Lactobacillus ruteri Tr1 (ADR1) found that drinking milk with this bacteria strain can increase oxytocin production by 130% [9].
 
With more of these feel-good hormones in the system, we are less apt to trigger the immune system. Therefore, inflammation naturally subsides.
 
In this study, the researchers also noted that Lactobacillus ruteri Tr1 (ADR1) sped up tissue healing. Therefore, Lactobacillus ruteri Tr1 (ADR1) in Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics could help with recovery with wounds or reduce skin-related issues caused by immune responses.

 

Vitamins and Minerals

 
Lastly, our probiotics contain vitamins and minerals that will help the biodiversity of your intestinal flora. While these bacteria strains can aid you in combating digestive issues, they need some extra help to colonize.
 
Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics contain Vitamin D, a nutrient that many are deficient in. The Sunshine Vitamin modulates both our innate and adaptive immune system responses [10]. This essential vitamin has antimicrobial capabilities and influences how our cells communicate with one another.
 
Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics
Furthermore, our supplements have Vitamin C. This antioxidant helps set our immune system at ease. Since Vitamin C in Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics provides backup for the immune system, your immune cells are less apt to promote inflammation. As a result, the chances of developing an autoimmune disease.
 
Lastly, our supplement contains inulin. This dietary fiber is a great source of prebiotics. Prebiotics serves as food for beneficial intestinal flora. With this all-natural energy source included in your Thryve Ultimate Immunity Probiotics, the live strains inside the capsule will inevitably be stronger.
 
With our vegetarian-friendly casing, these live cultures get escorted through stomach acids and into the small intestine. They already have a fighting chance of survival, much in thanks to the nutrients in the formula. Now, as they colonize, your gut biome will be equipped with the stomach bacteria it needs to prevent inflammation, improve your health during each season, and keep your immune system robust!

 

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Resources

 
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[2] Woof, Jenny M, and Michael A Kerr. “The Function of Immunoglobulin A in Immunity.” The Journal of Pathology, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Jan. 2006, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16362985/.
 
[3] Berczi, and Istvan. “Autonomous or Integrated Immune System Is Right for Biology?” Advances in Neuroimmune Biology, IOS Press, 1 Jan. 2014, content.iospress.com/articles/advances-in-neuroimmune-biology/nib140098.
 
[4] “Facts and Statistics.” Food Allergy Research & Education, www.foodallergy.org/life-with-food-allergies/food-allergy-101/facts-and-statistics.
 
[5] Bäuerl, Christine, et al. “Lactobacillus Paracasei and Lactobacillus Plantarum Strains Downregulate Proinflammatory Genes in an Ex Vivo System of Cultured Human Colonic Mucosa.” Genes & Nutrition, Springer-Verlag, Mar. 2013, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22669626.
 
[6] Qin, Shulin, and John F. Alcorn. “Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate Reduces Airway Inflammation in Mice through Binding to Proinflammatory Chemokines and Inhibiting Proinflammatory Cell Recruitment .” The Journal of Immunology , 2876 February 2011; J Immunol 2011; 186:3693-3700, 13 Nov. 2019, www.jimmunol.org/content/jimmunol/186/6/3693.full.pdf.
 
[7] Oelschlaeger, T A, et al. “Some Structures and Processes of Human Epithelial Cells Involved in Uptake of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli O157:H7 Strains.” Infection and Immunity, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Nov. 1994, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7523304.
 
[8] Rao, R. K., & Samak, G. (2013). Protection and Restitution of Gut Barrier by Probiotics: Nutritional and Clinical Implications. Current nutrition and food science, 9(2), 99–107. doi:10.2174/1573401311309020004.
 
[9] Microbial Symbionts Accelerate Wound Healing via the Neuropeptide Hormone Oxytocin. Poutahidis T, Kearney SM, Levkovich T, Qi P, Varian BJ, et al. (2013) Microbial Symbionts Accelerate Wound Healing via the Neuropeptide Hormone Oxytocin. PLOS ONE 8(10): e78898. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0078898.
 
[10] Aranow C. (2011). Vitamin D and the immune system. Journal of investigative medicine : the official publication of the American Federation for Clinical Research, 59(6), 881–886. doi:10.2310/JIM.0b013e31821b8755.
 

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