What Are The Ingredients In Immunocal?

Very simply, all that is in Immunocal is undenatured whey protein. There is more to this scientifically when it comes to the method of action of Immunocal, and the patented formulation process, but this description will satisfy most.

What that means is we start with fresh raw cow or bovine milk, we remove the liquid, lactose, casein, and fat, and what remains is a white, fluffy, quite tasteless powder that takes on the flavor of the liquid or food you reconstitute it with.

What remains is bonded cysteine- the missing ingredient or amino acid in our diet that your body needs to manufacture its own glutathione. There are no added ingredients, fillers or flavorings of any kind.

What that means is Immunocal is by definition lactose, casein, gluten, preservative, flavoring, sugar, and anything else you can think of except milk protein - FREE.

We used to get bonded cysteine earlier in life and in past times - from mother's breast milk, raw cow's milk, raw eggs, and raw meat. Heat or pasteurization destroys the bonded cysteine - we call this thermolability. Nowadays, we just don't have access to these things, nor would we recommend it for various reasons.

You can learn more about undenatured whey protein here.

For an in-depth discussion of the biological property, unique formulation, and potency of Immunocal, as well as other factors besides the bonded cysteine to consider when comparing other undenatured whey protein isolates or whey protein concentrates with Immunocal, please click here.

The best way to find out if Immunocal represents the best value for your dollar in raising glutathione is to try it for yourself for a few months and see how it affects you. We're sure you will agree with thousands who have already found the best way to raise and sustain their glutathione - with Immunocal.

You can order Immunocal here. To qualify for a 20% or 30% discount on your order, please click here.

Good health to you!

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Nov 07, 2018

by: Nathaniel

No, Immunocal contains the one ingredient your body lacks to make glutathione, namely bonded cysteine. The glutamic acid and glycine are not needed since there are plenty of each in your regular food intake.

Jan 26, 2018
by: Gretchen

What about Glutamic Acid and Glycine that also go to form Glutathione? Are they in Immunolcal also?

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