EMRBEckstein Medical Research Building (University of Iowa)
EMRBExposure Modeling Research Branch (US EPA)
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In a four-month study in individuals who were initially low in NK cell activity, supplementation with 1,000 mg/day of EMRB led to a four-fold increase in NK cell activity at two months, compared to control responses.
EMRB has also been studied in human patients with malignancies with remarkable results.
In a three year randomized, controlled trial of EMRB vs.
EMRB (enzymatically modified rice bran) provides a much-needed boost for aging immune systems, specifically by restoring NK cell activity.
However, EMRB may only need to be taken for a limited period of time each year.
We recommend taking EMRB when your body is most vulnerable to viral infections: the roughly four-month period of the flu season's peak activity, from early December to the end of March.
Once the flu season is over, you can stop the EMRB supplement until next year's season begins.
Studies show that enzymatically modified rice bran (EMRB) rapidly and significantly boosts aging NK activity, with real-world effects demonstrated on both viral infections and cases of malignancy.
During the high-risk winter months, however, it would appear to be quite beneficial to add the NK cell activity-boosting effects of EMRB. This can provide the added protection needed to conquer acute and chronic issues that can markedly shorten life spans.
* A unique product, enzymatically modified rice bran (EMRB), has now been developed, EMRB boosts NK cell activity by nearly 84%.
* EMRB is also effective at reducing deaths from certain cancers, further testimony to its boost of NK function.
* Support the rest of your immune system year-round with other supplements capable of fighting off immune senescence in all branches of your defenses, and use EMRB as your wintertime immune enhancer.