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Superlife Immune Care

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  • Product Code: 006
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  • Available Date: Jun 01, 2020


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    Location: Mpumalanga, South Africa
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SIC (SuperLife Immune Care) is a proprietary blend of nature’s finest ingredients, powered with AFA Concentrate and Co-Q10. Our advanced formula associated with stamina and longevity, is documented to support natural release of adult stem cells from bone marrow and increase number of circulating stem cells.


The human body has a natural ability to resist almost all types of organisms or toxins that invaded the body which may cause damage to the body tissues and organs. This ability is called immunity. Much of immunity is acquired immunity that does not develop until after the body is first attacked by a bacterium, virus, or toxin; often weeks or months are required for the immunity to develop. An additional element of immunity that results from general processes, rather than from processes directed at specific disease organisms, is called innate immunity. It includes the following aspects:

  • Phagocytosis of bacteria and other invaders by white blood cells and cells of the tissue macrophage system.
  • Destruction of swallowed organisms by the acid secretions of the stomach and the digestive enzymes.
  • Resistance of the skin to invasion by organisms.
  • Presence in the blood of certain chemicals and cells that attach to foreign organisms or toxins and destroy them. Some of these are
    (1) lysozyme, a mucolytic polysaccharide that attacks bacteria and causes them to dissolute;
    (2) basic polypeptides, which react with and inactivate certain types of gram-positive bacteria;
    (3) the complement complex that will be described later, is a system of about 20 proteins that can be activated in various ways to destroy bacteria; and
    (4) natural killer lymphocytes that can detect and destroy foreign cells, tumor cells, and even some infected cells.

This innate immunity makes the human body resistant to such diseases as some paralytic viral infections of animals, hog cholera, cattle plague, and distemper—a viral disease that kills a large percentage of dogs that become afflicted with it. Conversely, many animals are resistant or even immune to many human diseases, such as poliomyelitis, mumps, human cholera, measles, and syphilis, which are very damaging or even lethal to human beings.


In addition to its natural biological innate immunity, the human body has the ability to develop extremely powerful specific immunity against individual invading agents such as lethal bacteria, viruses, toxins, and even foreign tissues from other animals. This ability is called acquired or adaptive immunity. Acquired immunity is developed by a special immune system that forms antibodies and/or activated lymphocytes that attack and destroy the specific invading organism or toxin.

Acquired immunity usually is able to give a powerful degree of protection to the body. For instance, certain toxins, such as the paralytic botulinum toxin or the tetanizing toxin of tetanus, can be protected against in doses as high as 100,000 times the amount that would be lethal without immunity. It is for this reason that the treatment process known as immunization is so important in protecting human beings against diseases and toxins.


Human body produces two  types of acquired immunity, namely Humoral immunity or B-cell immunity(because B lymphocytes produce the antibodies)and Cell mediated immunity or T-cell immunity(because the activated lymphocytes are T lymphocytes).In the first type, the body develops circulating antibodies, which are globulin molecules in the blood plasma capable of attacking the invading agent.  In the second type, acquired immunity is achieved through formation of large numbers of activated T lymphocytes that are specifically crafted in the lymph nodes to destroy any foreign agent. We shall see shortly that both the antibodies and the activated lymphocytes are formed in the lymphoid tissues of the body.


Since acquired immunities do not develop until after invasion of a foreign organism or toxin, it is clear that the body must have some mechanism for recognizing this invasion. Each toxin or each type of organism almost always contains one or more specific chemical compounds in its makeup that are different from all other compounds. In general, these are proteins or large polysaccharides, and it is they that initiate the acquired immunity. These substances are called antigens (antibody generations).

For a substance to be antigenic, it normally must have a high molecular weight of 8000 or greater. Furthermore, the process of antigenicity usually depends on regularly recurring molecular groups, called epitopes, on the surface of the large molecule. This factor also explains why proteins and large polysaccharides are almost always antigenic, since both of these substances have this stereo-chemical characteristic.


Acquired immunity is the product of the body’s lymphocytes. In instances where people have a genetic lack of lymphocytes or whose lymphocytes have been destroyed by radiation or chemicals, no acquired immunity can develop. Babies born with this malady will die within days after birth, due to fulminating bacterial infection unless they are treated by heroic measures. Therefore, it is clear that the lymphocytes are essential to the survival of the human beings.

The lymphocytes are located most extensively in the lymph nodes, but they are also found in special lymphoid tissues such as the spleen, sub-mucosal areas of the gastrointestinal tract, thymus, and bone marrow. The lymphoid tissue is distributed advantageously in the body to intercept invading organisms or toxins before they can spread too widely.

In most instances, the invading agent first enters the tissue fluid and then is carried by lymph vessels to the lymph node or other lymphoid tissue. For instance, the lymphoid tissue of the gastrointestinal walls is exposed immediately to antigens invading from the gut. The lymphoid tissue of the throat and pharynx (the tonsils and adenoids) is well located to intercept antigens that enter by way of the upper respiratory tract. The lymphoid tissue in the lymph nodes is exposed to antigens that invade the peripheral tissues of the body, and the lymphoid tissue of the spleen, thymus, and bone marrow plays a specific role of intercepting antigenic agents that have succeeded in reaching the circulating blood.


At this point, it is pertinent to highlight the adverse side effect of immunity; that is the development, under some conditions, of allergy or other types of immune hypersensitivity. There are several types of allergies and other hypersensitivities, some of which occur only in people who have specific allergic tendencies.

Delayed-reaction allergy is caused by activated T cells and not by antibodies. In the case of poison ivy, the toxin of poison ivy in itself does not cause much harm to the tissues. However, upon repeated exposure, it does cause the formation of activated helper and cytotoxic T cells. Thus, after subsequent exposure to the poison ivy toxin, within a day or so, the activated T cells diffuse from the circulating blood in large numbers into the skin to respond to the poison ivy toxin. At the same time, these T cells elicit a cell-mediated type of immune reaction.

Considering that this type of immunity can trigger release of many toxic substances from the activated T cells, as well as extensive invasion of the tissues by macrophages along with their subsequent effects, one can well understand that the eventual result of some delayed reaction allergies can cause serious tissue damage. The damage normally occurs in the tissue area where the instigating antigen is present, such as in the skin in the case of poison ivy, or in the lungs to cause lung edema or asthmatic attacks in the case of some airborne antigens.

Some people have an allergic tendency. Their allergies are called atopic allergies because they are caused by a non-ordinary response of the immune system. The allergic tendency is genetically passed from parent to child and is characterized by the presence of large quantities of IgE antibodies in the blood. These antibodies are called reagins or sensitizing antibodies to distinguish them from the more common IgG antibodies. When an allergen (defined as an antigen that reacts specifically with a specific type of IgE reagin antibody) enters the body, an allergen-reagin reaction takes place and a subsequent allergic reaction occurs.


Having established how important the function of immune system is to the wellbeing of our health, therefore boosting our immune system is a priority we must undertake seriously. The immune system does a remarkable job of defending us against pathogens and other micro-organisms that causes diseases. However, sometimes when the immune system is weak, it fails to do its job properly: when this happens, invasion of even the smallest and weakest germ will trigger an illness. Is it possible to intervene in this process and help boost the immune system? Yes it is! There are many ways of doing this.

Thinking of how you can boost your immunity can be very exciting, but the ability to do so has proven elusive for several reasons. The immune system is a complex system. It is a complex organization of different organs all working together to protect the body – it is not a single entity. To function well, there is a need for balance and harmony. Researchers are still studying the intricacies and interconnectedness of the immune response.

At the moment, there are no scientifically proven links between lifestyle and enhanced immune function. However this does not mean that any study about the possible link between the effects of lifestyle on the immune system should be dismissed. Whether factors such as diet, exercise, age, psychological stress, and other factors have an influence on the immune response, are still being explored. In the meantime however, a good way to enhance the capabilities of your immune system would be to adopt general healthy-living strategies. Following general good health guidelines is the single best step you can take toward naturally keeping your immune system strong and healthy. Every part of your body, including your immune system, functions better when protected from environmental assaults and bolstered by healthy-living strategies such as these:

  • Not smoking
  • Eating a diet rich in vegetables and fruits
  • Regular exercise
  • Maintaining a healthy weight
  • Moderating your alcohol intake
  • Getting adequate sleep
  • Taking steps to avoid infection such as frequently washing your hands and cooking your meats properly before consumption.

According to the Harvard University website:

"Many products on store shelves claim to boost or support immunity. But the concept of boosting immunity actually makes little sense scientifically. In fact, boosting the number of cells in your body – immune cells or others is not necessarily a good thing. For instance, athletes who engage in "blood doping” – pumping blood into their systems to boost the number of blood cells and enhance their performance – run the risk of strokes.

Attempting to boost the cells of your immune system is especially complicated because there are many different kinds of cells in the immune system that respond to so many different microbes in a variety of ways. Which cells should you boost? And to what number? This is where SuperLife Immune Care comes into play. You should note that your body continually produces immune cells. To some extent, it produces more than it can possibly use. The extra cells remove themselves through a process called apoptosis – a natural process of cell death. SuperLife Immune Care is made in such a way that it knows how many cells or what the best mix of cells the immune system needs to function at its optimal level.”



SuperLife Immune Care boosts your immune system with a combination of ingredients such as phycocyanin, Wild AFA, Snow Algae extract, Spirulina extract, astaxanthin, chicory fiber, moringa, chlorophyll, coenzyme Q10, guarana extract, vitamin B complex and mixed berries (blueberry, blackcurrant, raspberry and lingonberry). These nutrients provide dietary support for the normal, healthy functioning of the immune system.

You will start to notice a difference in your immunity and resistance to diseases immediately after you start using SuperLife Immune Care.

Super-Life Immune Care has a very simple formula consisting essential ingredients that’ll give your colon the best care it needs. Below is an overview of the essential ingredients that make up our product and their verified health benefits.


The Wildlife AFA component of SuperLife Immune Care is a whole-cell wild Aphanizomenon flos-aquae cyanobacteria containing a wide assortment of vital nutrients. These nutrients include protein of very high quality and a variety of vitamins and minerals. Also present in Wild AFA are bioactive molecules, essential and unique polysaccharides, carotenoids, and phenylethylamine. Wildlife AFA is rich in nutrients hence serves as an excellent nutritional supplement.

Health benefits of Wildlife AFA include:

  • Contains unique polysaccharides that supports the immune system.
  • Contains phenylethylamine that helps enhance feelings of well-being.
  • Being rich in antioxidants, it provides protection against free radicals.
  • Contains phytonutrients, amino acids, PUFA’s and trace minerals.

AFA is primarily made of soft proteins that can easily be digested by our intestinal bacteria. AFA wildlife contains approximately 60 percent protein. Eighteen amino acids are present in Wildlife AFA. The protein and amino acids in AFA exists in amino acids peptide forms and also as glycoproteins which are easily absorbed. Therefore, it is easy to digest and consume. Additionally, neurotransmitters for brain health can be produced from AFA protein more easily and swiftly due to how easy it is to digest it.

AFA helps build up the blood counts. It has a rich chlorophyll content, which is essential in blood building due to the presence of the pyrol ring in it. This pyrol ring is very similar to that found in hemoglobin. Chlorophyll helps combat leukemia and other forms of skin and liver cancer. It also helps to deodorize the bowels. Being a primary part of SuperLife Immune Care, you will benefit greatly from these essential properties.


Moringa oleifera is a plant that has been well-known for its healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds. Moringa reduce inflammation in the body by producing anti-inflammatory substances. Research has revealed that isothiocyanates (present in moringa leaves, pods and seed) are helpful in combating inflammation. Moringa seed oil is have beneficial effect on hair as it contains antioxidants that combat against free radicals. Moringa is rich in protein and other hydrating elements that enhances the repair of skin cells.  Moringa seed oil can be used to treat certain skin infections and sores. The anti-inflammatory properties of moringa reduces edema and swelling of legs. It also contains many detoxifying elements that prevent liver damage caused by toxins and alcohol.

Moringa extracts reduces oxidative stress, thereby prevent development of cancer. It also contains niazimicin, which restrict the process of carcinogenesis.  This compound also reduces thickening of blood vessels with age, thereby reducing blood pressure.  Moringa extracts can be used to cure constipation, gastritis, and ulcerative colitis. It possesses antibacterial properties that can restrict growth of various gut bacteria. Moringa extracts are particularly very helpful in treating certain intestinal infections caused by Salmonella and E. coli. Moringa leaves are rich in calcium and phosphorous which can strengthen bones and teeth. It is also used to treat arthritis and bone infections.

Moringa helps to reduce the glucose in the blood and is very helpful for chronic diabetic patients.  According to one research including 30 participants, intake of 7 grams of moringa leaf powder each day for three months decreases fasting blood sugar levels by 13.5%. Moringa extract contains vast number of antioxidants that are helpful in detoxifying kidneys and reducing the incidence of kidney stones. It is also beneficial in lowering cholesterol in the blood.


Chlorophyll is a green pigment that is used by the plants to absorb light from the sun. As an essential part of SIC, it possesses lot of vitamins, antioxidants and minerals which are extremely helpful in keeping a person healthy. Chlorophyll possesses anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. Chlorophyll has been used in treatment of mild to moderate acne. Liquid chlorophyll can cause increased production of red blood cells. It is particularly helpful for the patients of thalassemia. One study revealed that intake of wheatgrass (which contains about 70 percent chlorophyll) by the patients of thalassemia resulted in decreased need for repeated transfusion.

Chlorophyll can also decrease the incidence of hepatic and stomach.  It can also contribute in losing body weight. Research suggest that this beneficial effect is due to its cholesterol lowering properties.

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