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How Much Transfer
Point Beta-1,3D Glucan (Glucan 300®) Should I Take?
That depends on your immune system*, what you are dealing
with, and your body weight. Everyone’s
immune system is different. Your
immune system is also changing constantly.
The information below will give you some guidance.
Current research suggests an effective dosage to range
from 2mg-25mg of Beta-1,3D Glucan per kilogram (kg) of weight. Depending on your current situation, you
may benefit taking more or less of a daily dose.
To find your optimum dose, first convert pounds to
kilograms (2.2 lbs. = 1 kg). For
example, if you weighed 220 lbs., then you would weigh 100 kg. This means you would want to take at least
200 mg of Beta-1,3D Glucan everyday, but no more than 2500 mg everyday (research
shows if you were to take more than 25 mg per kilogram, there would be no
*Remember, it is your immune system, not Beta-1,3D Glucan
that addresses any problems.
Beta Glucan Dosage:
Recommended Maintenance Dose:
1/100mg Beta-1,3D Glucan (Glucan #300) for every 50 lbs.
of body weight.
Recommended Dose for more serious health issues:
1/500mg Beta-1,3D Glucan (Glucan #300) for every 50 lbs.
of body weight.
To maximize the benefits of Beta Glucan (Glucan # 300), you should
always take your Beta-1,3D Glucan on an empty stomach. Wait at least 30 minutes before eating or
drinking anything. An ample amount
of pure water should be used to swallow the capsule. (No coffee, tea,
Normally, simple sugars would be broken down in the digestive
system, converted to glucose, and used for energy. This does not occur with a long chain
polysaccharide like Beta Glucan.
The polysaccharide is carried across the lining of the small
intestine into the lymphatic system.
It is lined with enterones and enterocytes. They produce a sticky substance on their
surface called glycocalix or “the fuzz”.
In this glycocalix, binding sites (receptors) sit ready to grab the
Beta Glucan. From the lymphatic
system, the Beta Glucan is carried into the blood stream. This process is called endocytosis or
pinocytosis. – A.J. Lanigan,
Formulator Transfer Point Beta-1,3D Glucan
Nothing can take the place
of a healthy immune system. When it functions properly, the body has all
the ammunition it needs to combat disease and illness.
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