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Immuno-T LPT

Immuno-T LPT contains the main active ingredient in green tea: a plant-based organic compound known as epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). This phytonutrient is often recognized as the source of green tea’s potential benefits to whole body health. These benefits include antioxidant support, potential neuroprotection, reduced inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. Immuno-T LPT is a professional grade chewable nutraceutical tablet that has been expertly developed with liposome platform technology (LPT). This technology provides a protective sheath around each EGCG molecule for enhanced bioavailability (absorbability), durability and efficacy.

The Ingredients

Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)

EGCG belongs to a class of plant-based organic chemical compounds known as catechins, which are actually a subclass of phytonutrients referred to as polyphenols. EGCG can be found naturally in a variety of dietary sources that include berries, grapes and wine, but higher concentrations of this compound can be found in green tea, coffee and black tea. Immuno-T has been developed to provide more focused support of comprehensive wellness by only including EGCG, which is the main active ingredient in green tea, without the caffeine that is found in green tea.


In addition to being recognized for its strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, EGCG has been lauded for supporting other aspects of optimal whole body health, including proper cognitive, immune and cardiovascular function.

The Science

A well-balanced diet consisting of fruits, vegetables and proteins has always been viewed as the best way to provide the human body with vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that can support the various processes and functions that contribute to whole body health. Eastern medicine, which is also referred to as Ayurvedic medicine, has long utilized these same dietary sources to support comprehensive wellness in addition to a variety of herbs and spices that contain certain plant-based organic chemical compounds. Green tea, made from the leaves of the Camellia sinesis plant, has been lauded for its powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These supportive properties have been attributed to a class of organic chemical compounds known as polyphenols, but many experts believe that the majority of these supportive traits can be traced to one specific chemical compound called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). This plant-based compound, which belongs to a subclass of polyphenols known as catechins, has been recognized for supporting multiple facets of comprehensive wellness, including optimal immune function, oxidative response, cognitive function, inflammatory response and cardiovascular function.

Immune Health

EGCG has been recognized for its ability to support optimal immune system function, mostly due to its powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Oxidative stress is the result of the chaotic activity that revolves around unstable free radical oxidant molecules attempting to bond with more stable molecules and atoms. Oxidative stress often leads to a variety of symptoms and health conditions that can have a negative influence on whole body health, including inflammation and reduced immune function. With its potent antioxidant properties, EGCG has been known to support healthy immune function.

Inflammation has long been attributed to a wide range of symptoms and conditions throughout the body, especially in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. While inflammation in the GI tract can lead to a variety of inflammatory bowel conditions, it can also have a devastating effect on immune function due to the fact that the majority of the body’s immune cells reside in the gut. EGCG has shown an ability to support an optimal inflammatory response throughout the body, which can then support healthy immune system function.

EGCG has shown the potential to provide further support for proper immune function by enhancing the function of T-cells throughout the body. With T-cells functioning at an optimal level, the body is better equipped to fight infections and harmful bacteria.

Cognitive Health

EGCG and other catechins have also shown the potential to support multiple facets of optimal cognitive function. EGCG has displayed powerful neuroprotective properties by supporting optimal memory and reducing the risk of dementia and other types of cognitive decline.

EGCG has also been recognized for its ability to support both optimal mood regulation and stress response. By promoting feelings of calm and reducing stress, this catechin can support enhanced attention span, focus and clarity.

Cardiovascular Function

EGCG has also been recognized for its ability to support healthy cardiovascular function through multiple avenues. The first avenue is ECGC’s positive influence on cholesterol levels, as it has shown an ability to reduce levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. Elevated levels of LDL cholesterol have been connected to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, earning it the nickname “bad cholesterol”.

EGCG and other catechins have also been recognized for their ability to support the healthy production of nitric oxide. This particular chemical is known to enlarge the blood vessels, which can then lead to reduced blood pressure.

Supplementing With EGCG

For centuries, men and women have been able to provide their bodies with supportive catechins simply by drinking green tea. Unfortunately, drinking green tea also provides the body with caffeine. While caffeine can provide the body with an energy boost, high levels of caffeine can also lead to a wide range of unpleasant side effects that include elevated heartbeat, sleep loss, headache and muscle tremors. Furthermore, the caffeine in green tea actually has the potential to counteract the feelings of calm provided by EGCG and other catechins provided by the green tea.