Immune Innovation
Dietary supplements are regulated by the FDA as food, not as drugs. However, many dietary supplements contain ingredients that have strong biological effects which may conflict with a medicine you are taking or a medical condition you may have.

Dietary supplements are products intended to supplement the diet. They are not medicines and are not intended to treat, diagnose, mitigate, prevent, or cure diseases.

Malnutrition or a diet lacking in one or more nutrients can impair the production and activity of immune cells and antibodies. Chronic diseases: Autoimmune and immunodeficiency disorders attack and potentially disable immune cells.

Immune cell function and metabolism are closely linked. Many studies have now clearly demonstrated that alterations in cellular metabolism influence immune cell function and that, conversely, immune cell function determines the cellular metabolic state. Less well understood, however, are the effects of systemic metabolism or whole organism nutritional status on immune cell function and metabolism. Several studies have demonstrated that undernutrition is associated with immunosuppression, which leads to both increased susceptibility to infection and protection against several types of autoimmune disease, whereas overnutrition is associated with low-grade, chronic inflammation that increases the risk of metabolic and cardiovascular disease, promotes autoreactivity, and disrupts protective immunity. Here, we review the effects of nutritional status on immunity and highlight the effects of nutrition on circulating cytokines and immune cell populations in both human studies and mouse models. As T cells are critical members of the immune system, which direct overall immune response, we will focus this review on the influence of systemic nutritional status on T cell metabolism and function. Several cytokines and hormones have been identified which mediate the effects of nutrition on T cell metabolism and function through the expression and action of key regulatory signaling proteins. Understanding how T cells are sensitive to both inadequate and overabundant nutrients may enhance our ability to target immune cell metabolism and alter immunity in both malnutrition and obesity.

If you have been told that your blood work is “normal” keep in mind that this means that your results fall within the average range for a man or a woman your age – this does not compare you to healthier or younger ranges. We will compare your blood results to “healthy” and not merely “normal” ranges.

The right tests for you depends on at least these factors: age and genetics, lifestyle including diet, stress levels and sleep hygiene, past and current health history, results of prior tests (important to put it all together), the types and dosages of nutritional supplements that you may take, your medications and other factors.

Based upon your health history as well as your current health issues and goals, our team will determine which lab tests he feels could make a difference either in your diagnosis or approach to your health problems.

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We can treat all autoimmune disorders through vital nutritional supplements, we have created a real solution to treat the following:

Autoimmune diseases are the result of the immune system accidentally attacking your body instead of protecting it. It's clear for SSMS team, why your immune system does this. There are over 100 known autoimmune diseases. Common ones include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, HIVs, coronaviruses diseases, and more.

We Innovated a biological nutritional supplement that develops the body's immunity against coronavirus infection, and enables the body to recover quickly when infected with SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).

SARS-CoV-2 could attack important organs of the immune system, such as the bone marrow, spleen and thymus gland. Excessive levels of cytokines, such as TNF-alpha, could cause cells of the immune system to invoke a self-destruct mechanism (apoptosis).

The ongoing SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic has presented many difficult and unique challenges to the medical community. We describe a case of a middle-aged COVID-19-positive man who presented with pulmonary oedema and acute respiratory failure. He was initially diagnosed with acute respiratory distress syndrome. Later in the hospital course, his pulmonary oedema and respiratory failure worsened as result of severe acute mitral valve regurgitation secondary to direct valvular damage from COVID-19 infection. The patient underwent emergent surgical mitral valve replacement. Pathological evaluation of the damaged valve was confirmed to be secondary to COVID-19 infection. The histopathological findings were consistent with prior cardiopulmonary autopsy sections of patients with COVID-19 described in the literature as well as proposed theories regarding ACE2 receptor activity. This case highlights the potential of SARS-CoV-2 causing direct mitral valve damage resulting in severe mitral valve insufficiency with subsequent pulmonary oedema and respiratory failure.

Alternatively, COVID-19 can spark a cytokine storm, an aggressive immune system response that is meant to kill the virus but can also severely damage healthy heart tissue.” COVID-19, a respiratory virus damages the heart, the virus can enter heart cells, where it causes inflammation. Over time, that inflammation can affect the inner surfaces of veins and arteries and damage blood vessels, potentially creating clots that compromise blood flow. “Heart complications can affect anyone who has had COVID-19, even those who were asymptomatic.