Always take Immune Intensive with food.
Immune Intensive contains high doses of fat-soluble nutrients. Monitor your levels of these nutrients via a lab test with your health professional. If you are currently taking Accutane or other retinoid-based medications, please talk to your qualified healthcare practitioner before considering the use of Immune Intensive.
Not suitable for children under 4 years of age. For children of any age, please speak with a qualified healthcare professional who can determine an appropriate dose or whether Immune Intensive is safe for them to take.
If you are being treated for any condition or are currently taking any medications, consult with your healthcare professional before considering the use of Immune Intensive.
For pregnant and breastfeeding women, please talk to your qualified healthcare professional before considering the use of Immune Intensive as Immune Intensive has not been tested for safety in these groups.
Side Effects of Immune Intensive include but are not limited to:
- Sleep changes
- Poor appetite
- Stomach pain or cramping
- Muscle stiffness or decreased activity
If you believe that you are experiencing any adverse reactions, please see your healthcare professional immediately and discontinue use. Each individual may react differently to any product or supplement due to lifestyle, genetics, and preexisting conditions.
These side-effects are more likely if the recommended dosage is exceeded, if you are taking too high of a serving, or if taken on an empty stomach. Always take Immune Intensive with food. Dr. Ben Lynch recommends starting with a small dose and only working your way up if needed.
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