Alli-what? It's not garlic. It's the proactive protein that makes garlic great. Allicin. Nature's proven antimicrobial agent.
Why? Garlic is a superfood. Simple as that. The crushed kind has been found to help crush infections, reduce blood lipids, improve heart health and stimulate the immune system.
But how? To get the abovementioned benefits, you'd have to put away platefuls of garlic on a regular basis. Not so practical, or palatable. And that's where The Real Thing Alli-Biotic comes in.
FACT: Most garlic supplements don't contain allicin - only its precursors, which don't guarantee the protein itself. The Real Thing Alli-Biotic contains the real thing itself - Allisure®, a concentrated, stabilised, clinically proven allicin extract. Enough adjectives for you?
WHAT IS ALLICIN?
It isn't automatically available in garlic cloves. Rather, it's a product of the plant's inbuilt self-defence system. For emergency purposes only. Here's how it happens...
3. ALLICIN ATTACKS THE INVADER. The allicin produced in response to the damage immediately gets to fighting the infection.
THE MESSAGE: If the garlic is not broken it won't fix you
Ever noticed that garlic doesn't smell like garlic until it's been crushed, cut or processed? Why? Because intact garlic cloves (like most garlic supplements) contain lots of alliin and allinase, but you need the active allicin to get the garlic effect.
FACT: Allicin works hard to protect a garlic plant from various infections. That's why, in its concentrated form, it can also be used to help protect you.
HOW DOES IT HELP?
1. ANTI-INFECTION. According to the UK's Garlic Information Centrestudies consistently show that stabilised allicin can help fight infections caused by bacteria, fungi and even viruses. Like what?
2. PRO-HEART HEALTH
3. PRO-IMMUNE BALANCE
WHAT MAKES ALLI-BIOTIC THE REAL THING?
HE SAID IT: €œWe would not expect any other commercially available garlic extract to work as well as Allisure®. Simply because they either do not contain any allicin or they rely on your body making it, which often doesn't happen or sometimes produces a very low yield of allicin.€ Dr Ronald R Cutler, deputy director of biomedical science, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London
HOW DO YOU TAKE IT?
Take 2 capsules daily, or consult your health practitioner.
NOTE: Taking too much garlic can hinder blood clotting. If taking anticoagulants or about to undergo surgery, consult your health professional before taking any garlic supplement. Garlic can also cause reactions in people who are allergic.