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ValAsta for Autoimmune Diseases

Updated: Oct 5, 2023

ValAsta could play a huge role in the management of autoimmune diseases. Autoimmune disease affects 23.5 million Americans, and nearly 80 percent of those are women. The immune system is the body’s defense system when the body senses danger from a virus or infection. The immune system kicks into high gear and attacks it. This is called an immune response. Normally, when the human body encounters a germ, the immune system attacks the invader and then stands down. But sometimes, that orderly group of immune cells wielding molecular weapons of free radicals (ROS) gets out of control, changing from well-trained soldiers into an unruly, dangerous mob creating a hyperactive immune reaction leading to an autoimmune condition. ROS causes degradation of the immune cell membranes, resulting in decreased efficiency. Free radicals can also attack T lymphocytes and B lymphocytes. When these two immune cells are attacked by free radicals, the entire immune system is affected. Astaxanthin can neutralize the ROS, stabilize the immune cell membrane structure, and enhance immunity by protecting the integrity of various immune cells. Scientific studies and clinical research have analyzed the effectiveness of astaxanthin as an anti-inflammatory. Many of these studies have shown that astaxanthin can help to regulate and improve the immune system response, in as little as 30 days as measured by a decrease in hsCRP.


Valasta Store is an online store dedicated to helping everyone suffering from inflammatory conditions and health conditions arising out of oxidative stress. We are not a licensed medical office and do not treat, diagnose, or claim to cure any disease or health condition. Opinions given are those of the presenter and NOT intended as a diagnosis.


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