Normalize and Modulate Your Immune System with PLANT-BASED Product
The Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM formulation contains the highest available concentration of sterols and sterolins, which are expertly extracted from specially selected plant-seed sprouts. Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM do not act as a drug and is not a steroid. This product merely normalizes the immune system and then the immune system does what it does, it keeps you healthy. It effectively helps to normalize and modulate your immune system. The product has also been shown to reduce cholesterol. It also reduces inflammation thereby reducing pain.
The bio-availability of the sterols and sterolins should be viewed as essential. Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM has been shown to correct or modify many cases of immune and autoimmune diseases.
Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM from My Doctors Orders, LLCTM can be safely taken with other medications without any harmful interactions. It has no side effects since it is extracted from plant sprouts. There is no danger in taking too much. If you can use sprouts on your salad you can safely use this product.
*Note, Exception: Ultimate Sterols & Sterolins will normalize your diabetes. As your diabetes normalizes, be sure to withdraw your diabetic medication to avoid causing a hypoglycemic condition.
Origins in Africa
South African medicine men have used sterols and sterolins to benefit the native population for hundreds of years. They were known to be concentrated in the sprouts of the wild African potato. It is shown that many of our domestic plants provide sprouts that are equally as potent as the sprouts of the wild African potato.
Sterols in Popular Foods
Many food producers in the US are beginning to add only sterols to some of their food products. The amounts of the sterols being added to these products are not enough to significantly modulate the immune system. To be effective, sterols also need sterolins in order to be included in the regimen.
How to Take Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM
If you have a compromised immune system, it is beneficial to initially flood your system with Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM. For two weeks or longer, you should take four to six capsules twice a day with an 8 oz. glass of water on an empty stomach in the morning and at night. Your body will absorb it like a sponge. Once you begin to sense that your symptoms are inevitably affected, begin to reduce the dosage to three or more capsules a day. It is possible to receive a reversal of symptoms taking just three capsules a day from the beginning of treatment. However, it may take longer to obtain the full benefits, so we recommend continuing a maintenance regimen of three capsules a day. Some customers who have a normal immune system take a regular regimen of Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM to be assured of a healthy future.
You may take as many as 12 capsules a day in severe cases. It is important that you take both sterols and sterolins together in order to be effective. You cannot overdose with Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM.
If you are intending to advise your medical provider regarding your use of Sterolins and Sterolins, many providers are not familiar with Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM . Please suggest that they visit this website to bring them up to date.
Results Vary Based on Your Immune System's Response
The high concentration of Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM has produced the results reported by users in the User Reports section of our website. However, since the response of everyone's immune system to these types of products is different, the experiences reported do not necessarily imply that you will receive similar results.
Effective Treatment for a Range of Conditions
133 double-blind placebo studies have been conducted on the use of sterols and sterolins, and more than 100 studies have been published. Over 25,000 people have been tested in clinical trial studies using both sterols and sterolins, with extraordinary and incredible results.
Common Immune System Diseases
• LDL Cholesterol Reduction
• Prostate Cancer
• Tumors of the Colon
• Regeneration of Certain Immune System Functions
• Viral Infections
• Most Cancers
• Coronary Disease
• Cardiovascular Disease
• T-Cells in HIV/AIDS
• Cortisol Production
• Sport Injuries
Autoimmune System Diseases
• Graves' Disease
|• Hashimoto's Disease
• Lupus (SLE)
|• Multiple Sclerosis
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
LEARN HOW OUR HEALTH PRODUCTS KEEP YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM IN TOP SHAPE
When the human and animal immune system is operating normally, it is the shield that keeps the body healthy and prevents diseases from invading it. Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM from My Doctors Orders, LLCTM helps to normalize a compromised immune system.
To better understand how these situations in which the body attacks itself can lead to an autoimmune disease, you must know some of the basics of immunology, such as the various organs, the cells they produce, and the roles these cells play in protecting us from illness.
IMMUNOLOGY BASICS INCLUDE
Bone Marrow: The location within our bones where immune cells are derived.
Thymus: A flat, pinkish gray gland, located in the upper chest in front of the heart, where T-cells pass through and mature.
Lymphatic System: Made up of lymphatic vessels, lymph fluid, bone marrow, lymph nodes, spleen, and tonsils and is critical in the elimination of toxic waste from tissues.
T-Cells: Considered the "warriors of the immune system," these cells mature in the thymus, enabling each T-cell to recognize only one of millions of antigens. T-cells then migrate into the lymphatic system and circulate in the blood.
B-Cells: Immune cells that are produced in the bone marrow and then secrete antibodies.
KEEPING YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM HEALTHY
How do you keep the immune system active and healthy? All of the books essentially say the same thing — simply by living well. "Living well" involves common sense practices, such as eating a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, exercising, drinking alcohol only in moderation, and avoiding stress. A few additional tips for keeping the immune system healthy include:
• Avoid or Prevent Exposure to Environmental Toxins, Such as Mercury, Poisons, and Heavy Metals
• Avoid Taking Unnecessary Drugs
• Understand That Diet Can Influence Your Immune System, so Choose Your Foods Wisely
• Have Sex — Sexual Activity Is Found to Be Good for the Immune System Because It Activates the Hormones That Are Regulated by the Act of Having Sex and Helps Maintain a Healthy Hormone Balance
TYPES OF IMMUNE SYSTEM DISEASES
The discussion that follows outlines some of the abnormal situations that allow many immune system diseases. A compromised immune system allows many undesirable diseases to occur. Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM will normalize your compromised immune system and prevent diseases from invading your body.
When discussing autoimmune diseases, the role played by T-cells is of great importance. As Dr. Patrick Bouic and Lorna Vanderhaeghe explain in their book, The Immune System Cure, T-cells are taught to recognize the difference between invading cells ("non-self") and our own cells ("self"). Normally, the immune system attacks only substances and infections that are thought of as foreigners, such as invaders from outside the body, or cancer cells made within the body. However, sometimes the immune system may be confused and attack healthy body cells.
SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (SLE)
SLE (often referred to simply as lupus) is a chronic, autoimmune disease that affects various parts of the body, particularly the skin, blood, glands, kidneys, lungs, and heart. It is caused by an overactive immune system that produces antibodies that attack the body's own organs, joints, and tendons. The result is the formation of the immune cell complexes that build up in various tissues, causing pain, inflammation, and eventual injury or destruction.
In her book Living Well with Autoimmune Disease, Mary Shomon writes, "For most, lupus is considered a mild condition, affecting only a few organs. For others, however, it may not take such a simple course and may trigger serious, even life-threatening, conditions."
Lupus can occur at any age, and while it is found in both men and women, the disease is 10 to 15 times more common in women.
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS (RA)
RA is a widespread and disabling autoimmune disease that affects the joints and muscles. Most frequently, the free-moving joints, such as the small joints of the hands, knees, ankles, hips, elbows, wrists, and shoulders, are targeted.
In RA, our body launches an autoimmune attack on the synovial membranes (the tissue that lines and cushions the joints), leading to inflammation, thickening, and pain. As this process continues, the pain and swelling increase, and ultimately can result in destruction and deformity of the bones.
Sterols and sterolins found in Ultimate Sterols & SterolinsTM are shown to modulate the immune system and reduce inflammation, thereby producing a normal immune system status that influences the prevention of diseases and/or the healing of existing immune and autoimmune diseases.
References for further information regarding the immune system:
• The Immune System Cure by Lorna R. Vanderhaeghe and Patrick J.D. Bouic, Ph.D. Penguin Books; Ontario, Canada. 1999
• Living Well with Autoimmune Disease by Mary J. Shomon, Harper Collins; New York, New York; 2002.
• Women and Autoimmune Disease by Robert G. Lahita, MD, Ph.D., Regan Books; New York, New York; 2004.
• "Hormonal Pattern in Women Affected by Rheumatoid Arthritis" by Rossella Valentino, MD, et al., J Endocrinal Invest, 1993.
• "Intraarticular Progesterone: Effects of a Local Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis" by Miguel Cuchacovich, MD, et al.; J Rheumatol, 1988.
• "Menopause, Sex Hormones and the Immune System" by Sarit Aschkenazi, MD, et al.; Menopause Management, March/April 2000.
• "DHEA for Lupus" by Kay Shaver, Pharm D: Pharmacists Letter/Prescriber's Letter, 2000.
• "Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis with Pregnancy Hormone Estriol" by Nancy L. Sicotte, MD, et al.; Am Neurol, 2002.
• "Progesterone Synthesis and Myelin Formation by Schwann Cells" by Herbert L. Koenig, Ph.D., et al.; Science, 1995.
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