immunizeLabs Review – Sponsored Post

I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.

Ever since I became chronically sick, I have noticed that I and colds are usually found hand in hand, hanging out together.  Usually, we are hanging out for a little bit longer of time than need be but it’s the kind of relationship I like. Lasting long and in-depth.  But I don’t exactly like to be sick, so when the opportunity to try this product came up, I jumped at the chance to try it to give my body a chance of not having any more of these long-term relationships. So let’s see if it worked.

immunizeLabs came to light after the founders, Christine and Pascal, found that being sick was more a way of life than it was to be healthy. Christine was diagnosed with CFS/ME (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and told that her sick body would never carry a baby full term.  With the help of her husband, Pascal, the two set out on a journey to boost Christine’s immune system and nurse her back to health, coming up with the supplements that they soon were giving to friends and family. Soon producing the product and helping others come back from the brink of sickness, less amount of time or not getting sick at all.

What is immunizeLabs? According to their website, they state that is “immunizeLabs is a new perspective on how to deal with chronic illnesses and help boost your natural immune defense, reducing the chances of getting sick”. immunizeLabs definition is to make a person immune to infection by combining science with nature to naturally boost your immune system. I kept reading “naturally boosting” your own immune system.  This is very important to me that it wasn’t just masking the symptoms and actually helping me stay healthier.

I received the Boost, PainRelief, and Shield.  I was very excited about the Boost and the Shield, but the PainRelief, I was a little more concerned about.  It claims to help block inflammation and I have to be careful with this.  You see, years of suffering from Ulcerative Colitis, I have come to find that anti-inflammatories cause a flare up with my Colitis. I decided to try the Boost and the Shield, which are two other areas that I need help in, especially after just having back surgery.  My lack of immune system has been predominant in my health lately. I was excited to start these two.


immunizeLab Boost

Boost is said to be a cellular health boosting formula to help “boost” the immune system from both viral and bacterial illnesses. This is taken best in the morning or right after a workout. Start with 1 teaspoon mixed with water or apple juice.The directions are simple and some of the ingredients provide increased cellular energy, has anti-coagulation effects that lower serum cholesterol in obstructive jaundice, biliary cirrhosis, pancreatitis, cystic fibrosis, celiac disease, Whipple’s disease, and Crohn’s disease.


immunizeLabs Shield

Shield is an immune boosting and again is simple to take. It is taken the same way as Boost and with water or apple juice and in the morning or after a workout. The benefits of  Shield:

  • helps block inflammation, preventing pain
  • enhances blood circulation, reducing pain and inflammation
  • keeps you limber and more flexible
  • relaxes sore muscles preventing inflammation
  • boost the immune system by regulating the formation of antibodies and immune complexes
  • boosts cellular energy

Both products seem to help me stay healthy for the month of March. I do have the flu as I am writing this but it is probably because of my kids bringing that home from school.  I do believe that this has made my immune system stronger as I was over the flu in less time that I would normally.

mmunizeLab, I believe have a good thing going here and those of us that suffer from chronic illnesses should be taking care of ourselves this way.  We fight for our diseases, its time that we start to help our bodies fight harder.  I would strongly suggest this for those of us with chronic illness.  Time is now to take care of yourself, let immunizeLabs help you with that.

Update:  After taking this for a month, and coming down with the flu at the end of the month, I feel that immunizeLabs products may not have prevented me from getting the flu.  But it was able to help me cut the time down to considerable less than 24 hours.  I believe that without taking Boost and Shield, I would have suffered from the flu longer like my kids and husband.  I am also now looking into putting my 14-year-old daughter on it as she has chronic illnesses, including a congenital heart defect.  Being that it is natural as its states, there should be no issues with putting her on it.  I am conferring with her physicians to see if this is possible.




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