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The Silent Killer

Almost every major health challenge known today has one thing in common: underlying chronic inflammation.


If you're suffering with serious health challenges, it's likely that excessive inflammation is an underlying cause. Even the aging process can be accelerated when inflammation runs rampant.



Above all, inflammation is an immune response.

Since 70% of your immune system is located in your digestive tract, chronic inflammation commonly starts in the gut. In fact, your microbiome is home to trillions of bacteria.

Click Here to Learn More About the Microbiome

Think about it, every time you ingest food, you introduce new bacteria to your digestive system. When your gut's immune system (GALT) is bombarded with bad bacteria, your immune system responds by releasing excessive amounts of pro-inflammatory cytokines.

While inflammation is part of a natural immune response, it is meant to operate in a localized area. When inflammation persists throughout the body, your own immune response can actually deter your health in many ways:

  • For instance, inflammation increases tissue permeability, allowing bacteria to move through gaps in the tissue boundary and enter your bloodstream.

  • Additionally, inflammation causes increased blood flow and tissue swelling.

In a localized area, this serves to restrict movement around the affected area, so the immune cells can properly heal the infection. However, when this occurs throughout the body as in the case of chronic inflammation, it results in high blood pressure, escalating to heart, brain, eye and kidney damage in the long run.


Conditions ranging from allergies and arthritis to neurological disorders, autoimmune diseases and even cancer, all have been linked to this type of persistent, systemic inflammation.

Read: "How Inflammation Affects Every Aspect of Your Health"

Digestive Process


By reducing your exposure to inflammatory triggers and supplementing your immune system with i26 immune factors, you can help your body achieve optimal homeostasis.


Steps To a Healthy Lifestyle




Try to go to bed and wake up on a normal cycle, so your immune system can recharge regularly.


Cut back on foods high in salt, sugar and carbohydrates. All of these increase immune sensitivity and disrupt bacterial populations in the gut.

Click Here to Watch a Video: How Gut Microbes Work for Your Health


Engage in aerobic exercise at least 20 mins per day to reduce blood pressure, improve your immune function, and strengthen your heart and lungs.

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-Take i26 Every Day-


i26 contains specific immune factors to help your body restore homeostasis and control inflammatory stress. When you take i26 every day, you supplement your immune system with the regulatory proteins it needs to function properly.

Need some variety in your daily routine?

Try some of these mouth-watering recipes for a new twist on your i26!

Gluten-Free Vegan S'mores Bars
Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie
Magic Marshmallow Bars
Choco-Nut Banana Shake
Best Lemon Cheesecake
Powerhouse Fruit Smoothie
Overnight Pumpkin Oats
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