The Discovery of an Allergy Solution: AllQlear
Submitted by Integrative Therapeutics, Inc.
In 1967, Dr. J.C. Truffier observed that farmers (as well as the families of those farmers) who raised quails had experienced support of healthy lung and upper respiratory function. At the time, Dr. Truffier was supervising over 200 medical specialists, and recommended quail egg preparations for support of lung and upper respiratory function. He gave raw quail eggs to his patients, including both adults and children, and observed improvements.
His finding was subsequently investigated in several human clinical trials carried out by a larger group of physicians under the direction of a highly respected French physician Dr. G. Bruttmann. More than 1,000 cases were subsequently monitored by specialists, pediatricians, and primary care physicians, some in a double-blind, placebo-controlled manner. Support of healthy respiratory function was observed in these early clinical studies.
How quail eggs work
Lab testing has identified the main bioactives in quail egg and how it works. These studies suggest that protein fractions contained in the quail egg, specifically ovomucoids and ovoinhibitors, are the primary constituents to help support healthy respiratory function. The constituents also help stabilize mast cells, as shown in animal studies. Because of the two ways that quail egg bioactives work, they provide a more comprehensive approach to respiratory wellness than what is offered by other supplements.
AllQlear fast-acting seasonal support is a proprietary blend of quail egg, which contains ovomucoids that provide a unique mechanism to support healthy stabilization of mast cells. AllQlear is a chewable tablet with a light vanilla flavor.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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