Frequently Asked Questions
Question:
Who should take Imu-Stat?
Answer:
Imu-Stat is an all natural food supplement and considering today's diet, almost everyone could benefit by adding it to their daily diet.

  • People with a need to balance their cholesterol level.

  • People that understand the value of nonsystemic therapy.

  • People with an intolorance for statin drugs.

  • People wanting to increase their energy level.

  • People unable to achieve their LDL ("bad" cholesterol) target with only diet and exercise modifications.

  • People wanting to boost their immune system.

  • People wanting to cleanse their colon to improved absorption of necessary nutrition.

  • People concerned about intestinal toxicity.


Question:
Colds, flu, cancer and arthritic pain, is there anything Imu-Stat can't cure?
Answer:
Yes.
Imu-Stat will not cure any illness or disease.

Imu-Stat simply binds pathagens that enter the digestive tract and eliminates them from the body (see Boost The Immune System Page). This reduces the workload of the immune system. The human body is by nature tremendously resilient, but when so much energy is required to fight pathagens in the digestive tract, the body can become weakened and out-of-balance, opening the door for illnesses and diseases to thrive.

Question:
How much of a reduction in my cholesterol can I expect?
Answer:
Conditions for successfully lowering your cholesterol level will vary with each person depending on diet, exercise and family history. Reductions have been as low as 10 points to well over 150 points in 90 days.

Imu-Stat will not only lower your total cholesterol, but will lower your LDL (the "bad" cholesterol) and raise your HDL (the "good" cholesterol).

You should reach your maximum results within 90 to 120 days. Don't forget, good exercise and proper diet will need to be part of your routine to achieve a healthy, balanced cholesterol level.

Question:
If I take Imu-Stat, should I stop taking my prescription drugs?
Answer:
Completely eliminating or reducing a life time use of statin drugs should be the goal of everyone. However, it is always best to consult your doctor when making such changes. Changing your diet, exercising and adding Imu-Stat to your daily routine could certainly benefit your cholesterol lowering program. If you are experiencing any adverse side effects from statin drugs, you and your doctor may want to consider this plan: Take Imu-Stat for 90 days, reducing your prescription dosage. If your cholesterol continues to lower, cut back on your prescription even more until eventually you have completely eliminated the statin drugs or at least cut your dosage considerably. Your doctor could monitor and best advise you on such a program.

Question:
I would like to take Imu-Stat to boost my immune system. My cholesterol is a healthy 165, is there a possiblity of getting my cholesterol too low?
Answer:
There is no need to worry. Imu-Stat is nonsystemic,working in the intestines only. You can never deplete cholesterol below a healthy level by eliminating cholesterol from your intestines. The liver is capable of producing all the cholesterol necessary for the body to function properly.

Question:
When is the best time to take Imu-Stat?
Answer:
Morning is recommended. The key is to choose a time and be faithful about taking it everyday.

Question:
Is there anyone that should not take Imu-Stat?
Answer:
Yes. Imu-Stat is not recommended for children, pregnant or nursing mothers.

Question:
Can I take Imu-Stat with other medications?
Answer:
Imu-Stat is all natural and nonsystemic, there is no absorption of saponins into the bloodstream. It should not interfer with any medications. Always consult your doctor when you combine any medications.

Question:
Are there any bad side effects with Imu-Stat?
Answer:
No.