"We showed that the product is safe according to protein, bilirubin, and liver function tests, and that RBAC is capable of true immunomodulation, not stimulation or suppression," said Dr. Lewis. "In other words, the immune factors that we analyzed showed bi-directional, transient responses in people who were healthy without chronic disease," Dr. Lewis added.
"Our results are valid based on the statistical analysis that we performed in the study and appear to be consistent with the findings of other investigators as well," said Dr. Lewis.
The study was sponsored by Gardena, CA-based Daiwa Health Development. RBAC product for this study was supplied by Daiwa Health Development.
Dr. Aaron H. Wolfson, M.D., professor and vice chairman of the department of radiation oncology at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, co-author in the study, and a proponent of RBAC since 2002, added, "we are eagerly looking to expand the use of RBAC in patients with end stage solid tumors (cancers) in the near future in a phase one trial as a preliminary study to evaluate PeakImunne4 as a potential therapeutic agent in treating these terminal patients."
RBAC is manufactured by Daiwa Health Development, and sold commercially as PeakImmune4®, an essential, broad spectrum immune support dietary supplement providing vital antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action. RBAC is a polysaccharide dietary fiber derived from rice bran and is modified by an enzyme from Shiitake mushrooms using a patented biotechnology process.
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