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T Cell Count

T-lymphocytes are a subset of white blood cells that mediate active immunity, and their reduction with immunosuppressants precedes an increased risk of getting sick. Conversely, elevating T-cells is thought to support the immune system (but may aggravate autoimmune disorders).

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Multiple studies where at least two are double-blind and placebo controlled
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Although there is some evidence to suggest an immunosuppressive effect on T cells, most evidence suggest no significant effect. When the immunosuppresion does occur, it is due to the EPA content
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In otherwise healthy individuals, colostrum does not alter overall levels of T cells relative to baseline or control proteins.
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There do not appear to be any significant influence on the overall count of T Lymphocytes (collectively referring to Th1 and Th2 cells) with hesperidin supplementation.

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