What is Wellmune?
Wellmune® is a leading yeast beta glucan clinically proven to help strengthen your immune system. Added to everyday foods, beverages and supplements, Wellmune allows you to be well and stay well.
Daily use of Wellmune helps support a strong and healthy immune system.
What type of beta glucan is Wellmune?
Beta glucans are naturally found in foods such as baker’s yeast, shiitake mushrooms, and cereal grains, like barley, oats, rye, and wheat. Wellmune is a yeast beta 1,3/1,6 glucan. Using a proprietary process, Wellmune is extracted from the cell wall of a proprietary strain of baker’s yeast. Highly purified, Wellmune is gluten-free.
When I’m healthy, I feel I’m at my best... I can live life to the fullest, set and achieve my goals.
Wellmune is part of a healthy lifestyle and is:
- Safe and can be taken daily.
- Kosher, Halal, gluten-free, non-allergenic, and available in Non-GMO Project Verified.
- A patented and award-winning global brand.
- Available in hundreds of products around the world.
Wellmune is the ‘hero ingredient’, given its deep portfolio of peer-reviewed, published human clinical research demonstrating efficacy for everyday immune support and upper respiratory health.- Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, Director of Category Management Twinlab Corp.
For product manufacturers, innovation starts with Wellmune.
Wellmune is designed for functional foods, beverages and supplements that give consumers immunity benefits. With regulatory approval in major markets around the world, including GRAS status in the U.S. and novel food approval in Europe and China, Wellmune is safe and clinically-supported. Incorporated into products that meet the needs of today’s consumers, you can find Wellmune around the world.
Learn more about how Wellmune can help create products that help people be well and stay well.
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“The Hero Ingredient”
Added to hundreds of everyday foods, beverages and supplements across more than 60 countries.