Is there Third-Party Science on Beta Glucan?

Beta Glucan has been studied for over 50 years at major universities and teaching hospitals, all of which are disinterested third party researchers. There are more than 150,000 glucan studies on PubMed.gov and nearly 50,000 studies involving glucan and humans. Our Beta Glucan specifically has been featured in over 20 medical journals, including the prestigious American Journal of Immunology and the Journal of Medicinal Food.

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As Answered By
AJ Lanigan

There are over 130,000 studies on Beta Glucan; ranging from universities, to Medline and PubMed. Roughly, you can also find 40,000 studies on Glucans and their interaction with Humans. Throughout these studies, there has never been an adverse side effect found with our product, Transfer Point Beta Glucan.

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AJ Lanigan

Other than the thousands of studies out there, there is an excellent book by Dr. Vaclav Vetvicka from the University of Louisville entitled, Beta Glucan: Nature’s Secret. It’s about 157 pages and provides a quick, educational read for those interested in everything Beta Glucan: the history, safety, benefits, and mechanism of action of Beta Glucan. The bibliography included in the book provides hundreds of other peer-reviewed articles and journals for curious consumers.

As Answered By
Dr. Vaclav Vetvicka

I have to say a lot, because if somebody goes to PubMed or some kind of scientific database, there is about 100,000 hits now and I try to keep up in making my secretary pretty unhappy because about 50 papers appears every week. It’s now, it’s really booming. The research is really booming.

It does. Because it’s not only the medical use, but it is also used in foods and other, other products. So it has a wide range of possibilities.

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AJ Lanigan

A.J. Lanigan has over 20 years experience in various disciplines of immunology. He was educated at the University of South Carolina, College of Pharmacy from 1971-1975.
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Dr. Vaclav Vetvicka

Dr. Vaclav Vetvicka is a Professor and Vice Chairman, Director of Research at the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Louisville. Dr. Vetvicka graduated in 1978 from Charles University in Prague with a doctorate degree in biology and obtained his Ph.D. in 1983 from the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Microbiology.