Kaprex - FAQ

Q. How does Kaprex Al compare with other products or approaches?

A.This product contains only natural ingredients for a safer long-term approach, and has been clinically reviewed at the FMRC. This product gently targets underlying activities associated with minor pain and immune system function. It uniquely combines immuno-supportive nutrients with natural selective kinase response modulators (SKRMs) that demonstrate tissue-specific modulation of immune response activities, without interfering with healthy functioning. It also supplies vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), the most bioavailable form of supplemental vitamin D

Q. How does Kaprex Al work?

A.It provides nutrients to support balanced immune function, including novel selective kinase response modulators (SKRMs) shown to favorably modulate eicosanoid formation in target cells without affecting related health-promoting activities. Balanced kinase (specialized enzyme) signaling helps to maintain healthy immune function, and SKRMs can enhance signals from a healthy diet.

Q. How long is Kaprex AI typically recommended?

A. This formula was designed for strategic, long-term support for balanced immune function. Individual results and recommendations may vary based on your specific needs. For best results, follow your health care professional's guidelines.

Q. Who would benefit from Kaprex Al?

A. Health care professionals typically recommend this product for those who may benefit from support for balanced immune function

Q. Why is Kaprex Al safe?

A. It contains a blend of natural ingredients with an excellent safety profile. Plus, Metagenics' manufacturing facility has 3 certifications for good manufacturing practices to ensure the highest quality. Key active ingredients in this formula were developed through the ExpresSyn Process® that sets a new standard in clinical certainty for natural products via demonstrated efficacy, bioavailability , and a high level of predicted safety. Kaprex AI has been clinically reviewed at the FMRC. (This product is not recommended for those taking anticoagulant medications).