IFC (inflamma Control)
IFC (inflamma Control)
IFC is formulated with 11 plant ingredients including amino acids, enzymes, and Carbon Technology that help support healthy, natural anti-inflammatory pathways.
IFC helps soothe the body and lessen sensitivities while reducing the negative impact of free radicals (which is especially helpful during detoxification protocols). It steps in to help you withstand mild environmental stressors and minimize symptoms of other potential system imbalances.
What Is Carbon Technology?
Carbon Technology is a proprietary blend of humic and fulvic acids, polysaccharides, and polyelectrolytes. These ingredients work together to support the body’s ability to bind and remove unwanted elements.
When combined with other ingredients, Carbon Technology supports their optimal delivery and absorption by protecting them from being digested by stomach acid.
Promotes Glutathione Production
Specifically chosen botanicals help stimulate the Nrf2 pathway to enhance glutathione production
Phytochemicals protect your liver and boost toxin removal
Plant nutrients help protect mitochondria and spark their production
Inflamma Control contains a combination of 11 plant-based (ingredients) inflammation tamers:
Broccoli Sprout: supports the Nrf2 pathway and glutathione production
Mulberry: increases detox and glutathione
Artichoke Leaf: helps mitochondria and energy production
Blueberry: supports detox, digestion, and liver health
Wheatgrass: enhances immune and liver function
Acai: protects mitochondria with potent antioxidant properties
Pineapple Bromelain: supports immune function and joint health
Olive Leaf: stimulates mitochondrial production and helps prevent DNA damage
L-Citrulline: boosts immune function and helps the liver mitochondria detox ammonia
Pomegranate: lessens gut inflammation and helps wound healing
Astaxanthin: protects mitochondria and helps defend against viruses
Together, these powerful plant extracts soothe chronic inflammation to help your body get back to optimal functioning.
As Part of the Protocol
IFC is introduced in Phase 1 and again in Phase 4 of the Comprehensive Protocol to continue supporting the removal of lingering unwanted elements. In the Foundational Protocol, it comes in Step 4.