Zell Immunocomplex is an award winning liquid supplement drink from Switzerland that promotes oxygen utilisation, cell energy and overall energy. It contains a blend of nutrients, enzymes and vitamin B and may have numerous health benefits. One of these could be as a nootropic effect. We take an in-depth look at this supplement to find out more.
Zell Immunocomplex comes from Regenerative Nutrition a Swiss company based in Butschwil, Switzerland. The company offers free worldwide shipping and has a UK-based phone line. Regenerative Health produce thousands of different health supplements to address multiple issues as well as promote good health.
Zell Immunocomplex is a general health supplement in drink form that looks to help you improve vitality, resistance to disease and fitness at a cellular level. This all sounds good but there is very little real evidence that it will work as described. You may find that you feel better after taking it, but there again you may notice no difference whatsoever. In our opinion the high price will deter most customers from trying this out for themselves.
Side effects are unlikely and customers have not reported any issues from taking this supplement. However, you should probably avoid if you have any sensitivity to listed ingredients such as yeast. If you have a medical condition or are currently undergoing treatment, you should speak to your doctor first. You should certainly not take supplements if you are undergoing chemotherapy.
Zell Immunocomplex does not look expensive at first glance. But with each bottle containing 250 ml and each serving at 30 ml, it seems there are only around 8 servings per bottle. This means that one week’s supply is equal to one bottle, making this very expensive if you use regularly.
You can buy Zell Immunocomplex direct from the Regenerative Nutrition website.
One bottle containing 250 ml costs £23.16 to UK customers. This is $29.83 to US customers or €27.67 for European customers.
Shipping is free and all packages are delivered from Switzerland.
You can also buy Zell Immunocomplex via Amazon UK where it costs £19.94.
Zell Immunocomplex looks to be a good quality general health supplement that may provide you with a general boost to health. However there are no guarantees it will have a nootropic effect and in fairness to the advertising, this is never actually claimed. This is surprising because the complicated product information does make many claims plus implying this supplement may help prevent cancer. We are not impressed with this last point. It is not true and although there is a disclaimer printed on the website in very small print, the overriding message behind this is that it will help protect against cancer because of a strong holistic effect.
Some people believe in general health supplements and if this is you, you may like this one. However, if you are looking for something to improve your brain health and mental performance we feel there are plenty of better products on the market and for far less cost.
Zell Immunocomplex Review
Zell Immunocomplex is a concentrated drink supplement that you add to water in order to make a health drink. It contains extracts from many different fruits and vegetables including orange, beetroot, tomato and beetroot which are all derived from organic sources.
Zell Immunocomplex also contains enzymes, co-enzymes, amino acids, vitamins and nutrients. The aim of this supplement is to boost your general health and energy levels by providing food for your cells and increasing oxygen in the body.
Zell Immunocomplex contains glucanes – components of the cell walls of yeast cells. According to research carried out by the Dr Wolz enterprise, the research arm of this company, glucanes stimulate the body’s defence system, making you more resilient to illness and disease.
Although Zell Immunocomplex is not specifically marketed as a nootropic, this supplement looks to have a general beneficial effect upon health, fitness and energy. According to the product information it can help improve endurance in sports (it is also given to race horses) as well as decrease stress. The action of Zell Immunocomplex improves cell respiration providing healing for the central nervous system.
As the product information says,
A living organism requires living nutrition, with versatile antioxidants.
How to Take Zell Immunocomplex
Use diluted in a beverage of your choice during or after a meal in one time or divided during the day. You are recommended to take with apple or grape juice. The recommended serving size is 30 ml daily but you can take up to 60 ml daily if so wished. It can be taken indefinitely without any problems.
Zell Immunocomplex comes from a Swiss company called Regenerative Nutrition who advocates a holistic approach to natural health and well-being. Other supplements in this range include Zell Oxygen a supplement that may help destroy free radical cells.
Zell Immunocomplex won Health Food Product of the year in 2014. This was awarded by the German Reformhaus-federation – the trade body of all health-food shops and an organisation which has been in existence since 1887.
Zell Immunocomplex Concerns:
- This supplement is overpriced.
- No real evidence it will work in the way as described.
- You are encouraged to take it even if you have sensitivity to any of the ingredients. This advice seems potentially dangerous.
Regenerative Nutrition looks to be a well established and reputable company. Products are available worldwide and we have not uncovered any billing issues or customer complaints. UK customers can contact the company via a UK-based customer services line.
What Does Zell Immunocomplex Claim To Do?
According to the product information, this supplement is ‘multiple live cell nutrient and enzymes complex with high vitamin B content’.
There are numerous benefits claimed to taking this supplement.
It ‘promotes oxygen utilisation, cell energy and overall energy. Supports physiological health and balance. Rapidly restores immune function from acute infections through to long term immune issues. Helps resolve; chronic fatigue, nerve issues, nutrient deficiencies and low antioxidant status. Anti cancer properties.
In addition it ‘supports all nutritional programs, improves and eases detoxification. Aids heart muscle contraction via improved oxygenation and more…’
All this sounds great, of course. But anti cancer properties? Really? The causes of cancer are complex and there is no supplement anywhere that comes with any real evidence that this is true.
We would be cautious at investing too much hope and time in this supplement. In the small print it states that:
No claim for the cure of any disease is intended, or implied nor do we claim that our products will treat, cure or prevent any disease.
That is not the impression we are getting from the advertising.
Does Zell Immunocomplex Work?
Zell Immunocomplex looks to be a good quality general health supplement that contains plenty of vitamins and nutrients. You may feel that it is doing you some good and the ingredients may supplement certain things that could be lacking from your diet. We are all different so it is impossible to generalise but overall it looks like it may do something. Exactly what it will do is not really proven.
Zell Immunocomplex looks safe but we cannot see that it will have much of a nootropic effect and we certainly cannot rely on it preventing diseases such as cancer.
What Are The Ingredients of Zell Immunocomplex?
Each serving is equal to 30 ml.
The ingredients list is as follows:
- Selected Concentrated Fruit & Vegetable Complexes: blossom honey, fruit & vegetable concentrate 22% (with apple, orange, grapefruit, lemon, Jerusalem artichoke, pear, sea buckthorn, aronia, cranberry, rose hip, bilberry, elder, blackcurrant, carrot, beetroot, tomato extract with lycopene), all organically sourced.
- Vitamin Yeast: alcohol (forms naturally during the fermentation process), wheat-germ oil, powdered acerola juice, vitamins, glucane 1%, zinc yeast 0.7%, selenium yeast 0.3%, wheat-germ extract, chromium yeast 0.06%, natural pineapple flavouring.
This is broken down into:
- Vitamin B1 2.8 mg
- Vitamin B2 3.2 mg
- Vitamin B6 4.0 mg
- Vitamin B12 2.0 mcg
- Folic acid 400 mcg
- Pantothenic acid 6 mg
- Biotin 300 g
- Vitamin D3 5 mcg (200 IU)
- Vitamin E 20.1 mg
- Vitamin C 120 mg
- Cell Count Circa 60 Thousand Billion Yeast Cells
- Minerals Traces: Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Iron, Manganese, Copper, Molybdenum, Calcium, Zinc 10 mg, Selenium 50 mcg, Chromium 60 mcg.
- Amino Acids: Glycine, Alanine, Serine, Threonine, Valine, Leucine, Aspartic Acid, Glutamine, Arginine, Lysine, Cysteine, Methionine, Tyrosine, Phenylalanine, Proline.
- Biological Substances: 600 different proteins, which are very similar to human proteins.
- Cell Wall Components
- Scleroproteins: Glucosamine, Peptides, Phosphates, Phosphatidylcholine, Cardiolipin, Erogsterol, Chromosomal & mitochondrial DNA sequences.
Enzymes: Co-enzymes Proteases, Cytochromoxidases, Invertases, Superoxidedismutase.
- Secondary Vegetable Components: Lycopene, Flavonoids, Anthocyanin, Polyphenols.
Does Zell Immunocomplex Have Any Side Effects?
According to the product information, this supplement is suitable for everyone, even those with yeast and wheat allergies. However we advise that you err on the side of caution if you have any sensitivities or allergies to any of the ingredients.
The product information advises that this supplement supports chemotherapy but you should definitely consult your oncologist before taking it.
Supplements that boost health and vitamin levels are not suitable for use with chemotherapy because they can interfere with the efficacy of the anti-cancer chemicals.
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid (as with all supplements) if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Speak to your doctor first if this is your case. In addition take medical advice if you have an underlying health condition, are undergoing treatment or are taking prescription medication.
Are There Any Customer Reviews For Zell Immunocomplex?
There are a few customer reviews for Zell Immunocomplex posted on the Amazon website (UK). All are positive but customers do not give away any details about how they felt or how this supplement worked.
Really worked for me!
This product is well worth the money as really helped me.
I find this product good.
There is a reported customer review posted on the official Zell Immunocomplex product page.
I was never diagnosed officially but any intake of carbohydrates pushes me into a state of serious brain fog and dizziness — almost a drunk feeling in severe cases. Taking the daily dose of Zell Immunocomplex has significantly changed my life. I call it my “magic juice!” While I still experience spells of brain fog and dizziness in reaction to certain (or too many) carbohydrates, my overall well-being has significantly improved ever since I began taking this supplement on a daily basis. My mind stay’s clear throughout most, if not all, of the day and I am able to stay focused at work — something with which I struggled prior to finding this juice online.
This all sounds good but we cannot guarantee that this customer review is independent.
Does Zell Immunocomplex Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?
Zell Immunocomplex does not come with a money-back guarantee.
Where Can I Buy Zell Immunocomplex?
You can buy Zell Immunocomplex direct from the product website. The company ship worldwide for free.
It is also on sale via Amazon in the UK.