Why is NK-CLK effective?

After years of extensive research at one of the nation’s leading biomedical research universities, we have specially selected bacterial strains that would survive harsh environmental conditions like temperature and acidity to ensure the maximum benefit to your gut. These strains were also specifically combined to help grow and activate the NK cells in your body. Additionally, the 7 strains add to the diversity of your gut flora and help to decrease inflammation within your body restoring your immune system.

What does NK-CLK stand for?

It stands for “Natural Killer – Cytotoxic Lymphocyte King.” The research team coined this name in honor of Chen Ling Kou, who passed away after a 4-year battle with pancreatic cancer in April 2019. She was a beloved mother, wife, and friend who radiated warmth and kindness. The team sorely misses her and hopes to continue to honor her memory.

What are Natural Killer (NK) Cells and what do they do?

NK cells play an important part in your immune system. They are a type of white blood cell that kill virally infected cells. Recent studies suggest that NK cells may also help control and limit the spread of aggressive types of cancer.

What does this mean?

Recent studies and clinical observations suggest that, along with your immune system, NK-CLK may help prevent or slow cancer progression, inhibit tumor growth and metastasis, and increase the effectiveness of chemotherapy. Research indicates that when activated, NK cells, can help the aggressive tumors change into less aggressive tumors, which are more susceptible to chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Further studies have found that probiotics may also help restore NK cell functions to kill the seeds of cancer called “cancer stem cells,” which renew and increase the number of tumor cells. Researchers believe that NK cells kill those cancer stem cells and by doing so, remove the diseased parts of tissues without harming the healthy part of your cells. NK-CLK was developed to reduce levels of inflammation in your body that could fuel cancer and cause other immune system imbalances like allergies, autoimmune diseases, and other digestive issues.