Keep your distance from the Bulletproof Immune System Protocol by Zenith Labs’ Dr. Ryan Shelton because it is a scam! This company is trying to capitalize on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to sell three of its supplements and believe me when I tell you that it’s a bad idea to spend your precious money on them. Therefore in this review, I’m going to show you all you need to know about this product and all the reasons why you shouldn’t bother spending your money on it. So let’s begin!
Bulletproof Immune System Protocol is a collection of three supplements that Dr. Shelton claims will protect you against ‘deadly viruses and bacteria.’ According to him, his protocol ‘makes it easier than ever to enjoy a perfect state of health all-year round.’ He goes on to claim that with the protocol, you can ‘say goodbye to sickness … and hello to a healthier you.’
Dr. Shelton tried to take advantage of the ongoing pandemic by posing as the person that has the best solution to ‘surviving an outbreak.’ He did that by urging his potential customers to read his presentation to find out:
- ‘The #1 way to protect yourself against infections’
- ‘What every person must do RIGHT NOW to ensure their survival against current and future outbreaks’
- ‘How you can minimize the financial impact of global epidemics on your nest egg’
- ‘Why you can’t trust modern medicine to save you from an infection’
- ‘A simple science-backed trick that’s like “bulletproof armor” against viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens.’
Well, we’ll see about that so let’s look at the science behind this protocol, shall we?
Science Behind Bulletproof Immune System Protocol
Dr. Shelton claims that scientists have discovered ‘3 Immune-Destroyers’ which, if not ‘quickly’ addressed, ‘will leave you and your loved ones vulnerable and exposed to the swarms of infectious bacteria and viruses…’ He goes on to drive home how dangerous these problematic organisms are by telling us stuff like:
Health experts say the “Age of Antibiotics” is over.
Bacteria are mutating faster than medical science can keep up with… meaning they’re now more resistant than ever.
Which is why doctors are reluctant to prescribe even a single antibiotic pill.
And don’t forget… ANTIBIOTICS CAN’T KILL VIRUSES…
Of course, he exploited the ongoing coronavirus pandemic:
In fact, until recently, most people had no idea just how deadly viral infections, in particular, can be… especially to those with underlying health conditions such as cardiovascular problems, respiratory issues, high blood sugar, high blood pressure, and more.
And it’s not just those with underlying health conditions who should be worried.
Viral infections can result in life-long problems for even ‘fit and healthy’ people, such as Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), often known as either Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) or Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome (PVFS). This is where a person never fully recovers from the infection, and is left with debilitating symptoms such as intense physical exhaustion, muscle or joint pain, sleep problems…
But don’t fret, says Shelton, as he and his team have spent ‘years’ researching, until ‘we discovered [the] 3 “Immune-Destroyers”‘. Even better, ‘we now know how to STOP these 3 “Immune-Destroyers” FAST,’ he says.
What are the 3 “Immune Destroyers”?
Here is what Dr. Shelton says are the ‘3 Immune Destroyers’:
- ‘You’re Running Low on “Soldiers”‘, aka white blood cells
- ‘The Germs That Are Already In Your Body’ and
- ‘Your Immune System Is STARVING’. In other words, you’re not eating healthy enough to nourish your white blood cells and the good bacteria in your gut.
Wow. So this is what Dr. Shelton and his team spent tons of time on research to ‘discover’? LOL.
Anyway, the good doc says that you shouldn’t worry, as his Bulletproof Immune System Protocol will effectively handle these ‘immune destroyers’. Let’s talk about it now.
Components of Bulletproof Immune System Protocol
The Bulletproof Immune System Protocol consists of three supplements. Here they are:
1. Lysine 7
This is the supplement that will supposedly replenish your white blood cells. According to Shelton, ‘Lysine 7 is packed with a powerful cocktail of immune-boosters, each clinically proven to supercharge your defense against unwanted germs.’ Now, what are these immune boosters?
- L-lysine (the main ingredient)
- Reishi mushroom
- Lemon Balm
- Licorice Root
Of course, Shelton accompanied each of these ingredients with scientific studies showing that they all help in boosting your white blood cells. But I’m not going to bother myself examining the studies … and you’ll find out why later in this review.
2. Probiotic T-50
This is the supplement that will supposedly restore your good bacteria ‘so you can annihilate the bad guys.’ According to Shelton, ‘each capsule contains 50 billion active probiotic organisms, hence the ’50’ in the name. And as for the ‘T’? Shelton says that it stands for Thermophilus, a bacteria ‘strain’ that he likens to ‘a SWAT team’ that will repopulate your gut and flush out the bad bacteria.
Of course, Shelton didn’t resist the urge to bash his competition in order to push his own product. According to him, other probiotics:
- ‘have only 1-10 billion organisms’, so they can’t effectively repopulate your gut,
- ‘ONLY have two families of good bacteria: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.’ but his own probiotic has the almighty Thermophilus and ’10 more carefully-selected species of immune-boosting healthy bacteria.’
- Are not stored properly, but his is.
3. Pure Greens
This is the supplement that will deal with your undernourishment issues plaguing your immune system. According to Shelton, Pure Greens contains ’57 superfoods in a single glass.’ In fact, Shelton insinuates that Pure Greens can replace your normal, home-cooked food, as preparing healthy meals is ‘hard work’ and that was apparently what he had in mind while formulating this supplement. ‘Thanks to Pure Greens,’ he says, ‘you can now reap all the benefits of the perfect immune-supporting diet with none of the effort or sacrifice, and you can do it in less than a minute!’
Good to know.
Anyway, what are those ‘superfoods’ stuffed into Pure Greens? Dr. Shelton divided them into what he calls ‘Immune Blends’:
IMMUNE BLEND #1: MEDICINAL MUSHROOMS
- Maitake Mushroom
- Shiitake Mushroom
- Cordyceps Mushroom
- Turkey Tail Mushroom
- Agaricus Blazei
- Lion’s Mane
- ‘Plus more’
IMMUNE BLEND #2: HERBS
- Green tea leaf
- Grape seed
- Cinnamon bark
- ‘and more’
IMMUNE BLEND #3: VEGETABLES AND FRUITS
- ‘and much more!’
Somehow, Dr. Shelton thinks that this cocktail of plants and fungi will boost your immune system as well as, if not better than, a normal, healthy home-cooked meal. In fact, he even went on to claim that drinking Pure Greens every day will give you:
- ‘All-day energy’
- ‘Healthier, younger-looking skin’
- ‘Increased blood circulation for a stronger, healthier heart’
- ‘Improved cognitive function’ so that you can think clearly
- ‘A faster metabolism, so you can burn more fat and shed pounds easier’
- ‘Improved sleep quality’
- ‘and much more!’
Now it’s time to talk about all the reasons why you should never spend your money on this program. Why is BulletProof Immune System Protocol a scam?
1. Dr. Ryan Shelton is Highly Untrustworthy and Fraudulent
I’ve covered this in detail in my review of Dr. Shelton’s other supplement called Zenith Hearing X3. There I talked about how he has been caught posing as an MD (medical doctor) when he’s not. Still, that hasn’t stopped him from currently posing as an ‘N.M.D’ (Naturopathic medical doctor) when actually, there’s no such qualification. Rather, he’s a registered ND (naturopathic doctor), which is a profession that is not recognized in many countries. So it looks like Dr. Shelton has some inferiority complex, hence his insistence on adding ‘M’ to his qualification to feel like a medical doctor.
Apart from this, Dr. Shelton is the mastermind behind Spark Health Media, a company that was behind some of the most popular health scams on the web. Find out more details in my aforementioned review.
2. Zenith Labs is the Successor of Spark Health Media
Again, I talked about this in more detail in my Zenith Hearing X3 review. As I mentioned earlier, Spark Health Media was behind some of the most popular health scams on the web. These scams include Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy, Outback Vision Protocol, and Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol
Devastating reviews from Contra Health Scam contributed to the demise of the company sometime in 2019. Zenith Labs went up shortly thereafter and some of their products are the replacement for Spark Health Media’s dead scams.
3. Untrustworthy Testimonials.
The testimonials featured in Bulletproof Immune System Protocol are highly untrustworthy because there’s no way we can verify their authenticity. But given what I uncovered in my review of his supplement Vision 20, I’m pretty sure that those testimonials are fake. So don’t bother believing it.
As I pointed out earlier in this review, Dr. Shelton tried to capitalize on the ongoing pandemic to sell his sham supplements. Now doing this is not really a big issue, but the way he went about it is. First off, he knows very well that his supplements won’t help those already infected with the coronavirus, and that there’s no proven cure yet. Still, that didn’t stop him from insinuating that you can protect yourself from getting infected by buying his supplement. He tried to generalize it to not be too direct, but I’m not easily fooled…
On top of that, he even went as far as to scare his potential customers by claiming that viral infections can lead to ‘life-long problems’ that even ‘fit and healthy people’ can’t escape. Don’t get it twisted … he did this in order to prepare you to spend your money on his supplement since, of course, they are designed to prevent that from happening.
This kind of exploitative marketing is mostly done by those who do not have your interest in mind … and you should never do business with people who practice it.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Bulletproof Immune System Protocol. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Websites: ZenithLabs.com, ImmuneHealthBoost.com
As you may have noticed, I didn’t really talk much about the scientific basis of this protocol. This is because Dr. Shelton has been claiming to have the ‘natural’ remedy for everything from tinnitus, brain health, and weight loss, to even vision problems. But I know for a fact that he dropped out of medical school, naturopathic medicine is a highly questionable industry riddled with quacks, and I’ve proved on several occasions that Dr. Shelton is almost always wrong when it comes to the scientific research behind his supplements. I don’t see this particular offer of his as an exception. So it’s best to stay away from it!
If you’ve made the mistake of buying this product, don’t hesitate to file a credit card dispute with your bank to get a refund. Dr. Shelton claims that he has a ‘full 180-day guarantee’ but I don’t trust it. You’re welcome to try taking him at his word though.
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