iNR Q&A - The 7 Most Common Questions About iNR Wellness MD (And Our Responses to Each)

Here are the top 7 questions we get from customers regarding iNR Wellness MD:

1

What makes iNR Wellness MD so special? What makes it any different from say… vitamins?

iNR Wellness MD is unlike any other supplement currently available to the public. Many supplements, including vitamins, are based on loose pseudoscience and many of the effects are the result of the placebo effect.

Vitamin C is the best example. Over 30 clinical trials have all confirmed that vitamin C does nothing to help improve your immune system when consumed in a high dose, yet vitamin C is the most widely-sold immune support product on the planet.

iNR Wellness MD, on the other hand, contains 2 “nutraceuticals.” These are natural molecules with well-documented pharmaceutical properties. So even though iNR Wellness MD is considered a supplement, it’s better described as Eastern medicine.

Why should you try it? Simply put, there’s no downside, and a lot of PROVEN upside. The nutraceutical ingredients in iNR Wellness MD have been extensively studied in human clinical trials, and none have found any short or long term side effects from regular consumption.

On the flipside, there has been thousands upon thousands of studies confirming the benefits of taking the specific ingredients found in the iNR Wellness MD formula.

The first, beta glucan from oats, has been approved by the FDA to lower cholesterol. It also feeds the good microbes in your gut that control things like your energy, your hunger, and your happiness.

The second, beta glucan from Baker’s yeast, has been shown to drastically enhance the immune system. This provides dozens of clinically proven benefits like less incidences of sickness, less allergies, less inflammation, and even an improvement to how fast your wounds heal. Baker’s yeast beta glucan has been around for decades and is approved for the treatment of gastrointestinal cancer in Japan.

In summary, iNR Wellness MD contains ingredients proven to enhance the two systems in your body most critical to your overall health: your digestive system, and your immune system. And it does all this with no downside, no risk and absolutely no side effects.

2

Can iNR Wellness MD replace my statin?

NO! 100% absolutely not. iNR Wellness MD is designed to help lower your cholesterol naturally over time. Many have reported good results – 30 to 60 points in just 1 to 3 months.

iNR Wellness MD is best for those who are right on the cusp of needing a statin, and are looking for something to keep their doctor from taking the leap with a new prescription. Now we’re not saying iNR can’t ever replace your statin, but certainly not right away. Over time, you may lower your cholesterol enough by taking iNR Wellness MD that your doctor decides you don’t need to be on a statin anymore. But that’s a conversation for you and your doctor to have.

3

How long does iNR Wellness MD take to work?

It depends on several things. First, everyone is different. Second, it depends upon what effects you are taking iNR Wellness MD for. Like I mentioned in the above response, we have had reports of customers dropping 30 points of cholesterol in 1 month, and others dropping 50 and 60 points in 3 months… but that’s just their experience. This is part of the reason why we have the 90-day money back guarantee. No matter who you are or what you’re taking iNR Wellness MD for, you should be able to notice results within the first 90 days.

For conditions like allergies and low energy, many feel the effects almost immediately.

4

Is there any type of satisfaction or money-back guarantee?

Yes, an unconditional 90-day satisfaction guarantee.

With every purchase, regardless of how you ordered it (over the phone, online, with a discount, etc) you have 90 days to try out the product to decide if you like it and want to keep it. This guarantee doesn’t just apply to unopened bottles, either. We do 90 days hoping that you will get at least a 3 month supply, and use every single capsule in every single bottle before deciding if you want to keep it. The reason for this is because of the response I gave in the previous question: everyone is different. Some take longer than others to get their desired results, but all should see progress towards their desired results within that first 3 month timeframe.

5

What are the ingredients?

The iNR Wellness MD formula features 2 types of beta-glucan, that do completely different things (even though they share the same name).

  • The first is soluble fiber beta glucan from oats. This is what the FDA says can lower your cholesterol when combined with diet and exercise. Soluble fiber beta glucan breaks down into a viscous gel in your gut and helps to filter out the cholesterol-forming bile acids out of the food you eat. The soluble fiber beta glucan is the stuff that feeds the bacteria in your gut and helps your microbiome control your weight and make you feel better.
  • The second type of beta glucan in our formula is insoluble fiber beta glucan from baker’s yeast and reishi mushrooms. Because its insoluble, the bacteria in your gut cannot break this down. Instead, the insoluble beta glucan does something very unique and special – the receptors on your immune cells responsible for “seeing” pathogens and activating your immune system to protect you “see” the insoluble beta glucan.

That means when your immune cells come into contact with the insoluble beta glucan in the iNR Wellness MD formula, they activate your immune system, making it stronger. This is why beta glucan is considered such a strong “immune strengthener”. It literally makes your immune system stronger by tricking it into preparing for war.

And the best part? There’s no reported side effects or long term side effects from this beta glucan-enabled immune activation.

6

How much does iNR Wellness MD cost?

The iNR Wellness MD formula features 2 types of beta-glucan, that do completely different things (even though they share the same name).

The retail price for iNR Wellness MD is $70 per bottle. When you order through our website, you immediately save $15.05, meaning the price per bottle through our website is only $54.95. We also offer great discounts for 3-pack and 6-pack purchases, with the price per bottle for a 6 bottle supply being only $44.95, meaning you save $25.05 per bottle.

We also offer a 20% discount on top of these discounts if you opt-in to our VIP subscription discount club.

With this 20% discount applied to the 6-bottle supply, you only pay $35.96 per bottle, meaning you save an incredible $34.04 per bottle… almost 50% off!

That means when your immune cells come into contact with the insoluble beta glucan in the iNR Wellness MD formula, they activate your immune system, making it stronger. This is why beta glucan is considered such a strong “immune strengthener”. It literally makes your immune system stronger by tricking it into preparing for war.

And the best part? There’s no reported side effects or long term side effects from this beta glucan-enabled immune activation.

7

Are there any studies on iNR Wellness MD?

There are over 8,500 Clinically published and peer-reviewed studies. Beta Glucan is finally starting to get noticed as a compelling immune support nutrient.*

Alleviation of seasonal allergic symptoms with superfine beta-1,3-glucan: a randomized study, Yamada J, Hamuro J, Hatanaka H, Hamabata K, Kinoshita S, The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, May 2007
https://www.jacionline.org/article/S0091-6749(07)00369-7/fulltext

Beta-glucan, inositol and digestive enzymes improve quality of life of patients with inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome, Spagnuolo R, Cosco C, Mancina RM, Ruggiero G, Garieri P, Cosco V, Doldo P, European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, June 2017
https://europepmc.org/abstract/med/28724171

Effect of beta-glucan, inositol and digestive enzymes in GI symptoms of patients with IBS, Ciacci C, Franceschi F, Purchiaroni F, Capone P, Buccelletti F, Iacomini P, Ranaudo A, Andreozzi P, Tondi P, Gentiloni Silveri N, Gasbarrini A, Gasbarrini G, European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, June 2011
https://europepmc.org/abstract/med/21796867 

Yeast β-Glucan Suppresses the Chronic Inflammation and Improves the Microenvironment in Adipose Tissues of ob/ob Mice, Cao Y, Sun Y, Zou S, Duan B, Sun M, Xu X, Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, January 2018
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29285925

Antioxidative and anti-inflammatory effects of high beta-glucan concentration purified aqueous extract from oat in experimental model of LPS-induced chronic enteritis, D.Suchecka, J.P.Harasym, J.Wilczak, M.Gajewska, M.Oczkowski, S.Gudej, K.Błaszczyk, D.Kamola, R.Filip, J.Gromadzka-Ostrowska, Journal of Functional Foods, April 2015
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1756464614003983?via%3Dihub

Cholesterol-lowering effects of oat β-glucan, Othman RA, Moghadasian MH, Jones PJ, Nutrition Reviews, June 2011
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21631511

Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of a health claim related to oat beta-glucan and lowering blood cholesterol and reduced risk of (coronary) heart disease pursuant to Article 14 of Regulation (EC) No 1924/20061, EFSA (European Food Safety Authority), EFSA Journal 2010
https://efsa.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.2903/j.efsa.2010.1885

FDA Health Claim Regarding Oat Beta Glucan
https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/cfrsearch.cfm?fr=101.81

TLR2- and Dectin 1-associated innate immune response modulates T-cell response to pancreatic β-cell antigen and prevents type 1 diabetes, Karumuthil-Melethil S ,Sofi MH, Gudi R,  Johnson BM, Perez N, Vasu C, Diabetes (American Diabetes Association), April 2015
https://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4375080

β-Glucans, History, and the Present: Immunomodulatory Aspects and Mechanisms of Action, M. Novak & V. Vetvicka, Journal of Immunotoxicology, September 2007
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15476910802019045

Immune modulating effects of β-glucan. E Murphy, J Davis, Martin Carmichael, Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, November 2010
https://insights.ovid.com/pubmed?pmid=20842027

Clinical and Physiological Perspectives of β-Glucans: The Past, Present, and Future, Khawaja Muhammad Imran Bashir, Jae-Suk Cho, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, September 2017
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5618555/