How does succinate boost immunity?

♦  When pathogens invade, available oxygen is quickly used by resident and circulating immune cells to create energy to powers our many defenses

♦  As oxygen supplies quickly decrease, a signal is sent to neighboring cells and to the brain to activate the low-oxygen protocol wired into each cell’s DNA

♦  The low-oxygen protocol involves more than 100 genetic actions including multi-level immune support to infected tissue areas, and additional energy to immune cells

♦  Within 20 minutes, practically all cells become activated, and activated cells are much more resistant to pathogen invasion

♦  The signaling molecule is succinate