Also known as: MGN-3, MGN-3 Immune Enhancing Complex, BioBran®
Potential uses: MGN is a supplement derived from rice bran and Shiitake mushrooms. It’s claimed that MGN boosts the activity of natural killer cells, a type of white blood cell that destroys certain types of cancer cells in the laboratory. However, these claims have not been proven. In 2004, a judge prohibited a New Jersey company from distributing MGN-3 because it was making anti-cancer claims without evidence.
Usual dose: This has not been determined.
Are there any risks? This has not been determined.
What does the research say? There is no research showing that MGN-3 has any effect on breast cancer or any other cancer.
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