Super Immune Duo
A Hardy One-Two Punch for Immune Support!
Cover your bases! Two immune favorites combined into one simple package.
Benefits of Zinc:
- Important trace element essential for numerous bodily functions
- Supports immune health, digestion, energy metabolism and more
- Delivers 50 mg. of zinc
An Important Trace ElementThis trace element is important for the healthy development of tissues throughout your body and is involved in numerous bodily processes. It supports your immune system, healthy digestion, vision, prostate and more. As you may recall from science, your body does not produce trace elements. They are derived from the earth and must be consumed, typically from meat sources. That's why vegetarians need to be especially careful about getting the necessary amount. Make sure you're giving your body the immune support it needs with our high quality zinc today!
Benefits of Vitamin D3:
- Helps your body efficiently absorb calcium
- Maintains a strong immune function and supports heart and cellular health
- Fosters emotional well-being and positive mood
- Provides cholecalciferol, the same form of Vitamin D created from sun exposure
Give Yourself a Natural Dose of Sunshine Every Day!After years of slathering on sunscreen, it appears that as many as 75% of us could use some Vitamin D-rich sunshine.1 Vitamin D contributes to bone, breast, colon, immune and heart health. While it's important for everyone to get enough Vitamin D, it's particularly vital for those living in northern climates where the sun's rays are not as intense and winters are long and dark. Wherever you live, your body's ability to absorb Vitamin D declines with age, making supplementation a good choice.
High Quality Vitamin D3Known as cholecalciferol, your body actually makes Vitamin D3, unlike Vitamin D2, which your body does not make. D3 is formed naturally within about 10 to 15 minutes of sun exposure with no sunscreen. Make sure you're giving your body the "sunshine" it needs all year long.
1. Ginde A.A. Demographic difference and trends of vitamin D insufficiency in the US population, 1988-2004. Nat Rev Rheumatol. 2009 Aug 5(80): 417:8
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