We have put together this immune-supporting package for you to use when your immune system needs extra care. The combination of micronutrients - Vitamin D, Vitamin C, and Zinc - are selected based on their effect and support of the immune system.
You can read more about the 3 products and their health benefits below in "DETAILS".
This package will provide you with vitamin D, vitamin C and zinc for a 100 days use - based on above daily dose recommendations.
You can take the trio of products alone or combine them with your multivitamin. It's totally up to you!
We have chosen this combination of products as they all contribute to a normal and well-functioning immune system. Below you can read more about the essential micronutrients and their health benefits:
Vitamin D is not a vitamin in the traditional sense. The main source of our Vitamin D need is through the sun and not from food, which many other vitamins and minerals are sourced from. When the sun hits our skin, we naturally produce Vitamin D. To get the optimal amount of Vitamin D from the sun, our skin must be in direct exposure to UV-B sun rays. Vitamin D deficiency is particularly common in the Northern countries because of the many dark winter months, where the people have limited access to direct sunlight. Based on this information, we always recommend supplementing with Vitamin D during winter.
Zinc is a trace mineral and a powerful antioxidant. It is an essential nutrient that plays many vital roles in your body. Because your body doesn’t naturally produce zinc, you must obtain it through food or supplements. Typical natural sources of Zinc are; meat, eggs, fish, shellfish, seeds, and beans.
Zinc contributes to the following:
Vitamin C is probably the most explored vitamin of all time - and the most commonly known. We humans are not able to produce Vitamin C ourselves - we must get it through our diet. Good natural sources of Vitamin C are; green leafy vegetables, red bell pepper, dark red berries, and citrus fruits.
Vitamin C turns into a powerful antioxidant when absorbed into the body. It is a water-soluble vitamin, which means that the body automatically excretes excess amounts through the urine after 3-4 hours. Vitamin C is also called ascorbic acid and contributes to many essential functions in the body: