Our Immune Supplement provides a daily dose of high strength Vitamin D to support your immune system. These strawberry & banana flavour tablets also contain 1 billion live friendly bacteria and are vegetarian, lactose free, gluten free and dairy free.
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Can you really boost your Immune System?
If you feel like you are always getting ill, catching bugs and colds and never quite feeling yourself, then you may be wondering exactly how you can boost your immune system.
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While it may seem counter intuitive, boosting your immune system isn't always a good thing, in fact, an overactive immune system can sometimes be harmful to the body. Instead of boosting your immune system, you want to support it, and you can do this by eating a balanced diet with healthy fats and nutrients, staying hydrated, exercising regularly and getting plenty of sleep. You can also support your immune system further by taking an immune support supplement such as one from our Immune® range, all containing high-strength vitamin D.
Supplements containing vitamin D can help support your immune system. Vitamin D helps to regulate the immune system by promoting the production of certain immune cells and it can help reduce inflammation.
Taking supplements that contain bacteria that live in the gut can help to support immune function by promoting a healthy balance of gut bacteria and enhancing the function of immune cells.
It's important to note that while these supplements may be helpful for supporting immune function, they should not be used as a replacement for a healthy diet and lifestyle. Why not learn more about gut bacteria and the immune system.
Immune supplements containing vitamin D are best taken throughout the winter months when there is less sunshine for you to be able to naturally create vitamin D, but you may consider taking them when you are feeling run down or as a regular top up.