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Revolutionary immune booster
3-in-1 immune system booster for a fast-active immune response and better protection against illness-causing microbes. With a superior form of vitamin C (Ester-C®) – non-acidic and gentle on the stomach.
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Contents: 1x Immunity Boost 1+2 FREE 60 capsules/30 days
Sufficient for 30 days
€1.00 / Capsule
To support our body effectively when illness-causing microbes or other “invaders” attack it, we have to reinforce all the 3 levels of defence that the immune system uses:
1) The first-defence barriers (skin, mucus membranes/like fortress walls). Main player: Vitamin C.
2) The fast-acting and less efficient innate immunity (the first immune cells/like the first police officers on the scene). Main player: Selenium.
3) The slow-acting but extremely target-oriented acquired immunity (based on antibodies/like seek-and-destroy special forces). Main player: Zinc.
And that’s why Immunity Boost offers such powerful support – because it sustains all the 3 main branches of the immune system needed to effectively protect our body from infections and cope easier with them.
1st line of defence (1): mucus, skin, tears, microbiota = protective wall (innate immunity)
2nd line of defence (2): attack of a wide range of immune cells, fever, inflammation (innate immunity)
3rd line of defence (3): formation of antibodies that destroy the pathogen/ microbe (adaptive immunity)
When Ester-C® was clinically studied, it was confirmed that it stays in the microbe-fighting white blood cells for up to 24 hours, which is longer than regular Vitamin C. This means it can act as an immune system booster all day long, 24/7!****Source: Combs MA, et al. Vitamin C Metabolites Enhance Leukocyte Uptake And Half Life: Critical Implications For Immune Enhancement. 48th Annual Meeting of the American College of Nutrition. 2007.
Reinforces immune function
Prevents tiredness and fatigue
Helps fight illness-causing microbes
1. Strengthening the first-line barriers The skin and mucus membranes are the first-line defence against microbes and try to prevent their entry into the body.
Vitamin C helps create a stronger anti-microbe response by strengthening the skin and mucus membranes (by strengthening collagen, their building block). This reinforces our first barrier against microbes – hindering their passage into our body where they can infect us and multiply.
2. Sustaining the fast-acting innate immune response White blood cells called neutrophils and macrophages are the first police officers on the scene trying to engulf and destroy invading microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, and others) and damaged cells.
Selenium enhances our immune response to microbes and protects our cells from free radicals generated during a viral attack. It helps buy time until the special forces soldiers of the acquired immunity get recruited (= produced) in high enough numbers. Usually, it takes up to 2 weeks.
3. Supporting the acquired immune response This is the evolutionary most evolved branch of our immune system. It is a specialist for each and every single microbe or other illness-causing substance.
It is based on specialised white blood cells called B cells that produce antibodies, our special forces that target and destroy problematic foreign substances as microbes. But for every newcomer that our body doesn’t know yet, it has to produce new antibodies. This process takes time and energy.
Zinc is the mineral needed for the development and growth of antibodies, the most specialised and effective weapon against illness-causing organisms.
All 3 – vitamin C, Selenium, and Zinc – protect immune cells against their own microbe-fighting weapons. When immune cells mount an attack against microbes, they use specific microbe-killing substances that can be dangerous to the immune cells and other body cells. So, Vitamin C, Se, and Zn help build a shield that protects our cells.