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IMMUNITY-9 was formulated by nutrition experts with the top 9 immune-boosting vitamins and nutrients that have gained national recognition. Our unique formulation is used by people worldwide to help
- Helps naturally strengthen their immune system
- Aid in protecting against colds and flu
- Promote improved energy levels
- Contribute to overall health and well-being.
The Benefits of
Advanced All-Natural Formula for Overall Health and Wellness
Elderberry, vitamin C & D, zinc, magnesium, and garlic are known to effectively support the immune system. Our combination of natural extracts proactively support your immune system and helps to strengthen your body’s natural immune response.
Garlic and elderberry both support a healthy heart and help to maintain healthy cardiovascular function. They contain natural antioxidants and help to lower cholesterol, regulate blood pressure, and maintain healthy arteries and blood vessels.
Vitamin A, C & E, magnesium and zinc are nutrients that play an essential role in regulating optimal body function. Regularly replenishing your body’s reserves of these essential nutrients helps to maintain and support overall health and general well-being.
The bioactive compounds in garlic help to boost energy levels and promote faster metabolism, which in turn help in maintaining a healthy weight.
Elderberry, garlic, oregano, vitamin C & D, and zinc help reduce the occurrence and duration of the common cold and flu. Our unique blend of immunity-boosting ingredients contribute to faster recovery from illness.
The combination of vitamin C & D, garlic and magnesium naturally supports lung health and your body’s normal respiratory function. These ingredients help protect your respiratory health during travel, stress, and seasonal changes.
Vitamin C, elderberry, and zinc are all high-potency natural antioxidants that reduce free radicals and oxidative stress. Antioxidants protect our cells from free radical damage and help maintain general health and well-being.
The powerful antioxidant combination of elderberry, zinc, and vitamin C helps support healthy skin by promoting collagen production that helps nourish the skin, and keep it supple and hydrated.
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“I love that this product combines all of my favorite ingredients in one bottle. Whether I’m running my business or helping my kids build a pillow fort, I have to feel my best to be my best and it helps me perform at my highest level. IMMUNITY-9 is now part of my daily routine.”
“Since I’ve been taking IMMUNITY-9, my skin has been glowing! So not only is it great for my immune system, it also keeps all of me healthy – including my skin. It is my go-to overall health formula.”
“I take it every morning as soon as I wake up. I took it in the beginning only when I was starting to get sick and it worked wonders. Since I have been taking it every day I feel more energized and my skin never looked so good!”
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