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Cold Season Vitamins & Supplements

Support Against Viruses

Clear blocked noses, relieve chesty coughs, support your white blood cells & stimulate your immune response to colds and flu.

The right vitamins and supplements to keep your immune system fighting fit when cold and flu season comes around.
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NAC (N Acetyl Cysteine)

NAC is a godsend in cold season, as it actively dissolves mucus. This is how it clears blocked noses and chesty coughs, making colds less horrible and potentially helping you clear up chest infections faster. 

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Garlic Capsules - High Strength 30,000mg - 180 Odourless Softgels

Garlic works in two ways. It kills many viruses and bacteria, and it also directly supports and stimulates the immune system to work harder. This makes it a super natural support when you are fighting off infections including colds and flu. 

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Quercetin Capsules

Quercetin amplifies the benefits of vitamin C, by improving the amount of this immune system vitamin that we absorb and also working with it in the body to deliver all its immune-boosting benefits. 

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Zinc Gluconate Tablets - 25mg

Zinc is so important for the immune system that it's included in many cold remedies these days. No medicine cupboard should be without it for cold season, although it's better to take it year-round to support your immune system. Prevention is always better than cure!

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Bio Cultures Complex Advanced Multi Strain Probiotic

Did you know around 80% or more of your immune system is working full time in your intestine to keep the gut bacteria under control? It kills off the harmful bacteria to help nurture the helpful varieties. This means that taking a good probiotic bio cultures supplement could be the most direct way possible to give your whole immune system a helping hand. 

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Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply) Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)
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Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)

The core role of vitamin D for the immune system is well-known by now, and many people are also aware that vitamin D deficiency is shockingly common in Britain. This is why we are all advised by the UK government to take vitamin D supplements throughout the winter. This is one of the best ways to help your immune system fend off colds and flu naturally. 

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Vitamin A | 10,000 IU | 400 Softgels

Vitamin A is the often overlooked immune vitamin. It's so well known for its essential role in keeping our eyes and vision healthy that we forget it's absolutely indispensable for even a basically functioning immune system. Adding it to your supplements collection can give a significant support to your immune defences. 

Essential Immunity Bundle Essential Immunity Bundle
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Essential Immunity Bundle

The essential immunity bundle offers you money savings on the the three fundamental immune system supplements for winter protection: Zinc, probiotic Bio Cultures and Vitamin D. 


The best natural ways to help make a cold or flu go away faster

1. Rest and Sleep

Rest is crucial for allowing your body to recover and heal from illness. Aim to get plenty of sleep and rest throughout the day to support your immune system and energy levels.

2. Stay Hydrated

Staying hydrated helps loosen mucus, soothe sore throat, and support overall health. Drink plenty of water, herbal teas, clear broths, and electrolyte-rich drinks like coconut water or diluted sports drinks to stay hydrated.

3. Warm Saltwater Gargle

Gargling with warm saltwater can help soothe a sore throat and reduce inflammation. Mix 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water and gargle for 30 seconds, then spit it out.

4. Herbal Teas and Helpful Foods

Ginger has anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties and can help alleviate nausea and support immune function. A mixture of honey and lemon in warm water can soothe a sore throat and provide relief from coughing.

5. Steam Inhalation

Steam inhalation can help loosen congestion, open up nasal passages, and alleviate sinus pressure. Lean over a bowl of hot water, cover your head with a towel, and inhale the steam for several minutes. You can also add essential oils like eucalyptus or peppermint for added benefits.

And don't forget...

6. Warm Compress

A warm compress can help relieve muscle aches, joint pain, and sinus pressure. Apply a warm compress to your forehead, sinuses, or sore muscles to help alleviate pain and discomfort.

7. Nutritious Diet:

Eating a balanced and nutritious diet supports your immune system and provides essential nutrients for recovery. Focus on consuming plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, and healthy fats to support overall health and immune function.

8. Avoid Smoking and Alcohol

Smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can impair your immune system and prolong recovery. Avoid smoking and limit alcohol consumption to support your body's natural healing process.

9. Manage Stress

Chronic stress can weaken your immune system and make you more susceptible to illness. Practice stress-reducing techniques like deep breathing, meditation, yoga, or spending time in nature to help manage stress and support immune function.

10. When to See Your GP

If your symptoms are severe, persistent, or worsening, it's time to call your doctor. Seek medical advice if you experience high fever of 40 degrees or more, difficulty breathing, severe headache or chest pain.

Fights colds with vitamins and foods, instead of chemicals and medicines

The NHS advises you should not visit your GP if you have a cold or flu. However, do see a doctor if your cold persists for an unusually long time or if you have an underlying health condition.

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