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Immune Intelligence Supplements

Our bodies use our immune systems to fight off disease. Generally, we think of getting immunisations or using antibiotics and antivirals to fight them off, but these are not the only methods available to boost our immune system. Incorporating immune intelligence supplements can also aid in boosting immunity.

Immune intelligence refers to the body’s ability to recognise harmful entities. Different from typical immune system responses, the body does not respond to disease with inflammation but naturally removes these harmful cells.

Supplements to help boost your immune system:

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

Vitamin D3 helps the immune system address white blood cell’s inflammatory reaction to disease. It protects the body from infection as it regulates immune cell activity and bolsters antiviral properties. Vitamin D also reduces inflammatory immune responses when the body is already dealing with too much inflammation.

£16.99

Bio Cultures Complex Advanced Multi Strain Probiotic

The gastrointestinal tract is home to 70% of the body's immune system, which is constantly exposed to antigens;  molecules that can trigger an immune response. Bio Cultures (probiotics & prebiotics) are key to keeping balanced gut bacteria and the building blocks of a healthy immune system.   

£16.99

Zinc Gluconate Tablets - 25mg

Zinc boosts immunity by lining skin and organs with immune cells. It helps wounds to heal and keeps your immune system strong. It also ensures that the parts of the body that create these immune cells, like the thymus and bone marrow, are working properly.

£9.99

Gentle Iron Bisglycinate - 28mg

Iron increases the amount of immune cells, red blood cells and oxygen throughout the body, and helps the immune system remain strong and resilient. An iron deficiency can take down your body's first line of defence in your immune system, which leaves you more at risk for infection and disease. 

£9.99

Super B Vitamin Complex

B vitamins are involved in the production of red blood cells, which carry oxygen and nutrients to the body's tissues and have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects and help boost the production of antibodies.

£16.99

Vitamin A | 10,000 IU | 400 Softgels

When the body is first introduced to harmful entities, it responds with inflammation, resulting in a fever. Conversely, immune intelligence doesn’t rely on inflammation to fight off disease. As Vitamin A has anti-inflammatory properties, it supports immune system functions.

£14.99

As the body gets introduced to illnesses and threats it gains antibodies and learns to fight these threats off. When a similar illness occurs in the future, the body’s immune system knows what to do and has the ability to fight it off. Think of the concept like muscle memory: the immune system recognises responses from the past and knows how to handle it appropriately.

The immune system also learns how to fight off disease with immunisations. They introduce a small example of harmful cells into your body thus allowing your body to fight off the cells and build up immunity to the disease. If the body is subjected to the same harmful cells in the future, it will be able to recognise the cells and fight them off easier. 

In addition to the help we get from immunisations, your body can receive an extra boost in natural immunity from some vitamins and minerals. Finding supplements to give natural help to our body’s immune intelligence can give our bodies the added support it needs to fight off disease.

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