With a new season upon us, it’s important to take inventory on what our body may be in need of. As schedules change and new routines settle in, let’s fall back to our health and wellness routines. Whether you simply put a pause on taking your daily vitamins or have yet to start a regime, now is the time to establish a wellness routine, especially as we head into the colder months.
From sleeping to supplementation and staying active, routines can help aid in your immunity. Isotonix® offers an incredible product line-up for many of your needs, including immune-supporting supplementation.
Isotonix Vitamin D with K2: Often referred to as the sunshine vitamin, Vitamin D is an important part of wellness. According to Dr. Deedra Mason, “Vitamin D reigns supreme when it comes to Immune support…Vitamin D is essential for the production of proteins that are part of the balance of our bodies’ immune cells.”
Isotonix Vitamin C: Since our bodies can’t make Vitamin C, this supplement is especially important to include in a wellness regime. Vitamin C promotes optimal immune functions, antioxidant protection and reduces the inflammatory response amongst other benefits.
Isotonix Digestive Enzymes with Probiotics: Digestive health is an incredibly important part of your immunity for optimal absorption of nutrients. Dr. Dee shared with us that “balancing your immune system through a healthy digestive system is the key to optimal health.” Isotonix Digestive Enzymes supports a healthy digestive tract as well as healthy immune functions.
Isotonix Immune: Formulated with the clinically-studied, Wellmune®, Isotonix Immune supports the body’s natural immune response. This unique formulation supports immune cells which are already a part of the body’s natural defenses. Isotonix Immune also contains Vitamin C and Zinc, which are known vitamins and minerals for providing support to the immune system.
It’s more important now, than ever, to understand what your body may or may not be lacking. Supporting and promoting a healthy immune system is a great place to start. Learn more about supporting your immune system: Four Things You Should Know About Immune Health.
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