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Supreme Immunity

Supreme Immunity

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  • Advanced immune formula
  • Supports year-round and seasonal health1-10*
  • Helps maintain healthy gut function25,30*
  • Contains EpiCor®(Dried Yeast Fermentate)
  • Supports healthy immune function1-10*
  • Optimizes immune support to face daily challenges of the environment1-10*
  • It is standardized for more than 30% immunoglobulins from colostrum
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Take 2 lozenges and hold in mouth until dissolved, then swallow. After taking the lozenges, do not to consume food and drink for at least half an hour.

Not to be taken by transplant patients or patients taking immunosuppressing drugs.

Consult a physician prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medication, or if you have a medical condition.


Potency guaranteed until expiration date when stored in a cool, dry place at 70°F or below. Refrigeration is not required but highly recommended.

Other Ingredients: Stevia (Rebaudioside A) with erythritol, corn starch, natural caramel flavor, citric acid (preservative), magnesium stearate (vegetable).

Advanced Immune Formula

Supreme Immunity is a comprehensive, innovative formula that includes scientifically researched immune health ingredients including: alfa and beta glucans extracted from S. cerevisiae and mushrooms, immunoglobulins from colostrum, proprietary prebiotic and probiotic blend, vitamins and minerals.* These ingredients are formulated to support general and local immune health.*



    Colostrum has naturally occurring immunoglobulins, polypeptides and growth factors with well-documented immune-modulating and gastrointestinal health promoting properties.* Colostrum’s dual action-in the bloodstream and in the GI tract, helps maintain healthy intestinal flora and overall health.* Colostrum has a clinically proven effect on the immune system, as a large part of its components have immunological properties- immunoglobulins, cytokines, lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin, lysozyme.*
  • EpiCor®


    EpiCor® is a unique, natural dietary ingredient, derived entirely from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which supports the body's immune system by balancing its immune response.* It provides mostly beta-glucans as well as peptides, antioxidants, polyphenols, organic acids, nucleotides, mannans, etc. to support immune function.*


    The prebiotic is specially designed to support the colonization and growth of the probiotic blend within the formula.* The intake of prebiotic results in an increased number of probiotics in the gastrointestinal tract, which subsequently strengthens their positive effect on the immune system.*


    L. acidophilus and B. lactis have complementary immune-supporting properties and beneficial effect on gastrointestinal health.* These bacteria trigger a cascading chain of reactions that result in immune system balance and generation of adequate immune responses.*

    Among the most numerous beneficial bacteria in the mouth, Streptococcus salivarius is typically one of the first acquired in infancy.* S.salivarius helps to support the immune system with beneficial effect most pronounced in the throat, nose and ears.* Its main metabolites salivaricins, have numerous beneficial effects on the healthy balance of local flora.*



    Shiitake mushroom extract has naturally occurring alfa and beta glucans, with immune properties supported by many published clinical studies.*


    Vitamin D is an essential nutrient needed to keep bones, muscles and teeth healthy.* Though there are natural sources of vitamin D, they are limited only to a small number of foods. Our body creates vitamin D from cholesterol in the skin only when it’s exposed to the direct sunlight. That is why it is important to maintain the levels of vitamin D through additional supplementation. It also contributes to the normal function of the immune system.*
  • ZINC


    Zinc is an essential mineral that plays vital role in our body.* The role of Zinc is crucial for the normal growth, physical development, nutrient metabolism, cell function and division, DNA synthesis and protection of cells from oxidative stress. It also contributes to the normal function of the prostate.*
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