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Immune

Defence against colds

Zinc and Vitamin C

Scientifically developed and tested
Fresh minty taste

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Feeling a bit under the weather or want to prepare for the cold and flu season? Build your immune defences with Vitamints™ Immune.

Vitamints™ Immune is scientifically formulated to support your immune system and help tackle cold symptoms.

Benefits

  • Vitamin C helps maintain a healthy immune system, acts as an antioxidant (minimising the risk of cell damage), and assists wound healing.
  • Zinc helps fight colds, flu and other infections, and helps heal skin and wounds.

Formula

Vitamints RDI or AI**
per tablet per day*
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
(as Sodium Ascorbate)
50 mg 200 mg 45 mg/d
Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) 3 mg 12 mg 11 mg/d

* at dose of 4 per day
** RDI – recommended daily intake, AI – adequate intake – as established by National Health and Medical Research Council

Suggested Daily Dose:

Adults:

4 tablets a day.

This amount may be reduced depending on your needs and diet.

Up to 10 Vitamints a day can be safely consumed.

Teenagers:

3 tablets a day

This amount may be reduced depending on your needs and diet.

Up to 10 Vitamints a day can be safely consumed.

Children (2-10 years):

2 tablets a day

This amount may be reduced depending on your needs and diet.

Up to 5 Vitamints a day can be safely consumed.

Dose Time:

Can be taken at anytime, but best absorption is achieved by spreading the dose throughout the day.

No Added:

sugar, artificial colours, artificial flavours, preservatives, yeast, starch, gluten, lactose or dairy products

Cautions:

Do not use if seal missing or broken.

If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

Warnings

Contains 2.5g sorbitol. Excessive use of products containing sorbitol may have a laxative effect or cause diarrhoea.

Contains Sucralose.

Contains zinc which may be dangerous if taken in large amounts or for long periods.

Not to be used in children under two years of age without medical advice.