8 in 1 Immunity. How Prime Immunity gives your system the support it needs
Prime Immunity combines our patented flavonoid complex with the right amounts of Zinc, Copper and Vitamins B12, D3 & C to support healthy, proportionate and appropriate immune and inflammatory response. You simply don’t need anything else.
What is inside
Quercetin (150 mg).
Quercetin has been very well studied at concentrations between 100mg-1g.
Quercetin is a flavanol, a subclass of flavonoids. Quercetin type flavanols are found in apples, berries, brassica vegetables, capers, grapes, onions, shallots, tea, and tomatoes as well as being found in nuts, flowers, barks, and leaves.
Prime Immunity is boosted with 100mg more of Quercetin than the Prime supplement.
Quercetin provides antioxidants and supports cardiovascular health at levels of 1,000 MG/day. In studies Quercetin has been shown to provide benefits to people who react to seasonal allergens. and may provide relief from occasional inflammation due to seasonal changes.
Quercetin supports a healthy immune system. and promotes a healthy immune response. It also supports a healthy immune response post exercise. In studies Quercetin has been associated to support lung health.
Vitamin D3 (600 IU):
Prime Immunity provides 600IU or 15 mcg (micrograms, µg) per dose
Vitamin D also helps to maintain and support healthy immune function. Vitamin D3 is sourced from Lanolin, a natural oil found on the wool of wool-bearing animals such as sheep
Vitamin D has also been very well studied and shown to contribute positively to the normal function of the immune system.
Vitamin C, Ascorbic Acid (500 mg):
Vitamin C is an essential dietary component. Excess vitamin C is excreted in urine and needs to be replaced regularly in the diet.
People who have limited food variety might not obtain sufficient vitamin C.
Vitamin C helps to support a healthy immune system. It is a source of antioxidants for the maintenance of good health. Along with all antioxidants it helps maintain & support immune function.
Vitamin C was studied in concentrations between 200mg-1g in the common cold. Some studies showed a reduction of incidences of up to 50% and severity if taken prior to symptom onset.
The tolerable upper intake is 2,000 mg in adults.
Zinc is an essential mineral found in some foods, added to others, and supplemented. Red meat and poultry provide most of the zinc in the American diet. Phytates (in bread, cereals, legumes, and other foods) make zinc harder to absorb meaning that even in a diet high in zinc absorption may be affected by other dietary components.
Zinc plays a key role in the immune system. The body requires zinc to develop and activate T-lymphocytes. Severe zinc deficiency depresses immune function.
Studies have shown mild to moderate degrees of zinc deficiency can impair immune function. Some studies have concluded that low zinc status was associated with increases vulnerability to childhood infections.
Some studies have concluded that zinc may reduce the severity and duration of cold symptoms. 8 mg or 11 mg is recommended per day for women and men, respectively. The upper Tolerable Intake is 40mg for adults.
Copper is needed when supplementing zinc, due to a decreased ability to absorb copper. Some studies suggest that taking both Cu and Zn together helps the uptake of both.
Vitamin B12 (15 mcg):
Vitamin B12 is naturally found in fish, meat, dairy, and poultry. It helps in the normal function of the immune system. Normal energy yielding metabolism.