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Vitamin C is an incredible natural anti-viral agent and research has shown that vitamin C supplements can ease the symptoms of colds and flu as viruses cannot survive in a bloodstream saturated with vitamin C. Vitamin C is an important vitamin in all cases of infection and it also helps to boost immune activity.
Propolis is a natural substance collected by honey bees from buds and trees. Propolis contains tree resin, essential oils, waxes and bioflavonoids. Bioflavonoids are one of the most important components in Propolis due to their antioxidant effects helping to maintain a healthy immune system due to their natural antibiotic and antifungal properties.
Who is ZincoVit®-C for? ZincoVit®-C may be of benefit to:
What is ZincoVit®-C for? This unique combination of Zinc, Vitamin C and Propolis has been made into a lozenge for immediate effect. Zinc is a vital nutrient involved in many processes within the body, one of which is the immune system. Zinc should be taken both when an infection is present and to prevent a recurrence as it is recognised for its anti-infectious properties. It has been estimated that one in three adults in the UK do not consume sufficient zinc in their diet and those who are deficient in zinc can be susceptible to recurrent infections and can therefore suffer from one cold after another.
When should I take ZincoVit®-C? ZincoVit®-C can be taken either prior to or during a cold or flu, particularly if experiencing a sore throat. Can be taken to strengthen the body’s natural defences against allergies.
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