ULTRA IMUNE C 200g
ULTRA IMUNE C 200g
ULTRA IMUNE C 200g
ULTRA IMMUNE C provides a powerful dose of vitamin C, vitamin D3 and zinc, supporting the immune system.
With a delicious tropical flavor, keep your immune system active.
Delivering a potent dose of vitamin C (1000 mg), with vitamin D3 (1000 IU) and zinc, ULTRA IMMUNE C provides direct and immediate support to the immune system to reduce the duration and severity of symptoms associated with the common cold.
ULTRA IMMUNE C helps address specific immunity challenges associated with exhausted athletes, as well as those affected by illness during the colder winter months.
This powerful combination of immunity-boosting micros comes in light powder form with a delicious tropical flavor, keeping your immune system active even in the toughest conditions.
- Contains high doses of vitamin C 1000 mg.
- 1000 IU of vitamin D3 + 15 mg of zinc in each serving.
- Tropical flavor.
- Promotes the health of the immune system.
- Improves the function of the immune system.
Each 5g scoop contains:
- Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) - 1000 mg
- Cholecalciferol - 25 mcg / vitamin D3 equivalent - 1000 IU
- Zinc gluconate - 117.2 mg/equivalent Zinc - 15 mg
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HOW TO DRINK
Adults: take one (1) tablespoon daily with water or juice or follow your nutritionist's instructions.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dosis. Keep out of reach of children. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced and healthy lifestyle. Do not use if seal is broken. Store below 30º.
- Gluten, dairy, nuts and egg free.
- Contains sulfites and sucralose.
Warning: Contains zinc, which can be dangerous if ingested in large amounts or over a long period of time.
PILLAR PERFORMANCE FAQs
HOW DOES VITAMIN D HELP IMMUNE FUNCTION?
Numerous studies have correlated low levels of vitamin D with increased infections, and we now know that vitamin D modulates both our innate and adaptive immune responses.
This also relates to our understanding of the role the seasons play in our fluctuating immune susceptibility. The cold weather we experience in winter does not intrinsically cause an increase in the flu, but rather the shorter days and less exposure to sunlight lead to one thing - significantly less vitamin D - a biological breeding ground for susceptibility to the flu. disease.
WHY DOES A HIGH TRAINING LOAD MAKE YOU MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO GETTING SICK?
Highly active people are vulnerable to disease due to the increased physiological stress their body incurs, as well as the depletion of resources and energy needed for muscle repair. Supplementing with vitamin C and zinc ensures that exercise does not deplete the variety of nutrients needed to maintain healthy immunity.
HOW DOES ZINC REALLY ACT?
When a virus or bacteria invades the body, zinc moves to key cells that help fight the infection and ensure inflammation doesn't get out of control. Zinc deficiency affects the production and effectiveness of immune cells, resulting in a decrease in host defenses and an increased risk of inflammation. Having adequate zinc levels means your immune system functions at optimal levels, even when your body is fatigued from training, preventing illness and subsequent loss of training time.
WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS OF VITAMIN C DEFICIENCY?
Vitamin C deficiencies ultimately result in impaired immunity and increased vulnerability to infections. Vitamin C cannot be synthesized endogenously by humans and therefore requires an external source (diet or supplements) to obtain it. Additionally, vitamin C is a water-soluble compound, meaning it has little ability to be retained by the body and requires regular consumption.
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO TAKE ULTRA IMMUNE C FOR PERFORMANCE RESULTS?
If you take it when you start to notice that you are getting sick, it will reduce both the duration and severity of any cold or related illness.
We also see many professional athletes use this supplement when training load is extremely high (e.g. pre-season) as a precaution for compromised immunity due to physical exertion. Zinc and vitamin C are water soluble, so they can be taken on an empty stomach; It is also best to avoid taking them with foods or drinks that contain dairy products.