What Immunity Support Should you Consider this Winter?
Here at Swisse, we’re really big on immunity. And with adults experiencing on average 4-6 colds per year1, it helps to look after your immune system to avoid any nasty bugs this winter.
Our two hero Swisse immunity offerings are Swisse Ultiboost Immune and Swisse Ultiboost Immune Forte. They may look and sound similar, but these immunity helpers have two very different purposes. Here’s our handy guide, so you can consider adding them to your winter wellness kit today.
For immune support: Swisse Ultiboost Immune
It’s starting to get colder, nights are getting longer, and cold and flu season is kicking in. Consider adding Swisse Ultiboost Immune to your wellness regime, to provide some immune system support throughout the winter months. Formulated with zinc and vitamin C, this premium quality formula helps to maintain a healthy immune system during winter and beyond.
For symptom relief: Swisse Ultiboost Immune Forte
Experiencing those familiar feelings of the common cold? Let’s face it, no one wants to be off their game this winter. If you are looking for symptom relief, try Swisse Ultiboost Immune Forte. It contains standardized andrographis extract, a herb that supports a healthy immune system function and can help to relieve symptoms of the common cold, mild upper respiratory tract infections, tonsillitis and sinusitis.
So, here’s your key takeaways on how you can support your immune health this winter:
- Swisse Ultiboost Immune is ideal to take daily and ongoing to support the immune system.
- Swisse Ultiboost Immune Forte can be taken twice daily for relief from symptoms associated with the common cold, mild tonsillitis, sinusitis and upper respiratory tract infections.
- And remember, it’s important to keep warm, eat healthy and exercise throughout the winter months to help support your immune system. Do winter well!
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Supplements may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.