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NutriRise Super Immunity Complete Complex is the perfect blend of vitamins, trace elements, plant extracts, and probiotics for advanced daily immune support. It includes:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B6
  • Zinc
  • L-Glutamine
  • Elderberry Fruit - Sambucus Nigra
  • Echinacea Purpurea 
  • Garlic bulb - Allium sativum
  • Turmeric - Curcuma longa - 95% curcuminoids
  • Lactobacillus acidophilus probiotic
Yes. Our immune support supplements are rich in antioxidant ingredients. Inflammation can be caused by and lead to an excess of free radicals in your body. Antioxidants help decrease free radicals and the damage they cause.
You could, but it would be challenging to get all the nutrients in the right amounts to offer you the same immune function boost of NutriRise’s Super Immunity Complete Complex. It contains the powerful immune support of 4 oranges, 4 ounces of almonds, 10 avocados, 3 ½ cups of pumpkin seeds, and 450 mg of elderberry, packed into only 3 small capsules! With ingredients proven to boost your immune response, it's never been easier to ensure your body has the daily immune protection it needs.
Yes. All of the ingredients in the Super Immunity Complete Complex are natural, gluten and dairy-free. The plants used in our capsules are grown free of pesticides and other chemicals. Our capsules are free of wheat, yeast, artificial colors and flavors, sugar, artificial sweeteners, hormones, antibiotics, and heavy metals. All of our ingredients are non-GMO.
Probiotics help replenish the beneficial bacteria in the gut, also known as the microbiota. Bacterial infections, diet, lifestyle, and antibiotic usage can alter the quantity and function of the healthy bacteria inside the gut. A balanced microbiota protects you from harmful microorganisms, enhances antibody production, and supports immune cell development. Around 70% of the immune system is located in the gut, which is why gut health and a robust immune function go hand in hand.
If you get sick more often than your friends or family, have wounds that take a long time to heal, regularly feel tired, and have frequent digestive issues, your immunity may be the problem. Many factors contribute to lower immunity, like poor diet and excessive stress, and our immune system gradually declines as we age.
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that can help protect the biomolecules in your body, like collagen, DNA, proteins, and more. It helps guard your immune cells, boosts their production, and allows them to target pathogens and infection. Vitamin C is also required for your body to produce collagen, increasing wound healing and contributing to gut health. Studies have shown that vitamin C supplementation can help support the fight against respiratory tract infections.
About 50% of the American population is deficient in vitamin E and has a lower production of antibodies and cytokines, molecules used by the immune system to alert the body to infection or inflammation. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant. Its found in cells membranes and helps protect them from free radical damage. It also stimulates the production of antibodies for a healthy immune response and helps support the immune decline that happens as you age.
Vitamin B6, as pyridoxal phosphate (PLP), is essential for cell proliferation, the production of nucleotides (the building blocks of DNA and RNA), and the production of proteins. All these functions are necessary for immune function. When a virus enters the body, it triggers the multiplication of immune cells. Vitamin B6 stimulates the rapid increase of immune cells when they are needed. Low vitamin B6 can also affect the production of antibodies.
Zinc is vital for your cells to grow and differentiate, two processes that are constantly needed by the immune system. It is also fundamental to functions such as antioxidant activity, anti-inflammatory processes, and collagen synthesis. Zinc deficiency can cause severe immune dysfunction, and a shortage of zinc and vitamin C together can make you more susceptible to respiratory infection.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein in your body. When you hear the word protein, most people think of muscles. But your entire body relies on protein - the cells that build your bones, organs, hair, and skin. For our bodies to make the variety of proteins we need, it requires different amino acids. L-glutamine is classified as a nonessential amino acid. L-glutamine is necessary for proper immune function. It is necessary for the production of antibodies and good immune cell communication. Your L-glutamine requirement increases when you are sick.
Elderberries are rich in bioactive compounds that have antibacterial and antiviral activities. They also help in the recovery of symptoms after infection, reducing their length and severity. Elderberries can enhance antibody production and reduce the multiplication of viruses within our bodies. Elderberry extract contains compounds that have been shown to prevent viral infections and are a real asset in strengthening the immune response.
Echinacea is a herb known for its immune-boosting properties. It is rich in antioxidants and contains compounds that help restore antioxidants within your body, helping you fight oxidative stress. Echinacea also has antiviral properties, and it is considered very effective in treating viral infections without making you resistant. Echinacea also has anti-inflammatory functions. It enhances immunity by increasing circulating white blood cells, activating immune cell function, and elevating body temperature, killing microorganisms. Echinacea also plays a role in stimulating immune cell communication by increasing the production of helpful cytokines.
Garlic is one of the most widely investigated medicinal plants and is traditionally used to boost immune health. It is well known for its antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. It can fight some types of viruses, like those that cause cold sores and various bacteria related to chronic gastritis and ulcers. Studies show that garlic protects from respiratory infections and intensifies antibody and cytokine production. Garlic helps activate genes involved in immune response, and fight allergies and parasites, too. Garlic is also considered a prebiotic, meaning that it stimulates the growth of friendly bacteria in your intestines.
Turmeric is rich in curcuminoids, its main biologically active components. Curcuminoids have been shown to support the proliferation and function of immune cells like T and B cells, macrophages, NK cells, dendritic cells, and neutrophils. Besides curcuminoids, turmeric also contains other substances with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It can balance the immune system, deactivating inflammatory pathways when needed or enhancing antibody responses. In clinical trials, turmeric is shown to have antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Lactobacillus acidophilus is a strain of helpful bacteria usually found in our digestive tract. When we take healthy bacteria as dietary supplements, we call them 'probiotics'. Probiotics replenish your gut microbiota, the beneficial bacteria that live in your intestines: the more scientists research microbiota, the more apparent its importance to our immune health. Gut microbiota influences metabolism, weight, immune system, mood, and even brain health.

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