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Remedy for a Strong Immune System

14 August 2006

Nutra-Life Coughs Up a Traditional Remedy for a Strong Immune System

There is never a convenient time to get sick. That’s why Nutra-Life Health & Fitness have developed ImmunoX to help strengthen resistance to infection, protect the immune system and help fight illness.

This powerful natural immune support formula can be used all year round and is particularly beneficial at times when you are most susceptible to illness – be it during the change of season, when travelling overseas or when feeling run down.

ImmunoX is formulated with Lactoferrin, a natural immune-stimulating formula found in cow’s and mother’s milk and proven to help protect against immune-attacking viruses.

This is combined with the powerful Chinese herb Astragalus, as well as Reishi and Shiitake mushrooms. These ingredients have a long history of use in Chinese medicine for their benefits in strengthening immunity by helping to overcome the negative effects of bacteria and viruses and other microorganisms associated with colds and other infections.

Immuno X also includes important vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, Zinc and Selenium needed to guard against nutrient depletion and support health and wellbeing.

Immuno X is available from selected pharmacies and health food stores nationwide.

RRP $19.90 for carton of 30 tablets.


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