Don’t Slow Down This Autumn (or Any Season)

Avoiding Falling Ill This Autumn

With the first official day of fall just one week away on September 23, we have so many fall favorites to look forward to: football, pumpkins, sweaters, apple cider, the crisp air, and cooler temperatures (for most of us at least). As the leaves turn all shades of orange, red, and yellow, our minds may turn to staying well this season.

Cold vs. Cold

“Don’t stay outside too long, you’re going to catch a cold.” Sound familiar? There’s a fairly common belief that cooler weather makes us more susceptible to illness. But do the colder temps actually bring on the colds? The answer is no . . . but viruses replicate and spread more readily in colder temps. According to, “While the weather is not directly responsible for making people sick, the viruses that cause colds may spread more easily in lower temperatures, and exposure to cold and dry air may adversely impact the body's immune system.” So, the weather doesn’t make us sick, but the viruses do spread more easily and cold air can impact our immunity.

Build That Shield*

What can you do to stay well? There are simple things you can do like wash your hands, get enough sleep, drink water, and avoid contact with people who are sick. One of the best ways to set yourself up for success is by starting with a strong immune system. It has been said that the “best offense is a good defense,” and by strengthening your body’s natural defense, you can shield yourself from those common viruses.

To give yourself a fighting chance, you have to protect your immune system. To support your immune system, try Immune—a super booster that helps you stay healthy and active all year long. Immune is a potent blend of therapeutic mushrooms packed with some of nature’s most concentrated antioxidants and a full daily value of Vitamin C that work together to keep you healthy by strengthening your immune system. Taking Immune every day helps to keep you healthy by nourishing and strengthening your immune system year-round.

The Power of Immune

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Immune works because it is packed with powerful antioxidants that neutralize free radicals. The simple act of breathing causes oxidation, which creates these free radicals that destabilize molecules within us, creating more free radicals that weaken our immune system and make us more susceptible to those seasonal changes that can be tough on our bodies. Fortunately, antioxidants neutralize free radicals, but few of us get enough antioxidants through our diet.

Antioxidants are found in a variety of foods, but the ones in Immune aren’t your average antioxidants. Immune is a powerful blend of therapeutic mushrooms packed with healthy bioactives, adaptogens, and some of nature’s most concentrated antioxidants. Immune contains super-concentrated mushroom content, which competitors don’t use because it’s so high end. Immune not only supports your immune system, but actually improves the body’s stress response and supports energy levels—so you get worn down less. In short, you won’t find anything else like it out there and it works!

What Immune Fans Are Saying

“Immune is awesome! Whenever I start feeling crummy, I just take Immune, and I really notice a difference. I love how it keeps me feeling my best all year long. It’s a fantastic product that you should have on hand at all times.” -Jeff M.

“Immune is my go-to supplement during every season—not just fall and winter! Anytime I start to feel worn down from not getting enough sleep or just from the everyday stress of being a single, working mom, I take my Immune and my body starts to feel better. If my throat starts hurting or I start getting a little tingle in my ear—any sign that a cold might be coming—I take my Immune and it’s gone within a day! I love Immune!” -Kim G.

Contact your Distributor today to get your Immune. Or reach us at 801.756.8808 to order yours.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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