Nobody wants to be sick, not to mention how much treatment can result, especially when all family members take turns suffering from infectious diseases. And the complications of these diseases, to put it mildly, are unpleasant: otitis media, bronchitis, pneumonia …

You can help yourself by strengthening the body’s defenses with the help of useful nutritional supplements.

Due to the deterioration of immunity in most people, manufacturers began to develop immunomodulators, but the latter do more harm than good, because at the end of their intake, disease resistance decreases. Therefore, it is better to take biological active additives.

Supplements as an effective tool for the prevention of diseases:

  • they do not contain chemistry;
  • contain vitamins, minerals and nutrients;
  • do not harm health;
  • an overdose is practically impossible.

To restore or maintain the normal functioning of the immune system, it is necessary to add dietary supplements “Spiruvit” based on spirulina powder –   this is safe and effective.

Spirulina experiments have shown that it has an amazing ability to regulate immunity. Even a small amount of it exerts a stabilizing effect on the immune system, while the body releases energy that is distributed by the body into the most necessary processes to ensure normal functioning and healing. Spirulina intake enhances cellular communication processes, helps immune cells recognize the DNA of foreign organisms. That is why most people notice the energy recovery in the reception “Spiruvit” from the company Healthity. Such remarkable properties of algae are due, first of all, to the presence of beta-carotene, phycocyanin and polysaccharides in its composition.

In general, dietary supplements to increase immunity should be taken by all of us, especially at the end of winter – the beginning of spring, in order to feel alert and active.

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