Immune Support Packets

Immune Support Packets

Immune Support Packets

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Boost Your Immune System with Immune Support Packets

The health of your immune system is important all year long. Factors like illness and poor diet are just a couple that may have negative effects on your immunity, and if you’ve been searching for a way to support it, Designs for Health can help.

Immune Support Packets provide a wide range nutrients that help support your immune system health and function on a daily basis. Each daily packet provides eight capsules that work to help keep you healthy.

Each packet contains the following:

  • 3 capsules of Immunitone Plus
  • 1 capsule of N-Acetyl Cysteine
  • 1 capsule of Vitamin D Complex
  • 1 capsule of Stellar C
  • 1 capsule of Zinc Supreme
  • 1 capsule of Tegricel Colostrum

Every box of Immune Support Packets from Designs for Health is made without gluten. Just one packet every day may help keep you healthy and give your immune system a little extra boost. Order yours today!

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Each Packet Contains:

  • 3 – Immunitone Plus capsules
  • 1 – Vitamin D Complex capsule
  • 1 – Stellar C capsule
  • 1 – Zinc Supreme capsule
  • 1 – Tegricel Colostrum capsule
  • 1 – N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine capsule

Supplement Facts (Immunitone Plus)
3 capsules contain:
Echinacea (Echinacea augustifolia) (root) 300mg
—[standardized to contain 12% echinacosides]
Green Tea Extract (Camellia sinensis) (leaf) 300mg
—[standardized to contain 45% EGCg and 98% polyphenols)]
Astragalus Extract (Astragalus membranaceus) (root) 200mg
Elderberry Extract (Sambucus nigra) (berries) 200mg
Andrographis (Andrographis paniculata) (stems) 200mg
—[standardized to contain 4% andrographolides]
Arabinogalactan (as ImmunuEnhancer) (Larch Tree) 100mg
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) (root) 100mg
—[standardized to contain 5% berberine alkaloids]
Lauric Acid 100mg
Cordyceps Mushroom (Cordyceps sinensis) 50mg
Shiitake Mushroom (Lentinula edodes) 50mg
Maitake Mushroom (Grifola frondosa) 50mg
Reishi Mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum) 50mg
Beta 1, 3 Glucan (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) 9mg
Other Ingredients: Cellulose (capsule), vegetable stearate.

Supplement Facts (N-Acetyl-Cysteine):
1 capsule contains:
N-Acetyl-Cysteine 900mg
Other Ingredients: cellulose (capsule), stearates (vegetable source), microcrystalline cellulose.

Supplement Facts (Tegricel Colostrum):
1 capsule contains:
Colostrum (as Tegricel) 575mg
Other Ingredients: cellulose (capsule).

Supplement Facts (Zinc Supreme):
1 capsule contains:
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 5mg
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCI) 50mg
Zinc (TRAACS Zinc Bisglycinate Chelate) 30mg
Molybdenum (TRAACS Molybdenum Glycinate Chelate) 250mcg
Taurine 400mg
Malic Acid 30mg
Other Ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, cellulose (capsule), vegetable stearate.

Supplement Facts (Vitamin D Complex)
1 capsule contains:
Vitamin A (as palmitate) 5000 IU
Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) 2000 IU
Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol) 8 IU
Vitamin K 525mcg
—(as Vitamin K1 phytonadione 500mcg; Vitamin K2 Maneaquinone-7 25mcg)
High Gamma Mixed Tocopherols 50mg
—(as d-gamma, d-delta, d-alpha, d-beta)
Tocotrienols (delta, gamma) 10mg
Other Ingredients: cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide.

Supplement Facts (Stellar C)
1 capsule contains:
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid and acerola) 600mg
Acerola (Malpighia glabra L.) (fruit) 200mg
—(standardized to contain 25% vitamin C)
Citrus Bioflavonoids 100mg
—(standardized to contain 50% hesperidin)
Rutin 50mg
Quercetin 50mg
Other Ingredients: cellulose (capsule), vegetable stearate.

This product Contains NO: gluten.

Recommended Use:
Adults: As a dietary supplement, take 1 packet per day, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women. This product contains vitamin K. Consult your healthcare practitioner before use if you are taking aspirin, Coumadin, warfarin or antibiotics. Keep out of the reach of children.

Bring on the SUN!

Bring on the SUN!

I don’t know about you but I love the sun… When you live in Minnesota you have a very small window of opportunity to really take in the sun for all it’s worth.

When I started my weight loss journey I had some blood work done. One of the test discovered that my Vitamin D level was low, very low. So how the heck to you get vitamin D? For the very best source…. The SUN!

For years, I’ve heard that sunbathing is bad for you and that you should avoid it at all costs. That is, unless you have to be out for some reason in the noonday sun, and then – you better use some ultra-high SPF sunscreen and wear a hat. Otherwise, you are setting yourself up for developing the most deadly form of skin cancer, malignant melanoma. Why, even the name sends shivers down your spine.

While doing some research on how to improve my vitamin D level I found some interesting things.

Believe it or not, the sun can actually be good for you. U.S. scientist Richard Setlow, who initially warned of the dangers of sun exposure and increased risk of skin cancer now says, “Not so fast!” It appears that the benefits of moderate sun exposure may actually outweigh some of the risks. The key word here is “moderate.”


Our bodies NEED Vitamin D and sunlight provides a natural source of it. Vitamin D protects against deadly forms of internal cancer, including those of the breast, lung, colon and prostate. It also is a key vitamin in the prevention of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis and a fundamental ingredient for bone health.

So, how do you minimize the risks of external malignant melanoma, while soaking in enough Vitamin D to minimize the risks of developing these other serious internal conditions?

Moderation is the key. Spend 20 minutes in the sun, with your hands, arms and face exposed, to get the necessary daily dose of Vitamin D. If you remain any longer, wear a hat and apply high SPF sunscreen frequently. During the cooler months of the year, increase your Vitamin D intake with supplements and foods, such as fish and liver.

Scientists are also being challenged to create better sunscreens that continue to filter out the damaging radiation (UVA rays), while allowing more Vitamin D-stimulating radiation (UVB rays) to soak through the skin. Until then…….moderation is the key.

Here is fun fact for you to learn when the best time to get vitamin D in your area:

I checked Eden Prairie, Minnesota. In the year 2015 the earliest that you can get Vitamin D from the sun is April 1st. The last day is September 9.

April 1st 12:00-12:30 (1st day you can get Vitamin D from the sun)

  • May 1st 10:00AM- 2:10PM
  • June 1st 9:30AM-2:50PM
  • July 1st 9:40AM-3:00PM
  • Aug 1st 10:00AM-2:40-PM
  • Sept1 11:10AM-1:20PM
  • Sept 9 11:50AM-12:30PM (last day)

You can click here:

or google USNO sun azimuth table and go on the website to plug in any date and city to find out what time of day you can get Vitamin D from the sun. The sun has to be at 50 degrees in altitude for you skin to produce Vitamin D.

Remember, your skin will produce 10,000 I.U. of Vitamin of in just 15 minutes of peak sun exposure!

So bring on the sunshine!!!!!