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How to Support Your Immunity

How to Support Your Immunity

Have questions about how to support your immune system? We’re here to shed some light on the things you can eliminate or incorporate into your routine to help support your immunity.

How to Support Your Immunity

Our lifestyle, diet and daily habits can have a big impact on the strength of our immune system. To support your immunity, it’s best to ensure that your diet is balanced and includes plenty of fruit and vegetables. As well as making sure you get enough sleep, listen to your body to know when to rest and take a break. Here’s a list of things you can do to support your general health and wellbeing:

  1. Eat fruit and vegetables
  2. Listen to your body and know when to rest
  3. Get enough sleep
  4. Don’t smoke
  5. Exercise regularly
  6. Drink plenty of water

As well as these lifestyle changes, you can make sure you’re getting the 3 essential vitamins your body needs to support your immunity1,2,3:

1. Vitamin C
A well-known, important vitamin for the maintenance of your immune system.1

2. Vitamin D3
It’s vital that we get enough of this ‘sunshine vitamin’, which helps the normal function of our immune system to keep us fighting fit.3

3. Zinc
This essential mineral has lots of benefits for our health, including the function of our immune system.2


During busy schedules, an all-in-one vitamin could be the perfect addition to your daily routine if you’re looking to support your immune system. Made with a unique blend of Vitamins C, Vitamin D and Vitamin E, our Immune Health multivitamin has been expertly designed to support your wellbeing goals, even in hectic schedules. Plus, we’ve added Zinc to contribute to the normal function of the immune system,2 as well as Selenium to protect cells against oxidative stress, all in one convenient capsule.4

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1 Vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system

2 Zinc contributes to the normal function of the immune system

3 Vitamin D contributes to the normal function of the immune system

4. Selenium contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress

Alicia Brittle

Alicia Brittle

Writer and expert

Originally from the Lake District, Alicia moved to Newcastle to study English Literature. After completing her degree, Alicia moved to Manchester to pursue a career in writing. With a strong passion for beauty, wellness and self-care topics, Alicia enjoys keeping up-to-date with the latest beauty trends, and enjoys writing top tips on how to feel great from the inside out.