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Why your immunity matters


Your immune system is your first line of defence against infection and disease. If your immune system is operating as it should, you’ll be better equipped to deal with the challenges your body faces.


Immunity = Strong immune system function
Dd you know that we face 60,000 germs on a daily basis? Fortunately for us, only 1-2% are potentially harmful. Our immune system is constantly sorting through this information and preparing the body to respond.
This is known as our "Immunity". We can help it do its thing by keeping it adequately powered through good nutritional intakes of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.

Your immune system needs more support when it’s working hard. Vitamin C is well documented in its ability to protect the body from free radicals. The active form of Vitamin D3 is thought to play a central role in protection against respiratory virus infections. But underdog Zinc is perhaps the most important due to how common zinc deficiency is (almost 1 in 4) , and its essential role as a stimulant of antiviral immunity.

You can’t feel your best when your body is inflamed. We pack our drinks with over 300mg of dietary plants to aid absorption and to provide the body with rich sources of antioxidants. Did you know Chamomile and Ginger are some of the most powerful sources of antioxidants? But it’s Vitamin C that really steals the show with its ability to donate a hydrogen atom, and form a relatively stable ascorbyl-free radical. To prevent oxidative damage, we need lots of antioxidants to remove these pesky oxygen-centred radicals!

Mood Booster
Have you met many people with colds who are in a great mood? Probably not, and there’s a reason for that. When our immune system is under threat, so is our mood. Vitamin C really is a powerhouse; famous its energising effect, it’s great for relieving tiredness and fatigue naturally. Vitamin D deficiency has long been linked to depression, with some clinical studies even showing moderate improvement in depression with supplementation of the sunshine vitamin.

Gut Health
Over 80% of your immune system resides in your gut, so good immune health and good gut health are inherently connected. Vitamin C, Flavonoids, Polyphenols and Citric Acid found in our drinks are there to support digestion. But let’s not forget zinc! This mineral is critical for a healthy gut, and a deficiency can lead to various gastrointestinal disorders.
Tonic Health Daily Immunity on a bed of Orange, Mango and Passionfruit

Your immune health depends on getting enough water, quality sleep and the right daily nutrients.

Our drinks go beyond the basics to give you a vitality and immunity boost you will actually notice.



While nothing can "boost" an immune system these give it great fuel
Vitamin A from peach Tonic Health Ingredient photo

Also known as organic compounds retinol or retinoic acid, vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin and is a strong antioxidant that is essential for vision and immune function.

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Vitamin C from lemon Tonic Health Ingredient photo

Also known as L-ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that unlike most animals, our body can’t make it or store it which is why it is essential we supplement it daily for immune health.

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Vitamin D from Lichen Tonic Health Ingredient photo

The sunshine vitamin, our bodies are able to synthesise this hormone from the sun. Vitamin D is vital for immune health. There’s a reason why cold & flu cases go up when we have less sunshine!

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Almond contain Vitamin E for Immune Health

A fat soluble antioxidant, vitamin E works to support the development, function, and regulation of macrophages and natural killer cells. Vitamin E is rich in seafood, nuts, and seeds.

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Glutathione from tomatoes Tonic Health Ingredient photo

This nutrient plays a huge role in many vital processes including immune function. Glutathione is capable of preventing damage to important cells caused by free radicals.

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Magnesium from sunflower seeds Tonic Health Ingredient photo

Magnesium helps you relax by reducing stress and promotes longer sleep which is why we use this mineral in our Night Time immunity drinks to help you rest and recover.

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Selenium from rice Tonic Health Ingredient photo

A little goes a long way when it comes to this less well known mineral. Selenium plays a vital role in thyroid function, metabolism and immune health and is a powerful antioxidant.

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Zin from seeds Tonic Health Ingredient photo

Zinc is a mineral that helps your immune system fight bacteria and viruses, it's needed for the synthesis of DNA, helps wounds heal and it is important for taste and smell.

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Elderberry on the vine Tonic Health Ingredient photo

Elderberry are the fruit of the sambucus (elderflower) tree and are packed with powerful flavonoids and anthocyanins that have been shown to reduce cold duration and symptoms.

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Ginger root - ingredient shot

Traditionally used for thousands of years in Eastern cultures, ginger is abundant in active compounds and polyphenols such as gingerols, shogaols and paradols which have profound health effects.

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Reishi mushroom Tonic Health Ingredient photo

Hugely popular in Eastern medicine for its health effects and immune health properties. It has been shown to support the genes in white blood cells, a critical part of the immune system.

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Valerian Root Tonic Health Ingredient photo

A calming natural plant root with potent qualities used to balance mood, ease anxiety and support restful sleep. Studies have shown positive effects on both sleep structure and sleep quality.

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