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Cheshire nutrition business launches product to help strengthen peoples’ immune systems as lockdown restrictions are eased

A Cheshire-based nutrition business has launched an immunity boosting product to help people lower their susceptibility to infection as lockdown restrictions are eased. Hello Pure’s Megaboost supplement with Elderberry and ImmunoFUEL contains Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E & Vitamin A, all of which contribute to the maintenance of a normal immune system.

The product uses high quality formulations 100% backed by scientific research and analysis, and a percentage of each purchase goes to Imagination Library, a charity and book gifting programme aiming to inspire children around the world to love to read. Hello Pure is headquartered in Altrincham and was launched in 2017 by entrepreneurs Emma Thackray and Kenny Goodman alongside neuroscientist Dr Arianna Di Stadio. Each of the company’s supplements have been specifically designed to help peoples’ bodies function with optimal health and vitality.

Dr Arianna Di Stadio, neuroscientist and co-founder of Hello Pure, said: “With the government loosening lockdown restrictions, allowing some people to return to work and permitting us to meet in groups of six people from different households whilst social distancing, many people are concerned about being increasingly exposed to infection. “Coronavirus is an aggressive virus and the only thing that will truly protect us from the risk of infection is following Government guidelines, staying at home, and practicing social distancing and good hygiene. However, we all need to build up our natural defences to make sure our immune systems work well, because their correct function could reduce chances of being severely infected.

“In conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, the Megaboost daily immunity boosting supplement can contribute in supporting the immune system and strengthening peoples’ defences against infection. Its formula includes key-immunity-boosting nutrients that contribute to the normal function of the immune system, as well as protecting cells from oxidative stress and reducing tiredness and fatigue.”

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Ruth Jones .

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