Stay healthy during year-round Seasonal Challenges and Travel Stress
The immune system is the body’s line of defense against harmful substances and organisms that can cause sickness and disease. Therefore, a strong immune system is essential to everyone’s overall wellness.
Take Rev•Up Wellness™ DEFENSE daily to support healthy immune and circulatory systems during year-round seasonal challenges and travel stress.*
Clinically proven Wellmune® in Rev•Up Wellness™ DEFENSE:
- Demonstrated improvement of overall physical health and reduced the incidence and may decrease the duration and severity of Upper Respiratory Tract Infections (URTI) symptoms. The ability to “breathe easily” was significantly improved.*
- Maintained physical health and reduced "down time" in a cold season study.*
- No missed work or school due to colds
- No incidence of fever
- Reduced allergy symptoms and improves quality of life in individuals that suffer from ragweed allergy. Ragweed pollen is a leading cause of seasonal allergy symptoms and affects 36 million Americans.*
- 27% reduction in average allergy symptoms and 52% reduction in severity of symptoms
- Reductions in key nasal and eye-related allergy symptoms
Rev•Up Wellness™ DEFENSE features Abigenol® (Abies alba bark extract), rich in natural polyphenols or plant nutrients which are powerful antioxidants or free radical scavengers which help protect the body against oxidative stress, promoting healthy immunity and circulatory systems.*
Rev•Up Wellness™ DEFENSE also contains Acerola cherries, potent in antioxidants and one of the richest natural source of vitamin C.
1 “Yeast-Derived 1,3/1,6 Glucopolysaccharide to Prevent Upper Respiratory Tract Infection and Modulate Circulating Cytokines and Chemokines in Older Adults.” University of Southampton School of Medicine, May 2013.
2 “Randomized Phase II Clinical Trials of Wellmune for Immune Support During Cold and Flu Season.” The Journal of Applied Research (2009). 9:20-42.
3“Beta-glucan supplementation, allergy symptoms, and quality of life in self-described ragweed allergy sufferers.” Food Science & Nutrition. doi:10.1002/fsn3.11