Immune Health

There are a range of supplements that can help support your immune system. Explore our range of immune support vitamins below. 

Immune Health FAQS 

What vitamins are good for immune health? 
According to research, it’s important to get enough Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, selenium and zinc as these vitamins are essential for proper immune function. You can get these vitamins through having a healthy diet or considering a supplement after speaking to your doctor or Pharmacist. 

How can I support my immune health? 
There are many ways that you can support your immune health, which include keeping up to date on your vaccinations such as the flu vaccine, eating well, being physically active, getting enough sleep and not smoking. 

By making the effort to take care of yourself, you’re helping your immune system take care of you. 

Does gut health affect my immune system? 
Yes, it does. A study by the University of California, Los Angeles Health division shows that your diet impacts your immune system as up to 70% of your immune system is located in your gut.  

The immune cells in your gut interact with the microbiome inside of you, which is the bacteria and fungi that live in your gastrointestinal tract. Your microbiome is directly influenced by your lifestyle and the food you eat. 

This is because the food we eat can impact the diversity and composition of bacteria in our microbiome which then can affect your immune cells. Your microbiome bacteria are healthiest when you consume plant foods that are high in fibre and maintain a healthy weight.