- 200mg of Vitamin C
- 2.5mg of Iron
- Sodium to help promote hydration
- Suitable For Vegans.
- BBE: Minimum 6 Months+
Recommended to consume up to 1 tablet per day in addition to a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Add one Immune tablet to 500ml of water and let it dissolve. Once prepared consume within 24 hours.
Heavy training is known to impact the immune system, suppressing it for 3‐72 hours post-training. This can lead to a higher incidence of upper respiratory tract Infections, impacting an athlete’s health and their ability to train. Excessive vitamin intake can suppress the training response. SiS Immune is designed to be at a level that supports athlete health without compromising training benefits.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Tablet 4.3g|
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VITAMINS AND MINERALS
|Typical Values||Per Tablet 4.3g|
|Vitamin C||200mg (250% NRV)|
|Iron||2.5mg (18% NRV)|
|NRV** Nutrient Reference Value
Salt* Total Sodium content x 2.5. Salt as NaCl is nil per tablet.
Citiric Acid, Acidity Regulator (Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, Sodium Carbonate), Sorbitol, Vitamin C (4.95%), Inulin, Natural Flavout, Starch, Tricalcium Phosphate, Sweetener (Sucralose), Maltodextrin, Natural Colour, Iron Sulphate (0.18%), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin).
Why should I take this?
Vitamin C and Iron are known to contribute to the maintenance of the normal function of the immune system during and after intense physical exercise.
How is this different to other Vitamin C tabs?
SiS Immune contains 200mg of vitamin C and 2.5mg of Iron, which along with a normal diet provides the correct amount to support immune function post-exercise. This is preferred over tabs containing well over the RDA of antioxidant vitamins, which can suppress your response to training.
Wouldn’t I be better off taking a multivitamin?
SiS Immune also contains key electrolytes, which can aid hydration after exercise as well as providing what the body needs to support immune function. A multivitamin cannot do this, and may contain elements that your body doesn’t need if you are not deficient in them.
What is the difference between this and SiS GO Hydro?
SiS Immune should be taken post exercise to support and maintain immune function while rehydrating. SiS GO Hydro should be taken during exercise to maintain hydration only, when energy is not needed.
Can I mix this with GO Electrolyte or GO Hydro to get all the benefits?
No, this would provide too much sodium, beyond the optimum levels.