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Gummies Pack for Immunity

Gummies Pack for Immunity

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”Gummies for immunity”


Boost your immune system in a delicious way with Bite & Glow's Immunity Gummies, now available in a comprehensive 3-pack. Each pack is enriched with Vitamin D and Zinc, a powerful combination known for enhancing immune function and supporting the body's defense mechanisms. These gummies offer a simple and enjoyable way to ensure a daily intake of these crucial nutrients, playing a significant role in strengthening your immune system and promoting overall well-being.    Opting for Bite & Glow's Immunity Gummies 3-Pack means choosing a flavorful and effective method for health maintenance, and ensures you have a steady supply of these essential gummies, making it easier to incorporate immune support into your daily routine.


This product is 100% vegan

Sugar free

100% Sugar free



Sweeteners (maltol syrup, maltitol), water, gelling agents (pectin), 
cholecalciferol (vitamin D), zinc gluconate (zinc), natural flavour, concentrate (from radish and safflower flowers), acidity regulator (citric acid, sodium citrate),
MCT coconut oil, glaze (carnauba wax).

Dose per serving

Dose per maximum recommended daily intake ( 2 gummies)

Active ingredients:

Vitamin D: 100 μg 4000 IU (2000*)

Zinc: 5 mg (50*)

* % of nutrient reference value


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Why Vitamin D?

In countries with limited sunlight, Vitamin D becomes especially crucial. Known as the "sunshine vitamin," it is primarily obtained through sun exposure. However, in regions with less sun, especially during winter, people are at risk of Vitamin D deficiency. This can lead to weakened bones, a compromised immune system, and other health issues. To compensate, it's important to consume Vitamin D supplements. On top of Vitamin D supplementation, we strongly advise people from regions with limited sunlight to get as much sunlight as physically possible when given the opportunity.

Modulating Immune Responses:

Vitamin D is known for its ability to modulate the body's immune responses. It enhances the pathogen-fighting effects of monocytes and macrophages — white blood cells that are important parts of your immune defense — and decreases inflammation, which helps promote immune response.

Protecting Against Respiratory Infections:

Research suggests that Vitamin D reduces the risk of respiratory tract infections. This is particularly important for individuals with lower Vitamin D levels, who are more susceptible to such infections.

Regulating Immune Cells:

Vitamin D is crucial for the activation and regulation of T-cells, a type of white blood cell that plays a central role in immune response. Without sufficient Vitamin D, T-cells may not be able to react properly to serious threats.

Why Zinc?

Immune Cell Function and Development: 

Zinc is essential for immune cell development and communication and plays a role in inflammatory response. A deficiency in zinc can lead to a weakened immune response.

Barrier Function: 

Zinc is crucial for maintaining skin and mucosal membrane integrity. Since these barriers are the body's first line of defense against pathogens, adequate zinc levels are important for their function and for preventing infection.

Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Effects:

Zinc has antioxidant properties that help in reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. Chronic inflammation can suppress the immune system, so managing it is key to maintaining good immunity.

Wound Healing: 

Zinc plays a role in wound healing, which is an essential part of the body’s defense against bacteria and other pathogens.

Synergistic effects:

While both Vitamin D and Zinc individually contribute to immune function, their combined effects can provide a more comprehensive boost to the immune system. Vitamin D's role in modulating immune responses and Zinc's importance in immune cell function mean that together, they cover a wide range of immune activities, from the initial physical barrier to the complex cellular responses to pathogens.