Vitamin C + D + Zinc + Selenium, effervescent vitamins

The unique combination of vitamins and minerals enhances immune cells activity and antibodies production in response to infection.

During a pandemic, the demand for products strengthening immune defenses has increased significantly. Today, three products are among the most famous and popular: vitamin C, vitamin D and Zinc. This is the unique1 combination of components enhanced by the effect of selenium that you can find in the new product Vitamin C + D3 + Zinc + Selenium from the company Evalar.

Vitamin C+D3+Zinc+Selenium contributes to:
  • strengthening immune defenses and reducing the risk of developing colds and viral diseases

  • antioxidant protection

  • beauty of skin, hair and nails

  • maintaining healthy cardiovascular system and reproductive function

How do ingredients work?

Vitamin C is a recognized stimulant for the immune system. It enhances the production of interferon proteins, which are among the first defenses against viruses. It has anti-inflammatory properties, and also helps neutralize free radicals and protect lung cells from their aggressive effects 2,3.

Vitamin D is a unique adaptive immune modulator. It enhances innate immune defenses, activating antimicrobial peptides that eliminate pathogenic organisms, such as microbes, bacteria and viruses4. Vitamin D strengthens cellular immune defenses, reduces cytokine storm levels5, and supports lung function by curbing the inflammatory response caused by viruses6. It also stimulates the production of antimicrobial proteins in mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract6.

Zinc is one of the few substances that simultaneously affect all the elements of human immune defenses. It increases the production of interferons7: proteins that are the first to protect us against infections caused by viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms8. Zinc prevents the spread of the virus in cells9 and protects lymphocytes from destruction10. It also enhances the function of thymus gland that is sometimes called the heart of immune system, due to its ability to produce new T cells. They, in turn, recognize viruses and neutralize them11.

Selenium is a mineral that is vital for our body. It is especially important for people who live in big cities and in cities with unfavorable environmental conditions. Selenium is a powerful antioxidant protecting cells from damage by free radicals that cause aging. What’s more, selenium protects us from toxic pollutants, promotes the clearance of arsenic, and guards against the effects of cadmium and mercury. Selenium is involved in strengthening immune defenses, has a tonic effect, and helps to activate the production of antibodies and interferon.

Benefits of Vitamin C + D3 + Zinc + Selenium

  • Easily accessible12 effervescent presentation

  • Easy to take - just 1 tablet a day

  • Great taste, no preservatives, no gluten

  • High quality raw materials

Directions for use:

Adults take 1 tablet a day, dissolved in 200 ml of water. The treatment course lasts 1 month or more, and can be repeated if needed.

Ingredients:

Citric acid and sodium bicarbonate (acidity regulators), ascorbic acid, sorbitol (carrier), maltodextrin, natural orange flavor, polyvinylpyrrolidone (carrier), zinc sulfate, polyethylene glycol (carrier), sucralose (sweetener), cholecalciferol 5- sodium phosphate (dye), polydimethylsiloxane (antifoam), selexene.
Contains the sweetener sorbitol, which can have a laxative effect if consumed in excess.

Content in daily intake (1 tablet) and % of recommended daily consumption

 Vitamin Ń

 600 mg

 1000*

Vitamin D3

 12.5 mcg (500 IU)

 250*

Zinc

 10 mg

 67

Selenium

 55 mg

 79

* Does not exceed the upper allowable level of daily consumption.

1 In Evalar’s range of products.

2 Carr A.C., Maggini S. Vitamin C and Immune Function. Nutrients. 2017 Nov; 9 (11): 1211.

3 Monosova O.Yu., Sharapova K.G. Vitamins, micro- and macronutrients and their effect on the immune system. Effective pharmacotherapy. Pediatrics. 2010. No. 2. P. 6–11.

4 Liu, P.T.; Stenger, S.; Li, H.; Wenzel, L.; Tan, B. H.; Krutzik, S.R.; Ochoa, M.T.; Schauber, J.; Wu, K.; Meinken, C.; et al. Toll-like receptor triggering of a vitamin D-mediated human antimicrobial response. Science 2006, 311, 1770-1773.

5 Huang, C.; Wang, Y.; Li, X.; Ren, L.; Zhao, J.; Hu, Y.; Zhang, L.; Fan, G.; Xu, J.; Gu, X.; et al. Clinical features of patients infected with 2029 novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China. Lancet 2020.

6 Kalil, A.C.; Thomas, P. G. Influenza virus-related critical illness: Pathophysiology and epidemiology. Crit. Care 2019.

7 Mechanisms of antitumor effect of zinc ions / S.I. Bikanasov, I.R. Safiullina, L.M. Gazdalieva / International student scientific bulletin. - FSBEI HE Bashkir State Medical University. - No. 4, 2018

8 Interferons: prospects for clinical use / Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. N.F. Gamalei Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology. Academy of Natural Sciences of the Russian Federation. - M. - SPb .: 1998

9 Ronald Klatz, Robert Goldman “Defeating Time” (Anti-Aging Revolution) - M .: AST; SPb .: Ost, 2007 . - 192 p.

10 Shankar A. H., Prasad A. S. Zinc and immune function: the biological basis of altered resistance to infection // Am. J. Clin. Nutr. - 1998. - Vol. 68.

11 Kudrin A. V., Skalny A. V., Zhavoronkov A. A. et al. Immunopharmacology of trace elements. Moscow: KMK, 2000. 537 p.

12 Shevchenko A. M. Features of the production of instant dosage forms / A. M. Shevchenko // Medical business. - 2005. - No. 2 - 3.

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