Health Bloom Inc

Active Immune Support 60 Count


Active Immune Shield


  • Vitamin D3 1000 IU
  • Vitamin C 600 mg
  • Zinc 15 mg
  • Olive Leaf 5 mg
  • Hypromellose (Vegetable Capsule)


  • Adults: Take 2 (two) capsules per day with a large glass of water.

Cautions and Warnings:

  • Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you have kidney disease, liver disease or any seizure disorders, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.

The Ingredients:  General Information and Actions:

  • Vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient, naturally present in very few foods and produced endogenously when sunlight strikes the skin.
  • Vitamin D can modulate the immune system. Vitamin D promotes calcium absorption in the gut and maintains the adequate calcium and phosphate concentrations in the blood to enable normal mineralization of bones and teeth.
  • Vitamin C helps support the function of your immune system. It is one of the many anti-oxidants blocking some of the damages caused by free radicals.
  • Together with other anti-oxidants (including Zinc, Vitamin A, Vitamin E), Vitamin C works to protect the eyes against developing macular degeneration, a leading cause for blindness in people over 55 years of age.
  • Olive Leaf Extract is a powerful anti-oxidant that reduces cardiovascular risk, such as atherosclerosis, reduces inflammation, fights herpes and boosts immunity.
  • Zinc is a trace element that reduces oxidative stress. Zinc plays a structural role by stabilizing proteins and helps to keep the immune system strong.


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  2. Bendich A et al., The Health Effects of Vitamin C Supplementation: A Review, J Am Coll Nutr 1995 Apr;14(2):124-36.
  3. Yuhan JJ et al., Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Oleuropein from Olea Europea (Olive) Leaf Extract and Anti-oxidant Activities, 2015 Feb; 20(2):2903-2921.
  4. Shankar AH et al., Zinc and Immune Functions: The Biological Basis of Altered Resistance to Infection.  Am J Clin Nutr. 1998 Aug; 68(2 Suppl):447S-463S.

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