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Can Nutritional Supplements Help Support Your Immune System?

February 3, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — newengland @ 2:50 pm
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a lot of people to reexamine their daily habits and evaluate how they influence their health, causing many to take a close look at their diet. Proper nutrition is essential for a healthy body and ensuring it’s ready to fight off any infections, and for those who can’t get everything they need through their diet, nutritional supplements can provide a convenient and effective helping hand. The following supplements may be able to help fill gaps in your diet so your body is getting all the nutrients it needs to stay in tip-top shape.


ViraCon® is a powerful combination of immune-enhancing herbal extracts. Together, they function as potent immune system enhancers by increasing the production of healthy cytokines and other important immune factors.  ViraCon® can also help support and maintain normal respiratory function and energy. For the best results, the manufacturer’s recommended daily dose is three capsules twice daily.


Zinc is a mineral that is an essential part of cellular metabolism, which is the basic process that allows every part of your body to function. Getting enough zinc can help someone maintain a strong immune system in addition to promoting healthy neurological and reproductive function. It also plays an important role in protein synthesis and tissue formation.

Many foods are rich in zinc, including lamb, spinach, avocado, chicken, and cashews. For those who are interested in taking a zinc supplement, the recommended dose is 30 mg (1 capsule) a day.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D can be important in supporting a healthy immune system and also offers other widely recognized benefits for both bone and colon health.  A notable fact is that Vitamin D isn’t even actually a vitamin; it’s a hormone!  Derived directly from cholesterol, Vitamin D is directly involved in the expression of hundreds of genes in the body.  Most people are deficient in it, and food intake alone is often inadequate to obtain the necessary amount. 

Fortunately, the easy solution is to simply go outside, as your body naturally produces Vitamin D when it interacts directly with sunlight. About 20 minutes of exposure each day is plenty, but be sure to wear at least a light sunscreen. If taking a supplement, the recommended dose for most people is 5,000-10,000 IU daily.

Vital Nutrients®

Vital Nutrients® is a general nutritional supplement, and every raw ingredient in its formula is independently tested regularly for authenticity, potency, and purity, assuring that you get exactly what is printed on the label and nothing else. If you’re interested in taking supplements, but don’t know exactly what you need, Vital Nutrients® is a good place to start because it offers several key compounds that the body requires to function.

When talking about supplements, it’s always important to remember that they are supposed to support a healthy diet rather than substitute for one. And before you begin taking anything, be sure to consult with your doctor so they can make recommendations and ensure you’re getting exactly what your body needs.

About the Author

Dr. Paul Tortland is a double-board certified physician in sports and regenerative medicine, and he has been on the cutting-edge of healthcare since the 1990s. A respected clinician and educator, he always keeps his patients informed about the latest medical findings so they can make the most informed decisions about their health. If you have any questions about the supplements listed above or are interested in any of the other services offered at the New England Stem Cell Institute, get in touch with our team today to learn more.

To receive a discount on ViraCon® and Vital Nutrients®, visit, and use our code, 8464, when ordering.  

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