So I was picked for “mission” from Smiley 360 . They sent me Airborne gummies for free to try out but my opinions are my own.
Airborne is packed with a unique blend of vitamins, minerals, herbs, & a blast of vitamin C to support your immune system.
Here is what is in these gummies:
- Vitamin C: Antioxidants that go to work on the cellular level to quench free radicals and support cellular health. Vitamin C also supports the function of immune cells throughout your body.
- Vitamin E: Naturally-occurring antioxidant nutrients that inactivate harmful free radicals
- Vitamin A: Phyto-nutrients that work as antioxidants, on the cellular level, to promote immunity and protect DNA
- Zinc: An essential nutrient that works as a trigger for over 200 different enzymes and supports the number and function of several different immune cells.
- Selenium, Manganese, Magnesium: All minerals that support immunity
There are 3 flavors in the bottle ; Citrus, Mixed Berry, & Grapefruit.
I usually don’t like grapefruit but it was really good , so were the other flavors.
There are other ways to support your immune system if gummies aren’t your thing. You can also choose chewables & effervescnce ( the fast acting tablets you put in your drink).
The bottle I received had 21 gummies for around $7
On the bottle it says to take up to 3 a day .
I find that the only con for this product because its only a weeks worth of gummies and $1 a day.
If you would like to try them yourself here is a $1 coupon
Remember for a great immune system you exercise, get enough sleep, practice good hygiene ( I always carry hand sanitizing spray with me all the time), try to stay away from processed foods , eat more fruits , eat more veggies & stay hydrated .
I would say if you are traveling a lot or will be around a lot of people and would like to up your vitamin C intake, I would say getting Airborne would be a good idea but I can’t see taking it everyday. It would be good to get them now especially with the holiday right around the corner.
Have you tried Airborne before ?