Providing Immune Support as Children Grow.
When young children get sick and miss school or daycare, parents often miss work and other activities. Providing support for these vulnerable immune systems is important to help keep kids healthy and families thriving.
A sick child
Proactive, daily immune support.
There are measures to support a child’s defenses, reduce downtime, and help them to gain a greater level of wellness. Underdeveloped immunity is an important reason why childhood is an ideal time to support the immune system with the help of Wellmune®.
Until their immune systems are working optimally in their teens, kids need to augment their bodies’ natural defenses with supplements…such as daily consumption of Wellmune.– Dr. Bill Sears, Pediatrician and Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine.
Clinical studies show how Wellmune helps keep kids healthy.
Families want to support their children’s immune health with natural, safe and science-backed products that fit their busy lives and appeals to their picky eaters.
A study from Mead Johnson Nutrition demonstrated that children consuming a beverage-based formula with Wellmune had significantly fewer acute respiratory infections, and the duration of their illnesses was significantly shorter than children drinking unfortified cow’s milk. A second study demonstrated fewer episodes of allergy symptoms with children drinking the formula with Wellmune.
For product manufacturers.
Products with proven ingredients that support immune health for kids are in demand – in fact, 77% of moms are interested in purchasing a product with Wellmune. Wellmune provides proof of efficacy, which can help consumers better understand the immune health benefits of the product. Want to learn more about how Wellmune can help deliver immune health benefits to families and children?
We chose to include the functional ingredient Wellmune in our products because it helps provide safe, natural, and proven immune support, a key health benefit mothers are concerned about.– Jin Li, Product Director of Star of Hope, New Hope Dairy