Shape-Up® Health Flavor Mix-Ins - Orange
Orange Everyday Defense
Supports a healthy immune function. Our
unique formulation contains Astragalus
Extract to support healthy immune system
response, Turkey Tail, a unique mushroom
with beneficial properties, Glisodin, a special
melon extract, and OptiZinc®* (a highly
bio-available form of zinc) to help support a
healthy detoxification process.
*OptiZinc® brand Zinc Monomethionine (U.S.
Patent 4,764,633) or OptiZinc® is a trademark of
Package Size: 15 packets
Serving Size: 1 packet
Zinc (as monomethionine), Proprietary Health Flavor Blend,
Arabinogalactan, Melon Extract (Cucumis melo) (fruit)(superoxide
dismutase bound with gliadin (wheat))§, Astragalus Extract
(Astragalus membrananceus) (leaf) and Turkey Tail Extract (Coriolus
versicolor)(aerial). Natural and artificial flavor, orange juice
powder, maltodextrin, tricalcium phosphate and beta carotene (color).
Manufactured on equipment which processes
products containing milk, egg, soybeans, gluten, wheat, shellfish, fish
oil,tree nuts, and peanut flavor.
Settling may occur. Keep in a cool dry place.
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ViSalus Sciences® offers the utmost in flavor, fun, and convenient nutrition with
our patent-pending Shape Up™ Health Flavor Mix Ins! Getting unique flavors
and having variety has never been so healthy, or so much fun before
Our patent-pending Health Flavors allow you to enjoy Vi-Shape® Nutritional
Shake Mix and have an affordable abundance of flavors with concentrated
health benefits. No more buying 3 or 4 canisters of flavored shake mixes! Simply
buy our Health Flavor Mix-ins and add them to your Vi-Shape® Shake for fun
and healthy flavor on-the-go.
Mix and match ViSalus Health Flavors for fun, flavor! Add Health Flavors to cereal,
oatmeal, milk, pudding, ice cream, coffee or other foods for healthy flavorful
nutrition on the go.
Did you know.
Phytonutrients are certain organic compounds of plants and foods that help
promote health and have potent medicinal properties. There are abundant
epidemiological studies that suggest phytonutrients or phytochemicals from
fruits and vegetables have strong health protective properties. Phytochemicals
have been used for hundreds of years. For example, Hippocrates in 400 BC used
willow tree bark to help with fevers.
Polyphenols are also organic compounds of plants and foods that help promote
health. They were briefly known as “Vitamin P” because of their healthy benefits.
Research indicates that polyphenols have antioxidant properties that may
help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer. They have also been
investigated as a source of additional health benefits.