What does health and wellness mean to you? To us it means having the energy to take on the day, feeling strong and confident in our bodies, and knowing we’re eating right.
Regardless of how you define it, health and wellness are important and you don’t have to wait until you’re sick to support your immune system function.
How To Proactively Support Your Immune System
At Nateve, we’re proud to help you proactively support your immune system through nutrition and dietary supplements. Specifically with a very special ingredient, Wellmune™. Wellmune is a naturally gluten-free beta glucan that’s been clinically proven1 to support your immune system. As if that wasn’t enough it works overtime so you don’t have to, promoting mental clarity, energy, and general wellbeing.
Beta What Now?
Beta-glucans are soluble fibers found in the cell walls of yeasts. Wellmune is derived from baker’s yeast but you can find beta glucans in many common foods like shiitake mushrooms, barley, and oats.
Where Can I Find Wellmune?
Find it in Immune Strength Wellness Sticks, paired with Black Cumin, Astragalus, Eldercraft™, L-Lysine, Reishi, Echinacea. Did we mention it’s available in the most delicious, subtly sweet Blueberry Pomegranate flavor? Yum.
When Do I Use It?
Add a Wellness Stick to a glass of water and enjoy it with breakfast or any time of day. It tastes like a light refreshing juice on its own but if you like things extra fruity, add a Wellness Stick to a glass of apple, orange or cranberry juice.
- No artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors
- The most delicious, subtly sweet Blueberry Pomegranate flavor
- Lightly sweetened with monk fruit extract
- Soy free
- Gluten free
- Non GMO
- Informed Sport Certified which means not one trace of any banned substances
- Plastic Neutral Product
- Certified Carbon Neutral Brand
When do you have your Immune Strength Wellness Stick? With breakfast, on the go, somewhere oh so exciting and new? Let us know with the hashtag #NatreveWellness and join our community on Instagram.
- Wellmune Research. Retrieved Nov 18. 2020, https://www.wellmune.com/research/