Vitamin Barn begins distribution of ImmuGo immune-system supporting supplement
MALIBU, Calif. The Vitamin Barn, a vitamin/juice bar, last month began distribution of its ImmuGo immune-system boosting dietary supplement. According to the company, the formulation already enjoys popularity among a host of Hollywood celebrities who frequent owner “Vitamin Gene” Arnold’s Vitamin Barn.
The product is currently available in Wal-Mart, CVS and Rite Aid.
“I could not be more excited about the national rollout of ImmuGo and my celebrity clientele is thrilled that this is now available to everyone,” Arnold said. “[ImmuGo] is my original wellness shot made even better.”
ImmuGo has recently been named the Official Immune Support Product of the Hollywood Movie Awards and of the Hollywood Film Festival, Arnold reported.
ImmuGo features an easy-to-use, unit dose delivery system–called MaxShot. Each single-dose, 3 mL vial delivers a ready-to-drink, orange-flavored blend of vitamins and nutrients.
Sambucol releases cold/flu relief tablets; homeopathic remedy for common cold
NOTTINGHAM, England Healthcare Brands on Thursday announced the introduction of a new elderberry product shipping this fall called Sambucol Cold & Flu Relief Tablets. The new product is being billed as a homeopathic formulation of black elderberry and zinc gluconate and is safe for children four years and older, as well as adults, the company noted.
According to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, elderberries have twice the antioxidant capacity of blueberries and significantly more than the capacity of cranberries. Throughout history black elderberry has been used to treat colds, flu, fever, burns, cuts and more. Elderberries are rich in antioxidants, which are thought to be necessary to support the immune system.
Scientists warn diabetes patients may have increased bleeding from taking aspirin
LONDON Scientists from the University of Dundee have released a report that states taking aspirin may lead to increased internal bleeding and other complications in diabetes patients.
Many people take aspirin daily to help reduce the risk of heart attack. But, scientists have concluded that taking aspirin doesn’t mitigate the risk of heart attack for diabetes patients, unless they already had heart disease.
Following an eight-year study that followed 1,276 diabetes patients who took aspirin, a placebo or an antioxidant to help prevent heart disease, researchers concluded that aspirin should be taken only by patients already dealing with heart disease or who have suffered a stroke.