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Imuneks

  • Starker Immun-Unterstützer
  • Enthält hochgereinigtes mikronisiertes Beta-Glucan
  • Gegen virale und bakterielle Infektionen
  • Hilft auch bei Aphthen
  • Imuneks ist eine innovative Kombination aus hochgereinigtem mikronisiertem Beta-Glucan (Beta-1,3/1,6-Glucan aus Hefe), Vitaminen und Spurenelementen.

    Die Zusammenstellung der Vitamine A, B6, B12, C, D3, Folsäure und den Spurenelementen Zink, Selen und Mangan tragen zu einer normalen Funktion des Immunsystems und einer Verringerung von Müdigkeit und Ermüdung bei.

BETA-GLUCAN AUS HEFE - WISSENSCHAFTLICH NACHGEWIESENE UNTERSTÜTZUNG FÜR DAS IMMUNSYSTEM



INNOVATIVE PRÄMIUMQUALITÄT DURCH BESONDERES HERSTELLVERFAHREN DES ROHSTOFFES

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