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The Unicorn Method to Boosting Immunity

The Unicorn Method to Boosting Immunity

Mike Weiss

It's Time to Kick Kid-Colds in the Keaster!



The Problem: Your child’s growing body can’t produce vitamin C on its own.

Scary right?

We have 2 kids under 10 and when our daughter started getting sick consistently each winter while our son remained healthy, we didn't know what was going on.

They both had winter outfits, they both ate the same meals and went to bed at the same time....so what the heck?!

Fact #1: Plant sources, including tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and kiwi, are the best sources of vitamin C.

We realized our son was eating TONS of Kiwis and Oranges! I mean, literally, we pick up a bag of them as a special treat and in 2 days, they were all gone!

Our daughter, however, did not, would not, could not eat them. It could have been the texture, the juiciness or maybe just the white stringy stuff in the oranges, but she would not eat them.

Fact #2: Vitamin C is an immune-boosting agent  because it is highly concentrated in immune cells.

Because Vitamin C is an antioxidant and vital to maintaining overall health, it could actually can help boost our son's immune system

💡LIGHTBULB!💡...our daughter wasn't getting enough Vitamin C

But how could she get more if she refused to eat all the foods that have Vitamin C?


Fact #3: Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a vitamin found in many common foods like citrus fruits, apples, berries, potatoes and peppers, but also readily available as a dietary supplement in many capsule or drink-mix forms!

The Solution: 

We'll add a couple scoops of Vitamin C into her water bottle, she'll think it's juice, drink all of it and....

BAM!!!
The Cold was Killed!

So we wanted to share our
Kid-Cold-Killer
(Pink Lemonade Flavor)