SIG™ is a natural immune enhancer.*
• Echinacea nutritionally supports the lymph glands, important components
of the body's defense system.*
• Burdock is a natural blood cleanser.*
• Dandelion is rich in nutrients that support the body, and is considered
food to nourish the liver.*
• Capsicum helps the body especially during the cold weather season.*
Wellness is an active, lifelong process of becoming aware of choices
and making decisions toward a more balanced and fulfilling life. Wellness
involves choices about an individual's life and their priorities that
determine their lifestyle and, more importantly, their health. In the
workplace, Corporate Wellness has been shown to have a Bottom-Line impact,
proving: Lower health care costs, reduced absenteeism, higher productivity,
reduced use of health care benefits, reduced worker's compensation and
disability management costs, reduced injuries and increased morale and
loyalty. Wellness (or Preventative Health Care) has shown to reduce absenteeism
in school-aged children.
Over the past several years, researchers have found various compounds
and herbals that may help to prevent common illnesses and may even shorten
the time that a person experiences symptoms. By improving the overall
health of the body's immune system, individuals are better able to cope
with common pathogens. This change is an improvement in overall wellness.
Research suggests that by being "proactive" in health choices instead
of "reactive," a person may lead a healthier overall life. Treating a
person when they are not ill may be the ultimate in "health" care.
Q: If my immune system has been compromised is it still permissible
for me to use this supplement?
A: If you have a diagnosed medical condition, you must consult
with your physician before using any dietary supplement.
Q: Is this a product I should supplement with daily or only occasionally?
A: It is recommended to take SIG as a daily supplement, but you
may also take SIG at times of stress: cold/flu season or during travel.
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