Apr 18


By Phoebe Spuyman

Hello Day’s Immunity Defence food supplement tablets offer a natural & effective solution for the symptoms of the seasonal allergies that are familiar to so many of us. They combine zinc and quail egg to build up a weak immune system and help fight against environmental and seasonal intolerances, relieving the symptoms of the hay fever, pollen, pollution and certain animal allergies that millions of people suffer from every single day.

So which allergies are exacerbated by the change in the seasons? Pollen represents the biggest problem for many people, with intolerances causing many sufferers to dread the onset of spring. However, many people don’t realise that other issues, including dust mites and pollution, also cause a spike in intolerances during certain seasons. In winter we spend more time at home, increasing the risk of indoor allergens, such as dust mites and pollen, while in autumn, ragweed and mould are the common culprits.

Because Hello Day Immunity Defence is not a synthetic drug, it carries none of the side effects associated with traditional remedies such as antihistamines or corticoids, like drowsiness or a dry mouth. The all natural, chewable tablet relieves various allergy symptoms rapidly, showing an effect within 15 minutes. During clinical trials, candidates found their nasal breathing is improved by 18% compared to the placebo. No chemicals or drugs, just fast acting, 100% goodness, clinically proven efficacy in a patented formula.

The active molecules (ovomucoids) of quail eggs are proteins. When chewing Immunity Defence, the ovomucoids are immediately released into the mouth and absorbed at the sublingual level which ensure the optimum efficacy of this product.   When eggs are swallowed, these proteins reach the stomach where the pH is highly acidic and are denaturalized before being absorbed. This means that a large quantity of protein will lose their active properties.

23rd—29th April is World Allergy Week – the event organised by the World Allergy Association to raise awareness of the discomfort and inconvenience of living with allergies. Did you know that over 44% of British adults suffer from at least one allergy?* 13% of people in the UK have been diagnosed with hay fever, most are allergic to grass pollen which affects them in late spring and early summer.