Immune System Booster | Fit & Lean Immune Reds
If you're looking for an extreme Immune System booster to get you through this Cold and Flu Season, Fit & Lean has got you covered. Fit & Lean Immune Reds are 100% all natural and Certified Organic. Fit & Lean Immune Reds have a delicious and unique Mixed Berry flavor, and contain whopping 48 Fruits, Beets, and Berries. Fit & Lean's formula is formulated with a whopping 1,200mcg of Vitamin A, and 75mg of Vitamin C per serving. Immune Reds will help to boost your Immune System over time, and protect you from harmful Cold and Flu Viruses. On top of all of that, Fit & Lean Immune Reds are made with only the highest quality ingredients on the market, and are Vegan/Vegetarian friendly. Step up your Immune System game today with Fit & Lean. Pick up a Tub!! Introducing Fit & Lean Immune Reds!!
Fit & Lean Immune Reds Benefits
- 100% All Natural & Certified Organic
- Has A Delicious Mixed Berry Flavor
- Made With Only The Highest Quality Ingredients
- Fully Transparent & Generously Dosed Label
- Contains 48 Fruits, Beets, & Berries
- Formulated With 1,200mcg Of Vitamin A
- Delivers A Whopping 75 Milligrams Of Vitamin C
- Easy Formula To Take On-The-Go
- Non-GMO & Vegan/Vegetarian Friendly
- Helps To Boost The Immune System Overall
- Prevents & Protects Against Cold & Flu Viruses
How Do I Take Fit & Lean Immune Reds?
Fit & Lean recommends taking one (1) Scoop to 10-12 Fluid Ounces of cold Water or any Beverage of your choice.
Fit & Lean Immune Reds Ingredients
Fit & Lean Immune Reds Side Effects & Warnings
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not exceed recommended dose.
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