4 Immune Supplement Bundles

Nov 08, 2022 Supplements 5 MIN

4 Immune Supplement Bundles

Quick Health Scoop

  • Our bodies need a variety of nutrients for immune system health.
  • There are several vitamins that provide immune support including Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and Zinc.
  • These nutrients are found in foods such as citrus fruits, vegetables, fatty fish, meat, and shellfish.
  • Taking a supplement bundle can help support your body’s natural immune defense.

If you’re wondering how to support your immune system, this blog is for you! Many foods contain beneficial vitamins that support your immune system, but if you follow a restricted diet you may be more at risk for insufficient levels. But, certain vitamins and minerals found in supplement bundles may help support the immune response.[1]

Our four new vitamin bundles contain a variety of Nature Made® ingredients to support your body and overall wellness - such as Vitamin C, D, and Zinc. Keep reading to learn the following:

  • Key nutrients for the immune system.
  • The benefits of bundling supplements
  • Four immune supplement bundles
  • How to determine which immune support bundle is best for you

Key Nutrients for the Immune System

There are certain key nutrients that can help support the immune system. Here are a few nutrients that can help:

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is probably one of the top vitamins you may think of when looking for immune system support, and for good reason.

This vitamin has been identified as critical for the development and proper function of the immune system. It provides antioxidant support by neutralizing free radicals in the body, unstable molecules that damage our health.[2]

Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits, tomatoes, bell peppers, strawberries, and cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower. You can also obtain Vitamin C through supplements, like Nature Made vitamin bundles.


Zinc is an essential mineral that supports the body’s natural immune defense system. It also provides antioxidant support and promotes healthy skin.[3]

Zinc is found in red meat, seafood, seeds, nuts, and fortified cereals. It is also found in supplements if you have a nutrient gap or a limited variety of foods in your diet.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is another essential vitamin that helps regulate your immune response. There are only a select number of foods naturally high in Vitamin D. Additionally, most of our Vitamin D is obtained from sun exposure.

Not everyone is able to get in enough daily UV exposure to produce adequate vitamin D in the body, and this can make it difficult to maintain healthy levels.[5]

Vitamin D is found naturally in salmon, cod liver oil, swordfish, and mushrooms. Our body is able to make Vitamin D from sun exposure, but not everyone does it efficiently. An immune support bundle can provide your daily dose of Vitamin D along with other beneficial ingredients.

These nutrients are not only essential for adults, but for kids’ wellness and immune system as well. Many of these nutrients can be found as part of a multivitamin for adults and kids and as single-nutrient supplement bundles.

Learn more: Multivitamin Benefits

Benefits of Bundling Supplements

It can be difficult to get in enough of these immune-supporting vitamins on a daily basis. One easy way to get them in a convenient form is by taking immune supplement bundles, which contain several ingredients intended to support the immune system.

If you’ve been purchasing all of your supplements separately, you may want to consider a bundle instead. There are several benefits to taking vitamin bundles, such as:

Bundling saves you money

Purchasing vitamin bundles as opposed to buying each individual supplement separately can save you money as we offer a 20% discount. By choosing our supplements combined into one bundled package, you get a bundle discount on multiple supplements that work together for optimal well-being.

A supplement bundle is more convenient than each item alone

With supplement bundling, you are getting a team of ingredients that serve a common purpose. In this case, the purpose is to support the immune system.

Immune-supporting ingredients like Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and Zinc are suggested to be taken together to help support immune health.

Learn more: What Vitamins and Supplements Should You Take? How to Start Your Daily Regimen

4 Immune Supplement Bundles

Here at Nature Made, we offer a wellness bundle for everybody. We have four key supplement bundles for immune system, women’s wellness, men’s wellness, and kid’s wellness for your little ones as well.

Here are our four wellness bundles and who might benefit from their use.

Women’s Wellness + Bone Support with Vitamin D Bundle

This supplement bundle contains three popular supplement products:

●     Women’s Multivitamin Softgels

●     High Absorption Magnesium Glycinate 200 Mg Capsules

●     Vitamin D 2000 IU Gummies

Who is this bundle made for? This vitamin bundle is good for women who want to support their overall health and immune system.

Men’s Multi + Immune Support Bundle

●     Multi + Omega 3 for Him Gummies

●     Vitamin D3 2000 IU (50 Mcg) Tablets

●     Zinc Tablets

Who is this bundle made for? This vitamin bundle is for men who want to support their immune health and overall wellness.

Kid’s Wellness Support Bundle

●     Kids Multi Gummies

●     Kids Fiber Gummies

●     Kids Elderberry with Vitamin C & Zinc

Who is this bundle made for? This immune support bundle contains a variety of essential vitamins and minerals in the multivitamin, fiber for digestive health, and Elderberry with Vitamin C & Zinc for immune system support.

Immune Support Bundle

●     Vitamin D 2000 IU Softgels

●     Elderberry with Vitamin C & Zinc Gummies

●     Zinc Tablets

Who is this bundle made for? This bundle is good for someone looking to support their immune system. Vitamin D, Zinc, and Elderberry with Vitamin C & Zinc are part of this bundle to support a healthy immune response and for antioxidant support.

Learn more: When Should Kids Start Taking Vitamins?

The Bottom Line

Eating a nutritious diet with plenty of immune-supporting vitamins is one way to support your health. If you suspect you’re not getting enough of these vitamins in your diet, the best way to know is to get your levels checked by your healthcare provider. Only a blood test of your vitamin and mineral levels can determine if you have a nutrient gap and if you need a supplement.

If you’re looking to support your immune system, our Nature Made® immune supplement bundles contain Vitamin C, D, Zinc, and Elderberry with Vitamin C & Zinc for antioxidant and immune support. There are four unique vitamin bundles available for women’s and men’s wellness, kids, and general immune support.

Choosing a supplement bundle makes it easier to remember to take your essential vitamins and combines several health-supporting products for a discount.Always speak to your doctor to discuss your individual needs and determine which supplements are best for you.

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† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


  1. Reider CA, Chung RY, Devarshi PP, Grant RW, Hazels Mitmesser S. Inadequacy of Immune Health Nutrients: Intakes in US Adults, the 2005-2016 NHANES. Nutrients. 2020 Jun 10;12(6):1735. doi: 10.3390/nu12061735. PMID: 32531972; PMCID: PMC7352522.
  2. Yuyang Liu, Chuanqun Liu, Jianjun Li. Comparison of Vitamin C and Its Derivative Antioxidant Activity: Evaluated by Using Density Functional Theory. ACS Omega 2020 5 (39), 25467-25475. DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.0c04318
  3. Prasad AS. Zinc in human health: effect of zinc on immune cells. Mol Med. 2008 May-Jun;14(5-6):353-7. doi: 10.2119/2008-00033.Prasad. PMID: 18385818; PMCID: PMC2277319.
  4. Andrzej S, Michalowska A. Advanced Research on the Antioxidant and Health Benefit of Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) in Food - A Review. Journal of Functional Foods.Volume 18, Part B, October 2015, Pages 941-958. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jff.2014.07.012
  5. Holick MF. Deficiency of sunlight and vitamin D. BMJ. 2008 Jun 14;336(7657):1318-9. doi: 10.1136/bmj.39581.411424.80. PMID: 18556276; PMCID: PMC2427138.


Melissa Mitri, MS, RD

NatureMade Contributor

Melissa Mitri, RD is a seasoned dietitian and health writer. She specializes in helping women move away from restrictive habits that lead to vicious yo-yo weight cycles. Melissa enjoys writing about health, nutrition, and fitness with the goal of simplifying complex health topics for the reader. Find out more about Melissa at www.melissamitri.com

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