Supporting Immune Function with SIS Immune Tablets

Disclaimer: I received Science in Sport Immune Tablets to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find, and write race reviews!

Let’s face it, living during a pandemic, much less training during one, can be a challenge. Putting your body through a training cycle, along with additional stressors that wouldn’t normally be present absent a pandemic may compromise your body’s immune response. Just in time, Science in Sport (SiS) has developed a product to help support our immune systems! When I was given the option to try out their new Immune Tablets, I jumped at the chance (if you have read my other blogs, you already know I am a huge SiS fan). I am also interested because I was ill with COVID-19 in 2020 and I want to do all that I can to protect my immune system. Science indicates heavy training can actually suppress the immune system. It is important as I continue to add to my training load to keep this in mind and use resources like SiS to keep me healthy.

Read more about the Science Behind Immunity from SiS here.

Some things to know if you are interested in SIS Immune Tablets:

  • SiS Immune contains 200mg of vitamin C and 2.5mg of Iron
  • SiS Immune includes key electrolytes (no need to mix with SiS GO Electro or Hydrate products)
  • SiS Immune tabs are 9 calories/serving, vegan-friendly and Lactose/Gluten/Wheat/Nut/Soya Free

I received 2 tubes of SiS Orange Immune Tablets (20 tabs in each tube) to review. They were packaged securely and the tablets were intact when I opened the containers. I immediately put one container in my fuel drawer and the other in my car for easy on-the-go access. Directions were simple-drop one tablet in 500 mls of water and let dissolve, then enjoy!

I really like the orange taste; I would describe it as “zesty” orange. When the tablet goes into the water, it fizzes, but once the tablet is dissolved the drink is still. All in all, this tablet experience falls in line with all of the other SiS products I love in the 1) taste and 2) ease of use categories. I highly recommend adding SiS Immune Tablets to your hydration regimen.

Use code “SiS-BibRave-21” for 15% off at Science in Sport

Read reviews from my fellow BibRave Pros on SiS Immune Tablets:

Karen

Joe

Published by BluegrassBAMR

I am a full-time mom, a part-time runner and an all around BAMR.

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