Floré Defense utilizes a variety of probiotics, vitamins, and other ingredients to support your immune system and keep you feeling your best.
This product may not be suitable for children and women who are or may be pregnant or who are nursing.
Selected for their promising results in clinical studies, our unique blend of probiotics, prebiotics, and other ingredients may help to provide benefits to your overall immunity, health, and well-being.
Shown to stimulate the immune system and to have antioxidant properties *(17)
May help the body maintain healthy respiratory function and supports healthy function of the
immune system *(8)(9)
Possesses anti-inflammatory properties and helps to regulate
Clinically shown to be beneficial for immunity and helps to protect from respiratory infection *(11)
May promote function of the intestinal lining and secrete antimicrobial molecules to protect against disease-causing microbes *(12)
Supports a healthy immune response and reduces auto-immune responses. *(18) Hesperidin is a citrus flavonoid found in fruits like oranges. Find out about the active clinical trials
Potentially contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions .*(14) Quercetin is a flavonoid found in berries. Read more about Quercetin from the American
Known to positively affect immune cells. *(15) EGCG or Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate is a polyphenol found in the dry leaves of green tea. Find out about the active clinical trials for EGCG:
Balances out oxidative stress and can inhibit functions in viral
While the gut microbiome has long been tied to a person’s digestive wellness, new research suggests that a healthy gut may play an important role in respiratory wellness.
Gut microorganisms closely interact with the body's mucosal immune system – the defenses that help to defend the lungs and other organs from potentially harmful threats.* (2)(3)
The microorganisms in the gut have been shown to influence not only their local immune system, but also the immune system in other parts of the body.*(2)
Probiotics have been found to enhance the body's natural immunity, as well as regulate inflammation caused by pathogens.*(5)(6)
Probiotics communicate with both immune cells and with the intestine’s epithelial cells, which are responsible for filtering harmful substances.*(5)