MNK (Micro Nutrient Kick)
MNK (Micro Nutrient Kick)
MNK promotes or restores the body’s physiological functioning at it’s normal or necessary state.
This is more than your regular multivitamin while also having Adaptogens which is a plant/ herb extract such as holy basil. This helps to increase the body’s ability to resist the damaging effects of stress & having neuroprotective elements, anti-fatigue properties, anti-depressive effects, stimulant for central nervous system. Oh, and they increase mental work capacity, enhance attention, and help with fatigue
if you have an overactive immune system, such as the conditions found in autoimmune disease, MNK can assist the issue. MNK does not just boost your immune system but also helps balance your immune system.
MNK will help your immune system become more resilient to stress, disease & sickness. MNK contains essential nutrients that help fight sickness & contribute to a normal or necessary physiological function.
Boost,Defend & Balance your Immune system with MNK, while contributing to normal physiological functioning
MNK does not just boost your immune system but also helps balance your immune system. MNK will help your immune system become more resilience to disease. MNK contains essential nutrients that help fight sickness and contribute to a normal or necessary physiological function.
What’s In MNK?
MNK has an abundance of natural & organic ingredient, that have been specifically chosen based on Scientific evidence. Lets have a look at some of the main ingredients:
Micro nutrients have major impact on health
To maintain your brain, muscle, bone, nerves, skin, blood circulation, and immune system, your body requires a steady supply of many different raw materials—both macro nutrients and micro nutrients. You need large amounts of macro nutrients—proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. And while you only need a small number of micro nutrients—vitamins and minerals—failing to get even those small quantities virtually guarantees disease.
The importance of micro nutrients
Nearly 30 vitamins and minerals that your body cannot manufacture in sufficient amounts on its own are called "essential micro nutrients." British sailors learned centuries ago that living for months without fresh fruits or vegetables—the main sources of vitamin C—caused the bleeding gums and listlessness of scurvy, a disease that often proved fatal. Even today in many low-income countries, people frequently suffer from a variety of nutrient-deficiency diseases.
True vitamin and mineral deficiencies—in which the lack of a single nutrient leads directly to a specific ailment—are rare in Australia because our extensive supply of inexpensive food, and the fortification of many common foods with some key nutrients. However, eating less than optimal amounts of important vitamins, minerals, and other compounds can still contribute to a number of major illnesses, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and osteoporosis. Hence, concern about "insufficiency"—a controversial topic—is a major driver of both the Australian dietary guidelines and the mass marketing of over-the-counter supplements.
Are you getting enough micro nutrients?
So how can you make sure you're fulfilling your nutrient needs? Unfortunately, a welter of conflicting studies has led to general confusion—and all too many studies lead to new marketing claims that may or may not be upheld by later research. In fact, the best way to get vitamins and minerals is from a well-rounded diet, with plenty of fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and lean sources of protein, along with healthy fats, such as nuts and olive oil. "You should ideally try to meet your vitamin and mineral needs through your diet rather than supplements.
Choosing foods to boost your immune system
Five micro nutrients—vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, magnesium, and zinc—play roles in maintaining immune function, and supplements containing them are often sold as immune boosters in doses that greatly exceed the recommended daily allowance. However, there is no evidence that such supplements have more benefits than merely following a healthy diet. Rather than popping pills to get these micro nutrients, you're wiser to use various foods to boost your immune system.
You Have Questions, We Have Answers:
How do i take MNK?
We suggest that you take 1 serving (1 tsp) daily, at any time of day.
Any side effects?
NO. there has been no side effects found at this current time, due to its natural & organic ingredients which have been backed by science.
Who can take MNK?
Anyone can take MNK. it is extremely beneficial for pregnant women or women who have just given birth, Also very beneficial for children for their mental & physical growth & development.
How long until i see results?
For most people after about 30 days of taking MNK daily, they start to notice some changes.