Be Battle Ready

Loaded with vitamins and minerals that help build a stronger immune system to weather pandemics, flus, and any other challenges you and your loved onces may face.

Stronger bodies mean stronger defenses!

If the last two years have proven anything, it’s that we all need to be ready for the unexpected.

Our delicious, chef crafted recipes deliver the nutrients you need to fight the toughest challenges. Based on research from the world renowned Mayo Clinic^, Nutrient Survival foods score six times higher delivering the immunity boosting nutrients your body needs!

Plays a vital role in maintaining your body's natural defenses. This includes the mucous barriers in your eyes, lungs, and gut which help trap bacteria and other infectious agents.
Contributes to your immune defense by supporting multiple cellular functions of your body's adaptive immune systems. It’s also a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals in the body, decreasing inflammation and boosting immunity.
Boosts the production of immune cells and plays an especially critical role in warding off respiratory infections. Scientists now believe it may play an important role in fighting Covid-19.§
Boosts your body’s immune function by supporting the growth of T cells that ward off infection by fighting against compromised cells and activating other immune cells for a more effective immune response.
Plays a role in many of the processes that effect our immune systems. It helps in the production of white blood cells that act as the front lines of our immune system by fighting diseases and infections and protecting the body from harmful viruses and bacteria.
Activates enzymes that break down proteins in viruses and bacteria, so they are less able to spread. Zinc also increases the activation of cells responsible for fighting infection. Like Vitamin C, it’s also a powerful antioxidant that fights against inflammation.
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Immunity Score makes a comparison of nutrients present in foods that are essential to supporting immune health as identified by the USDA, Harvard University^, and the Mayo Clinic^ (Vitamins A, C, D, and E and Minerals Iron and Zinc). The contribution reflected for these six nutrients in each Nutrient Survival food represents the amount of each nutrient present in a single serving relative to the USDA Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) guidelines.

^The Nutrition Source, Nutrition and Immunity. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University.

^Pronschinske J, R.D.N., C.D., “Support your immune function with good nutrition” Speaking of Health, Mayo Clinic Health System. June 24, 2021.

§Kaya MO, Pamukcu E, Yakar B. The role of vitamin D deficiency on COVID-19. Epidemiol Health. 2021.

§Bassatne A, Basbous M, Chakhtoura M, El Zein O, Rahme M, El-Hajj Fuleihan G. The link between COVID-19 and VItamin D (VIVID): A systematic review and meta-analysis. Metabolism. 2021 Jun.

Military Strategies for Sustainment of Nutrition and Immune Function in the Field. Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Military Nutrition Research. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 1999.