Super DC drink

Gusto launch immune bolstering drink, Super DC

Gusto has launched their latest drink, an immune bolstering botanical beverage, packed full of vitamins that are proven to help your immune system.

The drinks, which contain less than 60 calories per serving, with no artificial sweeteners or preservatives, packs 200% RI Vitamin D and 2500% Vitamin C, giving the name Super DC.

These vitamins are shown to boost the immune system year-round, alongside vitamins A, K, Zinc, and Folic Acid to give the body a well-rounded vitamin boost.

CEO of Gusto, Will Fugard, said:

“We are delighted to offer a drink created with an adult audience in mind and designed for optimal immune support.

“Super DC will ensure you hit your daily reference intake of vitamins D and C, and can be enjoyed as your one a day immune support boost, on the go or from the breakfast table as part of your daily routine.

“Gusto’s new drinks are born from an age when there is a significant focus on immune support; we wanted to bring a sense of occasion to a natural vitamin drink. We think Super DC offers exceptional taste like no other vitamin drink on the market.”

Super DC is available to purchase online and in popular health shops nationwide at £1.99 RRP.

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