AFL WAG Rebecca Judd reveals her bulletproof tip to cure cold symptoms within 24 hours: ‘Went to bed sick. Woke up 100%’
Rebecca Judd has been very open about her love for vitamin tablets and IV therapy, and now she’s convinced an immune defence cures colds in 24 hours.
The AFL WAG, 40, posted a picture of vitamin supplement Sambucol Immune Defense to her Instagram Stories on Friday and said it cured her symptoms within 24 hours.
It claimed to ‘support immune health and function’ and contain ‘black elderberry, vitamin C and zinc’.
‘This works. So does Armaforce. Take it early. Went to bed sick. Woke up 100%,’ Bec wrote in her caption.
The Australian model is no stranger to popping vitamins and has been touting Sambucol and Armaforce since at least December.
Rebecca Judd has been very open about her love for vitamin tablets and IV therapy, now she’s convinced Sambucol Immune Defense cures colds in 24 hours
‘I take Sambucol cold and flu tablets if I feel I’m going to get sick and it usually stops it in its tracks,’ she told Body + Soul at the time.
‘The same goes for Bioceuticals Armaforce. If my kids are sick and I feel like I’m on the verge I can usually nip it in the bud straight away. It’s like magic.’
In August of 2019, the television presenter went so far as to receive IV therapy in a Melbourne clinic.
She shared videos of herself to Instagram with a drip in her arm as she received the $199 treatment.
The mother-of-four said her treatment varied from other traditional IV therapies because it was tailored to her specific needs.
She said the infusion – typically filled with vitamins and nutrients – is prescribed and administered by a doctor after a set of blood tests.
The Australian model is no stranger to popping vitamins and has been touting Sambucol and Armaforce since at least December
It comes after Professor Tim Spector, a genetic epidemiology expert, claimed on Monday that trendy supplements have no health benefits and are simply a money-making scheme.
Speaking at the literary Hay Festival in Wales, he said supplements make ‘total mugs’ of the people who buy them.
‘These supplements are driven by the same companies… they’re going to be the new future giant food companies,’ he added.
Professor Spector advised people should buy ‘real food’ instead and eat a predominantly plant-based diet with minimal processed food.
In August of 2019, the television presenter went so far as to receive IV therapy in a Melbourne clinic