Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals are essential for keeping our bodies in optimal condition. It is important that they are part of our diet, which should also include fruit, vegetables, lean meat and fish which all contain the nutrients we need.

Always consult with your doctor prior to consuming food supplements, to find out which is best suited to your nutritional needs. Most supplements are safe, but it is advisable to consume them in the quantity and for the duration that has been recommended.

Ensure® NutriVigor® is a nutritional supplement, scientifically designed to help support muscle health which is important for an active lifestyle.1-3

The specific action of HMB, an active metabolite of proteins, contributes to the maintenance and growth of muscle mass.4,5

Ensure® Nutrivigor® can contribute to:6,7

Reducing tiredness and fatigue

Preserving our bone and muscle quality

The integration of calcium, vitamin D and protein contributes to the maintenance of our muscles and our bones, allowing us to conserve strength and energy for a longer time so that we can continue to do what we like. 

Ensure® Nutrivigor® also contains:

Vitamins B2, B6, B12

They help reduce fatigue and tiredness7

Vitamin D

Promotes calcium absorption and contributes to the normal functioning of muscles and bones.6


Needed to keep the bones in normal condition.6


To promote the recovery and maintenance of muscle mass.8

*Ca-HMB = calcium β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate monohydrate

References1. Ensure® NutriVigor® Product Label. 2. Reid KF, Naumova EN, Carabello RJ, et al. Lower extremity muscle mass predicts functional performance in mobility‐limited elders. J Nutr Health Aging. 2008; 12: 493‐498. 3. Janssen I, Heymsfield SB, Ross R. Low relative skeletal muscle mass (sarcopenia) in older persons is associated with functional impairment and physical disability. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2002; 50: 889‐896. 4. Fitschen PJ, Wilson GJ, Wilson JM, et al. Efficacy of β‐hydroxy‐β‐methybutyrate supplementation in elderly and clinical populations. Nutr 2013;29:29‐36. 5. Wilson GJ, Wilson JM and Manninen AH. Effects of beta‐hydroxy‐beta‐methylbutyrate (HMB) on exercise performance and body composition across varying levels of age, sex, and training experience: A review. Nutr Metab. 2008;5:1. 6. Khazai N, Judd SE and Tangpricha V. Calcium and Vitamin D: Skeletal and Extraskeletal Health. Curr Rheumatol Rep. 2008;10(2):110-117. 7. Heap LC, Peters TJ and Wessely S. Vitamin B status in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. J R Soc Med 1999;92:183-185. 8. Deer RR and Volpi E. Protein Intake and Muscle Function in Older Adults. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care 2015;18(3):248-253.