Benefits of Vitamin C
Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is mainly present in fruits and vegetables. The consumption of such foods is important since, unlike other animals, humans do not have the ability to produce this essential micronutrient themselves
Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is mainly present in fruits and vegetables. The consumption of such foods is important since, unlike other animals, humans do not have the ability to produce this essential micronutrient themselves. This means we must top up our vitamin C daily, through the foods we eat and/or food supplements. Because it is water-soluble, this essential vitamin can also easily be lost during cooking and long-term storage.
Even though the role of vitamin C in maintaining health has been known since the early 1930s, only recently have researchers been actively studying and demonstrating its role and function in the treatment and prevention of many diseases. These studies will be key to providing the scientific basis that explains why this simple but essential vitamin possesses such a wide range of positive biological activities.
It is arguably the most important vitamin for immunity and anti-inflammatory actions. Earl Mindell determined its importance decades ago and vitamin C intake is required more now than ever before, due to the high amount of processed foods consumed, which are lacking in this essential vitamin and antioxidant.
This formula contains vitamin C from multiple sources ie herbs, berries and ascorbic acid.
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