Vit C "Ascorbic Acid" contributes to many functions in the body such as reduction in fatigue and tiredness, immune system, collagen formation, cartridge formation, energy yielding energy metabolism, functioning of the nervous system and protection of cells from oxidative stress.
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient required by the human body in our diets. In today's lifestyle people are becoming less likely to cook meals and are eating more convenience foods, which many people are becoming deficient in vitamins and minerals. Incorporating the right foods into a nutritional diet plan can boost your vitamin intake, Vitamin C rich foods are yellow bell peppers, guavas, kale, kiwifruit, broccoli, strawberries and oranges.
Dose: 1 tablet per day
Vitamin C is an upcoming remedial facility that does a percolated development of the soluble resources that work wholesomely towards the inner assets of the body. Researchers suggest that Vitamin C works at its best when used in combination with vitamin K3. The integrated use of these vitamins causes the expulsion of hydrogen peroxide into the surrounding tissues. There is a redox cycle’s involvement in the stated release of H2O2. The build-up of hydrogen peroxide in the cells is able to neutralize the oxidative effects of free radicals. More than the dose, it is the absorption of Vitamin C that accentuates its lack in the human body. Smokers and second-hand smokers (unintentionally) face a gigantic exposure to the free radicals in every hour of tobacco's use. Therefore, second-hand smokers and chain smokers need an extra dose of Vitamin C to redeem the health lost to the offensive trigger of free radicals. Vitamin C is becoming more popular in holistic clinics by using this powerful vitamin as an iv. Many people use vitamin c as a concentrated soluble liquid which is slowly released into the bloodstream. Many clinics start with 10 grams in an iv depending on what the doctor prescribes, or vitamin b12 is added to a mixed infusion which is a cocktail of vitamins to boost the body for those people who prefer a concentrated injection.