Vitamin C 1000mg

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Vitamin C 1000mg

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What is Vitamin C?

Vitamin C (or L-ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that is found naturally in some foods and can be taken as a dietary supplement. Since humans cannot synthesize vitamin C endogenously, it is considered to be an “essential” nutrient. 

The body requires vitamin C for the biosynthesis of L-carnitine, collagen, and some important neurotransmitters – hormones critical to the nervous system. Vitamin C is also required to metabolise proteins, synthesize collagen for wound healing, and detoxify the body through its role as a physiological antioxidant. 

Signs of Vitamin C Deficiency:

A lack of vitamin C leads to a condition called scurvy with signs that can include: 

  • Fatigue
  • Lassitude
  • Connective tissue weakness
  • Weak capillaries

Other signs of Vitamin C deficiency:

  • Small acne-like bumps on arms or thighs
  • Spoon-shaped fingernails with red spots or lines
  • Dry skin
  • Easy bruising
  • Slow wound healing
  • Painful and/or swollen joints
  • Weak bones
  • Bleeding gums
  • Tooth loss
  • Poor immunity
  • Persistent anemia
  • Unexplained weight gain
  • Chronic inflammation

Vitamin C Deficiency Causes:

Some causes of vitamin C deficiency can include:

  • Lack of vitamin C in the diet
  • Smoking
  • Drugs and/or alcoholism
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ulcerative colitis.
  • Age
  • Pregnancy and lactation
  • Dialysis
  • Exposure to toxins

Benefits of Vitamin C Supplementation:

Supplements can also be used to top up vitamin C levels with benefits that include:  

  • Scurvy reversal
  • Increased energy
  • Better immunity
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Increased immunity
  • Better mood
  • Healthier teeth and gums

    What is Vitamin C?

    Vitamin C (or L-ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that is found naturally in some foods and can be taken as a dietary supplement. Since humans cannot synthesize vitamin C endogenously, it is considered to be an “essential” nutrient. 

    The body requires vitamin C for the biosynthesis of L-carnitine, collagen, and some important neurotransmitters – hormones critical to the nervous system. Vitamin C is also required to metabolise proteins, synthesize collagen for wound healing, and detoxify the body through its role as a physiological antioxidant. 

    Signs of Vitamin C Deficiency:

    A lack of vitamin C leads to a condition called scurvy with signs that can include: 

    • Fatigue
    • Lassitude
    • Connective tissue weakness
    • Weak capillaries

    Other signs of Vitamin C deficiency:

    • Small acne-like bumps on arms or thighs
    • Spoon-shaped fingernails with red spots or lines
    • Dry skin
    • Easy bruising
    • Slow wound healing
    • Painful and/or swollen joints
    • Weak bones
    • Bleeding gums
    • Tooth loss
    • Poor immunity
    • Persistent anemia
    • Unexplained weight gain
    • Chronic inflammation

    Vitamin C Deficiency Causes:

    Some causes of vitamin C deficiency can include:

    • Lack of vitamin C in the diet
    • Smoking
    • Drugs and/or alcoholism
    • Crohn’s disease
    • Ulcerative colitis.
    • Age
    • Pregnancy and lactation
    • Dialysis
    • Exposure to toxins

    Benefits of Vitamin C Supplementation:

    Supplements can also be used to top up vitamin C levels with benefits that include:  

    • Scurvy reversal
    • Increased energy
    • Better immunity
    • Reduced inflammation
    • Increased immunity
    • Better mood
    • Healthier teeth and gums

Vitamin C dosage recommendations vary widely according to age, sex, and current condition. The US National Institute of Health recommends 25-120 mg per day, however some holistic practitioners have suggested that mega-dosing vitamin C can help a variety of conditions.

Vitamin C Side Effects

Vitamin C supplements are considered to be generally safe. Some side effects may occur with extremely high doses that include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Gastrointestinal disturbances

Vitamin C Capsules (1000 mg), 25mg rosehip, 25 citrus bioflavonoids

Vitamin C Contraindications:

User discretion is advised. Individuals from the following groups and/or any other groups with health risks should consult with a doctor prior to taking this or any other medication. :

  • Pregnancy or lactating women
  • Children under the age of 12
  • Individuals with kidney problems
  • Individuals with heart and/or blood pressure problems
  • Immunocompromised individuals

Additional Notes:

  • Do not exceed the recommended dose
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Store in cool dark conditions
  • Do not consume past the expiry date
  • Suitable for vegans/vegetarians
  • This product and its statements have not been evaluated by the FDA or any other regulatory body
  • This product is a dietary supplement and is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and/or healthy lifestyle

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