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An important water-soluble antioxidant Helps with:
- The absorption of iron
- Synthesis of collagen
- Production of neurotransmitters
- Synthesis of steroid hormones
Benefits of Vitamin C:
- Maintains healthy teeth, bones and body tissues
- Boost the immune system
- Fights free radical damage
- Improves mineral absorption
- Builds collagen for joint support
- Maintains healthy blood vessels and cardiovascular health
Recommended Use: Mix 1/4 tsp. in water or juice daily.
No artificial color, no sugar, no preservatives. Laboratory analysis guarantees the purity of Product.
What is vitamin C?
Vitamin C is also called ascorbate or ascorbic acid, which is the major dietary form of the vitamin. It is similar in structure to glucose and is an essential nutrient for humans. Vitamin C has a number of biological functions, including the manufacture of collagen and connective tissue, the biosynthesis of carnitine and certain neurotransmitters, the protection of LDL against oxidative damage, and the absorption of iron. Vitamin C may be the most important water-soluble antioxidant in the body.
What is vitamin C used for?
Vitamin C has antioxidant activity and may help in the detoxification of some heavy metals, such as lead. It may support immunity by enhancing components of the immune system such as glutathione and may be helpful in chronic diseases that are characterized by oxidative damage.
What is the recommended dose of vitamin C?
Take one or more tablets a day with meals, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
What are the side effects of vitamin C?
There are no adverse effects at recommended doses.
What is Body Bio vitamin C made from?
Body Bio vitamin C is not made from corn, as many others are, so there are no allergen concerns. It is made from cassava root, the source of tapioca.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.