Helps maintain normal immune system function
Supports the normal production of collagen
Tested microbiologically, for heavy metals and ethylene oxide
Servings per container: 150
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The human body is unable to produce vitamin C on its own. L-ascorbic acid is essential for the body to work properly and its deficiency leads to serious health problems. It is a perishable vitamin and is not stored in the body, so we need to replenish our supply of vitamin C with the diet every day.
Vitamin C is a vitamin that is very sensitive to heat treatment. It is easy to lose vitamin C during cooking, storage and grinding. The safest for vitamin C is freezing and pickling.
One of the most well-known consequences of vitamin C deficiencies is scurvy. Once quite common, it is now very rare. The disease is entirely dependent on the saturation of the body with L-ascorbic acid.
The main symptoms of vitamin C deficiency include:
Vitamin C is a highly perishable vitamin. Its excess is removed from the body in the urine within a few hours after the excess occurs. Therefore, in supplementation, it is recommended to supply vitamin C spread over smaller portions, but administered several times a day.
Vitamin C is not recommended in hypersensitivity to L-ascorbic acid. In people with kidney stone problems and iron malabsorption, vitamin C is not recommended in large doses (it is safest for your doctor to monitor the dosage and effects of intake).