About Vitamin C


Vitamin C (also known as ascorbic acid) is ample in vegetables and fruits. A water-soluble vitamin and powerful antioxidant, it helps the body form and maintain connective tissue, including bones, blood vessels, and skin.

Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients. It may not be the cure for the common cold even though it's thought to help prevent more serious complications. But the benefits of vitamin C may include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, and eye disease.

Nutritional antioxidants, like the Vitamin C in oranges or asparagus for example, naturally protect tour skin.

This feature of it makes it further the ideal element, and why it is good to have vitamin C and skin care. Although it is not in itself a sunscreen, it does serve as an antioxidant when put on the skin. Free radicals or oxidants in the skin, cause greater harm when they are exposed to the ultraviolet rays of the sun, and can destroy the skin and produce cancer.

Vitamin C is not stored well in our bodies.

We use it constantly and yet our intake is insufficient. Only with regular supplementation in quantities that fill our body's every need will we approach optimum health and the elimination of disease.

Did you know?

One cup raw chopped broccoli has 81 mg vitamin C.While it may not seem juicy, broccoli is 90 % water and contains compounds called isothaiocyanates. It is packed with energy-producing carbohydrate, as well as fibre, a carbohydrate with no calories, but lots of health benefits. Broccoli also supplies numerous vitamins and minerals in healthy doses, including calcium, potassium, and carotenoids that foster peak eyesight, ward off cell damage, and serve as the raw material for vitamin A production in the body.