Vitamin C can be synthesized in the body by most animals, but not in humans; so getting enough in the diet or through supplementation is crucial. It helps create collagen, amino acids, neurotransmitters, and proteins while regenerating other antioxidants in the body.See All Products
Below we've broken down the main functions of our Vitamin C with Bioflavonoids and the benefits it can provide.
It helps the immune system by supporting various cellular functions. It is a protector against environmental and oxidative stress.
Vitamin C has a role of being an antioxidant in physiologic conditions and a pro-oxidant under pathologic conditions. Because of this, it may have beneficial effects on the lungs and other organs.
Adequate vitamin C status has been recommended by dentists for decades. It plays an important role in building collagen which helps the body develop and maintain healthy gums.
Citrus bioflavonoids have the unique ability to enhance cellular uptake of vitamin C and rutin may help the body produce collagen. This complex supports lung, gum, and oral health.
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