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  • For good immunity
  • Wellness of the Bones and Joints
  • For good Gut Health
  • Skin Health

Vitamin C+ Capsules

Vitamin C+ Capsules

Vitamin C and zinc are two essential nutrients that play vital roles in maintaining a healthy immune system and delivering appropriate sustenance.

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Key Benefits

We understand everyone has different dietary needs so we wanted to create a supplement that can be used by a wide variety of people. This product is Vegetarian, Vegan, Non-Dairy, Non-GMO, and Keto-Friendly.

For good immunity

A lack of vitamin C leads to a weakened immune system and an increased likelihood of developing infections. Infections, on the other hand, have a major impact on the levels of vitamin C due to the increased metabolic requirements. Additionally, taking vitamin C in supplement form looks to be helpful to both avoid and treat infections of the respiratory and systemic varieties. Consequently, taking these tablets is useful for increasing one's energy levels as well as offering support for antioxidant defense system.

Wellness of the Bones and Joints

The use of vitamin C is associated with improved bone and joint health. Because bones and joints contain collagen, which not only lends them elasticity and flexibility but also contributes to the reconstruction of bone tissues that had become depleted over time, collagen plays an important role in the regeneration of bone. Increased production of collagen, which is essential for healthy cartilage, is one of the ways that vitamin C can aid enhance joint mobility.

For good Gut Health

Vitamin C has a number of key health benefits, one of which is that it helps to keep the gut healthy by acting as a barrier against harmful microorganisms. In addition to this, it provides the body with the antioxidant support that is necessary for a smooth digestive process.

Skin Health

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, and one of the ways that it helps the body is by ensuring that the skin always has the proper amount of moisture. It is possible to keep our skin from getting rough and dry by consuming a suitable amount of vitamin C on a regular basis. Because it is such a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C is especially effective at shielding the skin from the damage that free radicals, which can hasten the skin's ageing process and lead to the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots, can cause.

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that is found naturally in some foods, that can be added to other meals, and that is also sold as a dietary supplement. Vitamin C is also known by its chemical name, L-ascorbic acid. Because humans are unable to produce vitamin C naturally in their bodies like most other animals are, getting enough of it in one's diet is absolutely necessary [1]. Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, L-carnitine, and a number of neurotransmitters. In addition, vitamin C has a role in the breakdown and synthesis of proteins [2].

Zinc Gluconate 12%Zn

Zinc is an essential component for over 300 enzymes across many different species. Enzymes that contain zinc are involved in many aspects of the metabolic process of macronutrients, most notably the replication of cells. In addition, the enzymes carbonic anhydrase as well as lactate dehydrogenase, which both contain zinc, are engaged in the metabolism of exercise, and the enzyme superoxide dismutase, which also contains zinc, protects cells from the damage caused by free radicals [3].

L-Lysine HCl

The L-lysine molecule is converted into the hydrochloride salt known as L-lysine hydrochloride. It contains an L-lysine. Lysine appears to assist the body in the absorption of calcium, and it also plays a significant part in the production of collagen, a chemical that is essential for bones and soft tissues such as skin, ligaments, and cartilage. The diets of most people provide them with an adequate amount of lysine [4].

Citrus Bioflavonoid, Rutin

Buckwheat is one of the many plants that contain the bioflavonoid known as rutin, which is derived from citrus. Rutin is an antioxidant that, when combined with vitamin C, interacts synergistically with quercetin, bioflavonoids, and naringin to remove harmful free radicals. In addition to its role as an antioxidant, rutin assists vitamin C in maintaining the health of collagen, which serves as the intercellular cement in our bodies. Rutin is a very helpful bioflavonoid for the health of blood vessels since it helps to strengthen capillaries, promotes the decrease of their stiffness, and facilitates with their permeability. Rutin also helps with the formation of new blood vessels.