Monday, September 21, 2015

Vitamin C supplement benefits

Studies have shown that vitamin C may offer benefits against heart disease, cancer and cataracts.

Vitamin C is an essential component of the diet for humans, and adequate intake is important. Daily recommendations vary and it is recommended that the user stick to the supplier’s dosage. People who consumed the recommended amounts of daily fruits and vegetables need no supplementation, because they obtain their daily vitamin C requirements through their diet alone.

In epidemiological studies and is some large-scale interventional studies, vitamin C was consumed in combinations with other food sup0lpoments such as vitamins and antioxidants, and was partially obtained from foods.

High intake of a vitamin C supplement, above 500 milligrams per day, is not recommended. The body absorbs little vitamin C beyond the first 200 milligrams per serving or dose. However, the majority of smokers would benefit greatly from a high-quality natural vitamin C supplement because it repairs connective tissue and is also an excellent anti-stress nutrient as well as a powerful antioxidant.

The vitamin C content of food varies widely however, and plasma levels generally reflect the amount consumed, regardless of its origin.

Make sure the vitamin C supplement purchase contains bioflavonoids. In nature vitamin C always has bioflavonoids, sometimes referred to as vitamin P.
Vitamin C supplement benefits

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