21st Century Vitamin C – 1000 mg; Vitamin C has numerous benefits. It supports our immune systems and is one of the most powerful antioxidants. It has the ability to regenerate Vitamin E in the presence of alpha lipoic acid and glutathione.
Vitamin C provides significant protection to the blood, eyes, immune system and lungs from free radicals. It is important for the synthesis of collagen and glycosaminoglycans which are the building blocks of all connective tissues, such as skin, blood vessels, tendons, joint cartilage and bone. It is also important in tissue repair and production of important neurotransmitters.
Humans unlike animals are unable to naturally make Vitamin C. We get it from foods and from supplements. It’s why we need to stock up on Vitamin C. (21st Century Vitamin C – 1000 mg)
Directions: Take 1 capsule once daily.
No adverse effects have been reported.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children.
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