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Vitamin C,  Non Acidic Vitamin
Vitamin C,  Non Acidic Vitamin
Vitamin C,  Non Acidic Vitamin

Vitamin C, Non Acidic Vitamin

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Immune System + Non-Acidic

Daily C, Sante’s non-acidic vitamin C contains 568mg of Sodium Ascorbate.

When taken daily, this vitamin C aids in boosting your immune system. Its non-acidic form makes it gentler on the stomach and safer for daily use. Without the acidic pain from your usual vitamin C, you get the most out of this vitamin source.

Daily C is perfect for the whole family, working moms and dad and yuppies who work night shifts. This can be your immune system aide.

  • Sodium Ascorbate: A water soluble vitamin and antioxidant that the body doesn’t produce and gets only from food.

Directions for use:
Take 1 capsule daily or as prescribed by the physician.

 

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient with several roles in your body. It’s a potent antioxidant. What is vitamin C?
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient with several roles in your body. It’s a potent antioxidant, meaning it can neutralize unstable compounds in your body called free radicals and help prevent or reverse cellular damage caused by these compounds (1Trusted Source).

It’s also involved in a number of biochemical processes, many of which are related to immune health (1Trusted Source).

The Daily Value (DV) for vitamin C is 90 mg per day, but breastfeeding women need an extra 30 mg and people who smoke need an extra 35 mg per day (2).

It’s pretty easy to meet your vitamin C needs through your diet as long as you eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. For example, a single medium orange provides 77% of the DV, and 1 cup (160 grams) of cooked broccoli provides 112% of the DV (3Trusted Source, 4Trusted Source)., meaning it can neutralize unstable compounds in your body called free radicals and help prevent or reverse cellular damage caused by these compounds .

It’s also involved in a number of biochemical processes, many of which are related to immune health .

The Daily Value (DV) for vitamin C is 90 mg per day, but breastfeeding women need an extra 30 mg and people who smoke need an extra 35 mg per day.

It’s pretty easy to meet your vitamin C needs through your diet as long as you eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. For example, a single medium orange provides 77% of the DV, and 1 cup (160 grams) of cooked broccoli provides 112% of the DV.

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Can Vitamin C Protect You from COVID-19?

You may have noticed the vitamin C section of the supplement aisle looking bare these days or seen the claims on social media that vitamin C can help with COVID-19.

While physicians and researchers are studying the effects of high dose intravenous (IV) vitamin C on the new coronavirus, no supplement, including vitamin C, can prevent or treat COVID-19.

This article reviews what vitamin C is, how it affects immunity, how it’s being tried for COVID-19 treatment in a hospital setting, and whether taking an oral supplement is beneficial.

ctto: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-c-coronavirus