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100% Pure & Natural Powdered Vitamin C


Perfect Mother Nature

8 oz. bottle


Price: $26.95


100% Pure & Natural Powdered Vitamin C

Perfect Mother Nature™ is happy to present 100% Pure & Natural Powdered Vitamin C. Water Soluable Vitamin C when compared with pill form, is more readily absorbed. Absorption of liquid vitamins, including vitamin C, is about 98 percent versus only 10 to 20 percent for pills and tablets. Dr. Obikoya explained in an article entitled "Why Liquid Multivitamins are Superior." Liquid vitamins bypass the digestive process and are absorbed directly into the bloodstream and into the cell, and therefore have faster-acting and stronger therapeutic benefits, he wrote.

Vitamin C plays a significant role in several key functions of the body.  It's importance to the proper functioning of the immune system cannot be over estimated. Over the last few years, studies have confirmed that Vitamin C helps to increase resistance to infectious diseases including Cancer.  Increased dosages of Vitamin C have been found to stimulate the production of white cells which fight off bacterial and viral invaders in the body.

Vitamin C is also considered an antioxidant that is vital to tissue growth and repair, adrenal gland function and the maintenance of healthy gums.  Another important role of Vitamin C concerns it's ability to help cope with kinds of physical and mental stresses. In addition, this vitamin plays a primary role in the formation of collagen which is essential to healthy bones and teeth. Vitamin C is essential for the body to produce  collagen, which is the substance that bonds cells together.  Maintaining Vitamin C in your body therefore helps preserve and mend the connective tissues, tendons and cartilage, including the cartilage between spinal discs, in addition to bones, muscles, and blood vessels.

Vitamin C also helps to protect against the harmful effects of pollution, bruising and blood clotting.  It promotes tissue healing and assists in interferon production. It's presence is required for the metabolism of folic acid, tyrosine and phenylalanine. There is growing evidence that Vitamin C and Vitamin E work together more effectively when combined in extending antioxidant activity. While Vitamin C is not considered a cure for colds , taking it at the onset of symptoms can make the cold substantially milder. Vitamin C can also act to help prevent high blood pressure and hardening of the arteries which can lead to heart attack or stroke. Vitamin C also helps the body use iron.  Dr. Linus Pauling, two time Nobel Prize winner, has documented curing cancer in fifty seven cases considered to be incurable . He used Vitamin C in the amounts of 10 to 30,000 milligrams a day in these individuals to achieve success.

Vitamin C Has Been Shown To Be Helpful In These Conditions:

  • Prevents Scurvy
  • Helps prevent or make less severe the common cold
  • Promotes healing of wounds, burns, and bone fracture
  • Increaes resistance to infections, fatigue, and low temperatures
  • Aids in prevention of internal bleeding
  • Guard Against Anemia
  • Maintaining Solid Bones and teeth
  • Promotes Healthy Gums
  • Helps aid the body to meet various stresses
  • Encourages Healing After Surgery
  • Aids In Decreasing Cholesterol In The Blood
  • Reducing Symptoms Of Allergies
  • Fights Against Cataracts
  • Helpful For Diabetics
  • For Constipation As a Mild Diuretic

An Essential Antioxidant

Vitamin C is essential for good health, according to the Harvard School of Public Health. Liquid vitamin C is essential for those who desire vitamin C supplementation but who have difficulty swallowing tablets or capsules.

Vitamin C, like vitamins A and E, is an antioxidant; a chemical compound that fights the effects of oxidation, or exposure to oxygen (think of how an apple browns when exposed to air). It is the only vitamin believed to play a role in every single body function. It's benefits are numerous, and the list of apparent benefits continues to grow. In liquid form, vitamin C has the added benefits of providing higher concentrations and better absorption than tablets or capsules, and providing ease of use, also according to vitamin expert Dr. George Obikoya.
 
You Need Extra Vitamin C If You:
  • Smoke
  • Take aspirin often
  • Take birth control pills
  • Live or work in a city or other environment with carbon monoxide in the air

Cancer Prevention

Vitamin C is an antioxidant, and effectively rids the body of potentially harmful substances known as free radicals. Free radicals can cause cellular damage that may even result in the development of cancer. Due to its antioxidant properties, many scientists believe that vitamin C may be helpful in cancer prevention. According to the American Cancer Society, studies have shown that high dietary intake of vitamin C-rich foods reduces the chances of developing esophageal, pancreatic, colon, stomach, larynx, breast, cervix and lung cancer. The efficacy of supplements contains to be explored in laboratory and human studies.

Vision

Vitamin C contributes to the prevention of eye disorders such as macular degeneration and cataracts. It helps the body produce collagen that is found in the cornea, and improves retinal health. Vitamin C is particularly beneficial to eye health when combined with a high intake of bioflavonoids, which are responsible for the pigmentation in fruits and vegetables. Fortunately, most fruits that are high in vitamin C are also high in bioflavonoids.

Other Benefits

According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, vitamin C also protects the body from heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, pre-eclampsia in pregnant women, asthma and dental disorders. It is further promoted for its effectiveness in preventing and lessening the duration of the common cold. Studies suggests that vitamin C boosts the immune system, decreases wound healing time and decreases blood sugar in diabetics.

Natural Sources:

Citrus fruits ( oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, tomatoes),  fresh fruits and vegetables,  green leafy vegetables, broccoli, cauliflower, berries, cantaloupe, potatoes, acerola cherry juice, black currants, horseradish, raw red and green peppers, and rose hips.

References

  • MayoClinic.com: Vitamin C
  • Medline Plus: Vitamin C
  • University of Maryland Medical Center: Vitamin C
  • American Cancer Society: Vitamin C
  • All About Vision: Vitamin C and Bioflavonoids: Powerful Eye Antioxidants
  • Choi, H. Archives of Internal Medicine, March 9, 2009; vol 169: pp 502-507
  • Harvard School of Public Health, Vitamin C is Essential for Good Health
  • Why Liquid Multivitamins are Superior
  • The Vitamin and Health Encyclopedia: ISBN-13: 9780913923924

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