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Vitamin C

£13.99

Vitamin C Supplements

Natural Options Vitamin C with Citrus Bioflavonoids is a conveniently coated efficacious combination of vitamin C, and synergistic ingredients scientifically formulated for ease of swallowing and optimal digestion and absorption. Vitamin C is an essential vitamin that carries out several important functions in the human body, including the maintenance of the normal function of the immune system, synthesis of collagen, protecting the cells from oxidative stress, and contributing to normal energy-yielding metabolism. Citrus Bioflavonoids are phytochemicals found in many fruits and vegetables which serve as a companion to Vitamin C, as they assist in supporting the absorption of vitamin C along with amla fruit which is naturally abundant in vitamin C, carotenoids, bioflavonoids and other polyphenols, and piperine, which enables the body to assimilate much more of these nutrients.

Allergen free | Vegetarian & Vegan | Halal & Kosher Certified |600mg vitamin C | 150mg citrus bioflavonoids and amla | 5mg piperine | 60 Tablets | Immune System Support | Contributes to the Reduction of Tiredness & Fatigue | Supports Normal Collagen Function

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Why Is Vitamin C Important?

This vitamin has several important functions within the body these include helping with:
• Reducing tiredness and fatigue
• Normal psychological functions
• Protection of DNA
• Absorption of iron
• Normal function of the nervous system
• Normal collagen formation
• Maintenance of normal function of the immune system during and after extreme physical activity

Are There Any Other Good Sources Of Vitamin C?

While mostly associated with oranges, vitamin C can be found in a wide range of fruit and vegetables such as:
• Peppers
• Strawberries
• Blackcurrants
• Broccoli
• Brussel Sprouts
• Potatoes

How Much Vitamin C Do I Need?

The average UK adult aged 19 to 64 needs around 40mg of vitamin C per day.
Even though you should be able to get your vitamins from your daily diet, some people with a poor diet may struggle with this. This is partially important because vitamin C is not stored in your body therefore you need to include it in your diet each day.

What Happens If I Take Too Much Vitamin C?

According to the NHS taking, more than 1000mg a day may cause some side effects. These can include:
• Stomach Pain
• Diarrhoea
• Flatulence
These symptoms should disappear when you reduce your Vitamin C intake.

What Are Common Signs Of Vitamin C Deficiency?

Most known as Scurvy, this vitamin deficiency can be avoided with a healthy varied diet.
However, some common symptoms are:
• Feeling tired or weak all the time
• Feeling sad or irritable
• Severe joint or leg pain
• Swollen or/and bleeding gums (in extreme cases this can cause teeth to fall out)
• Developing red or blue spots on the skin (usually around the shin area)
• Skin that bruises easily

It is important if you are displaying any of these symptoms to talk to your GP first about the best cause of action you may be advised to take Vitamin C supplements.

If you would like to find out more about scurvy please read here
If you would like more information on please visit the NHS website

What Ingredients are in the supplements?

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)
Bulking Agents (Dicalcium Phosphate; Microcrystalline Cellulose)
Citrus Bioflavonoids (4:1)
Amla (10:1)
Anti-caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate)
Piperine
Flow Agent (Silicon Dioxide)

What is the Nutritional Value?
Per Serving/ 3 Tablets (MG)NRV (%)
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)600-
Citrus Bioflavonoids (4:1)
100100
Amla 10:1
50300
Piperine
5
What Are The Directions For Use?

Take 1-2 capsules, per day with a meal.

Guidance Notice

This product is a food supplement and should be used in conjunction with food as part of a healthy and varied diet and not as a substitute. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of the reach of young children. Consult your GP or Pharmacist before taking supplements. Not recommended for children. Pregnant or lactating women and individuals taking medication should consult a GP before taking food supplements.
Vitamin C supplements are made in accordance with Natural Options accreditations more information can be found here

1 review for Vitamin C

  1. Becky

    I have been taking the Vitamin C supplement after a recommendation from a friend. Having suffered with fatigue throughout these difficult times, these, easy to swallow tablets have certainly made an improvement as to how I feel. These along with other supplements from this company will definitely be in my next purchase from yourselves

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