Vitamin C is an essential component of your health and wellness. Unfortunately, your body can’t produce Vitamin C on its own.
Citrics are rich in Vitamin C and should be a part of your diet, but unfortunately only a small percentage of consumed Vitamin C can be absorbed by our bodies. High doses of Vitamin C can cause gastrointestinal discomfort. The best way to combat this issue and maximize the benefits of Vitamin C is through high doses of Vitamin C IV.
- Collagen Production
Vitamin C plays an important role in the production and maintenance of collagen;
collagen is the primary protein found in your connective tissue. In fact, collagen represents about one third of total body protein; Skin, bones, teeth, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels, heart valves and more!.
Oxidation is a normal chemical process that happens in your body. Disruptions in this process through things like stress, alcohol consumption, and smoking, cause highly unstable and damaging molecules to form. These molecules are called “free radicals” and can harm your DNA, leading to health issues like cancer and cholesterol buildup on your blood vessels.
Research shows that Vitamin C acts as an effective antioxidant. Taking high doses of Vitamin C can help prevent this chemical process from happening.
- Immune Booster
You’ve probably heard taking Vitamin C is a great way to combat a cold. It’s true! Vitamin C is one of the best antiviral agents for your body.
- Skin Improvement
Sagging of the skin is caused by weak collagen, and collagen can´t be produced without vitamin C; If you have sun damage or dark spots, vitamin C helps to block the action of the melanocites (the cells that produce melanin and pigment) to improve the skin tone.
Vitamin C helps to counteract sun damage and the oxidants in the skin, this effect can help people achieve a healthier and glowing looking skin.