Most of us are not getting the vitamin C dosage we need for good health.
This is because illness, trauma, stress, and injury all use up large quantities of vitamin C in animals, including us humans.
But the main difference between us and other animals is that we’ve lost the ability to make our own vitamin C.
So since our liver cannot make ascorbic acid, we have to get it from our diet. The question then becomes how much of a vitamin C dosage do we need?
In a comparative sense, the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of less than 100 mg for adults promulgated by the government is laughable when you consider that most Vitamin C capsules and liquids on the market today are absorbed at 19-22%!
Our Liposomal Vitamin C is absorbed at a much higher level because the Vitamin C is encapsulated in a fat lipid that literally protects the Vitamin C as it passes through your digestive tract allowing a majority of the Vitamin C to be absorbed into your bloodstream.
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“I have been taking supplements over 40 years, and during that time have taken many different Vitamin C formulations. Your Liposomal Vitamin C is the best that I’ve ever used. 2 teaspoons daily will do what many tablets or capsules cannot do for me, and I have never experienced any stomach or bowel distress. Thanks.”
A more realistic intake of Vitamin C should be between 2,000-6000 mg per day for normal maintenance and more for those seeking to truly derive the maximum benefits of Vitamin C.
The benefits of vitamin C are indeed numerous, but only when our bodies get enough through diet and supplements.
Although it is probably best known for its ability to boost immune system health, this powerful nutrient serves many important functions.
Here are just some of the other health benefits clinically linked to Vitamin C:
- Promotes healing of all body cells
- Essential for building collagen
- Helps prevent cancer and heart disease
- Detoxifies the body
- Supports the good bacteria in your gut
- Kills candida, bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites
- Prevents hardening of the arteries
- Neutralizes harmful environmental and bacterial toxins
- Protects us from pollution and dangerous pesticides
- Destroys free radicals
- Combats stress
- Acts as an antidepressant
- Removes heavy metals like mercury and lead
- Lowers high cholesterol
Yet it is unfortunate that most of us are not getting anywhere near enough of this vitamin to realize these health benefits.
If you have not tried our best-selling Liposomal Vitamin C and desire to attain the great benefits of Vitamin C by increasing your intake, please give it a try – you’ll be glad you did.