Vitamic C + Zinc 500 mg
Vitamin c and Zinc have many health benefits, including aiding immunity, reducing the risk of age-related eye diseases and helping wounds heal. Vitamin C also helps the absorption of plant-based iron, while zinc is required for the body to make DNA and for cell division.
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While the human body requires vitamin C
While the human body requires vitamin C to perform many essential functions, it can’t produce it on its own. Thankfully, vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, can be found naturally in abundance in a variety of citrus fruits and even vegetables like broccoli. So, with all of these natural sources and even food being fortified with vitamin C, you may be surprised to know that a study of 16,000 Americans found that 33% are deficient in vitamin C. That is one out of every three people.
Even just moderate vitamin C deficiency can lead to a weakened immune system, fatigue, chronic pain, dry and rough skin, impaired wound healing, weight gain, and heart disease.
Benefits of Vitamin C and zinc 500 mg
Vitamin C and zinc play important roles in nutrition, immune defence and maintenance of health.
Our powerful antioxidant formula may also improve immunity, blood sugar levels, skin, eye and heart health.
Protection Against Colds
Vitamin C may reduce the length and severity of a cold, but it doesn’t appear to prevent colds in most people, according to the National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, part of the National Institutes of Health.
Eye Disease Protection
Zinc and vitamin C may prevent vision loss in older people by delaying the progression of age-related macular degeneration, or AMD.
Vitamin C is needed for the body to form collagen, part of the skin’s connective tissue that plays a vital role in the healing of wounds, such as cuts. Zinc is needed for the formation and maintenance of the skin and mucous membranes. People with skin ulcers are often deficient in zinc.
- Improves Collagen Production
- Powerful Antioxidant
- Enhances Brain Function
- Improves Heart Health