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Getting the Most From Your Vitamin C

Getting the Most From Your Vitamin C

Getting the Most From Your Vitamin C

Vitamin C has long been one of the most popular supplements taken in the UK, renowned for its extensive list of health benefits. Many fruits and vegetables, such as oranges, strawberries, broccoli and potatoes, are a good source of vitamin c, and most people should be able to get an adequate amount from their diet.

However, as it is a water-soluble nutrient and cannot be stored in the body, it’s important to maintain your intake every day. It’s also an essential vitamin, which means that your body is unable to produce vitamin C on its own, which is why so many of us can benefit from a daily supplement.

 

What are the benefits of vitamin C?

A powerful antioxidant, vitamin C supports your body’s natural defences, helping to strengthen your immune system and protect cells from oxidative stress. It also has great benefits for your skin, bones and cartilage by supporting your body’s production of collagen, and can even help with improved wound healing.

Getting enough vitamin C is beneficial to your energy-yielding metabolism and contributes to energy production, helping to reduce any feelings of tiredness or fatigue. With so many benefits, it’s easy to see why it’s a go-to supplement across the UK, but which other vitamins and minerals work well with vitamin C?

 

Vitamin D

Like vitamin C, vitamin D has always ranked highly as one of the most commonly taken supplements, with its popularity steadily increasing year on year. Known as the sunshine vitamin, one of its main roles within the body is to help maintain healthy bones, teeth and muscles.  

Vitamin D also provides support for your immune system, making it a great supplement to combine with vitamin C – our two-in-one Vitamin C + D3 chewable supplement can help you get maximum support for your immunity with just one convenient tablet.

 

Zinc

Zinc is a vital trace mineral – the second most abundant in the body, after iron – and can be found in every single cell, helping to protect cells from oxidative stress and support their growth and development.

It aids several important processes within the body and is essential for the activity of hundreds of enzymes, providing support for the maintenance of your hair, skin and nails and the normal function of your immune system. Combining the two in our Vitamin C + Zinc tablets helps you to get the best out of both nutrients, with added protection against free radicals.

 

Rosehip

Rosehip has a high vitamin C content, and has traditionally been recognised as a herbal alternative to medicinal antioxidants. It also contains vitamins A and E, as well as high levels of polyphenols (plant compounds with beneficial antioxidant properties).

Our Vitamin C + Rosehip Extract also contains bioflavonoids, which are another group of compounds – most commonly found in citrus fruits, blackcurrants and rosehip – that further enhance the antioxidant benefits of vitamin C.

 

Iron

Iron is an essential mineral which is needed to make haemoglobin, ensuring normal formation of your red blood cells and supporting the transportation of oxygen around the body.

Research has shown that vitamin C increases the absorption of non-haem iron. Each Iron & Vitamin C tablet provides you with 100% of your daily recommended iron intake, with 250mg vitamin C, with both nutrients working together to help support your immune system and reduce feelings of tiredness and fatigue.

 

Maintaining good levels of vitamin C is important for your overall wellbeing, and with added support from these other vitamins and minerals, you can make sure you’re getting the most out of your supplements.

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