When we talk about Vitamin C we automatically think of oranges and their intake for cold prevention. However, Vitamin C is much more than that and its positive functions for our body go far beyond what we understand that the small dose that oranges contain can give us.
There are certain factors by which our body requires increasingly large amounts of Vitamin C, such as aging, during which more free radicals are produced, smoking, poor diet, disorders that affect the absorption of nutrients or even the same contamination. It is important to maintain a constant supply of this vitamin since its deficiency can be associated with various inflammatory, degenerative or infectious disorders, weakness, changes in the mucous membranes or body temperature, and even sexual dysfunction or neurological disorders.
100% L-Ascorbic Acid, the most bioavailable form of Vitamin C.
Vitamin C (L-Ascorbic Acid)