High Dose Vitamin C
Choose from 6.25g up to 25g of High Dose Vitamin C for maximum antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, alongside major skin benefits.
- 6.25g Vitamin C – £125
- 12.5g Vitamin C – £150
- 25g Vitamin C – £225
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
- Maintaining normal function of the immune system during and after intense physical exercise
- Normal collagen formation for the normal function of: blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums, skin, and teeth.
- Normal energy-yielding metabolism
- Normal functioning of the nervous system
- Normal psychological function
- Normal function of the immune system
- Protection of cells from oxidative stress
- Reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E
- Increased iron absorption
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What does Vitamin C do?
Signs that you may not be getting enough Vitamin C include: fatigue and weakness, dry skin and hair, irritability, slow wound healing, getting ill frequently, bruising easily, bleeding gums and anaemia.
What does Vitamin A do?
– Normal iron metabolism
– Maintenance of normal skin and mucous membranes
– Maintenance of normal vision
– Normal function of the immune system
– The process of cell specialisation/differentiation
Good dietary sources of Vitamin A include cheese, eggs, oily fish, liver, milk and yoghurt.
What is Vitamin C?
How do I support my immune system?
– Eat a healthy and balanced diet to help prevent Vitamin deficiencies, which can negatively impact normal immune function. Many micronutrients contribute to your immune health, including Vitamin C, Selenium, Amino Acids, Zinc, Vitamin D, and B Vitamins: which is why it is important to eat a varied diet and take supplements if needed, in order to maintain optimal levels of these Vitamins and minerals.
– Take care of your gut health
– Avoid excessive alcohol consumption and smoke inhalation
– Practice good hygiene habits, such as proper hand washing
– Exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight
– Get enough good quality sleep
– Minimise stress in your daily life
– Make sure to go to your GP for regular check-ups, and to seek their attention if you don’t feel like your usual self
Look after your immune system and it will look after you!