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The importance of vitamin C


#1

Capsures, the curcumin/resveratrol supplement, includes 600 mg of vitamin C:

“In fact the powdered berry of Rosa canina is a natural source of C vitamin, important for the good functioning of the immune system and an excellent antioxidant too. The vitamin C fights any kind of infection and facilitates the repair of the connective tissue. The modern living conditions, the high level of air pollution, smoking and passive smoking, increase our need of vitamin C.”

And I was directed to this article on vitamin C and hair:


#2

» Capsures, the curcumin/resveratrol supplement, includes 600 mg of vitamin
» C:
»
» “In fact the powdered berry of Rosa canina is a natural source of C
» vitamin, important for the good functioning of the immune system and an
» excellent antioxidant too. The vitamin C fights any kind of infection and
» facilitates the repair of the connective tissue. The modern living
» conditions, the high level of air pollution, smoking and passive smoking,
» increase our need of vitamin C.”
»
» And I was directed to this article on vitamin C and hair:
»
» http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19416266

My standard multi vitamin has 500mg of vitamin C


#3

Here are some health benefits of vitamin C.Vitamin C is important in the formation of collagen, an essential substance for the whole body. Abnormal functioning of collagen can produce; Aging, Muscular Pain, Gout, Rheumatic Fever, Rheumatoid arthritis, Colitis, and Inflammation of the Blood vessels. This condition can be stop if collagen has the ability to regenerate itself quickly. The only way that can happen is through a large intake of Vitamin C.

Vitamins C are also good in the treatment of Urinary tract infection, and Respiratory system like Asthma, Bronchitis, and Chest Colds. It helps dryness of the mucous membrane in the lungs. There is a study that Vitamin C deficiency increases risk of lung cancer.Various sources of vitamin C includes oranges, green peppers, watermelon, papaya, grapefruit, cantaloupe, strawberries, kiwi, mango, broccoli, tomatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, and citrus juices or juices fortified with Vitamin C. Raw and cooked leafy greens (turnip greens, spinach), red and green peppers, canned and fresh tomatoes, potatoes, winter squash, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries and pineapple etc.