Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant and important for keeping your cells healthy.
Our Liposomal Vitamin C contributes to your concentration and mental resilience.
Furthermore it supports a clear mind and a good mood throughout the day!
Vitamin C is probably the most well-known vitamin. It is involved in many biological processes in our body.
The antioxidant function of vitamin C is important, among other things, for maintaining healthy cells and tissues.
What vitamin C is not known for is its contribution to numerous psychological functions,
like concentration, mental resilience, clear mind, ability to learn, good for mood and mental energy.
Vitamin C is involved in many different, important, known and also less known processes.
Vitamin C contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and supports the body's defences.
It provides extra resistance during physical exertion*, during and after training/sports performance* and in a cold environment*.
Vitamin C is also an antioxidant and contributes to the protection of cells against oxidative damage (influences of (air) pollution
and sunlight) and helps to capture free radicals in (body) cells. Vitamin C also acts as an antioxidant
for vitamin E and restores it to an active/working form.
Vitamin C contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism, helping to release energy from food
(fat, carbohydrates and protein) and playing a role in the activity of certain enzymes involved in energy metabolism.
Vitamin C contributes to the reduction of fatigue and tiredness and may help reduce lack of energy.
Less well known may be the contribution of vitamin C to normal psychological function, such as mental exertion and mental energy.
Vitamin C is good for mood and memory. It also contributes to (brain and nerve) functions involved in concentration, learning and reasoning.
Vitamin C plays an important role in the functioning of nerves and is important for the nervous system.
Vitamin C promotes the absorption of iron from meals/food. For example, it may make sense to take a glass of water with
a scoop of Vitamin C Powder with the evening meal.
The contribution of vitamin C to normal collagen formation is well known. Scurvy is a disease resulting from a prolonged
lack of vitamin C, as was common on sailing ships in earlier centuries.
Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of blood vessels, cartilage, bones, skin, teeth and gums.
*The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 200 mg in addition to the recommended daily intake of vitamin C.
The body recognizes liposomal products as its own material, so the absorption rate is over 95%.
The unique dry liposomal form is superior to the common liquid liposomal products which makes the absorption rate even higher.
Contains 23 high-quality vitamins and minerals in optimal dosages.
DNA support, cell protection. Contributes to normal DNA synthesis, cell protection and the process of cell renewal.
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