Package contents: 500g powder
Vitamin C has powerful antioxidant activity, neutralising free radicals and protecting against oxidative damage, and is needed for a for healthy immune function and to support the body’s defences against infection.
Vitamin C plays an important role in the formation of collagen needed for skin, bones, cartilage, and muscles as well as helping maintain cardiovascular health. Can also help reduce the bad fats and improve the health of the blood. Recent research suggests that vitamin C also behaves as an essential catalyst.
Vitamin C is made by almost every mammal except humans. Because it is water soluble, it cannot be stored in the body long-term, therefore it is important to maintain regular intake.
Supplementation of vitamin C is especially important during illness and stressful situations when vitamin C is required in large amounts and is quickly depleted.
Large amounts of Vitamin C taken daily are now being used very effectively to combat viruses and several new Clinical Trials are due to be completed soon.
Our powder Vitamin C is non-GMO.
NB Taking large amounts of Vitamin C can sometimes cause Diarrhoea – if this happens, cut back the amount taken daily and build up to the 5g per day slowly.
Zinc is an essential mineral found in every cell of the body. It is a component of over 300 enzymes and involved in thousands of reactions in the body. It is required for the senses to perceive both taste and smell. Reduced perception of these senses is associated with zinc deficiency.
Zinc also has a role in…
Vitamin D is needed by most adults and children to control the levels of calcium and phosphate in the human body. These nutrients (calcium and phosphates) are important to keep your bones, muscles and teeth strong and healthy. Not enough vitamin D can lead to bone deformities for children, and pains in your bones as you get older.
During late spring and summer, most adults and children should be able to obtain enough vitamin D…
The combination of vitamins D3 and K2 with magnesium increases the calcium intake in the bones, contributes to normal energy management and has a positive influence on the functioning of the nervous system.
Vitamin D3 helps with regular absorption of calcium from food and a normal blood calcium level. It also aids the process of cell renewal and supports the body’s immune system. Vitamin K2 ensures that calcium gets to where it needs to be in the bones. This process is reinforced by the presence of Magnesium, which is used in bone growth and to keep bones and…