What is Vitamin C?
We all know that vitamin C is good for our health; it’s been taught to us since we were kids. It’s an essential vitamin, claimed to improve wound healing, promote healthy skin, bones, cartilage and blood vessels, as well as protect cells. But with the daily recommended dose to meet your everyday needs being nine servings of fruits and vegetables, it can be hard for many of us to find the time to consume all that. Therefore, you might choose to complement through supplement.
What does Vitamin C do?
Our Immuno complex capsules with vitamin C and magnesium are designed to ensure you your daily dose of vitamin C. Just one capsule contains 585 mg of vitamin C, effortlessly meeting the recommended dose. It will help your body cope with a stress-weakened immune system, as well as help repair and develop bodily tissue by the formation of collagen, and through that improve the body’s ability to heal itself and keep itself youthful. While vitamin C is not a cure for colds, contrary to previously belief, it does however show some promise in being able to prevent the illness from taking a more serious turn into pneumonia and other serious diseases.
Vitamin C side effects
There is no need to worry about taking too much vitamin C, because as a water soluble vitamin, the body will flush out what it doesn’t need through your urine. That being said, there’s no need to pee away your money, so we still recommend that you do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
The Ingredients of Immuno Complex + Vitamin C & Magnesium
Magnesium Ascorbate is a so called mineral ascorbate, made from combining the two ingredients magnesium and ascorbic acid (vitamin C). This combination makes it a non-acidic (buffered) form of vitamin C, which is perfect for people with gastric irritation from being acid-sensitive. It has a high bioavailability, and will give you not only the benefits of vitamin C, but those of magnesium as well.
What is Magnesium good for?
Magnesium is a mineral found in many foods, such as legumes, meat, fish, and leafy greens. It plays a key role in the body when it comes to the production of protein, the conversion of calcium, and for muscle and nerves to function normally. Athletes take it after workouts to help their muscles relax and recover, and women experiencing menstrual pains may take it to relieve the symptoms. Deficiency in magnesium can cause behavioral and heart issues, and muscle cramps. A surplus of magnesium may cause diarrhea.
1-3 Capsules per day
The recommended daily dosage should not be exceeded.
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.
Nutritional supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. It is not intended for the prevention, treatment or cure of diseases.