Vitamin C

Vitamin C

Vitamin C Ingredients:

One bottle of Vitamin C contains ninety 800mg capsules, and is highly absorbable. Each capsule contains a Proprietary formula containing:

  • Calcium Ascorbate
  • Bioflavinoids
  • Alfafa
  • Parsley
  • Rutin 
  • Hesperidin
  • Kosher bovine gelatin capsules (Find out why gel capsules)

Vitamin C

A need to Boost your Vitamin-C intake while on Defense

Whenever we do anything that results in a net increase over normal of the Motile White Blood Cells, their creation uses up available Vitamin C stores. If you are not getting adequate Vitamin C to begin with, this can present a problem. 

Defense does nothing to the body’s ability to utilize Vitamin C, and it does not decrease the amount of Vitamin C uptake from your food. Therefore, it does not cause a Vitamin deficit. The increased activity of your Immune System will readily use Vitamin C stores, however, so it is a good idea to take more than you normally do. This means actually taking Vitamin C where you were not in the first place, because it is a verity that we are not getting enough in the American Diet anymore. Even those who eat a better version of the American Diet find that they do not get enough Vitamin content. 

Only one capsule of our Vitamin C needs to be taken with every two capsules of Defense.

Why do we need Vitamin C?

Vitamin C is vital for tissue growth and repair, the formation of teeth and bones, wound healing, and resistance to infections. Vitamin C plays a part in almost all aspects of our health and well-being. This powerful vitamin also contributes to the production of stress hormones and the neurotransmitter serotonin which enhances your mood. Vitamin C may help prevent arteriosclerosis by combating abnormal blood clotting, high blood pressure and plaque buildup leading to hardening of the arteries. Because Vitamin C is an antioxidant which battles damage-causing free radicals, it may also help to prevent cancer. Recently, scientific evidence has indicated that the vitamin works along with vitamin E in this role. The synergism of the two vitamins produces a greater effect than either vitamin can produce on its own.

As an antioxidant, Vitamin C scavenges free radicals in the body and protects tissues from oxidative stress. It promotes the absorption of iron, while preventing its oxidation and is a vital co-factor to the formation of collagen, the connective tissue that supports arterial walls, skin, bones, and teeth. More Vitamin C is contained in the adrenal glands than any other organ in the body and is required at higher levels during times of stress. Physical stresses on the body such as ingestion of heavy metals, cigarette smoking, infections, extreme temperatures, and chronic use of certain medications such as aspirin also signal the need for increased intake of Vitamin C.

How much Vitamin C do we need?

Vitamin C is a “water soluble” vitamin which means that it “washes out” of the body every day. Yesterday”s excess Vitamin C is gone today! After 10 to 20 days your Vitamin C is totally gone in the absence of further ingestion. Vitamin C is a major anti-oxidant in the body and needs to be replaced daily. Vitamin C is absorbed by the intestines. The presence of large quantities of sugar either in the intestines or in the blood can slow absorption. Once ingested, Vitamin C is readily absorbed by the intestines and continues through the watery components tissues that make up the human body and is said to uphold the body’s natural equilibrium.

Many people think they are doing very well when they take 500 milligrams, or even 1,000 milligrams of Vitamin C. Vitamin C is so cheap and so beneficial that just about everyone ought to be taking much larger doses. The actual amount of Vitamin C that will be used in the body depends on the health or sickness of the body. The body, in some cases, can absorb as much as 50,000 mg. The minimum daily requirement of Vitamin C was based on keeping a person from getting scurvy and not health.

When there is a sudden demand placed on the body where several thousand milligrams of Vitamin C might be “used up” in just a few hours, you will need to take more. Or, you may go through several very calm days, no stress, and not need more than a small amount of Vitamin C each of those days. Some people believe that when your urine is yellow you are probably excreting an excess of Vitamin C that was taken. This is surely one of the cheapest forms of health insurance ever invented. What you should worry about is when and if your urine is NOT yellow. That might mean that ALL the Vitamin C you are taking got used up and that, perhaps, you should even take MORE!

In body pH, you need to be more alkaline than acidic to maintain good health. If you are acidic, you are more prone to sickness & disease. When you are more alkaline, and eat alkaline foods, your body is more resistant to sickness & disease. So in relation to vitamin C, there are 2 main forms, ie…

Ascorbate = alkaline 
Ascorbic = acidic

When you take an ascorbate form, it makes your body more alkaline, which resists sickness & disease. When you take an acidic form, your body becomes more acidic, which allows sickness & disease. Our Vitamin C is Ascorbate, and therefore is made alkamine and resists sickness and disease.

What makes quality Vitamin C?

The human body cannot manufacture Vitamin C. We need to get it from food and supplements. It is imperative that you take in a good organic food source and High Quality Vitamin C Supplement, each day to sustain the body. The average Vitamin C tablet manufactured today, is a poor supplement, full of fillers such as cellulose, silica, or dextrose. Because of this, they are poorly absorbed into the body. We offer a High Quality Vitamin C that is properly utilized by the body.

Disclaimer: The information contained herein has not been evaluated nor approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, AMA, or any other US Agency. Any dietary changes and /or product(s) mentioned should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult your healthcare professional before making any changes to your health care regimen – particularly if you are taking medication(s), are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, nursing, or if you have any other compromised health condition – before making any dietary changes, using any products mentioned, or applying any information contained herein.