Ascorbic Acid

#1
Vitamin C is a very helpful supplement when you're in a diet, it's a powerful antioxidant that promotes healthy and radiant skin, bone growth, maintains blood vessels, and it also helps strengthen the immune system.
 
#3
I agree, Vitamin C also helps our body to absorb nutrients from the food we eat. Giving us protection by keeping our immune system a boost in protection.
 
#4
Vitamin C is one vitamin the I have been taking for so many years. I started out with 30 mg increased to a 100 and 250 and 500. But nowadays I take the sodium ascorbate non-acidic ascorbic which relatively more expensive than the usual vitamin c. There are many health benefit of Vitamin C and not many side effects.
 
#5
My issue with vitamin C is that I develop loose bowel movement when I am fatigued and then I drink a lot of orange juice. After riding my bike and drinking 2 glasses of orange juice, the tendency is for me to go to the toilet within one hour. But the symptom dies down when the toxin all goes out, that’s how I think of it. But I guess vitamin C is good for our body’s immunity particularly against common ailments like flu and colds.
 
#6
I personally taking ascorbic acid because I have a weak immune system. I am prone in having coughs and colds. I am having my allergy when I am exposed in a cold area.
 
#7
Among the benefits that you included, there’s one more incredibly important one, and that is improved mental health and stability. Vitamin C is known to be an important factor when it comes to mental well-being.

A neighbor of mine has mental stability issues, and his doctor recommended he start taking extremely concentrated doses of vitamin C. Unfortunately, he has to experience the digestive issues that come with high doses of vitamin C, but at the same time his parents told me that he has been much more stable since taking the supplement.

Not to mention that it’s recommended for people with sleep issues as well. It’s an incredibly important vitamin.
 
#8
Vitamin C is essential to our health. It promotes healing and helps in cell growth and repair. It boosts our immune system that's why we need to consume it every day. Personally, I prefer taking natural Vitamin C because this is safer and of course, we're sure that it's healthier than supplements. I always get Vitamin C from fruits and vegetables.
 
#9
I take around 5000 mg of Vitamin C between last thing during the evening and before anything else in the morning as Sodium Ascorbate. This is a bufferred type of Ascorbic Acid which fills in as a wellspring of sodium for me. I don't quantify glucose levels yet I find that vitamin C as a general rule builds my ketosis levels, estimated by breath CH3)2CO utilizing a meter, particularly if my ketosis levels are low.
 
#10
Even if I don't get to take Vitamin C supplements, I don't miss out eating lots of fruits in order to compensate for the vitamins that my body might be lacking and needs desperately which helps to keep my healthy.
 
#11
Yes I agree. I only know about that when I go to the hospital this past few days. I got some injury and the doctor give me medicine with ascorbic acid. The doctor said it helps our body boost immune system and help us have good skin.
 
#12
When I can, I try to take atleast 200mgs for the benefits that have been outlined in the post and replies. However I would also advice caution since the ascorbic acid should not be taken excessively. When you diarrhoea it is probably a sign that you have been consuming too much of the vitamin c supplement.
 
#13
Ascorbic acid can help us boost our immune system. Most of ascorbic acid gives us vitamin C. Based on my personal experience, ascorbic acid helps me to avoid and prevent from diseases like cough, colds and other minor illness. Since it boost our immune system, we are more protected from diseases that we can acquire from our environment. On the other hand, there are also alternatives for vitamin C like citrus fruits such as oranges, lemon and the like.
 
#14
I agree. Vitamin C is really great in making our body healthy. It makes our skin glow and radiantly glowing. I often eat citrus fruits in order to maintain vitamin C in my body enough to supply nutrients to my body. It also helps us to flush away toxins from our body.
 
#15
Your definitely right. Personally, I took multivintamins always because my immute system is not that strong. Especially when I did start Omad. I fell sick and have colds mosts of the time. I'm like this since I was young.
 
#16
I agree, Vitamin C also helps our body to absorb nutrients from the food we eat. Giving us protection by keeping our immune system a boost in protection.
you can never go wrong by having fruits in your diet. mangoes, berries and the pineapple are some of the fruits that I ensure never lack in my diet from time to time to boost my ascobic acid content in the body and this strategy rarely fails me.
 
#17
Your definitely right. Personally, I took multivintamins always because my immute system is not that strong. Especially when I did start Omad. I fell sick and have colds mosts of the time. I'm like this since I was young.
Have you checked if there is any kind of medical treatment that can be used to upgrade your immune system? I read something about bone marrow transplant but I'm not sure if it's as easy as it's discussed.
 
#18
Vitamin C is a very helpful supplement when you're in a diet, it's a powerful antioxidant that promotes healthy and radiant skin, bone growth, maintains blood vessels, and it also helps strengthen the immune system.
True and I prefer to take this the natural way. Fresh fruits is a good source of vitamin c. Calamansi and orange are my favorite source. Both of them are affordable.
 
#19
True and I prefer to take this the natural way. Fresh fruits is a good source of vitamin c. Calamansi and orange are my favorite source. Both of them are affordable.
This is exactly the same way I feel about fruits consumption. There is a farmer's market very close to where I live, I always make sure to go there every morning and pick out fresh fruits I eat daily. They are good vitamins inducer to one's body.
 
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