Vitamin C

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

Learn everything you need to know about vitamin C and its role in the body.

what is vitamin c good for?

- essential nutrient for life

- protects the bogy by destroying the radicals in its fluids

- increases resistance to infection and maintains the number of white blood cells

- helps treat colds and flu

- plays a role in the metabolism of glucose, collagen, folic acid and some amino acids

- participates in the absorption of iron in the body

- strengthens teeth and bones

- proper functioning of organs

- antiallergic activity

- prevents fat storage in the liver

- reduces convalescence periods

- increases life span



Diseases and conditions in which vitamin C is indicated:


- acute febrile infectious diseases

- colds and flu

- anemia, calcium deficiency and anorexia

- fatigue, asthenia

- inadaptation of the body to cold

- burns

- allergies

- vaginal bleeding and nosebleeds

- stress

- cellulite

- proper functioning of sex glands

- diarrhea, digestive disorders

- respiratory disorders, pneumonia

- heart failure

- deficiency in maintaining pregnancy and providing breastfeeding

- cirrhosis



What foods contain vitamin C?


- citrus fruits: lemons, oranges, grapefruit

- hawthorn fruits

- tomatoes, potatoes, Brussels sprout, chili peppers

- blueberries, strawberries

- broccoli, cauliflower, spinach

- kiwi, cranberries, melon

- beef, pork, lamb and chicken liver


Diseases and conditions associated with the lack of vitamin C:


- fatigue, skin and mucosal bleeding

- swollen joints

- slow growth

- nervous and muscular system disorders

- reduced body resistance to infection

- bone pain

- tachycardia

- accumulation of cholesterol

- scurvy


Causes of vitamin C deficiency:


- stress

- physical effort

- colds and flu




- vitamin C is sensitive to heat


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