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7N Natural Vitamin C 60 caps

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7N Natural Vitamin C strengthen your immunity and resist viruses!

7N Natural Vitamin C is a dietary supplement that provides natural vitamin C. It contains two extracts: rosehip and acerola. They have a high concentration of vitamin C of natural origin with a strong biological effect. Ideal for those using natural supplementation. In addition, the product is encapsulated in a vegan capsule, which favours the use of the supplement by vegans.

7N Natural Vitamin C is:

  • Immune enhancement,
  • Protection against viruses,
  • Powerful antioxidant,
  • Stimulates collagen production.

How does vitamin C work?

First of all, vitamin C has a strong antioxidant effect, which neutralises free radicals. As the body cannot produce vitamin C on its own, it must be obtained from foods rich in this ingredient. The production of collagen, adrenal hormones and folic acid, as well as facilitating the absorption of iron, are processes that require ascorbic acid. It is therefore easy to guess that it is an essential component of the human metabolism.

In addition, vitamin C helps the body to fight infections and protects against the common cold. In combination with vitamin C, rutin improves the body's ability to absorb the vitamin and extends the duration of its benefits by preventing oxidation of the vitamin.

Which vitamin C is better, left-handed or right-handed?

We could find inaccurate information in many different sources, leading us to choose left-handed vitamin C. However, if we are talking about vitamin C, we are referring to L-ascorbic acid. This form of vitamin C has a hydroxyl group on the left-hand side of the molecular structure; hence it has been given the designation 'L' and is incorrectly referred to as left-handed vitamin C. Since L-ascorbic acid rotates the plane of polarised light to the right, we can say that it is the right-handed form of vitamin C. This observation was made possible by the optical activity of the compound. In conclusion, it does not matter which form of vitamin C you choose, as all forms are right-handed, regardless of chemical designation.

What is worth knowing about vitamin C?

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for the body due to its composition, as well as its physical and chemical properties. It is responsible for many bodily functions and is renowned for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. In the presence of vitamin C, the body is able to counteract cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease. It has also been shown, along with vitamin A, vitamin E and selenium, to lower lipid peroxidation rates, a process that contributes to the progression of atherosclerosis.

Vitamin C is an effective antioxidant that defends the body against free radicals, which are the cause of DNA damage. It is for this reason that it has anti-cancer effects; more specifically, it reduces the likelihood of acquiring malignant forms of cancer, especially those that form in the stomach or oesophagus.

Vitamin C plays a role in the production of collagen, a protein that is found in bones, teeth, skin, cartilage, cornea and connective tissue, among others. This involvement in collagen biosynthesis is an extremely important function of vitamin C. The activity of this vitamin makes the conversion of procollagen molecules into collagen viable, so that collagen can be synthesised.

Ingredients 7N Natural Vitamin C 60 caps:

1 serving, 1 capsule:
Wild Rose Fruit Extract - 660 mg - including Vitamin C - 462 mg.
Acerola Fruit Extract - 330 mg - of which Vitamin C - 83 mg

Dosage of 7N Natural Vitamin C 60 caps:

1 capsule daily.

 

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