Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
What Is Ascorbic Acid?
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is an essential vitamin that is well known for its effects on the immune system. Ascorbic acid is naturally sour and is commonly used in candy to add a sour taste. When it is ingested, it goes to work circulating through all of the watery areas of the human body (once it has been absorbed into the intestines, of course). From there, ascorbic acid helps the fortification of collagen while acting as an antioxidant during the trip. It assists in the repair of damaged tissue and in helping maintain healthy levels of collagen. Vitamin C also has a host of other general uses.
The powdered form of this product is a granular powder.
Ascorbic Acid Benefits †
Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) is an essential vitamin and is well known for working well with other enzymes and solutions. It assists the body in building new tissue and helping fortify the immune system. Ascorbic acid helps strengthen collagen, in synthesizing carnitine, and to support a healthy metabolism. It also helps fortify the teeth and bones. Vitamin C is known for its antioxidant properties, and it may support cardiovascular health.
- Fortify the immune system
- Support healthy tissue and cartilage
- Help support healthy metabolism
- Support the joints
- Contribute to healthy bones and teeth
- Protect against free radical damage and signs of aging
- Support cardiovascular health