The properties of Vitamin C in supplements
|TBS Ingredient ID (TBSI ID):||IS2D5190|
|L-Ascorbic Acid, L(+)-Ascorbic Acid,|
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Supports the body in the production of collagen to ensure the proper functioning of veins, arteries and small blood vessels. Like all 8 B vitamins, vitamin C aids in protein metabolism. This means it not only provides your body with necessary proteins, but does so while blocking the synthesis of proteins known to cause infection and inflammation. That means if you go to the gym often, vitamin C can make it easier for you to recover after training.A study revealed that those with adequate vitamin C intake oxidize 30% more fat during exercise than those with low vitamin C, meaning people without enough vitamin C may find it harder to lose body fat.
Vitamin C – plays an essential role skin regeneration. Studies have confirmed that vitamin C can reduce irritation and redness associated with acne scars and acne. It also rebuilds damaged collagen, which is responsible for skin elasticity.
Vitamin C supports the body in the production of collagen to ensure the proper functioning of veins, arteries and small blood vessels.