Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, useful to super charge immunity during the winter cold season. Abbie said, “I rarely catch a cold because I add UF Vitamin C to my winter regimen. I don’t eat much fruit, so I need to supplement.”
Vitamin C’s primary purpose in the production of collagen, an important protein of connective tissues. The health-promoting effects include better eyesight, improved cardiovascular health, increased capillary strength, improved structure of connective tissues and appearance of skin, and a stronger immune system.
An increased amount of Vitamin C is required for therapeutic effects to help prevent chronic disease, than the amount of Vitamin C required for prevention of scurvy. Observational studies and trials from the Linus Pauling Institute of Oregon State University report on the Vitamin C treatment of heart disease, cancer, cataracts and many more diseases.