Vitamin C Nutramedix capsules 120 pieces

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Vitamin C is a vital vitamin, without which many body functions would not be possible. As a powerful antioxidant, it plays a crucial role in connection with the immune system.

  • Vitamin C from sorbitol 1000 mg per capsule
  • Other ingredients: Vegetarian capsule shell, magnesium stearate from plant sources
  • Free from gluten, sugar and dairy ingredients
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Why Vitamin C Nutramedix capsules 120 pieces

Vitamin C: A real blessing for your health. Its benefits are innumerable as, as a vital vitamin, it fulfills numerous tasks in the body. Without vitamin C, the body could not survive. What many people don't know, however, is that vitamin C is particularly sensitive to heat and dies at temperatures above 40 degrees. Unfortunately, most prepared dishes contain only a little of the valuable vitamin. It is therefore worth considering supplementation to adequately cover your daily needs - with NutraMedix vitamin C capsules.

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Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is one of the most important vitamins and is involved in over 150 metabolic processes. As early as the 18th century, the ship's doctor James Lind recognized its importance in connection with the vitamin deficiency disease "scurvy", from which numerous sailors suffered. However, by taking citrus fruits (which have a high vitamin C content), improvements were quickly seen - this is how the name “ascorbic acid” came about. Nowadays, the importance of vitamin C itself has been proven by numerous scientific studies.

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We try to answer all your questions with the best of our conscience. If you have any further questions, you can contact us at any time.

Can you premix NutraMedix drops?

All drop preparations can be mixed together in the same glass of water. The mixture can be stored in the refrigerator for several days before consumption.

How many drops are in a bottle?

Each 30 ml bottle of our liquid products contains around 600 drops, correspondingly each 60 ml bottle contains around 1200 drops and each 120 ml bottle contains around 2400 drops. This way you can easily calculate how many days a product will last.

How high is our bioavailability?

When we say that our products have high bioavailability, we mean that all of our products are designed to be easily absorbed by the body at a cellular level. That's why we offer many of our products in liquid form.

My child takes NutraMedix products. Is the dosage different?

The recommended dose of NutraMedix products is intended for an average-sized adult weighing 60 - 85 kg. For children, a guideline value of 1/4 of the specified dose per 15 kg of body weight may apply.

Are there scientific studies and sources on the ingredients?

The sources listed serve to provide information regarding the ingredients of this product. They do not claim to be complete or exclusive.

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6 Van Guilder, GP, Hoetzer, GL, Greiner, JJ, Stauffer, BL, & DeSouza, CA (2008). Acute and chronic effects of vitamin C on endothelial fibrinolytic function in overweight and obese adult humans. The Journal of physiology, 586(14), 3525-3535.

7 Johnston, CS, Barkyoumb, GM, & Schumacher, SS (2014). Vitamin C supplementation slightly improves physical activity levels and reduces cold incidence in men with marginal vitamin C status: a randomized controlled trial. Nutrients, 6(7), 2572-2583.

8 van Heeswijk, RP, Cooper, CL, Foster, BC, Chauhan, BM, Shirazi, F., Seguin, I., Phillips, EJ, & Mills, E. (2005). Effect of high-dose vitamin C on hepatic cytochrome P450 3A4 activity. Pharmacotherapy, 25(12), 1725-1728.

9 Lynch, S. R., & Cook, J. D. (1980). Interaction of vitamin C and iron. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 355, 32-44.

10 Jacob, R. A., & Sotoudeh, G. (2002). Vitamin C function and status in chronic diseases. Nutrition in clinical care: an official publication of Tufts University, 5(2), 66–74.

11 Carr, A. C., & Maggini, S. (2017). Vitamin C and Immune Function. Nutrients, 9(11), 1211.

12 Ran, L., Zhao, W., Wang, J., Wang, H., Zhao, Y., Tseng, Y., & Bu, H. (2018). Extra Dose of Vitamin C Based on a Daily Supplementation Shortens the Common Cold: A Meta-Analysis of 9 Randomized Controlled Trials. BioMed research international, 2018, 1837634.

13 Sasazuki, S., Sasaki, S., Tsubono, Y., Okubo, S., Hayashi, M., & Tsugane, S. (2006). Effect of vitamin C on common cold: randomized controlled trial. European journal of clinical nutrition, 60(1), 9–17.

14 Anderson, TW, Reid, DB, & Beaton, GH (1972). Vitamin C and the common cold: a double-blind trial. Canadian Medical Association journal, 107(6), 503-508.

15 Delafuente, JC, Prendergast, JM, & Modigh, A. (1986). Immunologic modulation by vitamin C in the elderly. International journal of immunopharmacology, 8(2), 205-211.

16 Kennes, B., Dumont, I., Brohee, D., Hubert, C., & Neve, P. (1983). Effect of vitamin C supplements on cell-mediated immunity in old people. Gerontology, 29(5), 305-310.

17 Starke, J., Schneider, H., Alteheld, B., Stehle, P., & Meier, R. (2011). Short-term individual nutritional care as part of routine clinical setting improves outcome and quality of life in malnourished medical patients. Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh, Scotland), 30(2), 194–201.

18 Li, Y., & Schellhorn, HE (2007). New developments and novel therapeutic perspectives for vitamin C. The Journal of nutrition, 137(10), 2171–2184.

19 Wintergerst, ES, Maggini, S., & Hornig, DH (2006). Immune-enhancing role of vitamin C and zinc and effect on clinical conditions. Annals of nutrition & metabolism, 50(2), 85-94.

20 Hornig, B., Arakawa, N., Kohler, C., & Drexler, H. (1998). Vitamin C improves endothelial function of conduit arteries in patients with chronic heart failure. Circulation, 97(4), 363-368. 21 Juraschek, SP, Guallar, E., Appel, LJ, & Miller, ER, 3rd (2012). Effects of vitamin C supplementation on blood pressure: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 95(5), 1079-1088.

22 McRae MP (2008). Vitamin C supplementation lowers serum low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides: a meta-analysis of 13 randomized controlled trials. Journal of chiropractic medicine, 7(2), 48-58.

23 Hemilä, H., & Suonsyrjä, T. (2017). Vitamin C for preventing atrial fibrillation in high risk patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC cardiovascular disorders, 17(1), 49.

24 Hathcock, JN, Azzi, A., Blumberg, J., Bray, T., Dickinson, A., Frei, B., Jialal, I., Johnston, CS, Kelly, FJ, Kraemer, K., Packer, L., Parthasarathy, S., Sies, H., & Traber, MG (2005). Vitamins E and C are safe across a broad range of intakes. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 81(4), 736-745.

25 Lee, DH, Folsom, AR, Harnack, L., Halliwell, B., & Jacobs, DR, Jr (2004). Does supplemental vitamin C increase cardiovascular disease risk in women with diabetes?. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 80(5), 1194-1200.

26 Dwyer, JH, Merz, NB, Shirocre, AM, Nordstrom, CK, & Dwyer, KM (2001). Progression of early atherosclerosis and intake of vitamin C and vitamin E from supplements and food. The Los Angeles Atherosclerosis Study. 41st Annual Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention - Abstract P77. Circulation, 103, 1365d.

27 Taylor, EN, Stampfer, MJ, & Curhan, GC (2004). Dietary factors and the risk of incident kidney stones in men: new insights after 14 years of follow-up. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology: JASN, 15(12), 3225–3232.

28 Domingo, JL, Gomez, M., Llobet, JM, & Richart, C. (1991). Effect of ascorbic acid on gastrointestinal aluminum absorption. Lancet (London, England), 338(8780), 1467.

29 Skelin, M., Lucijanić, T., Amidžić Klarić, D., Rešić, A., Bakula, M., Liberati-Čizmek, AM, Gharib, H., & Rahelić, D. (2017). Factors Affecting Gastrointestinal Absorption of Levothyroxine: A Review. Clinical therapeutics, 39(2), 378–403.

30 Labriola, D., & Livingston, R. (1999). Possible interactions between dietary antioxidants and chemotherapy. Oncology (Williston Park, NY), 13(7), 1003-1012.

31 Slain, D., Amsden, JR, Khakoo, RA, Fisher, MA, Lalka, D., & Hobbs, GR (2005). Effect of high-dose vitamin C on the steady-state pharmacokinetics of the protease inhibitor indinavir in healthy volunteers. Pharmacotherapy, 25(2), 165-170.

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Important information about the product description (disclaimer)

This product and its description do not replace a visit to the doctor and do not represent a promise of healing, but rather serve to provide information. The statements made are based on traditional traditions and experience and have not been proven by scientific studies. If you have serious or unclear symptoms, please seek medical advice.