- ESSENTIAL VITAMIN TO FIGHT DISEASE
- NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS FOR PROTECTION
- ADDED BIOFLAVONOIDS & QUERCETIN
- RAPID-DISSOLVING COATED TABLETS
ULTRA CONVENIENT, EASY TO SWALLOW FORMULA
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is vital for the normal functioning of the body. The body does not produce vitamin C on its own, nor does it store it will. That’s why it’s crucial to consume an adequate amount of vitamin C on a daily basis. Vitalabs C-1000 provides ultra convenient fast dissolve capsules packed with 1000mg of vitamin C supported by rose hips, quercetin, rutin, and bioflavonoids to maximize immunity and antioxidant protection.
Vitamin C increases ascorbate levels in lymphocytes, which enhances immunity and your body’s fortification against infection and disease (including cold and flu). As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C neutralizes free radicals to prevent damage to DNA that increases risk of chronic disease, such as heart disease and cancer. Vitamin C even supports strengthened collagen, which improves recovery from exercise as well as skin, joint, and tendon health.
The citrus bioflavonoids in Vitalabs C-1000 work synergistically with vitamin C to support healthy heart function and disease protection. Quercetin, rutin, and rose hips (a natural source of vitamin C) come together in Vitalabs C-1000 to safeguard blood vessels, build an impenetrable immunity, and annihilate free radicals.
Vitalabs C-1000 capsules are easy to swallow and make it extremely convenient to enjoy all the benefits of vitamin C plus added antioxidants on a daily basis or as needed.
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