Buffered Vitamin C
Buffered Vitamin C Powder makes it easier for individuals with a sensitive or compromised digestive system to take a higher amount of vitamin C. It also provides calcium, magnesium, and potassium.
Calcium ascorbate is a buffered Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid). It is a nutritional supplement.
Calcium is reacted with ascorbic acid which reduces the acidic nature of this vitamin C.
Calcium ascorbate generally provides 90-110 mg of calcium and 890-910 mg of ascorbic acid) per 1,000 mg of calcium ascorbate
As a dietary supplement, mix 1/4 teaspoon or more into a glass of juice or water. Take with or without meals, or as directed by a licensed health care professional.
Who might benefit from Buffered Vitamin C?
People who want to boost their immune system*
Those with a sensitive or compromised digestive system*
Those who need support for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels*
Anyone who needs hormonal balancing*
Strengthening the cardiovascular system*
Combating the detrimental effects of exposure to environmental toxins and heavy metals*
Individuals who experience increased stress and its negative effects*
Athletes and those who exercise regularly
Helps reduce inflammation: Vitamin C is an important antioxidant in the body and can protect important molecules, including proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, from damage by free radicals, thereby reducing inflammation.
Supports immune health: Due to its antioxidant properties, vitamin C is known as an important part of a healthy immune system.
Supports brain health: Vitamin C has protective effects on the brain and studies have shown it may even decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Supports healthy skin: Higher intake of vitamin C has been linked to a decreased risk of dry skin.
Helps the body cope with stress: The highest concentration of vitamin C in the body is found in the adrenal glands. In times of increased stress, vitamin C levels can become easily depleted because it is needed for the production of cortisol, our primary stress hormone. This leaves the adrenals with insufficient levels of vitamin C which can contribute to fatigue, low blood sugar, and even increased belly fat.
Helps to keep skin looking healthy and youthful: As an antioxidant, Vitamin C protects the skin from damaging free radicals from environmental factors such as sun damage and pollution. Additionally, vitamin C plays a vital role in the formation of collagen, which helps to keep your skin looking firmer and smoother.
Supports blood flow: Certain lifestyle habits such as smoking and chronic health conditions such as obesity can impair blood flow. Vitamin C, in combination with other antioxidants, can help dilate the blood vessels, thereby enhancing blood circulation.
Helps attenuate muscle soreness: Taking vitamin C prior to exercise may help reduce exercise-induced muscle soreness and oxidative stress.