||Amount per serving
|Zinc (from Zinc Ascorbate)
|Magnesium (from Magnesium Ascorbate)
|Vitamin C (from Zinc Ascorbate, Magnesium Ascorbate & Ascorbic Acid)
* Percent Daily Reference Intakes (RI) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
† Percent Daily Reference Intakes (RI) not established.
INGREDIENTS: Zinc Ascorbate, Magnesium Ascorbate, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Vegetable Capsule (Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose).
Suitable for vegans
A unique blend of 3 different types of Vitamin C to optimise the many functions of Vitamin C in the body. Triple Vitamin C also provides 15mg of zinc and 30mg of magnesium per serving to work synergistically with the vitamin C.
Boost immune response
Vitamin C interacts with the immune system and studies have shown that Vitamin C can upregulate the immune response, coupled with the added benefit of zinc and magnesium which also help to give the immune system a boost.
Great for collagen production
Who doesn’t need more collagen in the body! Great for skin collagen but also good for joints, ligament, tendons and also bones. Research has shown that intake of a good quality Vitamin C has many outstanding benefits for the skin including: Reducing the occurrence of wrinkles and lessening the wrinkle depth; Firmer looking skin, improved elasticity and less sagging; Enhanced UV resistance and protection against sun damage; Wound healing.
Repair and Regeneration
Vitamin C is involved in the growth and repair of tissue throughout the body. So to ensure that we can repair the damage that is going on all the time to our body we need to ensure adequate amounts of a good quality Vitamin C. Vitamin C is a “must” for wound healing. Repairing a new wound requires Vitamin C and this vitamin also influences the production of scar tissue and new skin. A deficiency can impair wound healing after surgical procedures.
Improves mood and mental health
There is evidence to suggest that low levels of vitamin C increase the likelihood of depression and mood disorders. Research shows that increasing intake has a positive impact on mood. 205 elderly patients took 500mg of Vitamin C daily for 12 months. There were significant changes in mood and cognitive function which both improved compared to a placebo. Controlled trials showed that greater vitamin C intake can elevate mood and lower anxiety in high school male students and young adult males. Triple Vitamin C along with the magnesium content would be an ideal choice to help with mood.
Acts as an antioxidant and fights oxidative damage
Antioxidants help to reduce the damage from inflammation and compounds like free radicals which contribute to oxidative stress which in turn leads to ageing. One study showed that taking Vitamin C decreased the levels of inflammation in athletes taking part in regular intense exercise. Another study concluded that higher blood levels of vitamin C levels are inversely associated with all-cause mortality and the risk of stroke.
Vitamin C increases Calcium absorption, boosts bone health
There is a relationship between vitamin C and calcium. Vitamin C enhances the absorption of calcium in the intestine. One of the benefits of increased absorption is greater bone mass and improved skeletal health. One study shows that postmenopausal women taking calcium alongside high vitamin C have an increased bone mass density.
Helps to mitigate the damage from smoking
Smokers have a higher requirement for Vitamin C. Smoking causes larger amounts of oxidative stress and inflammation, consequently there is a greater need for the antioxidant effects of vitamin C. in smokers more of the vitamin C stores are used up to fight the damage from smoking so there needs to be a good dose of supplemental Vitamin C to fulfil all the many requirements of Vitamin C in the body.
Enhances the absorption of iron from a plant based diet
The iron found in plants has a lower bioavailability approximately 5 – 12%, whereas we absorb a great amount of iron from animal products, approximately 14-18%. However we can absorb more iron from plant based food if we increase the amount of Vitamin C we consume. Consuming vitamin C with a source of plant based iron has the favourable effect of increasing the rate at which we absorb iron.
May help to reduce the risk of Heart Disease
According to epidemiologists who study the occurrences and causes of disease, higher vitamin C levels can reduce the risk of Cardio Vascular Disease and Cardio Vascular mortality. Short term clinical trials and a systematic review of observational studies suggest that higher vitamin C levels reduce systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
May help with macular degeneration and lower the risk of cataracts
Macular degeneration is the leading global cause of vision loss and it affects millions of people. According to the American optometric association 500mg of Vitamin C or higher can slow progression of this condition and help eye health and vision. Numerous studies show that a high intake of Vitamin C may reduce the risk of developing cataracts.
May benefit Cholesterol levels
An adequate intake of Vitamin C can help balance our good and bad cholesterol levels. An analysis of 13 randomised controlled clinical trials found that 4 weeks at 500mg of Vitamin C or higher led to a significant decrease in LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides. Levels of HDL (good) cholesterol stayed the same. Researchers believe that the LDL to HDL ratio is a significant risk factor for CVD. Vitamin C by lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol and with HDL (good) cholesterol staying the same, improves the ratio and therefore our overall profile of cholesterol leading to better heart health.
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