Is Vitamin C really good for you?

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Can you "C" the difference?  Squeezing the most out of it  Anti Aging Beauty Secret 

Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant, fighting free radicals that can cause inflammation and cellular damage. Vitamin C can reduce the risk of chronic diseases like high blood pressure and macular degeneration. Antioxidants also have many beauty benefits that help to protect the skin and prevent signs of aging. It also helps our body use other important antioxidants like vitamin E more efficiently, boosting the impact of all of these beneficial nutrients.

Vitamin C is also necessary for the growth and repair of all bodily tissues. It keeps teeth and bones strong and aids in repairing tissue and healing wounds. Vitamin C is a necessary precursor to collagen, the protein that keeps our bodies strong and our skin tight, plump and smooth. As we age, we naturally produce less collagen, allowing wrinkles and sagging skin to appear. Vitamin C encourages more collagen production, keeping skin looking younger, longer. 

The body cannot produce vitamin C on its own, so we must get it through a clean, healthy diet. The best food sources are fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. Some foods high in vitamin C are citrus fruits like orange and grapefruit, pomegranates, tropical fruits like mango, papaya, and pineapple, and vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. Include some of these foods or other high-vitamin C foods in your diet each day to support healthy levels of vitamin C and natural collagen.

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Vitamin C is a necessary part of natural collagen production. Collagen is an anti-aging superstar: it keeps skin tight, full, plump, and without wrinkles. After about age 25, natural collagen production decreases approximately 1% each year, resulting in loose, sagging skin, fine lines and wrinkles over time. Eating a diet with plenty of vitamin C foods and including a supplemental form of vitamin C will encourage natural collagen production, which is the first line of defense in preventing collagen loss. But you can double your efforts by also including a collagen hydrolyses supplement. 


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