Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Primary
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Info
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Ingredients
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Benefits
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Supplement Facts
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Primary
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Info
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Ingredients
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Benefits
Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg 120 capsules Supplement Facts

Nature's Lab Vitamin C 1000mg - 120 capsules

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Key Benefits:
  • Supports Immune System Health*
  • Supports Antioxidant Health*
  • Contains 1,000 mg Vitamin C per Serving
  • Easy-to-Swallow Vegetarian Capsules
  • Non-GMO, Gluten Free
Vitamin C is a key building block in the body. Vitamin C is required for many biological processes, but it is best known for its important role in supporting immune system health.* Vitamin C helps support healthy blood cells to support immune health and also acts as an antioxidant to help cells fight against oxidative stress.* Because this important vitamin isn’t produced or stored by the body, it is important to replenish Vitamin C daily.* Nature’s Lab Vitamin C is a convenient way to help achieve healthy levels of Vitamin C.*


Vitamin C Intake
There are multiple factors that impact the amount of vitamin C needed daily. Age, life stage, lifestyle factors and even chronic diseases can affect absorption of vitamin C, and approximately 30% of adults are deficient in their daily recommended intake.* Those who smoke, for example, need higher intakes of vitamin C due to additional oxidative stress on the body.* For men, the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) is 90 mg, and 75 mg for women.* Since the upper limit is approximately 2,000 mg daily, additional vitamin C can be supplemented to support immune system health.*

Vitamin C Food Sources
There are many fruits and vegetables that provide rich sources of vitamin C. Oranges, orange juice, red bell peppers, strawberries, broccoli, tomatoes, and citrus fruits are major contributors to vitamin C in the typical diet. A medium orange has about 70 mg of vitamin C, for example. However, it may be beneficial to supplement vitamin C for additional health benefits.*

Vitamin C and Immune Health
Vitamin C is an essential vitamin, or one that cannot be produced by the body.* Because the need for vitamin C increases under periods of stress, such as fighting off a cold, vitamin C plays an important role in immune health.* Healthy levels of vitamin C support the production of healthy blood cells, healthy antioxidant levels to protect the body from oxidative stress.* Vitamin C also works synergistically with other antioxidants to help protect cells from damage from free radicals.*