Bio-home Vitamin C 500 Time Release Tablets

Vitamin C Time Release Tablets help to maintain sufficient vitamin C level and optimal body performance

Bio-home Vitamin C 500 Time Release Tablets

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Vitamin C is the most unstable of all vitamins

Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin. It is very unstable and cannot be stored in our body for a long period of time. Normally, we can obtain vitamin C from citrus fruits and leafy vegetables. However, due to instability, it can easily be destroyed by heat, light and exposure to air. Although vitamin C can be absorbed through diet, it is also excreted in a short period of time.[1-3] Therefore, most vitamin C supplements in the market are unable to provide optimal benefit to us.


Characteristics of Vitamin C Time Release Formula

Vitamin C time release tablets slowly release vitamin C throughout an eight-hour period and help enhance absorption of the vitamin. This supplement is specially formulated to maintain steady level of vitamin C in our blood. It also helps to provide vitamin C to our body constantly throughout the day and protects us against damage by sunlight and pollutants.[1-5]


Why do we need to take Vitamin C Time Release Tablets?

Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) is essential for the formation and maintenance of collagen. It helps to bind connective tissue cells together. Vitamin C also promotes iron movement and absorption, enhances folic acid and body metabolism.[1-7] It strengthens and maintain our bones, teeth and gums as well.[1-7] Vitamin C is an antioxidant which neutralizes free radicals and prevents their oxidative damage. This effect can help to prevent wrinkles and other health problems. [1-5]


Importance of Vitamin C

  • Help to reduce fatigue induced by flu [1-4,6,8]
  • Help to relieve skin, rhino and bronchial allergy caused by susceptible allergens[1-5]
  • Protect and strengthen capillaries and connective tissues, prevent gum bleeding and skin bruise[1-4]
  • Promote healthy bone growth in children, enhance their immune system and learning ability[1-4,8]
  • Involve in collagen synthesis which promote wound healing especially aftercosmetic surgery and burn[1-5,8]
  • Help to reduce iron deficiency anemia, scurvy, gums become swollen, periodontal disease, and bleeding that may occur under the skin (bruises) [1-6]
  • Act as an antioxidant and help to prevent damage from sunlight (UV radiation) and free radical oxidation which may lead to acceleration of the aging process [5]
  • Maintain good appetite and healthy gastrointestinal and digestion system [9]
  • Promote the metabolism of amino acids, such as tyrosine and tryptophan [10]


Recommended daily dose:

For adults and children age of 12 years and up take 1-2 tablets daily or as recommended by physicians.


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