Sunlife Vitamin C 1000mg Time Release Tablets

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

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Sunlife Vitamin C 1000mg Time Release Tablets

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Description

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 on the market are unable to provide optimal benefit to us.

Characteristics of Vitamin C time release formula

Vitamin C time release tablets slowly releases vitamin C throughout an eight hours period and help enhancing 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 during the day and protect us against damage by sunlight and pollutants.[1- 5]

Why do we need to take Vitamin C time release tablets?

Vitamin C 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, fat and lipids metabolism, strengthens our bones and teeth, and keeps the capillaries and blood vessels healthy.[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]

Efficacy of Vitamin C with Vitamin P

Vitamin P (bioflavonoid) can be extracted from citrus fruits and added to this formulation. It synergistically enhances the effect of vitamin C and protects us against free radical damage caused by smoking and pollution. This formulation helps to boost our immune system and slow down the aging process.[8]

Importance of Vitamin C

  • Help to reduce fatigue induced by flu[1-4,6,9]
  • Help to control 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[1-4,9]
  • Involve in collagen synthesis which promote wound healing especially aftercosmetic surgery and burn[1-5,9]
  • 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 [10]
  • Promote the metabolism of tyrosine and tryptophan in amino acids [11]

Recommended daily dose:

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

References:

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  3. Scientific Abstracts: Comprehensive Nutrient Review: Vitamin C Overview. Life Extension. Available at: http://www.lef.org/abstracts/codex/vitamin_c_index.htm.
  4. Padayatty SJ, Katz A, Levine M et al. Vitamin C as an antioxidant: evaluation of its role in disease prevention. J Am Coll Nutr. 2003;22(1):18-35.
  5. Poljšak B, Dahmane R. Free radicals and extrinsic skin aging. Dermatol Res Pract. 2012;2012:135206.
  6. Cook JD, Monsen ER. Vitamin C, the common cold, and iron absorption. Am J Clin Nutr. 1977;30:235-41.
  7. Waters AH, Mollin DL. Studies on the folic acid activity of human serum. J Clin Pathol. 1961;14:335-44.
  8. Middleton E Jr, Kandaswami C, Theoharides TC. The effects of plant flavonoids on mammalian cells: implications for inflammation, heart disease, and cancer. Pharmacol Rev. 2000;52(4):673-5.
  9. Ely JT. Ascorbic acid role in containment of the world avian flu pandemic. Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2007;232(7):847-851.
  10. Perales S, Barberá R, Lagarda MJ, Farré R. Antioxidant capacity of infant fruit beverages: influence of storage and in vitro gastrointestinal digestion. Nutr Hosp. 2008;23(6):547-553.
  11. Stone KJ, Townsley BH. The effect of l-ascorbate on catecholamine biosynthesis (Short Communication). Biochem J. 1973;131(3): 611-613.