Complesso Vitamina C 60 Cablets

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Complesso Vitamina C 60 Cablets

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Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is one of the most important water-soluble vitamins for our body, which cannot accumulate inside our body and must be taken with food. The precious vitamin C is absorbed in the intestine and is distributed to the various organs and districts where it will perform its many functions. First of all, its antioxidant Energy, which gives it a protective effect against oxidative stress, free radicals and cellular aging in general, as well as regenerating other antioxidants (such as vitamin E and glutathione).

It is also involved in numerous physiological mechanisms:
  • is a cofactor of many enzymatic reactions involved in the synthesis of collagen, a very important protein in the structure of the various tissues of the body (see skin, bones, ligaments, muscles, vascular tissue ...), of various neurotransmitters, including dopamine and norepinephrine, bile acids, carnitine and steroid hormones;

  • key function in supporting the immune system, in strengthening our natural defenses. Monocytes and neutrophils, cells essential for the immune system, thanks to the high content of vitamin C are "protected" from radical damage, and are able to block the activation of NF-kB (transcription factor responsible for the inflammatory cascade) and migrate to the sites of infection where they will perform their function. On lymphocytes, vitamin C allows their correct differentiation, maturation and functioning

  • plays an important role in the intestinal absorption of "non-heme" (vegetable) iron which is more difficult to assimilate, and intervenes in the synthesis of red blood cells, responsible for the correct oxygenation of the organism;

  • reduces the toxicity of some metals (see nickel, lead, cadmium) and inhibits the synthesis of carcinogenic compounds such as nitrosamines to which we are exposed / introduced;

So it is clear that thanks to its many properties, vitamin C is particularly useful for maintaining the health of the skin, slowing down aging, counteracting excess wrinkles and dryness of the skin, and to protect us from the damage of UV rays, for prevent and support the fight against seasonal ailments and infections, as well as in intervening against iron deficiency anemia and various other disorders related to its deficiency.
Why is it useful to prevent this deficiency if we can introduce it with various foods such as fruit and vegetables? It is well known that this molecule deteriorates easily during the preparation or cooking of food (thermolabile), since it is very sensitive to light, heat and therefore to conservation processes, also bearing in mind the current problem of the increasingly low content of this vitamin in crops, due to various factors such as intensive agriculture, use of pesticides, and pollution.

COMPLESSO VITAMINA C is a new Yamamoto Research supplement based on various forms of Vitamin C and bioflavonoids that enhance its absorption, completely by natural origin, consisting of: PUREWAY-C®, Rosa Canina, Acerola and Rutina.

PUREWAY-C® is an innovative patented vitamin C 100% of natural origin, clinically tested, which combines this vitamin with the same vegetable fatty acids and bioflavonoids of citrus fruit that act as a "carrier" of vitamin C and allow for exceptional stability, promoting maximum intestinal absorption and its vascular distribution. This is completely safe and well tolerated at the gastrointestinal level, the effectiveness of which is exact from the citric bioflavonodes, which act as "co-factors" of vitamin C itself, making it even more effective for the physical well-being of the body.

To confirm the effectiveness of this innovative version of Vitamin C with very high absorption, COMPLEX VITAMIN C takes advantage of the additional support of other natural sources with high bioavailability of this vitamin thanks to acerola and rose hips.


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Nutritional information

60 tablets
Nutrition information
Daily dose: 1 tablet
  Per daily dose (1 tablet)
Vitamin C
969,4 mg
Acerola with vitamin C
of which vitamin C
25 mg
12,5 mg
Rosehip with vitamin C
of which vitamin C
25 mg
17,5 mg
25 mg
*RI = Reference Intake

Ingredients: vitamin C PureWay-C® (L-ascorbic acid, bioflavonoids), bulking agents: cellulose, hydroxy-propyl-cellulose, hydroxy-propyl-methyl-cellulose, dicalcium phosphate; glazing agents: hydroxy-propyl-methyl-cellulose, talc, polyethylene glycol; stabiliser mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids, maize starch; rutin, rose hip with vitamin C [dry extract of rose hip (Rosa canina L. , fruit) titrated into vitamin C, L-ascorbic acid], acerola with vitamin C [dry extract of acerola (Malpighia glabra L., fruit) titrated into vitamin C, L-ascorbic acid], colours: calcium carbonate, iron oxides and hydroxides.

Directions: take 1 tablet a day with water.

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User: 154498 30/01/2022
Miglior prodotto a base di Vitamina C in assoluto!

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