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Vitamin C - What you need to know

In order to live lives that are happy and healthy, we must balance the things we consume. We must also understand and know the effects what we do consume has on our bodies, and the subtle changes that can affect the lives we lead.

The importance of getting the right combination of vitamins into our systems should never be overlooked. Vitamins are an essential nutrient, contributing to hundreds of different processes within the body that we can sometimes take for granted. And one of the most crucial vitamins we need is Vitamin C.

There are a host of different ways to get Vitamin C. One of our specialties is supplements and vitamins here at Evolution Organics, and we will be looking at the differences between different types of supplements and the differences between liposomal, tablets and powder in this blog. 

But first, let us recap exactly why Vitamin C should be on your health radar, and how you can start to benefit from it. 

The Benefits of Vitamin C 

Why is Vitamin C important? Firstly, because it is involved in the production of neurotransmitters, which are crucial to the sending of various messages and information between body parts.

Vitamin C also plays an important role in tissue repair, helping wounds heal and allowing our bodies to repair and return to their best sooner rather than later.

Arguably the biggest role that Vitamin C plays - and one that’s more important now than ever - is it supports immune system function. Our immune system is a phenomenal entity that carries out all manner of tasks and processes to keep our bodies safe and able to function as they do. But a weakened immune system can soon have us feeling poorly, tired and not ourselves at all. 

Other potential benefits of good vitamin C consumption include lowering blood pressure, reduced risk of heart disease, and a lower chance of iron deficiency.

Having the right levels of Vitamin C 

It’s clear that ensuring the right levels of Vitamin C is important to our wellbeing. There are a few ways to get the right amounts of Vitamin C in your system. 

One way is through foods including many fruits and vegetables. Foods that are high in Vitamin C include citrus fruits like oranges, as well as items like chili peppers, blackcurrants, parsley, kale, broccoli, and brussel sprouts to name a few. 

Another way is through dietary supplements. By getting hold of Vitamin C supplements, you can start to take the necessary steps to ensuring you have the right levels in your system. 

The recommended daily allowance for vitamin C is 40mg per day. However many people believe, including Dr. Mercola, believe that higher doses are optimal. Our most popular vitamin c product from Altrient contains 1000mg of bioavailable vitamin C which will definitely provide with all the benefits from this nutrient. 

At Evolution Organics, we have a vast range of Vitamin C products for you to purchase, including liposomal, tablets and powder-based products. If you are not sure about some of the terms, we’ll explain what’s what.

Vitamin C liposomal, tablets and powder - What are the differences?

A person with a handful of different supplements.

There are a variety of different types of Vitamin C supplements available, but which one is right for you?

Liposomal vitamin C intake has been identified as a groundbreaking way of getting high levels of Vitamin C into the system. This method sees liposomes introduced to the system. Liposomes are phospholipids that contain microscopic spheres. These spheres have Vitamin C at their very core, and this structure enables higher levels of absorption to take place, with the end result being higher Vitamin C in the system. Liposomal intake is generally done through oils, and we have plenty to choose from on our website.

There are also Vitamin C tablets in our range. These are likely a pretty familiar form for people, and it’s simply a case of taking the right tablet or tablets each day, digesting them and allowing the vitamin and its benefits to get into the system that way. 

Vitamin C powders can be added to drinks and consumed that way. These can both be pleasing on the palate, and have the additional benefit of boosting your vitamin C intake too. 

Vitamin C supplements at Evolution Organics

a box of Altrient C

At Evolution Organics, we have put together a superb selection of Vitamin C supplements to help our customers ensure they reap the full array of benefits from taking Vitamin C.

If you are keen to try the liposomal approach and the enhanced absorption this brings, take a look at the selection of Vitamin C products we stock from Altrient and Lipolife.

Purathrive Liposomal supplement from Evolution Organics.

Purathrive also has a great liposomal product for you to take a look at, while trusted suppliers like North American Herb and Spice and Nutri Advanced have excellent tablets for Vitamin C. 

Powder products with great Vitamin C  within our range include items from suppliers like Nutri Advanced and Neutrient, as well as North American Herb and Spice.

Enhance your Vitamin C levels today

Be sure to take a look through the full selection of Vitamin C products available and make a great choice for your health and wellbeing.

We have a wide selection of vitamins and supplements to choose from, so don’t miss out. Whether you are looking to address a specific issue you are facing, or simply want to take steps to enhance your all round well being, Evolution Organics’ range can prove advantageous. 

If you find yourself shopping with us regularly, consider opening an account with Evolution Organics. Take a look at our delivery options too, and if you have any questions, simply get in touch with the team. We will be delighted to help.

One thought on “Vitamin C - What you need to know”

  • Alenka

    Excellent newsletter as always, you are doing fantastic job. When there will be Altrient and Purathrive products esp. C vitamin again available to buy? I have the highest admiration for you to always stock some brand of liposomal C vitamin at all times. Cannot be easy at this time. Warmly, Alenka

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