Your Wellbeing Ester C is a form of Vitamin C that consists of several molecules of Ascorbic Acid linked together to form one large molecule. Vitamin C Ester also contains metabolites of Vitamin C such as threonic acid that may increase its bio-availability. It is claimed to be the most bio-available form of Vitamin C. Nowhere in nature would we find ascorbic acid on its own. It is always bonded for stability to mineral. Vitamin C Ester is Calcium Ascorbate which is a unique and exclusive form of vitamin C.
Production includes using a proprietary, water-based manufacturing process that will result in a pH neutral product containing naturally occurring vitamin C metabolites. These metabolites activate the vitamin C molecules thereby increasing its absorption, distribution and dose of bio-availability (Valerio, 2015). Sources of natural Vitamin C would include citrus fruits and juice, red and green peppers, broccoli, strawberries and Brussels sprouts.
Benefits of Vitamin C is that it is an essential nutrient in tissue repair. It is also supporting the enzymatic production of certain neurotransmitters. Vitamin C counteracts many types of bacterial and viral diseases, inhibit some type of viruses and may help prevent hepatitis. Vitamin C may help and treat many forms of cancers. It may help prevent rheumatic fever, and immune support. Vitamin C is may be very helpful chelation orally for heavy metals.
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