Never Underestimate the Importance of Vitamin C
Dr. Linus Pauling (1901-1994) was one of the greatest scientists of the 20th Century. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry as well as the Nobel Prize for Peace. He later turned his attention to vitamin C and had a good understanding of what that vitamin was capable of doing in the human body.
In his time, many medical practitioners would not accept what he said about how vitamin C helped to strengthen the immune system, protected against cancer and was important for the production of collagen (i.e., its anti-aging effects).
From its role in maintaining a healthy immune system and reducing inflammation to its potential age-defying effects, this potent antioxidant is crucial for every system in your body.
However, there’s one big problem: you’re probably not getting anywhere near enough.
The Side Effects of Insufficient Vitamin C
The possible side effects can be notable. Weakened immune function, aching joints and a perforated intestinal wall are just some of the more common symptoms of a lack of vitamin C.
You might be thinking, “But surely I should be getting enough from the fruits and vegetables I eat, not to mention the supplement I got from the drug store?”
The trouble is, even though we might be following a nutrient-dense diet, it may no longer be enough. The soils that we grow our crops in have become largely depleted of minerals and other nutrients.
Conventional supplements also don’t look very promising. To lower costs, many manufacturers source low-quality ingredients that can be difficult for your body to absorb. Absorption rates can be as low as 15%. In many cases, all you’ll end up with is mineral-rich urine.
Other Vitamin C Options
Another option is to get vitamin C intravenously but can be quite costly, not to mention the time factor and having to deal with needles.
So what is left?
Liposomal Vitamin C
PuraThrive have researched the best sources of vitamin C that don’t cost an arm and a leg and without sacrificing quality. They are now proud to be offering you PuraThrive Micelle Liposomal Vitamin C.
Why is this the best vitamin C?
Take a look at some of the main features of Micelle Liposomal Vitamin C:
Micelle Liposomal Vitamin C is formulated via a 3-step process:
Step 1 – PuraThrive use a natural fermentation process to produce L-ascorbic acid, which is a high-quality form of vitamin C. It is easier for your body to absorb than the synthetic version, D-ascorbic acid.
Step 2 – To counteract the low pH (high acidity) of ascorbic acid and avoid an upset stomach, they treat it with a natural bicarbonate downstream process that neutralizes the vitamin C, making it easy to digest and utilize.
Step 3 – For the final touch, the vitamin C is encapsulated into tiny micelles which are shielded from the hostile environment of the human digestive system. This makes PuraThrive Liposomal Vitamin C up to 20 times more absorbable than standard formulations.