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HEALER C

Chemistry allows us to synthesize molecules similar to natural molecules. However, chemistry molecules are not always an exact copy of their natural counterparts, and some differences may affect their biological activity.

Synergy of action with the nutrients
In general, the natural vitamins extracted from vegetables (fruits, aromatic herbs ...) are in forms not only compatible with human physiology, but are also associated with the other natural compounds present in the matrix of origin and resulting from the extraction: cofactors , minerals, polyphenols ...

This combination resembles a dietary matrix, favoring the synergy of the active ingredients present in the extract in terms of bioavailability and the expected physiological effects.

That is why HEALER C is placed as a magnificent option when choosing a vitamin since it is 100% natural and extracted from carefully selected ingredients, offering its easy absorption for cells.

HEALER C

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  • Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of the body. Is used for:

    • Form an important protein used to make skin, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels
    • Heal wounds and form scar tissue
    • Repair and maintain cartilage, bones and teeth
    • Help the absorption of iron

    Vitamin C is one of many antioxidants. Antioxidants are nutrients that block some of the damage caused by free radicals.

    • Free radicals are produced when the body breaks down food or when you are exposed to tobacco smoke or radiation.
    • Free radical accumulation over time is largely responsible for the aging process.
    • Free radicals can play a role in cancer, heart disease, and disorders like arthritis.

    The body cannot make vitamin C on its own, nor does it store it. Therefore, it is important to include many foods that contain this vitamin in the daily diet.

    For many years, vitamin C has been a home remedy for the common cold.

    • Research shows that for most people, vitamin C supplements or foods rich in that vitamin do not reduce the risk of getting the common cold.
    • However, people who take vitamin C supplements regularly may have slightly shorter colds or somewhat milder symptoms.
    • Taking a vitamin C supplement after a cold starts doesn't seem to work.

     

    Too little vitamin C can lead to signs and symptoms of deficiency, such as:

    • Anemia
    • Bleeding gums
    • Decreased ability to fight infection
    • Decreased speed of wound healing
    • Dry hair with split ends
    • Tendency to bruise
    • Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums)
    • Nosebleeds
    • Possible weight gain due to slow metabolism
    • Rough, dry and scaly skin
    • Joint pain and inflammation
    • Weakening of tooth enamel

    A severe form of vitamin C deficiency is known as scurvy. This mainly affects older and malnourished adults.

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