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What is the daily intake of vitamin c?

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Vitamin c is no stranger to you, because of its antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties, many businesses have started to play the beauty card!


Throw a vitamin c tablet into a cup and the water boils up instantly. It's also a great way to get your vitamin c fix and it tastes sweet and sour. This is why vitamin c tablets are so popular.


But are they effective?


Let's see why we drink vitamin c first


Vitamin c has a strong antioxidant effect and acts as a cofactor for hydroxylation process substrates and enzymes, promotes cell synthesis, skin collagen synthesis and also scavenges excess free radicals, so it is useful in beauty and anti-aging, making the skin firm and elastic and promoting wound healing.


Vitamin c promotes the synthesis of neurotransmitters and helps maintain normal learning and memory capacity.


Vitamin c also promotes the formation of antibodies, the absorption of important nutrients such as iron, calcium and folic acid, and the maintenance of normal immune function and physiological functions in the body.


Is it okay to take a few extra vitamin c effervescent tablets?

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Vitamin C is powerful


But not the more the merrier!


According to information: vitamin c has low toxicity and long-term intake of 1000 mg/day has no adverse effects. However, when taken in large quantities, an intake of more than 3000 mg/day can cause adverse effects such as diarrhoea, gastrointestinal disturbances, increased excretion of oxalic and uric acid and increased formation of kidney stones.


Our recommended tolerable maximum intake (ul) of vitamin c is 2000 mg/day. Some people will take two or three tablets a day because the effervescent tablets taste good and are drunk as a drink (vitamin c effervescent tablets usually contain 1000 mg of vitamin c/tablet). Together with the vitamin c from vegetables and fruits in the daily diet, the intake of vitamin c in a day will exceed the tolerable maximum intake. In addition, vitamin c effervescent tablets contain a lot of sugar, sodium and flavourings, and the excessive intake of these ingredients also places a burden on health.


The best way to supplement is to get the necessary vitamin c from the vegetables and fruits in your daily diet.

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