Dr. Karel Tyml and his colleagues at The University of Western Ontario discovered that vitamin C can reverse sepsis, whilst Dr. Song at The University of Ulsan in Korea found an adequate intake of vitamin C was associated with longer survival in patients with heart failure likely by helping the body to reduce inflammation.
Though you may not require Vitamin C therapy in large doses, ensuring you are consuming plenty of this vital nutrient each day will only benefit you!
Most vitamin C supplements are riddled with chemicals, artificial colours, and preservatives. We’d rather have ours in a much more delicious way! Real food!
To make sure you’re getting the most vitamin C out of your food, eat them raw and unprocessed! Vitamin C is not very heat stable so once cooked or processed, some of the food’s vitamin C is lost!
1. Camu Camu
The camu camu berry is one of the world’s most abundant sources of vitamin C – in fact, one single teaspoon of camu camu powder has 1180% of your recommended daily intake! That’s 708mg in a tiny dose! | NEXT – The acerola cherry is packed with vitamin C!…