There are loads of benefits to having sufficient Vitamin C levels in your body. Whether you're getting your Vitamin C through your food, tablet, powder, or any other form, it can be tricky to understand just how much Vitamin C your body will utilize. Have you ever wondered how much Vitamin C your body wants?
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Vitamin C mobilizes your immune system cells to look for and destroy foreign attackers. When your body's immune system is needed to fight off something like a flu, cold, or recovering from an injury, it needs Vitamin C to function quickly and effectively.
The following list highlights the appropriate amount of Vitamin C you should take when suffering with ailments such as the flu, cold, food allergies, and more. The information for this list was generated by a study done by Dr. Robert F. Cathcart, "How to Determine a Therapeutic Dose of Vitamin C."
I hope this post can act as a benchmark for anyone interested in optimizing the amount of Vitamin C for any circumstance.
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