Category Archives: Vitamin C

Contribution of Antioxidants in Blood

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Antioxidants in Human Blood

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Vitamin C To Treat Depression and Anxiety?

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Boost Antioxidants With Berry Tea

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Vitamin C Lowers Blood Glucose Levels

Most animals can synthesise vitamin C from glucose. However, humans are missing the L-gluconolactone enzyme required for this reaction. As a result humans are dependent on their diet in order to supply adequate vitamin C. Because vitamin C is synthesised … Continue reading

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Vitamin C: Supplements or Food?

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Vitamin C: Supplements or Food?

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Antioxidants Supplements: Evidence they Protect Health

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The Forgotten Antioxidant: Urate

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Fruits and Vegetables: Is It The Vitamin C That Is Beneficial?

Vitamin C is beneficial to the health, and this may be one of the reasons that high intakes of fruits and vegetables are protective of disease. In particular, vitamin C consumption is associated with a decreased risk of certain Western … Continue reading

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