Vitamin C is an essential vitamin that your body cannot produce or store, to maintain healthy levels your body must absorb Vitamin C from either your diet or supplements on a daily basis. Vitamin C plays many roles in supporting the health of your body, including supporting the immune system. Vitamin C also contributes to the healthy formation of collagen, which in turn helps to support the normal functioning of your bones, blood vessels, gums and skin.
A balanced diet, rich in food such as oranges, spinach, tomatoes, kiwi or kale is a great way to maintain healthy Vitamin C levels. It can sometimes be difficult to regularly make the right dietary choices that will ensure your body is provided with the correct levels of the nutrients, which is where supplements can be helpful by providing a convenient nutritional ‘top up’.
At Natures Aid, our Time Release Vitamin C has been carefully formulated by our in-house experts to provide you with 1000mg Vitamin C in every tablet. Our tablet is designed to slowly release Vitamin C into your body throughout the day. One vegan friendly tablet should be swallowed whole, with a cold drink each day. You can rest assured our Time Release Vitamin C is free from any colours or flavours and does not contain any GMO, gluten, yeast, dairy, nuts, soya, sugar or sweeteners.
We offer a wide range of daily Vitamin C supplements in a variety of formats. Our Time Release Vitamin C is a larger tablet that may not be suitable for children or those who struggle with swallowing larger pills. For those who prefer an alternative format, we also offer refreshing Effervescent Vitamin C tablets and handy Chewable Vitamin C tablets.
Natures Aid Vitamin C contributes to the normal function of the immune system and increases iron absorption.
1.Vitamin C contributes to maintain the normal function of the immune system during and after intense physical exercise
2.Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of -
- blood vessels
3.Vitamin C contributes to normal -
- energy-yielding metabolism
- functioning of the nervous system
- psychological function
- function of the immune system
4.Vitamin C contributes to the -
- protection of cells from oxidative stress
- reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E
5.Vitamin C increases iron absorption
NRV = Nutrient Reference Values