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Vitamin C 1000mg 120 Vegi-Caps Corn Free

Vitamin C 1000mg 120 Vegi-Caps Corn Free

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About Vitamin C 1000mg

Humans are one of the few species that cannot manufacture its own vitamin C.  Although most fresh fruits and vegetables are a good source, vitamin C is one of the least stable vitamins and can therefore be destroyed by exposure to heat, such as through cooking. In addition, vitamin C cannot be stored by the body since it’s a water-soluble vitamin. This makes daily repletion necessary to avoid development of deficiency symptoms.

PLV Vitamin C provides 1000 milligrams of clean and pure ascorbic acid in each vegetable capsule. In this form it can be used as a vitamin C flush protocol to promote detoxification, or as an oral adjunct to IV-vitamin C treatments (when recommended by your ND). It is sourced from non-GMO potato and is free of sodium and calcium. Like all PLV products, PLV Vitamin C is gluten-free. 

Conditions that may benefit from Vitamin C supplementation include:

Frequent or persistent infections

Iron-deficiency anemia

Cardiovascular disease


Periodontal disease

Tooth loss



Gallbladder removal

Smoking and passive smoke exposure

Wound healing

Recommended Use:

A factor in the maintenance of good health. Helps the body to metabolize fats and proteins. Helps in the development and maintenance  of bones, cartilage, teeth and gums. Helps in connective tissue formation. Helps in would healing. An antioxidant for the maintenance of good health.

Recommended Dose:

Take 1 capsule Daily


Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid): 1000mg
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium steerage (vegetable grade)



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