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This chewable tablet packs a punch with 500mg of pure vitamin C, the ultimate superhero for bolstering your body’s defences and keeping viruses at bay. Convenience meets vitality with our 500mg Vitamin C Chewable Supplement! Apart from the amazing taste, this supplement promises a better immune system and glowing skin.
So let these flavour and nutrient-filled tablets help you fight off infections right away!
|Each Tablet Contains|
|Vitamin C||500 mg|
One chewable tablet daily preferably with a meal, or as advised by the doctor.
Do not store above 30°C. Keep in a dry place and
protect from light. Close the cap tightly after use. Keep out of reach of children.
Please consult your doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking
regular medication, have any medical condition or experiencing adverse reactions.
The daily requirement of vitamin C is:
0-6 months: 40mg, 7-12 months: 50mg, 1-3 years: 15mg, 4-8 years: 25mg, 9-13 years:45mg, 14-18 years: male: 75 mg, Female 65 mg, Pregnancy: 80 mg, Lactation: 115 mg, 19 years+: Male: 90 mg, Female: 75 mg, Pregnancy: 85mg, Lactation: 12 mg.
Consuming more than 1000mg daily could cause diarrhoea, flatulence and stomach pain.
Citrus fruit, such as oranges and orange juice, peppers, strawberries, blackcurrants, broccoli, Brussels, sprouts, and potatoes.
Smokers require 35mg/day more than the nonsmokers.
Smokers and passive smokers, people with malabsorption and certain chronic diseases, infants fed evaporated or boiled milk and individuals with limited food variety are at a higher risk of vitamin C deficiency.
According to epidemiological data, eating more fruits and vegetables is:
linked to a lower risk of developing most cancers, possibly in part because of the high vitamin C content of these foods is associated with a lesser risk of cardiovascular disease,
It was also found that high plasma vitamin C concentrations were associated with a lesser risk of stroke,
Another cohort study found adults aged 55 years or older who had a high dietary intake of vitamins and other nutrients like vitamin A, Zinc, and E had a lower risk of age-related eye problems.