Vitamin C for wrinkles?!

We all know the value of a regular intake of vitamins and minerals, and none is more universally valued and praised than Vitamin C.

According to the well-known site WebMD.Com ‘Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients’. We know Vitamin C to be important in building and repairing tissue, and is widely accepted as the supplement of choice in fighting the common cold, but does it really have beauty benefits? Even helping with those nasty wrinkles? went on to state; ‘The benefits of Vitamin C may include protection against... skin wrinkling’. This conclusion is backed up by a 2007 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition which found that middle-aged women who consumed more vitamin C from food sources appeared to have fewer wrinkles and less skin dryness. Experts suggest that vitamin C might delay the signs of aging due to free radical damage.

The conclusion? If you want less wrinkles the evidence suggests you should take more Vitamin C!

Sources of Vitamin C.  The important sources of Vitamin C are any citrus fruits. Strawberries, raspberries, cabbages, cauliflower, other leafy vegetables, red peppers, potatoes, broccoli, chilies, watercress, parsley, Brussels sprouts, cantaloupes, mange tout, and kiwi fruits are also rich sources of this vitamin. The cooking of food at low temperatures and for short times is important to keep the Vitamin C preserved and beneficial in the food.

Busy lives make it difficult to get all the vitamins you need on a regular basis. Vitamin C as a supplement is the answer.

Try BioCare Vitamin C 1000mg today, a high-quality, low acid form of Vitamin C that is readily absorbable.

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