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Healthy Origins Orange Vitamin C Gummies For Adults 250 mg

Vitafusion Power C, Gummy Vitamins For Adults, 150-Count (Packaging May Vary)

$12.00


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Healthy Origins Vitamin C Gummies For Adults are a great alternative to Vitamin C tablets, capsules, and softgels. Not only are they a fantastic source of Vitamin C, but they taste great as well!

Airborne Vitamin C Gummies for Adults have a delightful fruit flavor. They do not contain preservatives or gluten. Children are constantly exposed to viruses and bacteria at school and when they're playing outside. Kids age 12 and over can also enjoy the immune support this great-tasting supplement offers. Read the directions carefully to choose the appropriate dose based on age.

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  • Do older adults need vitamins and supplements? - WebMD

    Many doctors recommend eating a balanced diet that contains adequate vitamin C. However, many people fall short when it comes to vitamins. Each serving of Airborne Vitamin C Gummies for Adults contains 1,000 milligrams of vitamin C and may be able to fill in where your diet might be falling short. Enjoy the reassurance of knowing you're getting the antioxidant support you need even when you don't have time to eat a healthy meal. Airborne Vitamin C Gummies for Adults can be part of an overall healthy lifestyle.

    The current recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for vitamin C for adult nonsmoking men and women is 60 mg/d, which is based on a mean requirement of 46 mg/d to prevent the deficiency disease scurvy. However, recent scientific evidence indicates that an increased intake of vitamin C is associated with a reduced risk of chronic diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and cataract, probably through antioxidant mechanisms. It is likely that the amount of vitamin C required to prevent scurvy is not sufficient to optimally protect against these diseases. Because the RDA is defined as “the average daily dietary intake level that is sufficient to meet the nutrient requirement of nearly all healthy individuals in a group,” it is appropriate to reevaluate the RDA for vitamin C. Therefore, we reviewed the biochemical, clinical, and epidemiologic evidence to date for a role of vitamin C in chronic disease prevention. The totality of the reviewed data suggests that an intake of 90–100 mg vitamin C/d is required for optimum reduction of chronic disease risk in nonsmoking men and women. This amount is about twice the amount on which the current RDA for vitamin C is based, suggesting a new RDA of 120 mg vitamin C/d.