Buffered Vitamin C
Say goodbye to acid: Say farewell to the acidity in vitamin C with ESN Buffered Vitamin C. Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is typically acidic in pH. Buffered Vitamin C is different: Buffered Vitamin C neutralizes this acidity by binding the vitamin C to the basic mineral calcium. This results in a pH-neutral, acid-free form of vitamin C that is gentle on sensitive stomachs.
Vitamin C me rollin'
Our bodies cannot produce Vitamin C, making it crucial to ensure we consume enough of this essential nutrient. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that helps maintain a healthy immune system, protecting us against bacteria and flu viruses. But that's not all - Vitamin C also plays a role in the production of collagen, contributing to healthy skin, cartilage, bones, and blood vessels. Truly, a jack-of-all-trades!
THE PERFECT DOSE
Consuming fruits and vegetables high in Vitamin C is a good option, but the availability of Vitamin C can vary greatly based on various factors such as harvesting time, transportation, storage, and preparation methods. In fact, when food is processed, exposure to oxygen or excessive temperatures can actually cause vitamin C to be lost due to its water solubility.
In addition, the amount of Vitamin C required by an individual can change over time and vary greatly, especially for athletes and those with compromised immune systems. Athletes in particular have an increased vitamin C requirement, and a challenged immune system consumes more vitamin C.
To make sure your body is getting the Vitamin C it needs, our ESN Buffered Vitamin C is a great solution. With just 1 gram of our high-dose powder, you can meet your daily requirements without worrying about overconsumption. Vitamin C, Effortless and Energizing - No Sour Moments!
¹ Influence of Vitamin C Supplementation on Oxidative Stress and Neutrophil Inflammatory Response in Acute and Regular Exercise (hindawi.com)
² Effect of five-year supplementation of vitamin C on serum vitamin C concentration and consumption of vegetables and fruits in middle-aged Japanese: a randomized controlled trial - PubMed (nih.gov)
³ The Roles of Vitamin C in Skin Health - PMC (nih.gov)
⁴ Selected questions and answers about vitamin C - DGE
⁵ Vitamin C contributes to normal immune system function.