ANTIOXIDANT EFFECT. IMMUNE SYSTEM
NO GMO – LACTOSE FREE – DOPING FREE – NO GLUTEN – SUGAR FREE
Vitamin C is involved in many chemical reactions that promote optimal functioning of the body. It is the essential nutrient par excellence.
How does it work and why do you take it?
The sportsman or woman during the practice of sports generates a great amount of highly reactive molecules (free radicals) being very important the contribution of antioxidant substances that neutralize their harmful effects. An adequate supply of vitamin C will combat this oxidative stress, avoiding tissue damage and promoting the proper functioning of the metabolic pathways for energy.
In addition, another of the powerful actions of Vitamin C is to act on the immune system by enhancing the immune response that is often diminished in certain periods of time in the athlete as the recovery period after the completion of exercise (immune window).
- Combats oxidative stress after sports practice.
- Decreases tissue damage.
- Favors the synthesis of quality collagen, cortisol and adrenaline.
- Strengthens the immune system.
- Reduces fatigue and optimizes energy production.
- Prevents muscle weakness/Pleasant orange flavor.
- SUPPORT: 1000 mg of Vitamin C (1250% NRV).
DAILY DOSE: 1 tablet per day.
- Bottle of 20 effervescent tablets.
- Box of 12 bottles.
PRICE (VAT INCLUDED):
- 1 BOTTLE OF 20 EFFERVESCENT TABLETS: € 4.25
- BOX OF 12 BOTTLES: € 47,99 (the bottle costs €3.99 €).
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- Carr, Anitra C.; Maggini, Silvia (noviembre de 2017). «Vitamin C and Immune Function». Nutrients (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)) 9 (11): 1211. PMID 29099763. doi:10.3390/nu9111211.