Vitamin C Tablets, Capsules & Powders

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Vitamin C has many functions in the body: it supports optimal immune function and helps maintain healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage. It is also a potent antioxidant preventing free radical damage to cells and is involved in the synthesis of collagen and other connective tissue, so it is easy to see why vitamin C tablets are so popular.

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is naturally found in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. However, it cannot be stored in the body so it needs to be consumed on a daily basis. Vitamin C capsules & tablets are a good way to ensure you are getting the recommended daily amount, as the body doesn’t produce its own ascorbic acid.

This range includes vitamin C tablets, capsules and powders, which have been specially formulated for optimal efficiency.

Vitamin C Tablets, Capsules & Powders

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  1. Everyday Essentials for Immune Support
    Everyday Essentials for Immune Support

    Starting at £12.71

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  2. Vitamin C Time Release 90 Tablets
    Vitamin C Time Release 90 Tablets
    £18.79
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  3. Esterol 100 Capsules
    Vitamin C + Bioflavonoids 100 Capsules
    £39.32
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  4. Aller-C 60 Capsules
    Aller-C® Capsules
    From £33.02
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    Ultra Potent Vitamin C Powder 232g (Approx. 122 Servings)
    Ultra Potent Vitamin C Powder 232g (122 Servings)
    Special Price £25.12 Price £41.86
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FAQ

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for many aspects of health including immune health.

Vitamin C is important for the prevention of scurvy, plays a key role in the formation of collagen and wound healing, and has antihistamine activity so may be helpful for reducing the symptoms of hay fever.

Taking Vitamin C supplements can also support cardiovascular health, a healthy stress response and can improve athletic performance and recovery.

The recommended daily intake for food labelling purposes is 80mg.

This will ensure that a vitamin C deficiency is avoided. However, larger doses are frequently recommended for the support of the immune system.

There is no right or wrong time to take vitamin C tablets, but as it supports the production of energy, many people find it preferable to take vitamin C in the morning.

It's water-soluble, so it doesn't need to be taken with food, so you can take it as soon as you wake up if you like.

There are many ways to take vitamin C - it can be taken as a powder, as a tablet, as a capsule or even as a liposomal liquid.

For those wishing to take high dosages, a powder is often recommended for convenience.

Vitamin C is important for a healthy immune system, especially during or after intense physical exercise. Vitamin C also supports energy-yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Vitamin C is also an important antioxidant, and it helps with absorption of iron. That's why a glass of orange juice, rich in vitamin C, is often recommended alongside iron tablets

Finally, vitamin C is really important for collagen formation. Collagen is the main structural protein in our connective tissues, and is needed for the function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage and gums.