Vitamin C

What Is It?

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps protect cells from damaging.

Why is it important?

Vitamin C also is needed to make and repair collagen, move fat into cells where it can be converted into energy and make neurotransmitters. The body also needs vitamin C to help wounds heal, improves the absorption of iron from plant-based foods and helps the immune system work properly to protect the body from diseases. Vitamin C is not evenly distributed throughout the body and the adrenal glands, pituitary gland, thymus, retina, brain, spleen, lungs, liver, thyroid, testicles, lymph nodes, kidney and pancreas all contain much higher levels of vitamin C than are found in circulating blood.

How much is needed?

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1 – 3 years old

30 mg/ day

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4 – 6 years old

35 mg/ day

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7 – 9 years old

45 mg/ day

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10 – 12 years Boys

55 mg/ day

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10 – 12 years Girls

50 mg/ day

Which foods is it sourced from?

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50 gm
126 mg

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50 gms
107 mg

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Lemon Juice

100 gms
48 mg

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100 gms
50 mg

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