BioCeuticals Ultra Potent-C Chewables (60 chewable tablets)

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BioCeuticals Ultra Potent-C Chewables (60 chewable tablets)

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High dose vitamin C with other nutrients now available in a sugar-free chewable tablet.

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Vitamin C
Vitamin C is one of the key immune supporting nutrients shown to reduce both the severity and duration of cold symptoms.[7,8] Vitamin C is a natural anti-histamine, and is essential for the maintenance of healthy connective tissue, iron metabolism and sperm quality and function.[6,9]

Mineral ascorbates
Mineral salts of ascorbic acid are buffered and therefore less acidic and potentially less irritating than ascorbic acid alone. Sodium ascorbate and calcium ascorbate are the most common forms. Sodium ascorbate generally provides 131mg of sodium per 1000mg of ascorbic acid, and pure calcium ascorbate provides 114mg of calcium per 1000mg of ascorbic acid.[6]

Zinc gluconate
zinc gluconate, an organic zinc delivery system, has demonstrated significantly more bioavailability than inorganic zinc oxide.[1]

Fruits with high vitamin C content

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  • The active ingredients contained in this product have not been shown to be contraindicated during pregnancy or lactation.
  • The tolerable upper limit (UL) for vitamin C is 2g per day for pregnant or breastfeeding women aged 19 years and older, and 1.8g per day for pregnant or breastfeeding women aged 14-18 years.[2]
  • Do not exceed a daily intake of 200mg of vitamin C in patients with haemochromatosis.[3]
  • High doses of vitamins C or E may reduce the response to warfarin.[4,5]
  • Taking more than 40mg of zinc per day over a period of weeks may interfere with copper bioavailability.[8]
  • Substances that may affect zinc absorption or excretion include high dietary calcium intake, coffee, folate, supplemental iron, NSAIDs, antibiotics and diuretics.[6]