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A potent Vitamin C combination to support the immune system in times of stress.
Clinicians Hi-Dose Vit C has been designed to support the body’s defenses against winter ills and chills. A specialised research-based buffered formulation containing 2 forms of vitamin C, (sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid) that may support and enhance immune function during times of stress.
Studies indicate that frequent high dosing with vitamin C can significantly shorten the recovery period following immune stress and Vitamin C may be depleted from the body during immune, physical and emotional stress, so more needs to be consumed at these times.
• Helps support the immune system in times of stress
• May support preventing and reducing the severity of winters ills and chills
• Powerful antioxidant
Each level 5ml teaspoonful contains:
Vitamin C (from sodium ascorbate) (equiv. Sodium 372mg) 1850mg
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 700mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 3mg
Also contains natural flavourings, Thaumatin. No added yeast, sugar, artificial colours or preservatives.
Directions for use: Adults mix 1 level teaspoon in water or juice 1-2 times daily.
Each 5g (approximately 1 rounded 5ml measuring spoon) contains:
Calcium ascorbate threonate complex (equiv Calcium 99mg) 1000mg
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 750mg
Vitamin C (from sodium ascorbate) (equiv Sodium 33mg) 250mg
Vitamin B2 (as riboflavin) 7mg
Citrus bioflavonoid complex (standardised to 35mg hespiridin) 100mg
Also contains: Maltodextrin, natural flavouring, thaumatin and xanthan gum.
No Added: Gluten, dairy, yeast, artificial colours or preservatives.
Adults & adolescents over 13 years: 1 rounded 5ml measuring spoon daily. Mix with juice or water.
Children 9-13 years: ½ a 5ml measuring spoon daily.
Children 4-8 years: Take ½ a 2.5ml measuring spoon daily.
Mix with juice, water or fluid.
N.B. daily recommendation for children can be taken in divided measures during the day to avoid any potential changes in bowel motility.