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Vitamin C is a super antioxidant well known for promoting a healthy immune system, providing cardiovascular support, reducing free radical production and free radical damage, and maintaining good cognitive health and performance.Since we don't naturall...
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Isotonix® Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a super antioxidant well known for promoting a healthy immune system, providing cardiovascular support, reducing free radical production and free radical damage, and maintaining good cognitive health and performance.

Since we don't naturally produce vitamin C, it is essential to include vitamin C-rich foods on a regular, if not daily basis. To complement the vitamin C in fruits and vegetables, you should look at using a quality vitamin C supplement, like Isotonix Vitamin C.

While the amounts of vitamin C in fruits and vegetables is only a fraction of that recommended on a daily basis, Isotonix Vitamin C contains over 500 percent of the Recommended Daily Value of vitamin C - an amount greater than many vitamin C supplements on the market today. Plus, no other supplements for immune support on the market can boast the revolutionary Isotonix Delivery System.

Vitamin C metabolism is crucial, as this nutrient is essential for human health and life. Whereas other vitamin C supplements include binders and fillers that prolong the utilization of this vital nutrient, Isotonix Vitamin C delivers its vitamin C benefits quickly and effectively, meaning faster and maximum results for your body.


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    5.0

    There isn't much more to say

    By VincentF

    from USA

    Comments about Isotonix® Vitamin C:

    This product remains the best you can have...And i will just say this>>HALLELUJAH....Radical man

     
    5.0

    Great tasting and easy to digest

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      Comments about Isotonix® Vitamin C:

      I've always had trouble taking pills. Since this product is liquid, it's easy to swallow and digest. I usually take it at night since i tend to forget to take my vitamins in the morning. Not to mention, it does not upset my stomach as most other vitamins did.

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      I would buy this product again.

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        Comments about Isotonix® Vitamin C:

        take it every morning with OPC-3.

         
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        By carolea

        from USA

        Comments about Isotonix® Vitamin C:

        This product is easy to take, tastes good, too. Especially in winter, it boosts my immune system to help me ward off colds and keeps me on the job!

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        5.0

        Great Taste

        By UditK

        from USA

        Comments about Isotonix® Vitamin C:

        Weight loss Tip: Instead of drinking orange juice (needless calories), take 500mg of Vitamin C daily during Flu Season

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