Collagen production is the most important function of Vitamin C complex in the human body. Collagen makes up about 30-40% of the protein content of your body in the extracellular matrix and in the connective tissue.[Read more…] about Collagen and the Human Interstitium
Vitamin C Complex deficiency is a contributory factor in many diseases affecting the human body due to diminished or defective production of collagen. [Read more…] about Vitamin C Complex Deficiency: What You Need to Know
Official dietary recommendations for daily Vitamin C intake range from 75 mg to 110 mg, but these amounts represent only a tiny fraction of the daily Vitamin C production in most animals. The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of Vitamin C in the United States is 90 mg for men and 75 mg for women. The Recommended Daily Intake of Vitamin C in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Japan is 100 mg and in France it is 110 mg.1 This amount can be easily found in fresh fruits and vegetables. However, the Vitamin C intake in the typical American diet is repeatedly found to be low.[Read more…] about Vitamin C Dosages: Official Guidance Versus What You Really Need
Vitamin C complex, whose main function is the production and maintenance of collagen, is one of the most important basic needs of the human body. Collagen makes up about 30-40% of the protein content of the human body.1,2 It is the main structural substance that binds, holds, and supports tissues and organs together, and is thus the most extensive tissue system of the body. Without Vitamin C complex, collagen cannot be produced.[Read more…] about Vitamin C Complex, Collagen Production, and Our Genetic Defect
Vitamin C complex and ascorbic acid are used interchangeably in most of the medical literature but are not actually synonymous terms. Despite their generally interchangeable usage throughout the medical literature, the functions of Vitamin C and ascorbic acid in the human body differ but are complementary.[Read more…] about Vitamin C (Complex) and Ascorbic Acid: What’s the Difference?