Vitamin C was first identified as the cure for scurvy in 1933 by Albert Szent-Györgyi, who won a Nobel Prize for his efforts just four years later. Since then, there has been a flurry of research and controversy regarding Vitamin C (usually erroneously equated with ascorbic acid, just one of its many components) and its actions in the human body. The following articles summarize the difference between natural Vitamin C complex and isolated ascorbic acid and explain why your body needs Vitamin C complex to function properly.
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Diseases Associated with Inadequate Vitamin C Complex
Stress (coming soon)
Heart Disease (coming soon)
Vitamin C and the Immune System (coming soon)
Vitamin C and Cellular Communication (coming soon)