Buffered Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that offers support for the entire body. It is an essential vitamin, meaning the human body does not make it, so you must obtain Vitamin C through diet or supplementation. Certain foods like berries and citrus fruits yield good amounts of Vitamin C. In the body, Vitamin C has been shown to promote a healthy immune response and fight oxidative stress. It also helps protect the heart and artery walls and is required for the health of the lungs.†
Vitamin C is needed to create Carnitine, which is needed for muscle energy and strength and for brain and heart energy. This vitamin is required in the body in order to convert food into energy and helps to clear toxins out of the cell. Vitamin C also interacts with dietary protein in order to create Collagen, which promotes healthy hair, skin, nails and joint health. This is why Vitamin C is a common nutrient found in many beauty products.Vitamin C is also necessary for protecting vision and interacts with Vitamin E to protect the brain.†
Important Components of Vitamin C Buffered (as Calcium Ascorbate) 500mg
The addition of Calcium in this Buffered Vitamin C supplement eases the acidity of the high Vitamin C content, making it easier for those with a sensitive stomach to absorb Vitamin C’s excellent health benefits. Individuals who suffer from digestive or stomach problems can more easily manage Buffered Vitamin C, even if they are sensitive to other forms of this nutrient.†
Exclusive InVite® Health Features of Vitamin C Buffered (as Calcium Ascorbate) 1000mg
- Non-GMO Dietary Supplement
- Made Following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Made using vegetarian capsules employing advanced delivery for efficient absorption
- Scientifically Formulated
As a dietary supplement for adults, one (1) capsule one to three times a day, or as directed by a health care professional.
|Serving size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 100|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
(from Calcium Ascorbate)
(from Calcium Ascorbate)
|* Daily value(DV) not established|
|Percent DV are based on a 2000 calorie diet.|
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Hypromellose (Vegetable Capsule), Vegetable Stearate.
As a dietary supplement for adults, take one (1) vegetarian Vcaps® capsule one to three times a day, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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The Science Behind Vitamin C Buffered (as Calcium Ascorbate)
Research from Advances in Nutrition explains how Buffered Vitamin C (as Calcium Ascorbate) offers the protection vitamin C provides with less chance of gastrointestinal disruption; it buffers the acid that would usually be in the supplement. Supplementation with vitamin C tends to assist organ systems where the highest concentrations of this vitamin are. The highest concentrations of vitamin C are found in the brain, eye, and adrenal gland. One of the best known functions of vitamin C is its role as a co-factor for iron production and production of collagen as well as its use of lysine and proline to form collagen. This helps to promote strong connective tissues in the skin and the rest of the body. 
Research from the International Journal of Molecular Sciences states how good of an antioxidant vitamin C is, thus making it popular as a heart health protection aide. It is well established that vitamin C inhibits oxidation of LDL-protein, thereby helping to support heart health. Supplementing with vitamin C has been known to help support artery health and lipid profiles. 
Research published in the European Journal of Immunology explains how vitamin C supplementation helps to support and protect the health of the respiratory tract and helps to combat free radicals. 
 Adv Nutr. 2014 Jan; 5(1): 16–18.
 Int J Mol Sci. 2016 Aug; 17(8): 1328.
 Eur J Microbiol Immunol (Bp). 2019 Oct 3; 9(3): 73–79.