- natural vitamin C from acerola cherries
- with phytochemicals
- for heightened need for vitamin C
Acerola-Vitamin C + Zitrusflavonoide
Acerola-vitamin C + citric flavonoids make sense in times of greater need for vitamin C, mainly in cold and damp weather, for fatigue, stress and general physical strain. Vitamin C contributes to a healthy immune system1 and nervous system4, helps to protect cells from oxidative impairment2, contributes to normal energy metabolism5 and reduction in fatigue3.
Multitalent vitamin c!
Our physical well-being and performance are affected by very diverse factors. This also means healthy nutrition in addition to sufficient movement. For example, vitamin C also has to be taken in daily through food because the body does not store it as a water-soluble vitamin. In some situations taking extra vitamin C can make sense, such as in phases of cold and wet weather, in times of severe physical and mental stress or if there is a dietary imbalance. Vitamin C is not only the most familiar of vitamins, it is also a true multitalent, it fulfils a wide range of tasks in the body. In Acerola Vitamin C + Citric Flavonoids Dr. Wolz it is supported by other natural ingredients such as citric flavonoids.
What are citric flavonoids?
Flavonoids from citrus fruits feature among the so-called phytochemicals. They are bioactive substances which plants form to shield themselves from environmental impacts. Citric flavonoids are such phytochemical ingredients. The flavonoids that are sometimes also termed "Vitamin P" are a mix of different citric flavonoids which are supplemented by other phytochemicals such as natural hibiscus and bilberry dyes (anthocyans). These suitably support the biological activity of natural vitamin C from acerola cherries. Due to the significance of vitamin C and phytochemicals in human nutrition the German Nutrition Association (DGE) recommends daily consumption of five fist-sized portions of fruit and vegetables. We recommend our naturally sourced Acerola-Vitamin C + Citric Flavonoids Dr. Wolz to anyone who is unable to follow this recommendation each day or who would like an extra portion.
Fruit concentrates from: Acerola, rose hip, bilberry, orange, citruses.
2 measuring spoons (2g) contains: Vitamin C 240 mg, Citrus flavonoids 116 mg.
1,2,3,4 Vitamin C: contributes to the normal function of the immune system; contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress; contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue; contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system; contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
2 measuring spoons (2 g) per day in yoghurt, cereals or diluted by juices.
Food supplements cannot substitute a balanced diet and a healthy kind of living.