High Dose Vitamin C Drink Mix by Sufficient-C
Sufficient-C High Dose Vitamin C Drink Mix Lemon Peach Iced Tea - 4.7 oz. (135g)
Sufficient-C High Dose Vitamin C Drink Mix Lemon Peach Iced Tea was designed to give your immune system the support it needs in a drink mix that will keep you coming back for more. Sufficient-C High Dose Vitamin C Drink Mix Lemon Peach Iced Tea is fortified with:
- up to 4 grams of Vitamin C
- generous doses of Teavigo patented green tea extract
- Stevia (not sugar) for a perfect amount of sweetness
Consuming large amounts of dietary supplements can be daunting. Poor taste and texture notoriously get in the way of getting the support you need. Overcome this obstacle with Sufficient-C High Dose Vitamin C Drink Mix Lemon Peach Iced Tea, so pleasant it can quench your thirst on a hot summer day, accompany any meal or even... just because.
Your Genetic Mutation = No "C"
Linus Pauling found it curious that the rest of the animal world is able to manufacture vitamin C, yet only humans and a few other species can not. While examining primates 25 million years ago it was discovered that a gene mutation caused them to lose this ability. When looking at the diet of the time, it was clear that the environment provided a hearty lush plant based landscape. It became clear that adequate amounts of vitamin C were being supplied via the diet.
Since the majority of animals still possess the ability to synthesize quite a large amount of vitamin C and still more when they are stressed, it is likely indicative that they are not consuming adequate amounts of vitamin C through their diet. To Pauling, this also suggested the existence of a deficiency of ascorbic acid in our own human diet.
A 150 pound animal on average synthesizes approximately 2-4 grams daily of vitamin C and far more in times of stress and illness. This fact alone leads one to question the American RDA of just 70-90 mg. of this vital nutrient!
At Sufficient-C they have taken the message seriously that increased consumption of vitamin C propels the immune system and is the basis of immune health! In addition their delicious drink mix formulation generously supplies other immune boosting and anti-inflammatory ingredients that are also proven to support your immune system so it can help support your healthy happy life!
Add 8 oz. of cool spring water to 1 scoop of mix. Stir well and enjoy!
Store in a cool, dry place.
If at any time you experience abdominal discomfort, simply revert back to your original symptom-free dose. Abdominal symptoms simply suggest that you have reached bowel tolerance, a helpful dosage indicator.
|Sufficient-C - High Dose Vitamin C Drink Mix Lemon Peach Iced Tea - 4.7 oz.|
|Serving Size: 1 Scoop|
|Servings Per Container: 30 (if used at maximum serving size)|
||Amount Per Serving
|Vitamin C (as Quali C ascorbic acid)
|Bromelain (600 GDU/g)
|EGCG green tea extract (as Teavigo)
|*Daily Value Not Established.|
†Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your diet values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
|Other Ingredients: Natural Flavoring, Non-GMO Maltodextrin, Stevia.|
Sufficient-C's non-GMO High Dose Vitamin C, Lemon Peach Iced Tea Drink Mix was created to offer "more" vitamin C in a way that has never been done before! We know that "more" C is what is often needed to maintain or recover health. With Sufficient-C you can count on up to 4 grams of vitamin C, plus generous doses of L-lysine, Bromelain and TEAVIGO patented green tea extract in a refreshing drink that is so pleasant it naturally encourages high dose vitamin C consumption, providing you with a powerful immune supportive, anti-inflammatory punch!
No sugar in this recipe to impede vitamin C absorption; rather you can count on Stevia for that sweet satisfaction that will keep you coming back for more! Sufficient-C is 100% water soluble too.
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