Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid Fine Powder
Features & Benefits
◦An antioxidant for the maintenance of good health.
◦Helps the body to metabolize fats, proteins.
◦Helps in the development and maintenance of bones, cartilage, teeth and gums.
◦Helps in connective tissue formation or collagen formation.
◦Helps in wound healing.
◦Helps to prevent vitamin C deficiency.
◦NON-GMO source. Nothing else added, just pure vitamin c powder.
◦For a sensitive stomach, add a teaspoon of baking soda to buffer and/or use half the recommended dose.
◦Unlike most mammals, Humans need to supplement Vitamin C. This is a good clean way to do it.
Recommended use or purpose:
A factor in the maintenance of good health. An antioxidant for the maintenance of good health. Helps the body to metabolize fats. Helps the body to metabolize proteins. Helps in the development and maintenance of bones. Helps in the development and maintenance of cartilage. Helps in the development and maintenance of gums. Helps in the development and maintenance of teeth. Helps in connective tissue formation. Helps in wound healing.
Other Innotech Nutrition Products That Contain Vitamin C
CardioFlex Q10 has 2000 mg Ascorbic Acid or Vitamin C per serving along with 2800 mg of Lysine and 14 other powerful nutrients for heart health.
Bodyflex AM contains 450 mg Sodium Ascorbate per serving.
CaliMag and Magnesium both contain 290 mg Vitamin C per serving.
Recent Customer Question
Q. What is the difference between natural Vitamin C and synthetic Vitamin C?
A. Dr. Gerry writes:
Thank you for your requested information.
My name is Gerry Bohemier. I work for Innotech Nutrition as their Nutritional Consultant and Research Director. I have 33 years of Clinical nutrition experience and as such, they have asked me to answer your query.
The question you pose is becoming more common as the use of vitamin C is steadily rising. The Ascorbate fraction of Ascorbic acid is the Vitamin C ion (molecule) used by your cells for literally hundreds of essential biological functions. All mammals synthesize their own ascorbic acid in their liver from blood glucose. Glucose is reduced 4 times with different enzymes yielding ascorbic acid on demand.
The large primates (which includes man) do not have the last of the necessary enzymes to transform the glucose molecule into an ascorbic acid (vitamin C) molecule and as such, Humans are chronically deficient in Vitamin C and must get adequate amounts from foods and supplements. The vast majority of Vitamin C in our diets come from supplements. In fact it is practically impossible to consume enough fruits and vegetables to meet the body’s demand for this vitamin. Large apes, like the gorilla, consume 40-50 lbs of vegetation daily to get their necessary amounts of ascorbic acid. Supplementation has been the most practical way of getting enough for man. Vitamin C supplements virtually all start out with man made ascorbic acid derived from the plant sugar glucose.
Innotech Nutrition uses the world standardized Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C powder derived from plant based glucose. Corn or rice starch is a by-product of Corn or rice protein meal extraction. Starch is basically a chain of glucose molecules bonded together. This seed grain derived glucose is reduced by microbial fermentation with enzymes and acids to yield Ascorbic Acid. It’s that simple.
So technically, commercial Ascorbic Acid is synthetic to answer your question. Interestingly though, the process resembles the natural synthesis in animal livers. Ascorbic acid is synthesized from glucose in nature and in the lab. The resultant ascorbic acid Vitamin C ion is bio-identical to that naturally synthesized in nature and the clinical benefits are the same.
Vitamin C can also be extracted from plants but this is very complex, commercially impractical and significantly more expensive. Low dose powders, capsules or pills are the only option in this form. They are no more therapeutic than plain Ascorbic Acid. 60 years of research has confirmed this. That is why very few products are marketed with this kind of natural Vitamin C. How natural is it after having gone through the extraction process? Is there scientific evidence that it is superior? None that I have ever come across. The marketing of Vitamin C “complex” is just that; marketing. Don’t be fooled. Synthetic Vitamin C is in the vast majority of the products sold and it’s the kind that has been successfully used and researched for decades.
CardioFlex Q10 is Innotech Nutrition’s flagship product and is very therapeutic due to the large dose of Vitamin C, L-Lysine and Proline in every scoop. It works very well in maintaining optimum levels of ascorbate ions in the body. CardioFlex is a Dr. Linus Pauling inspired formula to restore and optimize collagen synthesis in our body which in turn strengthens the integrity of our tissues and blood vessels. As such, it is capable of supporting and maintaining cardiovascular health. All degenerative diseases are collagen deficiency or defective diseases. CardioFlex will help in all respects. The clinical effects of CardioFlex are dose-related and every person’s needs are different. Most people need extra Vitamin C in between scoops. Call me if you have questions related to CardioFlex use.
Thank you for your interest in this matter and I hope I have shed some light on the subject. Please feel free to e-mail me directly with any other comments or concerns.