Warning! Don't Take Vitamin C Supplements Without Watching This!

Vitamin C is proven effective for a healthy body.

Vitamin C like any other vitamins also has its dangers.

Vitamin C is a very popular supplement. In fact, billions of dollars worth of Vitamin C Supplements are being purchased each year worldwide.
But many, including you, are not aware of its dangers and side effects.
So in this video, we are giving you the exact reasons why you should think twice before taking this very popular Vitamin Supplement.

Vitamin C (also called L-ascorbic acid or ascorbate) is a nutrient that humans must get from food or dietary supplements since it cannot be made in the body. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and helps prevent oxidative stress. It also works with enzymes to play a key role in making collagen.

When a person takes more than the recommended limit of vitamin C, they may experience mild digestive disturbances.

These can occur if the vitamin C that the body does not absorb irritates the gastrointestinal tract.

Common mild side effects of too much vitamin C include:

stomach cramping,
and general abdominal discomfort.

This video reviews the most common Danger of taking Vitamin C, so if you are planning to take it regularly, make sure to watch this video until the end.

Having said that, here are the Top 10 Vitamin C adverse effects you should not ignore.

People should get most of their nutrients including Vitamin C from food, advises the federal government’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Foods contain vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber and other substances that benefit health. In some cases, fortified foods and dietary supplements may provide nutrients that otherwise may be consumed in less-than-recommended amounts.
Tell your doctor, pharmacist, and other healthcare providers about any dietary supplements and medicines you take before taking Vitamin C. They can tell you if Vitamin C might interact or interfere with your prescription.

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