Deficiency of Vitamin C can lead to:

  1. Scurvy
    A disease characterized by poor wound healing, spongy and bleeding gums, bleeding under the skin, edema and extreme weakness.
  2. Increased susceptibility to infection
  3. Lack of energy
  4. Poor digestion
  5. Prolonged wound healing time
  6. A tendency to bruise easily
  7. Tooth loss

Toxicity of synthetic Vitamin C supplementation

  1. Some sensitive people may actually have an adverse reaction to the synthetic Vitamin C.
  2. Intakes of 2-3g/day of vitamin produce unpleasant diarrhea due to unabsorbed vitamin in the intestine in most people.
  3. Gastrointestinal disturbances can occur after ingestion of as little as 1 gm because approximately half of the amount would not be absorbed at this dose.
  4. Symptoms of overdose include:
    - Flushed face
    - Headache
    - Increase urination
    - Lower abdominal cramps
    - Diarrhea
    - Nausea
    - Vomiting
    - Kidney stone formation - Oxalate is an end product of ascorbate catabolism and may cause kidney stone.
    - Hyperoxaluria – caused excessive daily amounts of vitamin C

Vital C Plus is specially for bringing good health to:

  1. Smokers
  2. Drinkers/ alcoholics
  3. Residents live in highly polluted cities/ heavy industrial areas
  4. Persons who are susceptible to colds and flu
  5. Persons who are high susceptibility to diseases (low immunity power)
  6. Scurvy patients
  7. Asthma patients
  8. Persons who are under excessive physical or mental stress
  9. Persons who are looking for natural supplements that value for money
  10. Persons who are care for their health
  11. Children
  12. Elders


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  3. Whole Food Nutrition- The Missing Link in Vitamin Therapy. Dr. Vic Shayne. 2000.
  4. Kubler, W. & Gehler, J. 1970. On the kinetics of the intestinal absorption of ascorbic acid: a contribution to the calculation of an absorption process that is not proportional to the dose. Int. J. Vit. Nutr. Res., 40: 442-453

Ingredient List:

Acai Berry, Apple, Apricot, Blackcurrant, Blueberry, Bilberry, Camu-camu, Cantaloupe, Cranberry, Elderberry, Gooseberry, Grape, Guava, Kiwi, Lemon, Lime, Maqui Berry, Orange, Peach, Plum, Pomegranate, Prune, Rosehip, Raspberry, Red Raspberry, Strawberry

Serving Size: 2 tablets (1000mg)

Amount per serving mg Daily Value
1000mg 90 150%

Recommended Usage:

Adults: Take 2 tablets daily
Children: Take 1 tablet daily

Source of natural and synthetic vitamin C:

Natural Vitamin C – All kind of natural fruits
Synthetic Vitamin C -Hydrogenated corn sugar (sweetener without nutritional value and promotes tooth decay) with acetone (used as organic solvent) and hydrochloric acid (as a chemical intermediate).

Important intake of fruit from different colour:

Colour Phytonutrients Good for Found in
Yellow / Orange
Beta-carotene Healthy skin
Healthy immune system
Healthy eyesight
Mangoes, Apricots, Peaches, Cantaloupe
Bioflavonoids Healthy heart
Healthy teeth
Healthy immune
Oranges, Lemons, Tangerines, Peaches, Apricots, Gooseberry
Monoterpenes Healthy immune Oranges, Lemon, Grapefruits, Limes
Anthocyanins Healthy circulation
Healthy nerve cell function system
Healthy immune
Raspberries, Cherries, Strawberries, Cranberries, Apples, Pomegranate, Red Raspberry, Acai Berry
Lycopene Healthy heart
Healthy cells
Healthy immune
Blue / purple
Phenolics Healthy cells
Healthy immune
Dried plums, Blackcurrant, Blueberry, Bilberry, Prune
Lutein and zeaxanthin Healthy eyesight Kiwi, Guava

Uniqueness of Vital C Plus:

  1. Derived from natural sources
  2. More bioavailable
  3. Free from trans fatty acids
  4. Low in sodium
  5. Low in sugar
  6. Provides 90mg (150%) of the FDA’s RDA for vitamin C – the perfect amount according to the latest research!