What is Vitamin C?
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin in foods found in foods, especially fruits and vegetables. It is known for being:
- A powerful antioxidant
- Positively responding to healthy skin and the immune system
- Important for collagen production
- Preserves tissues
- Preserves the bones, the teeth
- Maintains little bonding.
The human body cannot produce or store vitamin C Symptoms of vitamin C deficiency are bleeding gums, frequent bruising, apogee and poor wound healing, anemia, and scurvy.