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  • Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is a vitamin found in various foods and sold as a dietary supplement. It is used to prevent and treat scurvy. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient involved in the repair of tissue and the enzymatic production of certain neurotransmitters

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    <p><a href="">Sarah Ware, BSc (Hons), RD</a>, CDE, discusses <a href="">vitamin C i</a>n nutrition.</p>

    Sarah Ware, BSc (Hons), RD, CDE, discusses vitamin C in nutrition.

  • What are the Benefits of Vitamin C

    Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is an antioxidant that helps to prevent damage, and it also allows for regular hormone balance and plays a role in iron absorption. Vitamin C is found in many fruits and vegetables, including spinach, broccoli, strawberries, red bell peppers and citrus fruits. If you like, you can take a supplement, though if you have these foods on a regular basis you may not require it.


    There are many products on the market but you want to look for a product that contains no more than about 500 mg per dose. The upper limit for that vitamin is 2000 mg per day, so do not exceed that amount on a regular basis. A local Urologist  TO is a great place to start in your information quest for Prostate Cancer. 

    If you have more questions about whether or not you get enough vitamin C in your diet speak to a local dietitian or nutritionist and if you think a supplement is right for you visit your local health food store or pharmacy for more information. Presenter: Ms. Sarah Ware, Registered Dietitian, North Vancouver, BC

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