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What happens when we get a cold? Usually, we will turn to the tried and true vitamin C. But not all vitamin C is the same. Typically, ascorbic acid is what’s found in supplements and this can be a little hard on the body. It is an acid after all. Grandhealth™ Res-Cal-C uses the calcium ascorbate form so that calcium “buffers” the vitamin C making it more gentle on the system and better absorbed. Of course vitamin C doesn’t work on it’s own. So we included some extra bioflavonoids to push it up a notch and provide some extra antioxidant power. With 600mg of calcium ascorbate in each capsule, you can kick that cold to the curb.

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Res-Cal-C 120 Capsules
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Vitamin C, an antioxidant nutrient for the development and maintenance of our vital organs, plays an important role in collagen synthesis and immune support. Grandhealth™ Res-Cal-C uses calcium ascorbate as the source of vitamin C. It is non-acidic and gentle on the stomach. In addition, citrus bioflavonoids are added into this formula to enhance the bioavailability and effectiveness of vitamin C.

● Helps the body to metabolize fats and proteins
● Helps in connective tissue formation
● Supports maintenance of gums, teeth, bones and cartilage
● Helps wound healing
● Great antioxidant

Each Capsule contains:

Vitamin C (from Calcium Ascrobate)|600mg
Calcium (from Calcium Ascorbate)|73mg

Non-medicinal ingredients:
Citrus Bioflavonoids, Green Tea, Microcrystalline cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin, Purified Water.
Adults take 1-2 Capsules daily.

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Hemilä, Harri, Elizabeth Chalker, and Bob Douglas. "Vitamin C for preventing and treating the common cold." Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 3 (2007).

Zhao, Baolu, et al. "Scavenging effect of extracts of green tea and natural antioxidants on active oxygen radicals." Cell Biophysics 14.2 (1989): 175-185.

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