Biomedica C-Max 200g powder

Biomedica C-Max 200g powder

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PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A PRACTITIONER ONLY SUPPLEMENT. IF YOU ARE PURCHASING THIS FOR THE FIRST TIME AND HAVE NOT BEEN ADVISED BY A HEALTH PRACTITIONER TO USE THIS PRODUCT, WE WILL NEED TO CONTACT YOU TO DISCUSS APPROPRIATE & SAFE USE BEFORE DISPATCH. PLEASE SUPPLY YOUR CONTACT DETAILS.
Biomedica C-Max is a comprehensive, pleasant tasting vitamin C supplement.
  • Delicious vitamin C supplement encouraging consistent patient compliance
  • High dose vitamin C formula specifically designed to be gentle on the digestive tract
  • Comprehensive formula containing mineral ascorbates and complementary antioxidants
  • No added glucose or fructose, naturally sweetened with glycine and thaumatin; a naturally sweet protein extracted from Thaumatococcus danielli, a fruit native to the west coast of Africa
  • Convenient powdered supplement allowing for flexible prescribing, ideal for use in children and the elderly

 

• Assists in maintaining healthy immune function. Vitamin C maintains the immune system by supporting the activity of white blood cells and the antibody response. Zinc plays a role in many
immune mechanisms
• May help to reduce the severity and duration of colds
• May assist in the management of recurrent and mild upper respiratory infections
• Maintains a healthy cardiovascular system and cholesterol levels in normal healthy people
• Vitamins C, E and zinc are important nutritional antioxidants
• Antioxidant activity may result in a reduced risk of free radical damage and a reduction in the risk of cell damage
• May assist in the production of collagen, thus promoting healthy skin and connective tissue, plus minor wound repair


Dosage: Adults – take 1 level metric teaspoon (3.5g) in water or juice 1-2 times daily, or as prescribed by your health practitioner.

Warnings:
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Not to be used in children under two years of age without advice from a qualified healthcare practitioner.
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.