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VITAMIN C


  • A Powerful Antioxidant That May Reduce Free Radical Damage
  • Superb Bioavailability With Micelle Liposomal Delivery [1]
  • Supports Healthy Aging, Skin Elasticity, Hair & Nail Appearance
  • Supports a Healthy Immune Response

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Why is Vitamin C Important?

PURATHRIVE® MICELLE LIPOSOMAL

VITAMIN C


You’ve no doubt heard about some of the potential benefits of Vitamin C.

But you might not be aware of just how powerful this humble micronutrient can be…

There are nearly 60,000 PubMed studies documenting the impact Vitamin C has on just about every system in the body.

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Vitamin c
One of the Most Potent Antioxidants Known to Man

In today's world, we’re constantly bombarded by toxins and stressors. The result is free radical production, pain & disease.

antioxidants help neutraliZe free radicals, and It just so happens that Vitamin C is one of the best in the business.

The water soluble micronutrient often gets overshadowed in the nutrition world by newer, more exotic antioxidant compounds, but that doesn't make it any less potent...

Not only does it support immune function, helps combat oxidation and helps support a health inflammatory response, Vitamin C can aid the body in regenerating Glutathione - another immensely powerful antioxidant.

the key takeaway:

“Even in small amounts vitamin C can protect indispensable molecules in the body, such as proteins, lipids (fats), carbohydrates, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), from damage by free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) that are generated during normal metabolism, by active immune cells, and through exposure to toxins and pollutants…”

Linus Pauling Institute[8]

There’s just one big issue...

Most People Aren’t Getting Anywhere Near
Enough Vitamin C

HUMAN EVOLUTION WORKS IN MYSTERIOUS WAYS...

Unlike most mammals, we humans have lost our ability to produce our own Vitamin C.

Whatever the reason, Vitamin C deficiency is a very real and growing problem.

It’s estimated that 25-33% of people are marginally deficient, and up to 20% of some populations are severely deficient. And if you’re a college student, smoker, or older adult - you may be at an even higher risk!

[9,10]

So, what are your options for obtaining Vitamin C?

The three main methods available to you right now include:

1. Whole Foods

For the most part, whole foods are a great first point of call. Foods like red peppers, oranges, and leafy greens are rich in Vitamin C and many other important vitamins and minerals too.

But here’s the big problem that then the healthiest people run into:

1. Whole Foods

Modern agricultural techniques mean soils are much more
depleted in key nutrients that they used to be.

A Kushi Institute analysis of nutrient data from 1975 to 1997 found that average Vitamin C levels in crops had reduced by 30% and it’s likely we’ve seen even more depletion in the 20 years since then.[13]

What’s more, cooking methods such as stir-frying and boiling lead to a further decrease in Vitamin C content of 38%, compared to raw or lightly steamed veg.[14]

2. Conventional supplements

If you're unable to obtain all the Vitamin C you’d like from your food, supplementation seems like the logical next step.

When done right it can work wonders, but for the most part, that’s not the case…

 2. Conventional supplements

  • To cut costs many manufacturers will source cheap ingredients from China and fill their product with artificial fillers, flavorings and processed ingredients to make them palatable.
  • Then there’s the issue of absorption. Due to poor quality ingredients and a disregard to bioavailability, absorption of conventional, synthetic oral Vitamin C supplements is typically extremely poor (with some estimating as low as 15%).[14,15]
  • Digestive issues are also common. Ascorbic acid (the supplement form of Vitamin C) has a very low pH and when not treated properly, can lead to stomach issues such as cramping and diarrhea.[17]

the sad truth is that with many CHEAP supplements out there today, you’re essentially paying for sugar pills. It’s unlikely YOU’LL experience the real benefits that Vitamin C has to offer.

3. Intravenous Vitamin C

Long-time considered the gold standard for Vitamin C absorption, IVs deliver the micronutrient directly into the bloodstream.

It’s a great option if you have access to it, but it doesn't come without its drawbacks:

  • Getting an IV can be inconvenient, as it ideally needs to be done by a medical professional. That means booking an appointment, traveling to the facility, getting the procedure done and then traveling back home. Most people simply don’t have that time in the day.
  • Then there’s the cost. Intravenous Vitamin C treatments range in price, upwards of $200 for a single dosage. As Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that needs to be regularly topped up, that’s a lot to fork out for a one off serving!
  • Intravenous means dealing with needles. Even if you have the funds and time to get regular Vitamin C IVs, it still means you have to face the needle whenever you want a top up. For those with a phobia, this can be a scary prospect!

Thankfully, there’s now another way...

Vitamin C

THE PURATHRIVE®

DIFFERENCE


Oral Vitamin C specifically designed for superb absorption.

Our advanced delivery system allows Vitamin C to pass through the digestive system safely and target the cells that need it most.

We use a revolutionary process 100% unique to PuraTHRIVE® to administer Vitamin C quickly and efficiently. We’ll get into the details soon, but first...

Here’s how it stacks up against other
Vitamin C delivery methods:

comparison table

Introducing MICELLE Liposomal Delivery:
The New Gold Standard

step one

Ferment

STEP 1

VITAMIN C Fermentation

First we use an all-natural fermentation process to produce a high quality, bioavailable form of Vitamin C, L-Ascorbic Acid.

The L-Ascorbic Acid used in our Micelle Liposomal Vitamin C is the form found in nature that’s much easier for your body to absorb and use than the synthetic version, D-Ascorbic Acid.

step two

Acid
Buffer

STEP 2

ACID BUFFERING for easy digestion

To counteract the low pH of Ascorbic Acid and avoid any stomach upset, we buffer it with a natural bicarbonate downstream process, allowing the Vitamin C to react with natural Potassium Bicarbonate.

The Ascorbic Acid releases the potassium, producing CO2 which then helps neutralize the Vitamin C to make it easy to digest & utilize.

step three

Liposomal
Delivery

STEP 3

Micelle Liposomal Encapsulation & Delivery

Time for the finishing touch. The Vitamin C is then encapsulated into tiny, nano-sized micelles which are further enveloped into liposomes - essentially healthy fat cells.

The protective liposomes shield the tiny Vitamin C micelles from the hostile environment and absorption barriers found in the human gut.

As the liposomes travel through the digestive system, they slowly peel away in a controlled manner. The micelles are gradually released and eventually the buffered Vitamin C is deposited near the gut lining where it can be fully absorbed.

THE RESULT?

Vitamin C is protected through all stages
of digestion, and delivered safely to the cells that need it most.

The Four A’s
of Micelle Liposomal Vitamin C

The list of potential benefits go on and on. But here are four of our favorites.

Age Gracefully:

Drink from the fountain of youth

As well as helping you battle the aging process by neutralizing free radicals and reducing oxidative cell damage, Vitamin C plays a key role in the synthesis and absorption of collagen.

Why is that important?

Collagen is a key structural protein found in the body that is also often used as supplement in the beauty industry to promote healthy hair, nails and connective tissues.

It can also help keep you looking and feeling youthful by protecting your skin from UV damage from the sun, as well as improving hydration, and reducing discoloration. [2]

Anti-ageing

Absorption:

Get the most out of your food

Vitamin C doesn't just boast a ton of benefits in its own right - it may also be the key to unlocking the nutrition in your food.

As well as improving collagen bioavailability, Vitamin C can help the body absorb:

Iron - essential for the production of red blood cells and maintaining energy levels.[18]

Vitamin E - works synergistically with Vitamin C, protects against environmental toxins and promotes eye health.[19]

Zinc - together with Vitamin C has been shown to have an immune enhancing effect, as well as balancing hormone levels and modulating fertility.[20]

Absorption

And that’s not all…

Curcumin

Curcumin + Vitamin C
The ultimate combo?

Vitamin C

Vitamin C just so happens to pair nicely with another compound that we’re big fans of here at PuraTHRIVE® - Turmeric Curcumin.

As you might already know, alone Curcumin supplementation has a wide range of potential benefits, including support for healthy joint function.[21] But when paired with Vitamin C, the results are taken to the next level.

Just some of the potential benefits include:

  • Improved Circulation & Heart Health - In animal Studies, Curcumin has been shown to increase the effect of Vitamin C in protecting the function of endothelial cells (those that line the walls of blood vessels).[22]
  • Enhanced Detoxification - Animal studies showed that taking Curcumin along with Vitamin C before exposure to toxic cadmium resulted in enhanced protection and recovery.[23]
  • Boosted Sexual Health - The powerful synergistic antioxidant effect of Curcumin and Vitamin C has been shown to support healthy sperm.[24]

Attention:

KEEP YOUR BRAIN SHARP

Vitamin C is proving to be more than just a simple antioxidant, and may be one of the most important supplements available for anyone looking to maintain their mental edge.

It seems that the unique properties of the micronutrient may offer increased blood flow to certain parts of the brain and potentially even improving cognitive function in later life.[25]

Although more research is needed into this area, it’s a promising thought for those with cognitive health issues...[26]

Attention

Athleticism:

Set Your Personal Best

From the workplace to the track, Vitamin C could soon be a go-to with regards to increased performance. We briefly mentioned earlier that Vitamin C may support healthy heart function and blood flow, two very important factors in almost any sporting discipline.

But there’s more...

  • Research suggests that Vitamin C supplementation can reduce post-exercise muscle soreness, and when combined with Vitamin E, it can even negate the increasing effects of exercise in both trained and untrained individuals.[26,27]
  • Higher Vitamin C levels are significantly correlated with lower BMI, percentage of body fat, and waist circumference - all of which can be important for both health and performance.[29]
  • And for the males, by protecting the testes from oxidative stress, animal studies suggest that Vitamin C (in combination with Vitamin E) can preserve testosterone levels - a key hormone involved in muscle growth and repair.[30]

Athleticism

Our 3-Step Formula:
For Ultimate Wellness

1. High Quality Vitamin C

Non GMO, Gluten Free, Dairy Free L-Ascorbic Acid manufactured in a cGMP Compliant Lab. No compromises.

2. Ultimate Bioavailability

Revolutionary Micelle Liposomal delivery technology for superb absorption. The new Gold Standard Vitamin C.

3. Great Tasting

No artificial colors or flavors used whatsoever - just great tasting, all natural vanilla and citrus oils.

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† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Glycerin, *Vitamin C Liposomal Proprietary Blend (non GMO Sunflower oil containing Phosphatidylcholine and Vitamin C as Ascorbic Acid)), Purified Water, Citrus oil and Vanilla (Natural Flavors), Vitamin E, Beta Carotene (natural color), Potassium Bicarbonate, Oleic Acid, and Citric Acid.

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