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What Is The Best Way To Absorb Vitamins
Would it be good to combine vitamin C crystals (absorbic acid) with coconut oil for a good topical antioxidant combination?
Hmm..: There is actually liposomal glutathione available that can be applied to skin. Sometimes it is combined with superoxide dismutase. ...Read more
One and the same: Ascorbic acid is the chemical name for vitamin c (just as pyridoxine is the chemical name of vit b6 etc.). Vit c is an essential nutrient for every cell of our body.We need it every day as we can't store it.It's crucial for the health of skin, connective tissue, immune system, preventing heart disease etc. See http://www.Lef.Org/magazine/mag2008/apr2008_newly-discovered-benefits-of-vitamin-c_01.Htm. ...Read more
1 K mg of Vitamin C: is not bad for you. The half-life of C in the body is about 12 hours. Better to split the dose into a.m. and p.m. doses. You can also take 1K in a.m. and 1K in p.m. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Is taking 400 iu vitamin E and 1000mg ascorbic acid daily can whiten my skin? Is it not dangerous for my health
Probably safe but...: I doubt you'll find agreement here about whether this will have any effect on your natural skin color. I trust you're wearing sunscreens. More important, i hope that you'll be pleased with whatever color your skin is naturally. Where i live, judging a person by their skin color is considered the height of ignorance; this will surely be the norm worldwide in the near future. Think for yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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