Can I Consume 2 C Ester And Imboost Food Supplements Together?
Good evening. I want to ask, can I take Holisticare Ester C supplement with Imboost? I am lacking in vit C and also I want to strengthen my immunity in the rainy season amid a dandemic, my nose is sensitive so it is easy for colds / parties in cold or dusty conditions. Thank you …
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Daily requirement of vitamin C is 65-90 mg daily with a maximum daily dose of 2,000 mg. To fulfill this need basically if you consume healthy and balanced food, then it has been fulfilled from foods such as fruits or vegetables without requiring additional supplementation.
Vitamin C deficiency itself is quite rare and generally only causes symptoms after inadequate intake for several weeks or months and generally occurs together with other severe nutritional deficiencies. Symptoms that can be caused are in the form of fatigue, lethargy, weight loss, painful joints and muscles that are quite heavy. If the needs continue unfulfilled for months, then more severe symptoms will appear such as connective tissue disorders, swelling of the gums, bleeding gums, increased risk of bleeding, impaired repair of wounds or even disruption of nerve function.
Therefore, in fact you do not need vitamin C supplementation unless you are based on a doctor's examination indeed declared to have vitamin C deficiency. Although excessive consumption of vitamin C is not dangerous and the vitamin C supplement you are asking about in general is quite safe if taken together with a supplement to power up hold your body that you also consume, still more recommended not to consume excessive vitamin C and more recommended to live a healthy lifestyle such as maintaining adequate and balanced nutritional intake, increasing vegetable and fruit intake, maintaining a fluid intake of at least 2 liters a day, doing regular exercise , get enough rest and avoid excess stress.
Nasal complaints that easily lead to complaints if exposed to dust or cold air is not a symptom of vitamin C deficiency, but can be caused by several other conditions such as allergic rhinitis, vasomotor rhinitis, ARI, sinusitis or nasal polyps.
If you do feel there are complaints that mimic symptoms of vitamin C deficiency, you should consult with your doctor before deciding to take vitamin C supplements without clear recommendations.
I hope this helps.