Take Vitamin C With Sterile Milk?
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The product you mentioned contains 1000 mg vitamin C. This is a high dose. As for the need for vitamin C in children is 45 mg / day, men aged 19 years and over is 90 mg / day and women aged 19 years and over is 75 mg / day. It seems that the comparison is very far yes. The dose of vitamin C which is toxic if it is in the body is 2000 mg. So it is not recommended for you to consume vitamin C in such levels.
Vitamin C plays a role in increasing body resistance, collagen formation, preventing aging of the skin and as an antioxidant. Indeed vitamin C is needed by the body, but the body cannot make it on its own, so it requires intake from outside. These needs can generally be fulfilled by only consuming food sources of vitamin C every day, such as oranges, papayas, mangoes, lemons, broccoli, potatoes and others. So it is very rare to find people who experience severe vitamin C deficiency or deficiency.
If someone has a mild vitamin C deficiency, the skin will be marked to be dull, branched hair, canker sores or swollen gums. This condition can be overcome by providing supplements that contain vitamin C according to the needs of the daily dose. No need to give vitamin C in high doses.
Meanwhile, taking vitamin C in doses that exceed the requirements will cause the kidneys are at risk of developing kidney stones. This is because excess vitamin C cannot be stored by the body, but will be removed through the kidneys along with urine or urine. If the heavy dose is overloaded it can cause poisoning.
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