Build Your Immune System with Vitamin C!!!
GNLD NeoLife delicious cherry flavored chewable Vitamin C is great for children or anyone who prefers chewable Vitamin C tablets. You can take them throughout the day to maintain high Vitamin C levels, or take a tablet whenever you want the Vitamin C value of 4 small oranges.
GNLD's ascorbic acid is derived from a vegetable base -- it is NOT synthetic. Ascorbic acid is the technical name for vitamin C. When the label of a GNLD product reflects the name ascorbic acid instead of vitamin C, or thiamin instead of B1, this does not mean the component is synthetic, nor does it indicate a change in formula. We use the technical name of the vitamin to meet regulations and labeling requirements. GNLD's philosophy has always been to use nature as our guide and to provide our distributors and customers with the highest quality, highest purity health and nutrition products available.
Benefits of GNLD's Chewable All-C™:
GNLD NeoLife chewable Vitamin C provides antioxidant activity, and is critical in the formation and maintenance of connective tissue. Vitamin C also supports proper functioning of the immune system. ***
With GNLD NeoLife Neo-Plex Concentrate: All the naturally occurring elements in whole oranges, except water (contains juice, vitamin C, flavedo, mesocarp, endocarp, protopectins, p-factors, and flavonoids), to enhance absorption and utilization of vitamin C.
Vegetable sourced GNLD NeoLife vitamin C products with Neo-Plex Concentrate contain the phytonutrient spectrum of whole oranges, assuring that you receive vitamin C just as nature intended. Rose hips, Acerola cherry and other phytonutrients are also included to support maximum utilization of vitamin C which supports the immune system.
Deliciously sweet, with the same sugars in the same ratios as in a section of whole orange.
Potent: Each Vitamin C tablet provides the vitamin C value equivalent to 4 small oranges.
Rose hips and acerola cherries provide additional natural vitamin C.
Great cherry taste in two convenient sizes; keep an extra bottle handy for delicious vitamin C anytime.
The Need for Vitamin C:
- Surgery, injury, the consumption of alcohol, stress, menstruation, diabetes and smoking tobacco (whether it is cigarettes, loose tobacco or cigars smoking) destroy Vitamin C. (25 mg of Vitamin C are destroyed each time you smoke a cigarette.)
- Vitamin C protects the cells, B complex vitamins, Vitamin E and Vitamin A from oxidation and aids in the absorption of the mineral, iron.
- Vitamin C plays an important role in nerve and brain function, the production of connective tissue and digestive enzymes, formation of teeth and bones, the healing of wounds, and glandular activity.
- There is a positive connection between vitamin C and bone calcium density in postmenopausal women.
- Vitamin A, bioflavanoids, calcium, magnesium, and manganese are important nutrients that work with Vitamin C and should be taken together and not isolated.
- Vitamin C regenerates Vitamin E and stablizes collagen.
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Serving Size 1 Tablet
(natural vegetable-sourced Ascorbic Acid and from corn, Rosehips (Rosa canina) (fruit), and Acerola, (Malpighia punicifolia) (fruit))
Neo-Plex Concentrate Contains:
Orange Juice powder ( Citrus aurantium) (fruit); Orange powder ( Citrus aurantium) (peel); Citrus Bioflavonoid.
** Daily Values not established
|Other Ingredients (less than .1 percent of volume):|
|sucrose, glucose, fructose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, natural and artificial flavors and natural color|
Suggested Use: 1 tablet daily.
Directions: Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Packaged with safety seal.
Fructose: Do not confuse high-fructose corn syrup with naturally occurring fructose. Whole-food sourced naturally occurring fructose won't stimulate the release of energy-robbing insulin. The fructose contained within each tablet occurs naturally and is from the raw ingredients, we do not add fructose. The amount present in each tablet is less than one-ninth of the amount in a single serving of corn flakes.
Glucose: Glucose, also known as grape sugar, is a simple sugar (monosaccharide) and an important carbohydrate in biology. Cells use it as the primary source of energy and a metabolic intermediate. Glucose is one of the main products of photosynthesis and starts cellular respiration. Glucose is a primary source of energy for the brain, and hence its availability influences psychological processes. When glucose is low, psychological processes requiring mental effort (e.g., self-control, effortful decision-making) are impaired [2,3,4,5].
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Sucrose: The sucrose molecule is a disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose with the molecular formula C12H22O11. Sugar forms a major element in confectionery and desserts. Cooks use it for sweetening—its fructose component, which has almost double the sweetness of glucose, makes sucrose distinctively sweet in comparison to other carbohydrate foods. It can also act as a food preservative when used in sufficient concentrations. Sucrose is important to the structure of many foods, including biscuits and cookies, cakes and pies, candy, and ice cream and sorbets. Tooth decay has arguably become the most prominent health hazard associated with the consumption of sugar. Oral bacteria such as Streptococcus mutans live in dental plaque and metabolize any sugars (not just sucrose, but also glucose, lactose, fructose, or cooked starches  into lactic acid.
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