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Worry about catching a Viral-related Cold / Flu, Cough or Fever? 

Fear not! Let’s win the battle with Vitamin C + Bioflavanoids

Looking for some quality bioflavanoid-enriched Vitamin C to fight infections? CHECK IT OUT from HERE now!!!

Keen to Boost your body's immune system, but not a big fan of the conventional Vitamin C? Have you heard of Rose Hips

Sinus problem? Tend to fall sick on a monthly basis? Many consider rose hips as the “fruit” of the rose bush. 
But do you know that rose hips is not only rich in Vitamin C, but also a good source of fibre, calcium, magnesium, essential fats?
Not only that, rose hips is also a good source of flavonoids. When consumed together with Vitamin C, flavonoids does enhance the Vitamin C absorption in our body!
Rose hips is proven to be a good antioxidant, & can help diarrhoea-, blood sugar- & even fats- control! 
 
Recharge your immune system now with Rose Hips >> HERE !!
 
The above information is provided for education purposes only.
 
References:
Vitamin C
1. Hemila, H. 2004, “Vitamin C Supplementation and Respiratory Infections : a Systematic Review”, Military Medicine, vol. 169, 11:920
2. Bruno, G. 2002, “Vitamin C & Bioflavanoids”, Smart Supplementation, https://www.huhs.edu/literature/Vitamin%20C.pdf
Rose Hips
1. Oprica et al. 2015, “Ascorbic Acid content of Rose hip fruit depending on altitude”, Iran Journal of Public Health, vol. 44 (1), pp. 138 – 139
2. Elpel et al. 2014, “Foraging the Mountain West: Gourmet Edible Plants, Mushrooms, and Meat”, Pony, MT: Hops, LLC.
3. Elpel et al. 2004, “Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification: Thomas J. Elpel’s Herbal Field Guide to Plant Families”,  Pony, MT: HOPS.
4. Moore, M 1979, “Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West: A Guide to the Identification, Preparation, and Uses of Traditional Medicinal Plants Found in the Mountains”, Foothills, and Upland Areas of the American West. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of New Mexico.
5. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2013 31;(1):CD000980.doi:10.1002/14651858.CD000980.pub
6. Mikels, A J.. 2017, “Vitamin C and Skin Health.” , Linus Pauling Institute. Neutrogena Corporation,  <http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/micronutrients-health/skin-health/nutrient-index/vitamin-C>.
7. Wax, E. , and Zieve.D. 2017,  “Vitamin C.” MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia. U.S. National Institute of Medicine, n.d. <https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/002404.htm>.
8. Med Monatsschr Pharm. 2009 Feb;32(2):49-54; quiz 55-6.
9. “Rose Hip / Rosehip”, HerbWisdom.com, https://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-rose-hip.html
10. “The difference between natural and synthetic Vitamin C – we explain”, https://rosehipvital.com.au/the-difference-beteeen-natural-and-synthetic-vitamin-c-we-explain/ 

Posted On: 13/07/2020

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