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Vitamin C

Introduction: Vitamin C

Description of Vitamin C

Vitamin C: A natural water-soluble vitamin (Vitamin C), Ascorbic Acid is a potent reducing and antioxidant agent that functions in fighting bacterial infections, in detoxifying reactions, and primarily in the formation of collagen in fibrous tissue, teeth, bones, connective tissue, skin, and capillaries. Found in citrus, in other fruits, and in vegetables, vitamin C cannot be produced or stored by humans and must be obtained in the diet. (NCI04)
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Vitamin C: Treatments

Vitamin C (treatment): Another name for Vitamin C supplements.

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