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All you need to know about vitamin C and its benefits to counter the symptoms of corona


Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is an essential water-soluble nutrient. Ascorbic acid is essential for immune responses against infection, has important anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticoagulant, and antiviral properties, and has an essential role in tissue repair.


And according to what was published by Yahoo India News, given the effect of vitamin C on colds, reducing their duration and relieving their symptoms, intravenous administration of vitamin C may reduce the transition in patients from a mild infection to the critical stage of the Corona virus.


Many studies are being conducted on the benefits of vitamin C around the world to confirm its role in relieving the symptoms of corona and better understanding its therapeutic potential, and it is recommended to encourage people at risk of infection with this virus to take vitamin C supplements daily.


How do we get our daily dose of vitamin C?

Humans depend on vitamin C by eating fruits and vegetables because our bodies do not produce it. The recommended dietary alternative for adults 19 years of age and older is 90 mg per day for men and 75 mg for women. Smoking can deplete vitamin C levels in the body, so it is suggested for smokers Get an extra 35 mg.


For pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, the RDA increases to 85 mg and 120 mg, respectively, and the upper limit is 2,000 mg per day. Eating more than this amount may lead to digestive problems and diarrhea.


Fortunately, there are plenty of different foods to choose from that are rich in vitamin C. Some of the fruits and vegetables that contain the highest sources of vitamin C include:


cantaloupe

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kiwi

mango

red and green peppers

cabbage

Broccoli

grapes

papaya

Pineapple

Strawberry, cranberry

watermelon

It is recommended to eat fruits and vegetables raw whenever possible, because when cooked they lose some of their vital nutrients, and foods that are eaten raw at the peak of maturity contain the most vitamin C.


Green and red peppers contain more vitamin C than oranges.


Being a water-soluble nutrient, it is best absorbed when you take it on an empty stomach. If you are taking a vitamin C supplement, the best time to take it is first thing in the morning, 30-45 minutes before your meal.


Vitamin C plays an important role in promoting sleep, and studies have shown that individuals with higher concentrations of the vitamin sleep better than those with lower concentrations.


Prunes are an Australian food that contains 100 times more vitamin C than oranges, and plums contain up to 5,300 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams, making them the richest known source of this vitamin.

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