Not All Vitamin C Supplements Are Created Equal

Not All Vitamin C Supplements Are Created Equal

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Hey Friends,

Vitamin C is an essential vitamin for humans that we have to get from our food or supplementation. It's common knowledge that not getting enough vitamin C can have a serious impact on our wellbeing. Vitamin C supports a healthy immune system and healthy cardiovascular system, along with the health of our skin*. It's also an antioxidant, which means it helps prevent oxidation in the body. Oxidation means faster aging–something most of us would like to delay as much as possible!* 

Vitamin C is a very popular supplement on the market and rightfully so, but did you know that not all vitamin C supplements are created equal?* Many are made of ascorbic acid, which can be harder on the digestive system, making it too harsh for sensitive people.* Then there's the fact that so many Vitamin C supplements contain poor quality fillers and additives, citric acid, and other troublesome ingredients. With so many options for Vitamin C, it can be hard to know which is best for you and your loved ones.

That is why we created our Micro-C Vitamin C supplement, to bring you a truly clean option that is also potent but gentle.* Vimergy Micro-C is a special type of buffered vitamin C that is in the form of calcium ascorbate and magnesium ascorbate. This form is less acidic than traditional forms like ascorbic acid, and as a result people may find this form easier to digest.* Our Micro-C is also enhanced with Grape Seed Extract, Rose Hips, and bioflavonoids like Rutin and Acerola. And as with all Vimergy products, our Micro-C does not contain citric acid, grains, gluten, soy, maltodextrin, magnesium stearate, gelatin, or other poor quality fillers.*

If you'd like to try our gentle, buffered, special vitamin C formula, you can pick up Micro-C today! Micro-C is non GMO/not bioengineered and is Kosher, Vegan, and Paleo-friendly. To order yours today, click the button below!

To your health,
Team Vimergy