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Natural vitamin C

We love to focus on your blood circulation, as it is the nutrient highway. That is why it is also important to have good conditions for this. Read, among other articles, our post about fertility yoga here.

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that contributes to the normal formation of collagen (a protein in the connective tissue), which is important for normal functioning blood vessels – and we like that 😊 

The vitamin is absorbed from the part of the small intestine which is the closest to the stomach, called the jejunum. It is a water-soluble vitamin, which means that if your body does not use it you can excrete it through urine. Therefore, it is a good idea to have a regular supply of vitamin C.

Most animals are able to synthesize vitamin C in their bodies, but we are among the few species that cannot and therefore, we must supply it through our diet.

La Roar’s source of vitamin C is natural and is extracted from Brazilian acerola berries (Malpighia glabra), also known as Barbados cherries or Antillean cherries. The berries are harvested just before they ripen and are most potent in vitamin C.  The acerola fruit is considered to be one of the richest natural sources of vitamin C. If a normal orange has a vitamin C content of approximately 0.05%, acerola may contain up to 4,5%.

Read more about La Roar’s natural source of vitamin C here.

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