Blackmores Bio C 1000mg 31 Tablets Vitamin C
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Blackmores Bio C® 1000 is a potent one-a-day formula to give you a boost of vitamin C to reduce the severity and duration of common cold symptoms.With over 200 viruses that can cause the common cold it’s hard to avoid catching a cold. Adults can experience an average of 2-4 colds a year.
The immune system is the body’s natural defence mechanism against germs, a healthy lifestyle is a good way to support your immune system.
Vitamin C is referred to as an essential nutrient because the body cannot make it or extensively store it and must be obtained from food.
Vitamin C helps reduce the severity and duration of common cold symptoms due to its ability to support a healthy immune function.
It is an antioxidant and helps reduce free radicals formed in the body.
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Blackmores BIO C® 1000 is buffered with mineral ascorbates making it gentler on the stomach compared to ascorbic acid alone and contains rosehips and acerola which are sources of vitamin C.
A high potency one-a-day dose of vitamin C to help reduce the severity and duration of common cold symptoms.
Suitable For: Adults
Boxed Contents: A mustard, oblong-shaped tablet.
Size: 31 Tablets
KEY FEATURES• High potency , one a day day vitamin C
• Supports healthy immune system function
• Helps reduce the severity and duration of colds
Active Ingredients: Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 385 mg
Calcium ascorbate dihydrate (ascorbic acid, vitamin C 315 mg) 381 mg
Sodium ascorbate (ascorbic acid, vitamin C 300 mg) 339 mg
(total vitamin C 1000 mg)
Citrus bioflavonoids extract 25 mg
Rutoside 50 mg
Hesperidin 50 mg
Rosa canina (rosehips) extract dry conc. 62.5 mg equiv. to dry fruit 250 mg
Malpighia glabra (acerola) extract dry conc. 12.5 mg equiv. to dry fruit 50 mg.
Allergen Free From: Artificial Flavours| Artificial Preservatives
Recyclable Packaging?: No