Vitamin C 101: How to Incorporate Vitamin C into Your Daily Routine

In life you are either a mother constantly telling her kids to eat Vitamin C, or you’re the child of that mother (or you’re both). That tireless advice you’ve heard from mom is right - take vitamin C and all your problems will go away. From its antioxidant properties that protect against aging, to collagen production for better skin; from maintaining a healthy immune system, to regulating mood and metabolism, vitamin C is exactly what our bodies need for a healthy and happy life. For those of us that haven’t yet incorporated vitamin C into our daily lives, we’ve compiled a quick primer to get you on the right track, leaving you looking and feeling brighter than ever.

For those looking to enhance their appearance without expensive treatments - and in the case of men, without the use of makeup - vitamin C is an easy choice to have you looking your best. Vitamin C for beauty comes in two forms – as a tablet or as a liquid. If you opt to take it as a tablet, you can expect your nails and hair to grow faster, look fuller, and remain healthy. If you’re prefer it in a liquid, the Anjou Vitamin C 20% Serum comes at an affordable price that you simply apply to your face. All you need to do is add a few drops daily and massage in. The result is healthier, smoother, and younger looking skin, with reduced lines, wrinkles, and age spots. Who doesn’t want to look younger?

Keeping a healthy diet can be harder than it seems with fast food and sugary snacks wherever you go. If you’re looking to get more Vitamin C into your diet then taking the time to eat healthy is a doctor-approved way that not only gives you the benefits of vitamin C, but also other nutrients your body needs.

The best known foods that contain vitamin C are citrus fruits. Popular citrus fruits like orange, lemons, limes, and grapefruits are all packaged with vitamin C content. Not only do they taste good but are readily available and can be eaten in the morning or as a snack in the afternoon. They can also be juiced for a delicious and healthy beverage.

Another group of vitamin C rich foods are cultured vegetables. Cultured vegetables have been fermented which enhances the nutrient content within them meaning they are absolutely full of Vitamin C. Cultured vegetables include cabbages, collards, and kale. Each of these can be found in major supermarkets or farmers markets and are commonly used in salads. Other foods packed to the brim with vitamin C include red and green bell peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, pineapple, mango, strawberries, pears, papaya, banana, kiwi fruit, walnuts and more.

If you’re looking to make vitamin C an integral part of your daily life, you can either use skin care products like the Anjou Vitamin C 20% Serum, or include more fruits and vegetables with your meals. No matter how you choose incorporate it, the effects of vitamin C will make a difference to your complexion, health, and happiness.  



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