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VITAMIN C 1000 ascorbic acid tablets

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Vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets

Active ingredient: ascorbic acid 1000 mg.

Areas of application: prophylaxis of vitamin C deficiency, if adequate intake through nutrition is not ensured; Therapy of vitamin C deficiency diseases.

For ascorbic acid, VITAMIN C 1000 information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Wörwag Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, 71034 Boeblingen

VITAMIN C 1000 film-coated tablets.

High-dose vitamin C: For prophylaxis & in case of deficiency symptoms
Around 30 percent of all adult women and men in Germany achieve the daily intake of vitamin C recommended by the German Nutrition Society (DGE) not. 1This vitamin deficiency can manifest itself in weakened immune systems and disorders in the connective tissue. The resulting symptoms are general tiredness and poor performance, an increased susceptibility to infections and slower recovery after illness. An advanced vitamin C deficiency can have serious health consequences such as scurvy with joint pain, bleeding and delayed wound healing. 2

If the daily requirement for vitamin C cannot be supplied through the diet, doctors recommend the prevention of a vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C loss through the preparation and storage of food Vitamin C is obtained through the consumption of vitamin-rich foods such as fruit and vegetables. However, when they are processed, an average of 30 percent preparation losses occur, and cooking and keeping food warm can even lead to a complete loss of the vitamin content. Due to the enzyme ascorbate oxidase contained in many plants, vitamin C can already be lost when fruit and vegetables are stored.
taking vitamin C. With an effective high dose of 1000 mg vitamin C, the vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets from Wörwag Pharma have proven themselves both for prophylaxis and in the treatment of vitamin C deficiency diseases. The yellow oblong tablets can be divided thanks to a break notch in the middle. This means that the film-coated tablet can be easily adapted to individual vitamin C requirements and is easy to swallow. In addition, the drug is manufactured in Germany.

In proven German pharmaceutical quality for 20 years
• Made in Germany
• To strengthen the immune system
• Effective high dose with 1000 mg of vitamin C
• Only taken once a day
• Divisible film-coated tablet, easy to swallow and individually dosed
• Stomach-friendly and gluten-free
• To prevent vitamin C deficiency and treat deficiency diseases.

Vitamin loss through the preparation and storage of food.
Vitamin C is supplied through the consumption of vitamin-rich foods such as fruit and vegetables. When processing them, however, there is an average of 30 percent preparation losses, cooking and keeping food warm can even lead to a complete loss of the vitamin content. Due to the enzyme ascorbate oxidase contained in many plants, vitamin C can already be lost when fruit and vegetables are stored.

Vitamin C: essential for the immune system to function
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid in specialist circles, is a water-soluble vitamin that has strong antioxidant properties. Antioxidant is the protective and health-promoting effect of the so-called antioxidants found in fruit and vegetables. As an antioxidant, vitamin C prevents the oxidation of various substances and protects against free radicals, which means that vitamin C has a health-promoting effect. It is essential for skin renewal and the function of the immune system and is therefore of central importance for health, performance and well-being.

RECOMMENDED ascorbic acid, VITAMIN C 1000 USE:
Vitamin C 1000 film- coated tablets from Wörwag Pharma are chewed whole with sufficient liquid, e.g. B. with a glass of water.

Adults take 50 to 200 mg ascorbic acid daily to prevent vitamin C deficiency. This corresponds to a maximum of half a film-coated tablet of vitamin C 1000 every second to third day.

Unless otherwise prescribed by a doctor, the dose for deficiency diseases due to an acute vitamin C deficiency is 200 to 1000 mg ascorbic acid per day, corresponding to half to a whole film-coated tablet daily. It is taken until the symptoms have subsided.

The oval film-coated tablet with a break notch can be divided into two equal doses for exact dosing.

STRENGTHENING YOUR DEFENSES
Vitamin C fulfills numerous important functions in the organism and is involved, among other things, in strengthening the immune system. If there is a lack of vitamin C or if there is an increased need, for example due to physical exertion, this can be noticeable, among other things, in an increased susceptibility to infections and recurring infections. A summarizing evaluation of 29 different studies came to the result that taking vitamin C reduces the duration of the cold1 and the frequency of colds decreases in particularly physically stressed people, such as athletes 3 or people with marginal vitamin C levels 4 .

INCREASED VITAMIN C REQUIREMENTS FOR SMOKERS
Smokers have a higher need for vitamin C. As a result of the increased formation of free radicals in the body, more antioxidants are consumed, which causes a strong reduction in the corresponding vitamins. The intake of vitamin C recommended by the DGE is 135 mg per day for women who smoke and 155 mg per day for men, which is around 13% higher. If the increased need can not only be covered by nutrition, it is advisable to supply high-dose vitamin C by taking a drug such as Vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets from Wörwag Pharma.

FOR SENIORS
Although the need for calories decreases with age, the need for essential vitamins and minerals remains the same. Due to loss of appetite, taking medication and an unbalanced diet, the elderly can suffer from a deficient supply of vitamin C. A targeted supply of vitamin C can compensate for the deficiency and counteract any sequelae.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ascorbic acid, VITAMIN C 1000 & ANSWERS:

How much vitamin C does the body need?
According to the German Nutrition Society (DGE), the daily requirement for vitamin C is 95 mg per day for adult women and 110 mg per day for men. An increased intake is recommended for pregnant women from the 4th month (105 mg) and nursing mothers (125 mg). In addition, there is an increased need of 135 and 155 mg ascorbic acid per day for women and men who smoke.

How can I protect myself from a vitamin C deficiency?
With a balanced, vitamin-rich diet with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, you can help strengthen your immune system and adequately prevent a vitamin C deficiency. Please note that the storage and preparation of food can lead to a partial or total loss of vitamin C.

If it is not possible to get enough vitamin C through the diet, taking a drug with high-dose vitamin C can protect against possible deficiency symptoms.

Which foods contain a lot of vitamin C?
Rose hips and acerola cherries have the highest vitamin C content with 1250 and 1300 mg ascorbic acid per 100 g, respectively. Vegetables and fruits such as paprika are also rich in vitamin C - yellow paprika has the highest vitamin C content at 294 mg / 100 g - broccoli and kale as well as black currants, kiwi and citrus fruits such as grapefruit, oranges and lemons.

What should you watch out for when storing vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets?
Vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets should not be stored above 25 ° C. Please keep the medicine away from children at all times.

Are vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets a medicinal product?
Yes, vitamin C 1000 film-coated tablets is a medicinal product that is approved in accordance with the strict regulations of pharmaceutical law. Clinical studies must prove the effectiveness and safety of the drug, and the dosages of all ingredients are precisely checked and determined as part of the approval process.

1 MRI National Consumption Study II, 2008 C Oral, A11G1 Vitamin C pure.
2 Maxfield L, Crane JS. Vitamin C Deficiency. 2020 Jul 2. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing
3Hemilä H, Chalker E. Vitamin C for preventing and treating the common cold. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2013 Jan 31; (1): CD000980.
4 Johnston CS et al. 2014. Vitamin C supplementation slightly improves physical activity levels and reduces cold incidence in men with marginal vitamin C status: a randomized controlled trial. Nutrients. 2014 Jul 9; 6 (7): 2572-83.