An essential nutrient - it supports the normal function of our immune system and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin C cannot be stored in quantity by the body so you need to include it in your diet regularly. Good sources of vitamin C include oranges, strawberries, blackcurrants and broccoli.
The fruit of the acerola cherry tree is one of the richest-known natural sources of vitamin C. Acerola cherry also contains a whole plethora of bioflavonoids, vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients, making it an ideal food-based source of nutrition.
A key nutrient in helping support the functions of the immune system, however selenium deficiency is widespread as world soils are so depleted.
The selenium content of food is dependent upon the extent of its presence in the soil. Possible food sources meat, fish, shellfish, grains, Brazil nuts, broccoli etc.
Food State Selenium is far better absorbed and used by the body than inorganic selenium. It has been documented by the European Food Standards Agency as being the safest and most bio-effective form of Selenium.
An important mineral for over 100 processes in the body - including our immune system.
An important mineral for over 100 processes in the body - including our immune system. Soil exhaustion and the processing of food adversely affect the zinc value of the food we eat. The best sources are oysters, other seafood, red meat, chicken, fish, pumpkin and squash seeds, nuts and wholegrains. Zinc contributes to the normal function of the immune system.
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