FIVE MYTHS OF VITAMIN C
CURING THE COMMON COLD
Just because you take vitamin C does not mean that you will not catch the common cold. This applies to most people and the reason I say most people is that results can vary in terms of recipients and gender. There is as is often the case – exceptions to every rule.
NEXT, CITRUS IS THE BEST SOURCE OF VITAMIN C.
This is a myth, the best sources of vitamin C are in actual fact veggies. You might be surprised to know that a raw red bell pepper can pack 200 or 300 mg of vitamin C.
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