How to use vitamin C in a sentence
Taking vitamin C every day probably won’t hurt you, but you almost certainly don’t need it.How a Nobel Prize winner spread the vitamin C myth | empire | June 26, 2021 | Popular-Science
As for cancer, the best-quality data show that vitamin C supplements have no effect on your likelihood of getting cancer, nor on the outcome of cancer once you have it.How a Nobel Prize winner spread the vitamin C myth | empire | June 26, 2021 | Popular-Science
Another study showed that vitamin C levels in canned peaches are four times higher than in fresh peaches.Which fruits and vegetables don’t count toward your ‘5 a day’? New study has answers. | Cara Rosenbloom | March 18, 2021 | Washington Post
This is why cooked dried lentils have only a tenth of the vitamin C of raw sprouted ones.Grow fresh, nutrient-rich sprouts at home—no garden required | By Farideh Sadeghin/Saveur | March 16, 2021 | Popular-Science
In addition to its low cost and lengthy fridge life span, it is packed with vitamin C and other nutrients.Cabbage is always there for you. Here’s how to give it the respect it deserves. | Aaron Hutcherson | February 19, 2021 | Washington Post
Some of them have a decent amount of vitamin C or Vitamin A or calcium.
Fennel has been used medicinally for years, and pairs beautifully with oranges, the classic vitamin C source.
Vitamin B complex, vitamin C—and, finally, half a dozen highly questionable contraceptive pills?Inside John Barth | William W. Stuart
British Dictionary definitions for vitamin C
another name for ascorbic acid
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Scientific definitions for vitamin C
A water-soluble vitamin important for healthy skin, teeth, bones, and blood vessels. It is found especially in citrus fruits, tomatoes, potatoes, and green leafy vegetables. A deficiency of vitamin C in the diet causes scurvy. Also called ascorbic acid. Chemical formula: C6H8O6.
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