Made from Acerola Cherries, (nothing added or taken away), this citrus-free wholefood vitamin C is easily absorbed, gentle on the stomach and only mildly acidic.
Vitamin C from Acerola Cherry
It is one of the few vitamin C products on the market that is retained by the body, (and not rapidly excreted), so we can achieve benefit from the whole amount of vitamin C in the product. However, a few of you prefer to avoid citrus-based products, and it is for this reason we have decided to include another wholefood vitamin C product into our range, from a non-citrus source.
The fruit of the acerola cherry tree is rich in vitamin C and carotenoids, with the cherry-like fruits being one of the richest-known natural sources of vitamin C. Acerola also contains a whole array of bioflavonoids, vitamins, minerals and other phyto-nutrients, making it an ideal food-based source of nutrition.
The benefits of Wholefood Cherry-C are:
- Wholefood source of vitamin C;
- Well absorbed, well retained and well utilised;
- Gentle and non-acidic;
- 200mg vitamin C per capsule;
Food State Vitamin C has been one of Nature`s Own best selling products for many years and is valued by many for its tremendous gentleness of action combined with superior effectiveness.
- Supports a charity
- 100% biodegradable packaging
- Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians
The raw material used to produce our packaging comes from Bonsucro certified sugar cane productions in Thailand.
Nature’s Own was founded in 1980 by two idealists who strived for better forms of nutrition out of a genuine desire to help the wellbeing of the nation. They pioneered the unique Food State™ and Wholefood forms of nutrition which offer better absorption, retention, and utilisation of nutrients than conventional supplements. Their products are grounded in science and supported by research and peer-reviewed studies.
Nature’s Own is a brand name of Cytoplan, wholly owned by a charitable foundation. The AIM Foundation is concerned with nutrition and health projects all over the world, as well as helping those less able to help themselves in various communities in the UK. They also provide funding to a selection of charities, including The Wave Trust, The Children’s Society and The Lighthouse Group.