July 2, 2019

Heading to another stressful day at the office? Busy with duties of parenting, schooling, responsibilities of life etc.? Stress is an unavoidable consequence of life. We just can’t avoid it.

Frequent exposure to high levels of stress exhausts the body’s physical resources, impairs learning and memory, and makes people susceptible to depression. Do you know that when you’re stressed, sick, or afraid, your body begins to use more vitamin C than usual?

Vitamin C Help You Beat Stress

Vitamin C is already everybody’s favorite nutritional supplement, linked to preventing the common cold and fighting cancer. But vitamin C recently added a new notch on its belt. It helps reduce both the physical and psychological effects of stress on people.

In one study, German researchers subjected 120 people to a stressor: a public speaking task combined with math problems. Half of those studied were given 1,000 mg of vitamin C. Those who received vitamin C reported that they felt less stressed during the task. Furthermore, certain notable signs of stress, such as elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol and spikes in blood pressure, were significantly greater in those who did not receive the vitamin supplement.

Alabama researchers put laboratory rats under stress by immobilizing them for one hour a day over a three-week period. To check whether vitamin C would reduce the production of stress hormones, the rats were fed 200 milligrams a day. The study showed that vitamin C reduced the levels of stress hormones in the blood-and also reduced other typical indicators of physical and emotional stress.

The researchers believe that vitamin C should be considered an essential part of stress management. Vitamin C allows the body to quickly clear out cortisol, a primary stress hormone that increases sugars in the bloodstream. Although helpful in a fight or flight scenario, regularly elevated levels of cortisol in your body suppress normal functioning of the digestive system, reproductive system and growth processes. Vitamin C helps to regulate cortisol and prevent blood pressure from spiking in response to stressful situations.

How to Pick the Best Vitamin C Supplement?
Natural vs Synthetics

There are many vitamin C products on the market and all of them are produced using synthetically and known as Ascorbic acid. This is the cheapest form of vitamin C – but is it really vitamin C? Or is it an imitation? Ascorbic Acid is NOT vitamin C. It is synthetic, not natural and is man-made in a laboratory. Although it is chemically similar to vitamin C, it is missing some of the vital elements that make natural vitamin C so beneficial – such as rutin, bioflavonoids (vitamin P), factor K, factor J, factor P, tyrosinase and ascorbinogen. Artificial vitamin C such as ascorbic acid and calcium ascorbate are highly acidic and can cause nutrient imbalances, inhibiting internal cellular activity.

Natural whole food vitamin C found in CeleBeaute Whole C is not just vitamin C but it is a Vitamin C Complex, as it is rich in various co-nutrients and co-factors, such as rutin, bio-flavanoids, P & J & K factors, tyrosinase, ascorbinogen and ascorbic acid. This synergistic network delivers beneficial bioflavonoid food compounds that delivery organic nutritive effects to the body.

CeleBeaute Whole C is a Whole Food based Vitamin C, derived from Acerola Cherry Extract and Amla Berry Extract. This is a full-spectrum natural whole food vitamin C complex. This proprietary formulation is bursting with the many health-enhancing phytonutrients and co-factors that accompany whole food sourced vitamin C. CeleBeaute Whole C is non-acidic, free of corn-derived ascorbic acid and perfectly pure and whole — just as nature intended.

And unlike isolated ascorbic acid which have been chemically synthesized in a laboratory, CeleBeaute Whole C provides all the well-researched, immune-supporting phytonutrients that only accompany genuine, 100% natural whole food vitamin C.

Natural whole food vitamin C can provide powerful benefits. As one of the vitamins that the human body cannot produce itself, it is one of the most important vitamins you can consume for optimal health. People who have high levels of natural vitamin C do not show the expected mental and physical signs of stress when subjected to acute psychological challenges. What’s more, they bounce back from stressful situations faster than people with low levels of vitamin C in their blood.

Benefit Profile of natural whole food vitamin C

  1. Helps build immunity and handle stress better.
  2. Helps to form collagen, which is a key structural component of your bones, ligaments, tendons, and blood vessels
  3. Acts as a powerful antioxidant, protecting your cells against damage and premature free-radical induced ageing.
  4. Protects against toxins, and other harmful substances that make their way into your blood
  5. Prevents damage to fatty acids, amino acids, and glucose in your blood