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Natural Vitamin C vs. Synthetic Vitamin C vs. Ester C
 

Vitamin C is perhaps the very first thing that pops into our heads whenever someone says something about vitamins. It boosts the immune system, functions as an antioxidant, and helps maintain healthier, firmer, and younger skin. We do not manufacture our own vitamins and so we count on foods for all we need.

You might be startled to discover that most multivitamins are produced through the use of synthetics. The term synthetic means man-made and cannot be found in the environment. Some of these multivitamin products continue to claim to be natural given that scientist have determined that synthetics are comparable to their whole-food counterparts. This is, nonetheless, a fallacy.

Synthetic vitamins are not manufactured much the same way as natural vitamins and they are devoid of similar compounds after the production process is completed. Instead, synthetic vitamin C is produced by taking and breaking down cornstarch with heat, acetone, enzymes, as well as hydrochloric acid, to generate the end product, which is ascorbic acid.

A small amount of ascorbic acid may be found in nature as part of a complex of phytonutrients that gather together as natural vitamin C. Natural vitamin C includes bioflavonoids, rutin, K factors, J factors, tyrosinase, B factors, and ascorbic on the synthetic. The Ascorbic acid form of vitamin C can be found in vitamins, pasteurized foods, and fortified foods.

Whenever we take ascorbic acid, it stimulates the body to withdraw nutrients from organs and tissues. A lot of people take big doses of vitamin C, particularly during flu and cold season, in the hope of reducing the chances of getting sick. There is no problem with that, because as the dosage is increased, at one point there is a reduction in the absorption process, the body reacts with diarrhea.

The benefits gained from vitamin C are negated by the synthetic vitamin C. Moreover, ascorbic acid has been associated with DNA damage and may enhance oxidation rather than counteracting it. Ascorbic acid also destroys the beneficial bacteria in the gut that help in the digestion process.

Natural vitamin C can be found in whole foods as well as whole food-based supplements. It is the type of vitamin C that is less processed, more active, and less toxic compared to the synthetic isolate. Natural vitamin C is responsible for maintaining cardiovascular health, promoting healing, boosting immune cell function, working as an antioxidant, and fighting off allergic responses and different types of allergies. Several studies have demonstrated that the antioxidant impacts of vitamin C work effectively in combination with other antioxidants.

Ester C is an acid neutral product with different composition from natural vitamin C or ascorbic acid. The primary component of Ester C is calcium ascorbate and other ingredients, including vitamin C metabolites, which are calcium threonate and dehydroascorbic acid. Manufacturers of Ester C claim that it has superior bioavailability compared to vitamin C. However, research studies do not support this statement.

In a study published in 2006, it was found that participants with high sensitivity to acidic foods are able to tolerate Ester C better compared to regular vitamin C. These individuals did not experience any stomach side effects. Then again, research does not support the claim of Ester C’s superior bioavailability.

References
http://www.livestrong.com/article/410822-differences-between-ester-c-vitamin-c/
http://blog.optimumhealthvitamins.com/ester-c-what-makes-it-better
http://www.differencebetween.net/science/health/difference-between-vitamin-c-and-ester-c/

 
   
 
 
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