Whole C IQ contains the minerals and enzymes that make the whole molecule of vitamin C
Many popular Vitamin C supplements these days consist of ascorbic acid which lack the intricate and complex parts of the molecules found in Vitamin C from wholefood sources. These minerals and enzymes, found in the wholefood vitamin C of Whole C IQ, give the mitochondria in our cells what they need to function properly.*
This formula focuses on supporting your energy and immune system with quality vitamin C, the way nature intended:
- Support Energy Production*
- Promote Immune Health*
- Enhance Adrenal Function*
The bioavailable nutrients found in whole food vitamin C are essential for both the proper chaperoning of iron and also for the ability to turn oxygen into energy in the cell.*
Active Ingredients: Amla Fruit Extract, Sea Salt, Bicarbonate
- Serving Size: 5 capsules
- Servings Per Container: 30
- Vitamin C (From amla fruit extract) 500mg
- Sodium (from sea salt) 150mg
- Potassium (as potassium bicarbonate) 225mg
Contains No sugar, dairy, yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, preservatives or artificial colors or flavors.
Vitamin C is a complex molecule comprised of many parts...
Ascorbic acid plays a vital role, but it is not everything!
Humans have a pretty good track record of focusing on just trying to gain all the benefits from focusing on just this one part of nature. Such is the case with just focusing on ascorbic acid instead of the whole molecule of vitamin C.
Without a deeper understanding and respect for the intricate design of both the nutrients as nature intended for our bodies to consume, and also for the design of the body itself, we run the risk of short term gain in one part of the body or with one symptom but long term dysfunction in some of other part of the body.
Ascorbic Acid VS Wholefood Vitamin C
There can be some benefits associated with a cheap ascorbic acid based Vitamin C supplement, but consuming it by itself will cause an uncoupling of copper from ceruloplasmin, a very, very important protein in the body.
When ceruloplasmin lacks copper, then the ability of that protein to harness, regulate and chaperone iron is lost. Unchaperoned iron wreaks havoc in the body and is arguably the number one cause of oxidative stress and inflammation (the root cause of just about every disease) in the human body.
Copper is the mineral inside the cells that takes the oxygen from the taxi driver and activates it or uses it appropriately to make energy in the cell. This bioavailable form of copper that is found in whole food vitamin C is essential for both the proper chaperoning of iron and also for the ability to turn oxygen into energy in the cell.