Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Description :

It is considered a carrier of iron in the body, without which the iron used to compensate for anemia cannot be absorbed / essential in collagen synthesis / It protects against scurvy, which when vitamin C deficiency causes spots on the skin and affects the health of the gums, making it more vulnerable to bleeding as a result of weak capillaries / and in In the case of smokers, their need of the vitamin increases to +35 mg above the normal minimum range per day.

Source :

Acerola

1680 mg


Guava

228 mg


Kale

93.4 mg


Kiwi (Green)

92.7 mg


Broccoli

89.2 mg


Dill

85 mg


Strawberry

58.8 mg


Abiyuch

54.1 mg


Lemon

53 mg


Cauliflower

48.2 mg


Pineapple

47.8 mg


Lemon Juice

38.7 mg


Mango

36.4 mg


Garlic

31.2 mg


Lime

29.1 mg


Spinach

28.1 mg


Gooseberry

27.7 mg


Coriander

27 mg


Clementine

26.7 mg


Raspberries

26.2 mg


Apple (Rose)

22.3 mg


Rosemary

21.8 mg


Potatoes

19.7 mg


Spinach salad

19.697 mg


Yam

17.1 mg


Yellow Beans

16.3 mg


Arugula

15 mg


Red Radishes

14.8 mg


Jackfruit

13.7 mg


Tomatoes Red

13.7 mg


Green Beans

12.2 mg


Artichokes

11.7 mg


Pomegranate

10.2 mg


Apricot

10 mg


Avocado

10 mg


Blueberries

9.7 mg


Pumpkin

9 mg


Banana

8.7 mg


Watermelon

8.1 mg


White Corn

6.8 mg


Yellow Corn

6.8 mg


Hazelnut

6.3 mg


Carrots

5.9 mg


Asparagus

5.6 mg


Pistachio

5.6 mg


Beets

4.9 mg


Liver Goose

4.5 mg


Coconut

3.3 mg


Celery

3.1 mg


Cucumber

2.8 mg


Eggplant

2.2 mg


Figs

2 mg


Eel

1.8 mg


Carp (Fish)

1.6 mg


Monkfish

1 mg




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