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Nutritional

King C

Chewable Tablets

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Product Code: 8344

120 Tablets

High doses may have a laxative effect.

Always read the label and use as directed. Dietary supplements may only be of assistance where the dietary intake is insufficient.

Nutritional

King C

Chewable Tablets

Not just for ills and chills. High dose of Vitamin C to get you through the day.

  • One of the most important water-soluble antioxidants in the body.
  • Essential for collagen production, keeping your skin, tendons, cartilage and blood vessels strong.
  • Supports normal skin healing.
  • Supports healthy immunity to protect against ills and chills.
  • Buffered with natural dolomite to make it gentle on the stomach and maintain balanced calcium and magnesium levels.

Support:Our underlying support structures – bones, ligaments, tendons, skin, blood vessels and teeth all require Vitamin C for healthy collagen production.

Strength:Vitamin C keeps your immune system strong so you stay fighting fit.

Shield:Potent antioxidant activity shields your cells from the damaging effects of free radicals.

Vitamin C is the most widely taken nutritional supplement in the world. It is an essential nutrient for humans. We cannot synthesise it, so we need to take it daily through diet or supplementation.

Ingredients:

  • Ingredients per tablet:
  • 600mg Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
  • 400mg Dolomite Providing: 66mg Magnesium, 121mg Calcium
  • Other Ingredients: Flavours, Tabletting Aids, Sweeteners

Dosage:

For best results, chew 1-2 tablets daily with food.
Additional tablets may be taken during times of increased need, however, we recommend no more than 6 tablets daily unless otherwise prescribed.

Product Code: 8344

120 Tablets

High doses may have a laxative effect.

Always read the label and use as directed. Dietary supplements may only be of assistance where the dietary intake is insufficient.