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Swiss RX Buffered Vitamin C

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Vitamin C without an Upset Stomach

Premium High Dose Vitamin C

Pharmaceutical grade Vitamin C

Connective Tissue Health

Vitamin C’s role in collagen formation is vital to skin, capillary, joint, and skeletal health

Clinically Effective Dosage

High dosage during times of high stress, heavy training volume, and travel

No GI Distress

Balanced with calcium, magnesium and potassium to reduce GI issues at high dosages

Benefits of Swiss RX Buffered Vitamin C

Stay Healthy

Boosted immune function helps you stay healthy during high training loads

Support Healthy Joints

Plays vital role in collagen resynthesis

Train Harder

Clean up free radicals produced during heaving training

Made for Athletes

Therapeutic dose Vitamin C combined with Collagen supports decades of activity

Vitamin C would always upset my stomach, so I would avoid it. I started this formula with the Collagen and I have had no stomach issues for the first time

Julia in Rochester, New York

Learn more about Swiss RX Buffered Vitamin C

Does high dose vitamin C upset your stomach? 

If you want to boost your immunity, reduce inflammation, and support collagen formation but DON'T WANT the stomach upset that usually comes with the high concentration of vitamin C, then you want to consider using SwissRX's Buffered Vitamin C in your daily routine.

Here's why...

Vitamin C is crucial to immune system function, athletic recovery, and collagen formation. However, when taken at recommended therapeutic levels, vitamin C can cause stomach issues: pain, cramping, and diarrhea.

But it doesn't HAVE to be that way.

Which is why I'm excited to...

Introduce you to Swiss RX Buffered Vitamin C...

A premium high dose vitamin C balanced with calcium, magnesium, and potassium to reduce the potential of stomach upset, allowing you to get a clinically effective dosage of Vitamin C while minimizing GI upset issues.

This is the biggest issue pro athletes have with Vitamin C. They know they need to take it for all the reasons below, but to get enough (i.e. 2g to 3g every 4 to 6 hours) to be really effective can cause havoc on their GI tract and loose stools. 

SwissRX took on this challenge and it's Buffered Vitamin C eliminated most if not all GI issues with it's top athletes at dosages of 2g to 3g taken multiple times per day.

Why Do Athletes Need Vitamin C?

  • Immune Function & Antioxidant Support Vitamin C supplementation has been studied for more than six decades for its role in supporting the body during immune challenges. It's been shown to stimulate both the production and function of white blood cells, especially neutrophils, lymphocytes, and phagocytes.  It's especially important for athletes to increase their Vitamin C dosages to the clinically effective levels during times of high stress, large training volumes, travel, and certainly in the weeks proceeding and following major competitions.
  • Connective Tissue Health Vitamin C’s role in collagen formation makes it vital to maintaining skin, capillary, gum, joint and skeletal health. The antioxidant properties of vitamin C and its role in collagen synthesis make vitamin C vital to skin health. While SwissRX Collagen comes with Vitamin C in the formula, we see most athletes also taking SwissRX Buffered Vitamin C along with their Collagen.

Instructions

Take 2 to 4 capsules for general daily maintenance. During times of high stress or when you feel you might be getting sick, consider increasing to 6 to 8 capsules every 4 to 6 hours.

Science

How supplemental vitamin C plays a key role in supporting a healthy immune system: This study reviews vitamin c concentrations at its relationship to a healthy immune system. Here is a link to the study

How vitamin C provides nutritional support for wound healing: This study looks at increased nutritional demands and the factors involved in improving healing time and wound outcome. Here is a link to the study