Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid

It has several important functions such as helping to protect our cells and keeping them stronger and healthy. maintaining healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage.

People who get little or no vitamin C (below about 10 mg per day) for many weeks can get scurvy. Scurvy causes inflammation of the gums, fatigue, small red or purple spots on the skin, poor wound healing and can cause joint pain. Did you know that vitamin C can also help fix skin wounds because if it’s ascorbic acid? Vitamin C is also vital to your body’s healing process.

So many people turn straight vitamin C after they’ve caught a cold. Most of us know it helps build up your immune system.

Because your body doesn’t produce vitamin C, you need to get it from your diet. Vitamin C can be found in oranges, tangerines, lemons, limes and grapefruits. Did you know that vitamin C can also be found in bell peppers, turnip greens, strawberries, black currants, cantaloupe, papaya, watermelon, even one tomatoe has 28% of your daily vitamin C intake! Mangos offer an astounding 123 milligrams. Spinach, garlic, almonds, broccoli turmeric, sunflower seeds, Green tea and even Kiwi’s are some of nature’s sources of boosting your immune system.

There are so many different ways to boost your immune system with vitamin C. Looking for a natural way to calm cold and allergy symptoms? Elderberry contains a huge dose of vitamin C. There are so many other potent ways to get vitamin C into your system.

Here is an awesome tip taken from my IMMUNE BOOSTERS course.

After all these years of research one of the things that astounded me the most about vitamin C is that it is found in Pine needles! You can go in the forest and gather your own Pine needles. How can you tell if it’s a Pine needle? It usually is longer than most pine trees needles. The needles tend to cluster together either two or three even up to five clusters. The tree also has pinecones. Once collected the needles can be brewed them in water for 20 minutes. It makes a healthy and delicious tea.

For those of you who do not know me my name is Sabrina. I traveled to the most remote places as a model. Each country from African jungles to deep in the Amazon I met indigenous people who have lived off the land for centuries. My curious desire to learn what I never did in school had me asking them their medicinal secrets. I want to share with you over 25 years of my collected wisdom. I have a simple yet Interesting compilation of wisdom collected from sages from around the globe.

You see In the Immune Boosters course you’ll find numerous different roots, fruits and yummy teas that can transform your life.

Remember without our health we have nothing. Which leads me to our grocery store shopping.

Whatever ends up in your cart ends up in your home and ends up becoming a part of you after you’ve consumed it. Therefore before you put anything in your cart ask yourself one simple question. Is this going to give me energy or is it going to take my energy away?

Many of us tend to purchase at the grocery store processed foods that are loaded with food coloring, gluten and GMO’s. My easy rule of thumb is if you can’t read it, don’t eat it.

I also tell a lot of my clients that are looking to fortify their immune system to stick to the outer perimeter‘s of the grocery store. For instance when walking into a grocery store usually the fruits and vegetables are on the right or left and the kefir and organic yogurt as well as other probiotics are on the other outer perimeter.

Remember that old saying you are what you eat is around for a reason. Stay tune for some more interesting blogs on how to master a powerful immune system using the beauty of Mother Nature.

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