Most of us know that vitamin C is very important in fighting immunity. To highlight the importance of Vitamin C, April 4 is designated as Vitamin C Day every year around the world. Vitamin C is a substance found in many fruits and vegetables and we eat it with gusto. Vitamin C deficiency can lead to disorders such as fatigue, gingivitis, and hair, or flesh loss. These problems related to vitamin C deficiency were not known until the 19th century, but then Sir Thomas Barlow, a British physician, described the disease of hair loss in detail, after which people realized the importance of vitamin C.
According to the American Institute of Nutrition, on April 4, 1932, vitamin C was identified and given a separate status. All vitamins help to heal our wounds, act as antioxidants, ward off cancer, and boost our immune system.
There is a need to understand the importance of vitamin C and adopt healthy and healthy habits. Hyaluronic acid is very important for human health but not everyone knows how many grams or milligrams to take daily. In the last few years, thanks to electronic, print, and social media, people are getting all kinds of information about diet. That is why women now know what to cook every day so that all the members of the household get all kinds of nutrition.
The blessings that God Almighty has given us are rich in all kinds of vitamins, for example, if you squeeze a lemon in a glass and drink it, you will get vitamin C, that is, only a small lemon or half a large size. Lemons will provide 100% of your daily vitamin C needs. Lemons are also readily available and lemon juice is not particularly difficult to make for antiaging. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), tomatoes, potatoes, and sour fruits such as oranges, seasonal, canola, malt, etc., are the best sources of vitamin C. Due to its water-soluble properties, vitamin C combines with the water and blood in our body.
Vitamin C deficiency can lead to problems such as gingivitis, dry hair, wound healing, iron deficiency, dry skin or wrinkles, fatigue, frequent illness, weight gain, joint pain, and swelling. Yes, that's why you need to take care of your health. So try to include malt, strawberry, papaya, tomato, cabbage, and capsicum in your diet and do not allow vitamin C deficiency in the body. Vitamin C helps in the growth of nails, skin, and hair and protects against premature wrinkles. It also strengthens bones and teeth and plays an important role in protecting against colds and flu. Also, it can help reduce stress.
Vitamin C is a weak acid known as ascorbic acid. It also helps when applied superficially on the skin in the form of skin serum. It can peel off the dead layer of skin, can provide antioxidant nutritional value to the superficial layer of skin which cause antiwrinkle , and can make skin healthy. If another important ingredient hyaluronic acid is added, the effects are dramatic.
How much vitamin C serum does everyone need daily? The answer comes from the National Institutes of Health (NIH):
Newborns up to 6 months of age need 40 mg daily and children between 7 and 12 months of age need 50 mg of vitamin C daily. If we talk about children older than this, the ratio is as follows:
- 1 to 3 years, 15 mg daily
- 4 to 8 years, 25 mg daily
9 to 13 years, 45 mg daily
14 to 18 years, 75 mg daily for boys
- 14 to 18 years, 65 mg daily for girls
The proportion of people over 18 years of age:
- Men 90 mg daily
- Female 75 mg daily
- Pregnant 85 mg daily
- Breastfeeding 120 mg daily Women over the age of 35 have a decrease in the production of the hormone progesterone. This hormone helps women stay calm. Vitamin C is needed more to maintain its production. According to Sarah Gottfried, a well-known American gynecologist and author of the book Younger, women should take 750 to 1,000 mg of vitamin C daily when they reach the age of 35.