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Part 1: The Long List of Vitamin C Health Benefits

While this ascorbic acid may have the reputation for boosting the immune system, that's certainly not the only good it can do for your body.

If you want to maintain your overall health and well-being, it's important to fuel your body with essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients. In particular, vitamin C should be a critical staple in your everyday diet. While this ascorbic acid may be best known for boosting the immune system, that's certainly not the only good it can do for your body. Read on to learn how beneficial this vitamin can be for your overall well-being.

The Many Benefits of Vitamin C
What gives this vitamin such an astounding reputation? Its ability to provide the following 10 benefits:

  1. A strengthened immune system.
  2. Protection against Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
  3. A reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's Disease.
  4. A reduced risk of being overweight or obese.
  5. A lowered chance of experiencing depression, stress and anxiety.
  6. Protection against heart attack and other chronic conditions.
  7. Lowered blood pressure.
  8. Prevention against Type 2 diabetes.
  9. Prevention against Age-Related Macular Degeneration.
  10. Maintained skin elasticity.

See? This incredible vitamin has the ability to fuel the body to optimal health, ultimately preparing itself to heal without the use of medication and treatment like so-called doctors and health experts encourage on a regular basis. Next week, we'll dive further into these benefits with proof explaining just how miraculous vitamin C truly is. 

Citrus fruits are loaded with vitamin C. Citrus fruits are loaded with vitamin C.

How to Get Your Vitamin C
Eating fruits and vegetables with high levels of vitamin C – 12 or more milligrams – can impact your overall health tremendously. Here are a few suggestions from the Produce for Better Health Foundation:

Fruits:  Apricots, blackberries, cantaloupe, grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, papaya, pineapple and raspberries. 

Vegetables: Bell peppers, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, okra, onion, radish, spinach and tomato.

Beyond eating ample fruits and vegetables loaded with the beneficial vitamin, you may consider taking a supplement to meet your daily requirement. But not just any product – many supplements contain contaminants and don't match up to the vitamin levels stated on the bottle. Plus, the vitamin C content in many of these supplements doesn't absorb into the blood stream as it should. Rather, it simply passes right through the body. Research and look for a lipid-encapsulated formula supplement that transfers directly into the bloodstream to the vital cells of the body. This will ensure the vitamin absorbs immediately, so the body can reap the benefits properly.


  1. Carolon B. Calhoun March 4, 2017

    To me one of the greatest advantages to the Liposomal Vitamin C has been to help avoid the “winter time” blues and anxiety that comes with the season. Besides the obvious good aspects of taking this supplement. I highly recommend this supplement for the cold and flu season and as a great benefit that it gives against the Wintertime blues.

    • John Jarosz March 7, 2017

      I agree, it’s a great product. The downside, it’s very expensive.

      • Melody Hord March 7, 2017

        Just in case this helps, currently, if someone calls in and purchases 6 of any Hallelujah Diet branded supplement at full retail price, (It must be 6 of the same item) they get 10% off all 6. This offer will soon be available on the website as well.

    • Sue Lemieux March 7, 2017

      explain how to take this, please.

      • Carolon B. Calhoun March 7, 2017

        I take a teaspoon in my juice each morning. The flavor is SOOO much better than the old Vitamin C we took as children. You can take it up to 3 times per day as your health needs requires. We here at work are given a container of the Vitamin C each month during the winter. Makes such a difference!!

      • Melody Hord March 8, 2017

        The bottle says 5 milliliters daily (one teaspoon) or as directed by your physician. Mix into one ounce juice as a palatable way to ingest.

    • Carolon B. Calhoun March 7, 2017

      Hey John, it is a little expensive…but when you are considering your health the cost is really minimal.

  2. Annette March 7, 2017

    This is a great product! I first used the vitamin C when I was coming down with some symptoms like the flu. It helped me feel better. Now I take it all the time, I have shared it with my family and they all love it, even the kids. I highly recommend this product if a person is sick with the flu.

  3. Connie Gesser March 7, 2017

    I use the HD Liposomal Vitamin C. I’m thrilled that there are so many health benefits to taking it. I’m also thankful for a the HD company who I can trust to offer top quality supplements.

  4. Angela Solomon March 8, 2017

    Great information on the Lipsomal Vitamin C, this is truly a wonderful product.

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