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Everyone right now is curious about taking Vitamin C especially during this pandemic. As we age, Vitamin C naturally declines. Studies have shown Vitamin C improves your overall immune system. IV Vitamin C actually is the way to go because it’s effective and a broad spectrum anti-viral. Although no indication that taking high doses of Vitamin C will prevent COVID19, it does help prevent acute lung injuries for people who already have COVID19. If you’re not able to get high dose Vitamin C IV’s, try liposomal Vitamin C. Check out with Dr. Bindiya says about it.

Liposomal Vitamin C: Why Doctors Recommend It For Immune Health

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