AMC - Wild Amla is a Natural Complex Vitamin C. The most premium source of Natural Complex Vitamin C in the market.
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NATURAL VITAMIN C FROM WILD AMLA
Wild Amla has been revered in Ayurvedic medicine for over 5,000 years for its anti-aging and immune support function. It has one of the highest sources of digestible Natural Complex Vitamin C of any fruit because it has the highest level of tannins, a natural preservative that keeps the Natural Complex Vitamin C’s integrity even when processed. In addition, it has a wide spectrum of other beneficial ingredients including bioflavonoids, flavones, polyphenols, carotenoids, proline, lysine glutamic acid, aspartic acid, and alanin. It is even rich in minerals, such as chromium, zinc, and copper. It is truly a complete complex Vitamin C.
Wild Amla vs. Farmed Hybrid Amla
The hybrid Amla fruit, which is what most products are using, is not natural to the human body or the plant. It was designed to produce larger fruits that are more durable in weather. It is mass-produced and quality assurance can be affected due to it being commercially farmed. Wild Amla is in its original state, grown in its original habitat with the highest potency level. Its unaltered state gives it the best chance to positively grow and, as a result, be positively absorbed by the body.
Q: Is there really a difference between natural and synthetic Vitamin C?
A: 99% of all Vitamin C supplements on the market are ascorbic acid, calcium ascorbate, magnesium ascorbate, or potassium ascorbate, which are produced in the laboratory. These are all inorganic and chemical in nature. Consuming in excess may cause reactions such as stomach upset and diarrhea. However, AM-C is 100% pure Amla fruit extract available in vegetable capsules. Thus, taking AM-C will not cause any side effects.
Q: Who needs AM-C?
A: Natural Complex Vitamin C is essential for the making of collagen in the body. Collagen provides much of the framework in the cells and tissues, just like the skeleton provides the framework for the body.
Q: Why should a person take AM-C supplements?
A: Unlike most animals, human beings are unable to manufacture their own Vitamin C from glucose; therefore, it must be obtained daily through food and supplementation to maintain proper health.
Q: How much should I take for best results?
A: AM-C should be consumed every day. The recommended dosage is three AM-C capsules, taken twice a day.
Q: Can Vitamin C prevent ulcers?
A: Yes, high levels of AM-C (not ascorbic acid) have been proven to prevent peptic ulcers, which are sores in the lining of the stomach or upper portion of the small intestines. However, overconsuming synthetic Vitamin C may upset the stomach and destroy the beneficial bacteria too.
Q: How can AM-C help my body work better?
A: Amla reduces unwanted fat because it increases lean body mass, muscle tone and helps with weight management. This is possible because Amla contains chromium, which is associated with RNA and DNA protection and is a cofactor in the activation of enzymes involved in fat and cholesterol metabolism.
Q: I have a gastric problem, can I consume AM-C?
A: Yes, a combination of lysine, proline, and Natural Complex Vitamin C will inhibit collagen-dissolving enzymes that cause inflammation of the stomach leading to gastric problems. AM-C contains lysine, proline, and Natural Complex Vitamin C, thus helping to overcome gastritis.
Attention! New research has shown that high doses of Vitamin C in the form of ascorbic acid can be harmful. The studies showed that over 500 mg of ascorbic acid per day caused the muscle layer inside the arteries to thicken thus narrowing the inside diameter of the arteries causing reduced blood flow.
Years ago, when Vitamin C was discovered, ascorbic acid was the only component of the complex identified; therefore, ascorbic acid was named Vitamin C. Since then, other components of the complex have been found. Unfortunately, the definition of Vitamin C didn’t change. Ascorbic acid is the only thing that can be called Vitamin C. The other parts of the complex are P, K, and J factors, and tyrosinase (organic copper). P factors help strengthen blood vessels thus preventing bruising and bleeding gums. K factors help with blood coagulation, and J factors help with the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. An analogy can be made between taking Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and eating an egg. If you take Vitamin C as ascorbic acid only, it is like you are eating the eggshell of the egg and not the egg. Ascorbic acid is the antioxidant part of the C complex that protects the other valuable components from being oxidized. In order to make Vitamin C complete, you need all the components, not just ascorbic acid.
I did a search on the internet on ascorbic acid and found that most of the ascorbic acid in the world is manufactured by two companies, BASF and Roche. They make it from corn sugar. Through a series of chemical reactions, they produce ascorbic acid and then sell it to vitamin companies. The vitamin companies then put ascorbic acid into their supplements and call it “Vitamin C.”
Since learning the harmful effects of ascorbic acid, the manufacturing process and the difference between “Vitamin C” vs. the natural C complex, I quit taking “Vitamin C” in the ascorbic acid form. Instead, I supplement my diet with products that have all the components of the natural C complex. I no longer recommend “Vitamin C” in the ascorbic acid form to anyone. Come in to the office and I can show you the difference.
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