Finally, Some Vitamin C Your Body Can Really Use

... and It Tastes Great!

Josh Day
Editor, H&B Online
Reviewed by Josh Day

When most people think of vitamin C supplements, they think of hard round pills one swallows or chews. In this synthetic form, vitamin C tablets offer little or none of the benefits found from real sources of the vitamin, like oranges or lemons. Your body breaks down the pill, the bulk of the synthetic substance is not assimilated into your body, and then it's out.

Below you'll find some of the benefits offered by real, natural vitamin C:

  • Promotes healthy teeth and gums.

  • Promotes and maintains a strong, balanced immune system. Ever wonder why so many people consume orange juice when they're sick?

  • Helps to prevent hair loss.

Well, I'm happy to tell you about the acerola cherry powder we use and recommend here at Health & Beyond Online, a real, natural source of vitamin C.

It's called Dr. Ben Kim's Vitamin C.

No hard pills here!

Dr. Kim's Vitamin C contains the highest quality acerola cherry powder, which makes it one of nature's most concentrated food sources of real vitamin C.

And it really tastes like cherries.

You mix it in water, orange juice, grapefruit juice, even smoothies.

Every 1 1/2 teaspoon serving contains 5700 mg of acerola cherry extract powder, providing 270 mg of naturally occurring food source of real vitamin C.

In addition to getting your vitamin C, this cherry powder is a great way to enhance cool beverages with new flavor.

Click here to visit Dr. Kim's site and to learn more about his vitamin C

Oh, by the way, here's one of my favorite smoothie recipes that highlights Dr. Kim's delicious vitamin C powder:

Cherry Strawberry Smoothie

6-8 cubes of ice
1/3 cup pineapple juice
1 banana
Handful of strawberries
1 Tbs Dr. Kim's Vitamin C

Crush the ice in the blender with the pineapple juice. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend.

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