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WHOLE FOOD VITAMIN C: Truly Natural™ Vitamin C provides highly-bioavailable, naturally-occurring vitamin C from whole camu camu berry, whole amla berry, and high-quality, whole-food water extracts of acerola cherry.


VITAL HEALTH BENEFITS: 100% food-based vitamin C complex, no chemical solvents or ascorbic acid. Vitamin C never occurs as an isolate in Nature. It occurs as part of an entire complex, which includes other important cofactors that assist the body with proper absorption. Whole food vitamin C is non-toxic and gentle on the body.


GREAT TASTING: Truly Natural Vitamin C has a tart, refreshing flavor. Wonderful addition to smoothies, shakes, water, juices, or coconut water. No added sweeteners or flavors. Corn free.


HARD-CORE STANDARDS: Certified vegan, kosher, and gluten-free. Our TruGanic™ Sourcing standard includes lab testing for GMOs and pesticides. No fillers, binders, flow agents. Packaged in recyclable amber glass.


180g Jar

Health Force Truly Natural Acerolo Berry Blend

  • Plays an important role in immune system function1, particularly in enhancing white blood cell activity.

    • Required for the synthesis of collagen,1 the main component of connective tissue, and the most abundant protein in mammals.

    Collagen is an important structural component of skin, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone, blood vessels, teeth, gums, heart valves,

    cornea, capillaries, intervertebral discs, and the GI tract.

    • Essential for the production of adrenal steroid hormones.2,3 Our body’s highest levels of Vit C are found in our adrenal glands, brain

    tissues, pituitary gland, leukocytes, and eyes.1,4

    • The major water-soluble antioxidant in our body, protecting important molecules such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, DNA, and

    RNA from damage by free radicals.1

    • Has the ability to regenerate other ‘spent’ antioxidants (e.g., vitamin E, glutathione) back into their active forms.1

    • Required for the synthesis of carnitine4 – essential for the efficient burning of fat for energy in our body’s cells.

    • Plays an important role in the synthesis of norepinephrine,1 a neurotransmitter known to affect mood.


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