Vitamin C Tablets & Capsules

Recommended levels of vitamin C in the body support a fully functioning immune system, increased energy and collagen , and nervous system support. It contributes to the normal energy-yielding metabolism, and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Please note - you should not take vitamin C tablets as a substitute for a varied balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle. Always read the label.

The optimal levels of vitamin C help to support a normal immune system which also includes healthy skin and strong blood vessels. Vitamin C also aids with a normal energy yielding metabolism which in aid helps with reducing feelings of tiredness and fatigue. Explore Nutri Advanced’s vitamin C tablets. We have a great range of stock including vitamin C tablets and vitamin C capsules. So, whatever your preferred method of consumption is, we’ve got you covered! Try out our vitamin C tablets today!

Vitamin C Tablets & Capsules

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Vitamin C has many functions in the body: it supports optimal immune function and helps maintain healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage. It is also a potent antioxidant preventing free radical damage to cells and is involved in the synthesis of collagen and other connective tissue, so it is easy to see why vitamin C tablets are so popular. Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is naturally found in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. However, it cannot be stored in the body, so it needs to be consumed on a daily basis. Vitamin C capsules & tablets are a good way to ensure you are getting the recommended daily amount, as the body doesn’t produce its own ascorbic acid.

This range includes vitamin C tablets and capsules, which have been specially formulated for optimal efficiency.


Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for many aspects of health including immune health.

Vitamin C is important for the prevention of scurvy, plays a key role in the formation of collagen and wound healing, and has antihistamine activity so may be helpful for reducing the symptoms of hay fever.

Taking vitamin C supplements can also support cardiovascular health, a healthy stress response and can improve athletic performance and recovery.

The recommended daily intake for food labelling purposes is 80mg.

This will ensure that a vitamin C deficiency is avoided. However, larger doses are frequently recommended for the support of the immune system.

There is no right or wrong time to take vitamin C tablets, but as it supports the production of energy, many people find it preferable to take vitamin C in the morning.

It's water-soluble, so it doesn't need to be taken with food, so you can take it as soon as you wake up if you like.

There are many ways to take vitamin C - it can be taken as a powder, as a tablet, as a capsule or even as a liposomal liquid.

For those wishing to take high dosages, a powder is often recommended for convenience.

Vitamin C is important for a healthy immune system, especially during or after intense physical exercise. Vitamin C also supports energy-yielding metabolism and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Vitamin C is also an important antioxidant, and it helps with absorption of iron. That's why a glass of orange juice, rich in vitamin C, is often recommended alongside iron tablets

Finally, vitamin C is really important for collagen formation. Collagen is the main structural protein in our connective tissues, and is needed for the function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage and gums.

Adults should take vitamin C daily; vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, meaning humans cannot store it in the body, therefore it’s important to take supplements daily to ensure that you get your recommended intake.

Too much vitamin C can cause nausea, vomiting, heartburn, stomach cramps, bloating, skin flushing and headaches.

Low levels of vitamin C can result in frequent colds and flus, a tendency to bruise or bleed easily, or dry skin/hair.

If you have hemochromatosis, which is a condition where too much iron builds up in the body, you should avoid taking vitamin C supplements.

White potatoes, strawberries, tomatoes, cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower), bell peppers and citrus fruits are all naturally high in vitamin C.

The caffeine and tannins in coffee can interfere with the absorption of many vitamins and minerals, and caffeine also increases urination, which can decrease the concentration of water-soluble vitamins like vitamin C and B. So, wait for around an hour after your morning coffee to take supplements.

Vitamin C is closely linked to the production of collagen. This is what gives our skin its elasticity, helping it to stay wrinkle-free and smooth for longer. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant, which means that it will benefit your skin.

We stock a wide variety of vitamin C supplements, including tablets and capsules. Vitamin C tablets and capsules are swallowed orally; vitamin C capsules are powder contained in a dissolvable case and allow the powder inside to be absorbed quickly, whereas tablets will need to be broken down by the body to be absorbed first.