How To Eat Your Daily Dose of Vitamin C

“Diet is a potential modifiable risk factor for endometriosis”, according to a study published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). They found that nutrients obtained through food were more effective than nutrients obtained through supplement form.

Much of this is believed that the “protective mechanism (against endometriosis) may not be related to the nutrients themselves, but rather other components of foods rich in these micronutrients or factors correlated with diets high in these vitamin-rich foods.”1

So, knowing that vitamin C is one of the important nutrients for those with endometriosis, let’s see how we can eat our daily dose of vitamin C.

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  1. National Center for Biotechnology Information, A prospective cohort study of Vitamins B, C, E, and multivitamin intake and endometriosis.