All You Need To Know About Vitamin C Deficiency

Where can I get vitamin C from?

– Vitamin C has many sources, including food, supplements, creams, and serums.

– Vitamin C can be found in plenty of fruit and vegetable such as guava, bell peppers, strawberries, cantaloupe melon, longan fruit, beef spleen, brussels sprouts, lemon, lime, grapefruit, pineapple, kale, papaya, orange, broccoli, and blackcurrant.

– Vitamin C serum can be made easily at home by combining ascorbic acid with distilled water and hyaluronic acid. This serum has many benefits, such as preventing premature aging and wrinkles. It also acts as an antioxidant.

Here are some of the highest vitamin C sources and the amount of vitamin C in 100 grams of each source:

  • Guavas: 377 mg, 419% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Bell peppers: 190 mg, 211% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Kiwifruit: 167 mg, 185% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Strawberries: 98 mg, 108% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Oranges: 96 mg, 106% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Papaya: 88 mg, 98% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Broccoli: 81 mg, 90% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Tomato: 55 mg, 61% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Kale: 53 mg, 53% of daily vitamin C intake
  • Snow peas: 38 mg, 42% of daily vitamin C intake