How does Vitamin C Zooki reduce tiredness & fatigue?
Tiredness is one of the most common reasons for people to visit their GP in the UK. What a lot of people don't know is that a simple way to reduce tiredness is by increasing your Vitamin C intake. Vitamin C can have this effect by influencing multiple body processes, with the European Food Standards Agency referencing three areas in particular that Vitamin C contributes to:
- Combatting tiredness & fatigue
- Supporting psychological function
- Normal Energy-Yielding Metabolism
To leverage these effects of Vitamin C, we wrap Vitamin C at the nano-level in something called "Liposomes". Liposomes ensure as much Vitamin C as possible makes it to the cells (rather than being flushed down the toilet) and are the difference that makes Vitamin C Zooki one of the best ways to boost your energy levels with Vitamin C. To learn more about the science behind how Liposomes work to increase the cellular bioavailability of Vitamin C, watch our video.
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When do I take Vitamin C Zooki to reduce tiredness?
Vitamin C Zooki can quickly have a big effect, but because Vitamin C reduces tiredness synergistically through multiple body processes, you may need to take Vitamin C Zooki over time before feeling its full benefit. For fighting tiredness & fatigue, we therefore recommend taking a sachet of Vitamin C Zooki each morning and then again in the afternoon if you start feeling tired. Don't exceed two sachets daily, though.
How should I take Vitamin C Zooki?
Vitamin C Zooki comes in single serving sachets, which means you can use them on the go whenever suits you most. You can have it straight from the sachet on its own or easiily mix with water or juice. Additionally, you can add Vitamin C Zooki to foods like yoghurt, porridge, granola & a whole range of different foods to really ramp up the nutritional content of your meals.
Studies on Vitamin C and Fatigue
- Vitamin C reduced fatigue at two hours and the effect persisted for one day. There were no significant differences in adverse events between two groups. High dose intravenous vitamin C proved to be safe and effective against fatigue in this study - Read Study
- Provides evidence that vitamin C may influence fatigue, heart rate, and perceptions of exertion during moderate exercise - Read Study