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Garden of Life Vitamin Code Vitamin C, 120 Capsules
- Essential for growth and repair of tissues in all parts of the body, vitamin C promotes vision health, periodontal health and collagen, bone and cartilage formation. Also needed by the adrenal glands, vitamin C helps with emotional and physical stress response. Vitamin C is also required to convert folic acid to its active form.
- Nature-Intended Benefits: RAW, Healthy Heart, Immune System, Bone Health, Healthy Skin & Eyes, Memory & Concentration.
- Provides a RAW probiotic and enzyme blend along with a RAW organic fruit and vegetable blend for additional nutritional support.
- RAW, gluten-free, dairy-free and contains no binders or fillers
- made with RAW Food-Created Nutrients
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Why Vitamin Code Raw Vitamin C
Vitamin Code RAW Vitamin C supplies 500mg (830% Daily Value) of whole food vitamin C with bioflavonoids, blended in a base of 23 fruits and vegetables with live probiotics and enzymes. RAW Vitamin C also uses no high heat, synthetic binders or fillers, artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or additives commonly used in tablets. It’s everything you want in whole food vitamin C—and nothing you don’t want!
Vitamin Code RAW Vitamin C Benefits:
· Immune system support†.
· Healthy heart†.
· Healthy skin and eyes†.
· Support for healthy digestion with live probiotics and enzymes†.
† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
|Vitamin Code RAW Vitamin C||mykind Organics Vitamin C Organic Spray||Living Vitamin C|
|From "The Garden"||Non-GMO Vegan raw whole food vitamin C with naturally occurring bioflavonoids||ORGANIC, Non-GMO Vegan whole food vitamin C Orange-Tangerine spray made from organic whole foods, including Amla berry||Whole food vitamin C with a unique combination of 4 citrus whole fruits combined with a fermented citrus blend + 4 antioxidant berries|
|What's In It for You?||500mg whole food vitamin C (830% DV) blended in a base of 23 fruits & vegetables with live probiotics & enzymes||60mg whole food vitamin C per serving (100% DV); Organic Amla berry with bioflavonoids & co-nutrients for vitamin C absorption†||250mg whole food vitamin C (417% DV) with citrus bioflavonoids + an Antioxidant Berry Blend|
|How "The Garden" Goodness is Delivered||2 Vegan capsules daily; may be taken with or without food||5 yummy Orange-Tangerine organic sprays||2 caplets per day with water|
|Product Highlights We Love||No high heat, synthetic binders or fillers, artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or additives—everything you want & nothing you don’t!||Available in 2 mouth-watering organic flavors: Orange-Tangerine (with no stevia) AND Cherry-Tangerine (with ORGANIC stevia); convenient spray bottle; no added sugars||Naturally occurring citrus bioflavonoids enhance the body’s ability to effectively utilize vitamin C; no artificial colors or preservatives|
|Third-Party Certifications||Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Vegan, Gluten Free, Kosher (Star K)||Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Vegan, Certified Gluten Free||Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Dairy Free|
|Health Perks||Immune system support; healthy heart; healthy skin & eyes; support for healthy digestion with live probiotics & enzymes†||Promotes skin & tissue health; supports the immune system; naturally occurring bioflavonoids & supporting co-nutrients for vitamin C absorption†||Supports the body’s utilization of vitamin C; helps protect the body from free radical damage†|
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Top Customer Reviews
This is the reason Garden of Life has launched their 'mykind Organics' line which actually tells you the source of each vitamin next to it in parentheses. If your wondering how you can tell on other brands whether they're organic/raw or not, look next to the Vitamin in the 'Supplement Facts' and if doesn't tell you what fruit it comes from in parentheses, it most likely isn't organic/raw. It should look similar to this: 'Vitamin C (from berries)'
What makes this even worse is that we have no idea where the isolated vitamins they put in this product come from. Most Vitamin C that is on the market today is sourced from China and a lot of it is made from GMO corn...
For something that isn't Raw, they make it seem that way by putting their 'RAW' logo everywhere on the front of the bottle. This clearly isn't a brand you should put your trust in. The product is merely an isolated vitamin that can be marketed as 'better' because has a 'little' (worthless) organic touch.
They are tricky about the wording, but make no mistake: it is, of course, physically impossible to get 300mg of Vitamin C out of 20mg "RAW fruit and vegetable blend", or out of 100mg "RAW probiotic and enzyme blend".
This company, like "New Chapter Activated C Food Complex, 180 Tablets", is preying on your lack of knowledge regarding vitamin labeling.
They can say "Vitamin C" without explaining the source or type, because for label purposes, Vitamin C by default is ascorbic acid.
The "RAW, Whole Food" part of the formula is the measly (worthless, really) 20mg fruit and vegetables. For reference, 20mg would fit on a pencil eraser.
Unless the product says "Vitamin C (from berries)" or similar, than it is just plain old corn based ascorbic acid.
Notice the only people saying it is not ascorbic acid are reviewers? The company will never state that on the box, on its website, or in an email, because it would be illegal to make a false claim.
If you want natural Vitamin C, look for one from berries or at least a non-GMO, non-chinese corn source.
"Thank you for your email and interest in Garden of Life's products. This is to confirm that there is no ascorbic acid in our VC RAW Vitamin C. The Vitamins and Minerals that are in our Vitamin Code Products are in a whole-food form made with RAW Food-Created Nutrients. This process utilizes a single isolated vitamin or mineral (from food) that is fed to the yeast or probiotic. A specific peptide designed for that particular nutrient is then introduced in order to allow the nutrient to be metabolized (or absorbed) through the yeast's cell wall. This process mimics nature, just like when a plant takes an inorganic mineral salt that is naturally occurring in the soil (selenium for example), and absorbs it into its roots, the plant becomes rich in selenium. This process is conducted with two distinct organisms - S. cerevisiae (baker's yeast) and L. bulgaricus (probiotic culture used in traditional yogurt recipes which is non-dairy).
Cultivated with their unique Code Factors intact, the RAW Food-Created Nutrients in Vitamin Code formulas enable natural recognition of nutrients by your body, just as nature intended. Code Factors are the known and yet to be discovered synergistic compounds found in food and are necessary for proper nutrient delivery. Providing these Code Factors infuses the essential elements of whole-foods that the body thrives upon.
The Vitamin C is not coming from the Fruit and Vegetable Blend. That blend is added as a base to put the nutrients in to prevent us from using artificial fillers and binders."
Hope this helps. You have to read it carefully to see the meandering around the word "synthetic.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the Garden of Life brand and am so glad I found these raw vitamin C supplements! I also take Garden of Life's raw vitamin D and raw iron capsules. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Steph D.
I really love Garden of Life products. They are good quality and affordable. I'm so happy Amazon offers the vitamin C on subscribe and save. We get our C's and I don't forget.Published 6 days ago by Seashell
I bought this product to help with some gum issues I was having. My gums were red and bleeding when I brushed. Read morePublished 11 days ago by John P.
I agree with other posters, this is MOST DEFINITELY NOT vitamin C in its whole foods form. You may be asking yourself, 'what is the big difference between vitamin C and ascorbic... Read morePublished 12 days ago by M R