Ascorbic Acid : Natural or Chemical
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SYNTHETIC VITAMIN C RECIPE
Steps 1 thru 9 (Starch Hydrolysis):
Corn starch is broken down into simple sugar (D-Glucose) by the action of
heat and enzymes.
Important Point read this:
After you make this so called natural Vitamin C you now can now clean the stains of your pool.
Yes! You can buy a bucket of Ascorbic Acid to help clean the rust off your pool.
Image what it would do to your pet’s stomach.
Some brands of Ascorbic Acid have a so called buffer in them.
Buffer or not it is still a chemical man made synthetic vitamin.
We would not recommend any pet or human supplement with Ascorbic Acid, Calcium Ascorbate or Ester C.
This finished product is NOT VITAMIN C, but legally can be called so, which is very misleading to consumers.
It is missing 80% of what makes up food grade vitamin C.
Unlike synthetics, whole food vitamin C sources—like acerola cherry, green pepper, oranges, and broccoli—contain all the factors the body needs to derive the benefits from this vitamin.
DON'T BUY THE
We see a lot of this type of so called natural easy on the stomach vitamin C.
supplement (Ester-C®) contains mainly calcium ascorbate, but also contains
small amounts of the vitamin C metabolites dehydroascorbate (oxidized ascorbic
acid), calcium threonate, and trace levels of xylonate and lyxonate. Although
the metabolites are supposed to increase the bioavailability of vitamin C, the
only published study in humans found no difference between Ester-C® and
commercially available ascorbic acid tablets"
When your pet consume synthetic ascorbic acid the body tries to use it, but it needs the other missing factors. J factor, K factor, Rutin and Bioflavonoides. What ends up happening is your pet is striped of these nutrients from their organs and tissues, which can cause health problems.
So READ the label look for only natural ingredients. Stay away from chemical produced vitamins for your pet.