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Aloe C Defense
Natural Energy Cocktail


Aloe C Defense is a deliciously refreshing effervescent cocktail that pairs nature’s powerful healer, whole aloe vera with the super antioxidant Vitamin C. Aloe C Defense is easy to use natural energy cocktail and individually packed for people on the go.
Dissolve one or two tablets in a bottle or glass of water or your favorite fruit juice, and you are on your way with a refreshing, tasty, healthy drink.

“Drinking Aloe today, keeps the doctor away.” -Dr. Bruce Hedendal, D.C., Ph.D.

Why buy a pre-made drink loaded with sugars, artificial sweeteners, and preservatives when you can have a fresh drink that is good for you?

One Aloe C Defense tablet contains
1000mg of Vitamin C and one quart of aloe vera for:

• Great for people on the go, just drop one or two Aloe Seltzer C effervescent tablets in your bottle of water and you have a
  refreshing, tasty, healthy drink.
• Great for a pre or post workout drink that is isotonically balanced, Ph buffered, and may help reduce muscle damage and
  soreness.
• Electrolyte drink ideal for people with hectic lifestyles.
• No artificial sweeteners in this natural energy cocktail
• Cortisol blocker to help relieve stress and pump up the immune system.
• Fresh until you activate in your glass.
• Can be taken with your favorite juice or beverage to give you that extra zing.
• Pairs nature’s powerful healer, whole aloe vera, with the super anti-oxidant, Vitamin C.


Vitamin C (L Ascorbic Acid) is a water soluble vitamin that has many benefits such as:

Plays an essential role in the manufacture of collagen.
Helps repair damaged tissue.
Is a powerful antioxidant.
Helps the body absorb more iron.
Plays a role in the production of hemoglobin and red blood cells.
Keeps teeth and gums healthy.
Helps heal wounds and broken bones.
Boosts immune function

Muscle damage
Three studies evaluated the effects of Vitamin C supplementation on muscle damage following exercise. It appears that higher doses of Vitamin C (800 mg/day to three grams/day) may have some benefit in reducing muscle soreness and damage following exercise. However, lower doses (200 milligrams/day) have little benefit.

Common colds
Some nutritionists have called Vitamin C the cure for the common cold. Although it does not cure the common cold, numerous studies have shown that Vitamin C is effective in reducing the severity and the duration of the common cold. One study showed Vitamin C reduced the duration of the cold by 21%, and another found Vitamin C reduced the severity and length of respiratory infections in a group of marathon runners.

Anti oxidant
Free radicals are unstable by-products of the body’s normal chemical processes. Stress and environmental toxins increase free radicals in the body, which can damage cell membranes and interact with genetic material. Free radicals may contribute to the aging process, cancer, heart disease and cataracts. They can also enhance the hazardous properties of LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, a major factor in the development of atherosclerosis. Antioxidants like Vitamin C can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even prevent their negative impact on the body.

Mental function
Vitamin C concentration in the brain is 15x higher than anywhere else in the body. Vitamin C is involved in the production of neurotransmitters that are crucial to memory and mental function. In a 1997 study of Japanese –American men living
in Hawaii, who took supplemental Vitamins C and E had an incredible 88% lower risk of vascular dementia (progressive mental decline that occurs as result of poor circulation in the brain) than those who did not take supplements. This study was a part of an ongoing aging study including 3,385 men aged 71-93 years old. Approximately 15% of people over 65 have some degree of dementia.

Cataracts and macular degeneration
Vitamin C is highly concentrated in the eye, and protects against free radicals. One cause of cataracts and macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of impaired vision and blindness, is free-radical damage to the lens. Long term supplementation of Vitamin C may reduce the risk of cataracts. The relationship between cataracts and the intake of Vitamin C was shown in an ongoing nurses health study in which 247 women ages 56 - 71participated. Patients taking Vitamin C for more than 10 years had a 77% lower risk of age-related cataracts compared to women who did not take the supplement.

Protection against heart disease
Deficiencies in Vitamin C have been linked to heart disease. Vitamin C’s powerful antioxidant properties may benefit the heart, helping to maintain blood vessel flexibility and reduced blood pressure.

 

 
                 Aloe C Defense
 

Aloe C Defense / 28 effervescent tablets

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Directions:  Dissolve one Aloe C Defense effervescent tablet in water or juice. Stir before drinking.

Supplement Facts
Serving size: 0 tablet
Serving per container: 00

Amount
per
Serving

% Daily  
Value*

 

Calories

5

<1%

Sodium

235 mg

9.5%

Total Carbohydrates

1 g

<1%

Sugars

1 g

<1%

Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)

1000 mg

1670%

Betamannin (hydrolized whole aloe vera gel)

50 mg

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet
Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients:  Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Glucose, Orange Flavor, Magnesium Carbonate, Polyethylene Glycol, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Carbonate.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Does taking vitamin C help you to avoid getting colds?
Some nutritionists have called vitamin C the cure for the common cold. Although it does not cure a cold, numerous studies have shown that vitamin C is effective in reducing the severity and the duration of a cold. One study showed vitamin C reduced the duration of the cold by 21%, and another found vitamin C reduced the severity and length of respiratory infections in a group of marathon runners.

My ophthalmologist suggested I take an additional dose of vitamin C for optimum eye protection and health. What is the reason for that?
Vitamin C is highly concentrated in the eye, and protects against free radicals. Free radical damage to the lens is one cause of cataracts and macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of impaired vision and blindness. An ongoing nurses health study found that women using vitamin C supplementation long tern had a 77% lower risk of age-related cataracts compared to women who did not take the supplement.

I've heard about the topical uses of aloe vera, but what about taking aloe vera orally?
Aloe vera has many functions. It is great both topically and orally, and is used in many applications such as skin care, dietary supplements and herbal beverages. Aloe vera is rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

Benefits of aloe vera taken orally:

• Promotes gastrointestinal health
• Powerful antioxidant with antiviral properties

Why do athletes take large doses of vitamin C ?
Three studies evaluated the effects of vitamin C supplementation on muscle damage following exercise. It appears that higher doses of vitamin C (800mg/day to three grams/day) may have some benefit in reducing muscle soreness and damage following exercise. However lower doses (200mg/day) have little benefit.

What are the benefits of combining vitamin C and aloe vera ?
A recent study conducted by Dr. Joe Vinson at Scranton University, Scranton, Pa. concluded that consuming vitamin E or vitamin C with aloe vera increased the half-life of the vitamin in the plasma. This research suggests that you can increase the bioavailability of vitamin C when it is combined with aloe vera.

My friend recommended this product to prevent and heal my cold sores. Does that work?
We have many customers who have reported that their cold sores healed quickly with the use of Aloe C Defense. Others say that when Aloe C Defense is used as a gargle and then swallowed, it helps to prevent outbreaks.

 

 

 

 

 

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