Acure: Super C
Humans are among the rare creatures in the animal kingdom that do not produce their own endogenous vitamin C. Oh, we used to, but somewhere along the evolutionary pathway we stopped. Perhaps as a means to remind us to eat lots of fruit? A recent animal study found that when rodents were manipulated so that they no longer produced ascorbic acid on their own (like humans), and then supplemented with a steady-state of vitamin C, their lifespan increased from 8.5 months to 23 months. Holy Ponce de Leon, Batman! I’ll be taking 500 mg vitamin C every few hours and I’ll see you when I’m 216 years old! Acure has a liposomal delivery, which boosts the vitamin C bioavailability up near the 100 percent that we’d like to get.