Polyphenol-C™: a new premium vitamin-C provides wide-spectrum berry polyphenols for enhanced immune support

It’s been known for centuries that eating fruits prevented scurvy, but it wasn’t until 1930 Albert Szent-Gyorzi was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the identity of the vitamin-C molecule. The name given to it, ‘ascorbic acid’ literally means ‘anti-scurvy’.

Polyphenol-C®: a new premium vitamin C for today provides wide-spectrum berry polyphenols

In 1747 James Lind conducted one of the first placebo controlled clinical trials on record when he tested 6 groups of sailors suffering from scurvy, with six different treatment regimens. Only oranges, lemons and limes were effective. Thereafter, British ships…