NutriBiotic, Sodium Ascorbate, Crystalline Powder, 16 oz (454 g)
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Did not work for me
8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by NBPT100 on Apr 16, 2013
In theory I like this product. It is gluten free, non-GMO and is a reasonable price.
However, It makes me constipation when I take it.
It is buffered with baking soda and that makes it more alkaline and milder on the stomach.
Try it, but be aware of any side effects. If it works for you it can be a very cost effective way to get Vit C.
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Is milder than ascorbic acid but still irritates stomach
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 4771196501841825363 on May 09, 2013
After reading "The Healing Factor: Vitamin C Against Disease" by Irwin Stone I concluded that it is vital to supplement with vitamin C. I first turned to ascorbic acid, but it irritated my stomach. I then turned to this product in hopes that it would be kinder to me, but it wasn't.
This C seems much less potent, than 'natural' C tabs.
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by GODisLife on May 25, 2012
While taking this I quickly developed a very bad sinus infection, which progressed into a very bad chest cold, the first such illness I've had in years. I had to stop taking it. Returned to taking the 'natural' C 1000 mg tabs I had been taking. Will not continue taking this product. Will probably throw it away, which I normally would never do, with a supplement that is a staple in my diet. If I find any other reason for the illness experienced, I will delete this review. Cannot recommend it.