Wild Organic Vitamin C
Wild C is created from fresh raw certified organic acerola berries that are soaked in water, then the remaining water is simmered down to a syrup. That syrup is then dehydrated at low temperature and powdered. This process maximises the vitamin C content and Brix degree while preserving the full spectrum of vitamins and minerals of the fruit. There are a lot of cheap, poor quality acai and maqui berry powders on the market today that don’t mix well or don’t taste good. Even some of the most recognised and reputable companies are going for the “cheaper options” such as spray dried. Camu camu and Gubinge are high quality as well. Some Camu Camu can taste bitter and be very light in colour. Even maltodextrin as a filler can be used so be careful buying cheaper variants. Goji berry powder is made from fresh goji berries, dried at low temperature and powdered. Certified organic as always and really sweet. Parsley and coriander are added to alkalise this vitamin C superfood formula. A lot of people use vitamin C during detoxification, especially heavy metals. Coriander is known to draw heavy metals out of the blood stream. Both parsley and coriander give this formula a grounding feel and taste. They are both also naturally high in vitamin C but also help to buffer the product. ABOUT Wild foods are naturally higher in nutrient content than farmed hybrids due to the conditions in which they grow. Eden Healthfoods Wild C is a truly natural and bioavailable, non-toxic vitamin C complex derived from a combination of certified organic wild berries and greens with naturally occurring high vitamin C content. It does NOT contain isolated vitamin C as this has shown not to be the most effect way to utilise vitamin C. Wild Ccontains vitamin C naturally occurring in it's WHOLE state, with its necessary co-factors like bioflavonoids, and other vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. It's non-toxic, even in large doses and does not cause nutrient imbalances. All the ingredients in Wild C are high in natural vitamin C content. Each serving size of 1 teaspoon or 3g contains 312mg of totally natural vitamin C which is approximately 5 times the recommended daily intake (RDI). Studies show that consuming 37mg of natural vitamin C is the equivalent of consuming 1000mg of isolated vitamin C. That means 1 serve of Wild C will be the equivalent of consuming over 6000mg of isolated vitamin C.