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Revolution CVitamin C with bioflavonoids has been shown to provide antioxidant protection, support optimal immune function, and enhance healthy collagen production.

Flavonoids and bioflavonoids, the polyphenols that accompany vitamin C in nature, are generally considered to be among the most important and interesting classes of biologically-active compounds. More than 4,000 flavonoids have been identified, having a number of functions in common with vitamin C.

Citrus bioflavonoids are commonly used in Europe for blood vessel and lymph system support. U.S. practitioners utilize bioflavonoids in protocols to manage minor pain, inflammation, and swelling, to support healthy cholesterol levels and cholesterol metabolism, to strengthen and protect collagen, and to support respiratory, eye, gum, and skeletal health.

Perhaps the most important value of the bioflavonoids, however, is their potent antioxidant capability. Equally impressive is the plentiful number of studies spanning a gamut of mechanisms by which bioflavonoids support cardiovascular health and optimal blood sugar levels.

Studies demonstrating the role of flavonoids in the prevention/anti-proliferation of many types of cancer are too numerous to cite in this reference sheet. Several mechanisms have been suggested, including direct cytotoxicity, induction of apoptosis, modulation of cell cycling, and induction of cell migration required for normal differentiated cell function.

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Revolution C supplement facts



Take 1 capsule daily (unless otherwise instructed)


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