Biorto, C 600 mg, 150 chap
Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that is involved in the cells' oxygen metabolism. Vitamin C requirements are increased in situations of oxidative stress, for example in tissue damage and in inflammatory conditions. The need for vitamin ...
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Vitamin C is an important antioxidant that is involved in the cells' oxygen metabolism. Vitamin C requirements are increased in situations of oxidative stress, for example in tissue damage and in inflammatory conditions. The need for vitamin C is slightly increased in smokers. Vitamin C is absorbed almost completely (80-90%) from the intestine, at doses around 100 mg daily. Excess vitamin C is excreted in the urine. Calcium is involved in the building up of bone tissue until about the age of 30. After this, the intake of calcium counteracts the unnecessary loss of calcium from the bones. BiOrto AL-C. (Vitamin C in the form of ascorbic acid, calcium in the form of calcium carbonate and magnesium in the form of magnesium carbonate). Carefully read the package leaflet. Indications: Strong vitamin-mineral preparation for the prevention and treatment of vitamin C, calcium and magnesium deficiency. Dosage: Adults: 1 tablet twice daily. Should only be used by pregnant women and children under 2 years of age by appointment with a doctor. Overdose: Large doses of vitamin C (> 2g) can cause bladder irritation and diarrhea and in some people may lead to an increased concentration of oxalic salts in the urine with a risk of stone formation. With overdose of calcium can be seen increased calcium levels in the blood as well as calcium deposits in various tissues, loss of appetite, nausea, large urine production and thirst. Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to the ingredients: Do not use BiOrto AL-C if you suffer from iron deficiency diseases, are prone to kidney stones, impaired kidney function or glucose 1-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (a rare inherited disease). Interactions: Co-administration of deferoxamine (iron-binding agent) increases the iron-absorbing effect. This can lead to treatment complications, which is why ascorbic acid intake should be avoided during the first 6 weeks of deferoxamine treatment. Larger doses of vitamin C can affect the effect and control of an anticoagulant treatment. Vitamin C delays the breakdown of dobutamine (used to reduce heart function) and may enhance its effect. High doses of vitamin C (2 mg) may reduce the effect of Indinavir (Indinavir is an antiviral product) by 1000-15%. The oral clearance of indinavir is unchanged. The mechanism unknown. Preparations containing calcium and magnesium may reduce the effect of tetracyclines. Tetracyclines should therefore be taken 20 hours before calcium and magnesium. Preparations containing calcium and magnesium may reduce the effect of fluoroquinolones (antibiotic) and should therefore be taken at least 3 hours apart. Concomitant intake of magnesium and calcium can mutually decrease the absorption of iron.
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