sodium ascorbate

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sodium ascorbate

[′sōd·ē·əm ə′skȯr‚bāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH2OH(CHOH)2COHCOHCOONa White, odorless crystals; soluble in water, insoluble in alcohol; decomposes at 218°C; used in therapy for vitamin C deficiency.
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Cathcart also reported that he could only obtain "a clinical ascorbate effect" orally with ascorbic acid, not mineral ascorbates.
FIZZIT contains 1000 milligrams of vitamin C from seven mineral ascorbates, which is the equivalent of eight glasses of orange juice, and includes 32 mineral complexes and B vitamins.
The production of mineral ascorbates as they occur in most animals' bodies is simulated, and the effervescent Emer'gen-C is ready to drink," the spokesman says.
Contains no chemical esters, only natural mineral ascorbates to provide vitamin C.
E-mer'gen-C is a vitamin C product that mixes with water to form neutral -- nonacidic -- mineral ascorbates.
Small doses of vitamin C in the form of mineral ascorbates might be safe to take; but at the recommended high doses here, the minerals used to make the ascorbate may develop into an overdose of minerals or create mineral imbalances.
Nutraceutix also provides exceptional once-daily controlled delivery nutraceutical products for private labels and brands including advanced forms of Glucosamine with or without Chondroitin and MSM, Vitamin-C, Ester-C, Niacin, B-Complex, Mineral Ascorbates, Soy Isoflavones, Green Tea Extract, Caffeine and many others.
According to findings disseminated by the Committee for World Health, a nonprofit research foundation, Russian children showed 150% increases in muscle function after taking E-mer'gen-C fortified mineral ascorbates for 30 days.
Mineral ascorbates are salts and do not carry the same number of antioxidant electrons.