Vitamins C and E

When’s the last time someone put himself on the line for you? Well, that’s what Vitamin C does every time you ingest it. A strong antioxidant, Vitamin C actually sacrifices itself to save your body tissues from free radical attacks, which increase during times of sickness and stress. Now that’s dedication! Vitamin C also contributes to the formation of collagen, an important connective tissue in bones, teeth, ligaments, tendons and skin.* Meanwhile, its cousin Vitamin E is also an antioxidant, but its focus is the outer portion of the cell. Recent studies have indicated that Vitamin E participates in cellular communication and immune function, too.* Find out more tonight at our FREE CLASS... - Boosting Your Immune System with Vemma - 7 pm - Feronia Wellness For more details... http://www.feroniawellness.org/2011/03/boost-your-immune-system-with-vemma.html Paul and Susan Collar Source:http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/infocenter/