Vitamin C and your Cellular Health

Cellular health is a term that a lot of us might have heard but are not fully aware of - what is it or why cellular health is important or even how to improve cellular health.

Let us first understand cellular health and how Vitamin C as an antioxidant can help fight free radical damage to the cells.

What is cellular health?

There’s no complex scientific explanation: cellular health just refers to the health of your cells!

A more interesting way to think of cellular health is this way: Each cell’s health and your body contributes to overall, holistic bodily health. Therefore, you can think of cellular health as the microscopic version of overall health. The healthier your cells are, the healthier your body should be in aggregate since your cells will be working properly and well with one another.

In this way, cellular health is both complex and fairly simple. This also means that cellular health can definitely be affected by the things you do and your health habits. 

Why is cellular health important?

Cellular health is a concept that explains how our overall health is dependent on the cells in our body and how they are functioning. Cellular health matters greatly since it directly affects how your body functions, repairs itself, how well it produces new body tissue, and much more. 

This includes ensuring cells get adequate nutrients, are protected from external stressors, and are functioning to their fullest potential. 

How to improve cellular health?

Improving cellular health is a lifelong effort and it’s something you should certainly focus on if you want to live healthily and feel as good as you can for as long as possible. 

  • Start exercising if you aren’t already!

Exercising has multiple benefits. Maintaining a fit body is one of the best ways to feel full of energy and ensure top-tier cellular health. Exercise improves muscle health by renewing its cellular powerhouse: the mitochondria. 

  • Maintain a healthy diet. 

A diet that is high in vegetables and lower in animal protein lowers inflammation and helps protect cellular health. Consume less red meat and alcohol because high intake can damage cellular health.

  • Avoid exposure to toxicity

Speaking of things that can stress out the body, as you probably already know, exposure to sun, smoke, and other toxic elements can be seriously damaging. Chronic inflammation stresses out cells and trips up their healthy function. So, avoid toxins as much as possible. 

  • Vitamin C as an antioxidant

Vitamin C benefits include super antioxidant properties that help fight free radicals and boost cellular health. Vitamin C contributes to bolstering your immune defense by supporting various cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system. 

Vitamin C can be added to your regime via diet or through supplementation. 

WT Rawleigh's synergistic formula includes an herbal blend of berries, citrus, and green pepper, PLUS a powerful citrus bioflavonoid complex. The addition of buffered calcium enhances absorption making it gentler for those with gastrointestinal sensitivity.

Bring home Nature's C Complex and get all the vitamin C benefits, including better cellular health today!

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