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Healthy, refreshing and nutritious

Atasa Moceituba
Friday, March 09, 2018

NOTHING beats a glass of Nutri-C to quench your thirst and help you beat the heat.

Keeping yourself hydrated in this hot weather is extremely important and is the perfect time of the year to take a beverage inventory

Proudly distributed by Superb Distributors Ltd, Nutri-C Powdered Juice Drink is a healthy, refreshing and nutritious drink.

Rich in vitamin C, Nutri-C contains multi-vitamins and minerals that helps you maintain a vigorous stamina daily.

Nutri-C is available in many different delicious flavours that you can choose from, namely orange, mango, tropical, soursop, lime, fruit & vegetable, apple and melon.

Most Nutri-C flavours in 32g, 150g 250g 500g 750g contains 100 per cent vitamin C, and comes together with calcium, vitamin A, E, B Phosphorus and Folic Acid.

Why Vitamin C is so important some people may ask?

Vitamin C repairs and regenerates tissues, aids in absorption of iron, prevents scurvy (weakness), and decreases bad cholesterol.

Research indicates that vitamin C can help fight cancers by combating free radicals and help neutralise the effects of nitrites (preservatives found in some packaged foods that may raise the risk of certain forms of cancer).

Vitamin C can also lessen the duration of a common cold, help delay or prevent cataracts, and support healthy immune function.

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