Are More Vitamin C bad for you?

A water-soluble vitamin that promotes growth and development is vitamin C (ascorbic acid). It also aids 

iron absorption in the body. Vitamin C should be a part of your diet because your body cannot produce or

store it. Most people can acquire their recommended daily intake of vitamin C via food. Enough vitamin C

is included in an orange, a cup of strawberries, chopped red pepper, or broccoli to last the entire day. For

males and women, respectively, the recommended daily allowances for vitamin C are 90 mg and 75 mg. It is advised 

 to take 120 milligrams each day while pregnant. For all individuals, 2,000 mg is the daily maximum. While using excessive

amounts of vitamin C supplements may have the following side effects: Diarrhea, Nausea, (tummy) cramps, Headache.

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