- adj. Of or pertaining to ascorbic acid or its derivatives
- From a- + scorbutic, possibly influenced by scorbic (Wiktionary)
“Vitamin C: Also known as ascorbic acid this vitamin is necessary for the maintenance and normal growth of all the tissues inside the body especially those of bones, teeth, joints and gums.”
“Benzene can form in soft drinks containing vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, and either sodium benzoate or potassium benzoate.”
“• Vitamin Cis also called ascorbic acid, and can be found in abundance in most fruits and vegetables, especially citrus fruits.”
“* Zamu* is Camu Camu fruit (Mike Adams) [Natural Vitamin C] (Natural News) pt 2 freewebs. com issac. amazonherb.net Vitamin C Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin.”
“Also known as ascorbic acid, Vitamin C helps to heal wounds, prevent cell damage, promote healthy gums and teeth, and strengthen the immune system.”
“Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C in their blood have greatly reduced rates of heart disease.”
“And the first two chapters were very interesting-I learned about what makes pepper spicy in one and all about vitamin C, aka ascorbic acid, in the other.”
“In addition, significant amounts of sodium sulfate are produced as a by-product from the production of other materials such as ascorbic acid, boric acid, cellulose, rayon, and silica pigments, to name a few.”
“The process can use lower-protein wheats, with chemical improvers, such as ascorbic acid, to produce a loaf of bread in just 3.5 hours.”
“Specifically, in comparison to the conventionally grown berries, the organic strawberries had higher total antioxidants, ascorbic acid, and total phenolics.”
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