When you take a typical vitamin C supplement…
Like the “emergency” powders found at most drug stores….
That means you’re getting all of the vitamin C listed on the nutrition facts panel, right?
You see, most supplements use a form of vitamin C called ascorbic acid…
And ascorbic acid is not very absorbable.
So, the body has special “transporter” molecules that line your gut…
And carry vitamin across the gut barrier and into blood stream.
The problem is…
There’s only a limited number of “transporters” available for vitamin C molecules to plug into.
Meaning, the body can only absorb so much vitamin C at one time…
And any extra is excreted in your pee!
While most other companies try to fit more vitamin C into the limited number of “transporter” molecules available…
We’ve developed a breakthrough type of vitamin C that bypasses the body’s limited transport system all together!
Using a patented nano-technology…
Our vitamin C is absorbed directly into the body straight out of the bottle!
This means that you no longer have to rely on the limited number of spots open your body has for vitamin C…
And can get significantly more vitamin C at one time!
In fact, clinical research shows this patented nano-technology makes vitamin C over 50% more bio-available than ordinary vitamin C.
Even better, it starts working faster as well…
Raising vitamin C levels by 200% in just two hours!
To avoid the body’s limited number of “transport” molecules…
We’ve pre-packaged vitamin C inside something called “liposomes.”
Liposomes are microscopic spheres made of natural fats…
Which do NOT require transporter molecules to be absorbed into the body…
And instead enter the body directly.
You see, liposomes are hydrophilic.
Which means they mix easily in your stomach acids …
So they can be quickly transported into your intestines …
Where they can easily be absorbed into your blood …
And get to the cells that need them the most!
Even better, your cell membranes are also made up of liposomes …Which means it is much easier for them to pass through the cell membrane and get into your cells. Simply put, liposomal vitamin C gets MORE vitamin C into the body and cells for greater immune-boosting power. Plus, because this nano-vitamin c absorbs so easily…You’ll avoid the harsh stomach aches and heart burn that come along with average vitamin C supplements
Vitamin C is the KEY to warding off sickness and staying healthy this winter. Research shows vitamin C:
Vitamin C is a KEY component in how much collagen your body produces. Collagen is responsible for making your skin strong, elastic, and hydrated. In other words, more collagen means less wrinkles, a brighter, more even complexion, and greater protection.
One study looked at how vitamin C, along with other vitamins and minerals, effected skin health over the course of 90 days.
By the end of the study, the researchers found those taking vitamin C had skin 100% more moisturized, 50% more even complexion, and 15% more elastic!
Vitamin C helps enhance lipolysis, which is your body’s system for breaking down fat and using it as energy.
That’s why research shows people with adequate levels of Vitamin C burn 30% more fat during exercise compared to those with low Vitamin C levels.
Toxins are all around us – in the air we breath, the food we eat, the makeup we wear, and even other products we put on our bodies, such as deodorant, and body lotion.
Vitamin C’s potent antioxidant power helps eliminate these foreign threats.
In fact, 1 gram of vitamin see supplemationt is shown to lower toxin level in the body by 10%!
Whether seasonal or caused by household irratants, allergies can ruin your day. With Vitamin C, you can make the scratchy throat, watery eyes, and sniffing a thing of the past.
Because vitamin C is stops the release of histamine. Histamine is a chemical that is actually produced to help eliminate allergens from the body.
However, the body can easily produce too much histamine, and the side-effects are those nasty allergy symptoms.
In just three days, one gram of vitamin C has been shown to decrease histamine levels by a whopping 75%!
Vitamin C causes the release of a hormone called oxytocin. Oxyctocin is known as the “love” hormone because it’s release when we experience moments of great compassion and joy.
That’s why vitamin C supplementation was found to have to reduce mood disturbances by 35%.
Vitamin C’s anti-inflammatory power combined with it’s ability to generate connective tissue means this nutrient is a prime solution for pain relief.
In one study of patients with wrist pain, vitamin C showed that 500mg of vitamin for 50 days improved pain scores by up 42%.
Another study performed in patients with dysfunctional bones found vitamin C supplementation relieved pain in 85% of patiences within two weeks.
Finally, very high doses of vitamin C given intravenously gave patients with severe joint pain total relief within just two weeks!
Without vitamin C, your mitochondria, also known as your biological “power plants”….
….lack the proper raw ingredients they need to create fuel.
This is crucial for energy production, because the mitochondria supply the energy every cell in your body needs to function!
One animal study showed that vitamin C supplementation decreased fatigue by almost 20%!
A breakthrough vitamin C formulation featuring patented Cellg8® technology.
Inside every serving is one gram of vitamin C…
Fully protected inside nano-sized liposomes.
More importantly, this Cellg8® technology is shown to raise vitamin C levels by 200% within just two hours…
And be over 50% more bio-available than regular vitamin C.
Simply put, Ouro C gives you a more absorbable and effective vitamin C…
For greater anti-aging power…
And without any upset stomach or heartburn!
Just one teaspoon of Ouro C a day mixed with any liquid of your choice gives you all the anti-aging power of vitamin C.
Plus, Ouro C is:
And together with Ouro D3…
Ouro C will give you the strongest immune system possible this winter…
Stopping any threats that cross your path.
Just listen to what everyday folks are saying about this breakthrough nutritional technology.
“I tried capsules as well, but didn’t care for having to take 3-4 horse sized caps at a time depending on the brand. This is very easy to take. I have only been taking this for two weeks, but I feel more energized and mental clarity. Everyone at work has had a VERY nasty flu progressively over the last 10 days, terrible body aches, cough and fever, yet I continue to be healthy.” – Nan M.
“Most people around me were getting sick, I was feeling stronger, with no side effects from taking this product. It really is easy and painless to take, so if you are looking for something that is good for you, along with fast and easy….then buy this product now and treat your body and your whole family to this vitamin C and kiss those flu symptoms away!” – Beau P.
“ Haven’t been sick in months either!! Highly recommend giving this a try!” – LRI
“I’ve tried different brands and I’ve tried the buffered ones, and they all make me nauseated – except this one.” – B. Night
“If you’re looking for a powerful Vitamin C that doesn’t upset your digestion, this is the one. And, I have been well since I started taking it — no colds, no flu, just feeling great while everyone around me is coughing and calling in sick.” – L Merideth.
Mix one teaspoon of Ouro C liposomal vitamin C with any beverage of your choice. Drink and enjoy.
We normally charge $49.97 for one bottle of Ouro C.
Considering the advanced, patented nutritional technology inside…
That price is already a great deal.
But as someone who has decided he wants to feel, look, and perform their best…
I want to offer you a special one-time discount.
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