- Bioavailable Vitamin C
- May Help the Body Against Oxidative stress
- May Support Immune Health
- Includes Citrus Bioflavonoid Made From Real Fruits
Is Country Life Maxi C-Complex right for you?
Country Life Maxi C-Complex provides 1000 mg Vitamin C along with bioflavonoids and associated factors to protect the body against oxidative stress and supporting the immune system. Country Life Maxi C-Complex provides essential nutrient, Vitamin C, along with bioflavonoids and associated factors. Each dosage contains 1000 mg Vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant and protects the body against oxidative distress. Vitamin C also helps the absorption of iron in the body and strengthens the immune system to prevent illness. Country Life Maxi C-Complex is gluten-free as certified by GFCO.org and AVA certified vegan. These tablets are absolutely free from preservatives and artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.
Treat yourself to great health with Country Life
Country Life always has an Authenticity of Ingredients, They always use a pure form of each ingredient and all the ingredients are laboratory tested to ensure accurate identification so you can be assured they use real, authentic ingredients. Country Life Ensures that their ingredients are completely clean is a top concern. Country Life manufacturing facility was one of the first NSF registered GMP facilities in the industry and maintains strict quality control towards this end. They also ensure every one of their products is certified gluten-free. Country Life ingredients are fresh because they manufacture their own products, their products go from tested raw material to manufactured good, to bottled and packaged products immediately so you can be assured of product potency throughout its shelf life. Country Life accuracy of labeling always ensures that if an ingredient appears on the supplement facts label, it is in their product in the exact ratios and potency that the label says. Country Life also ensures that if a product contains any known allergens, the label says so. No surprises.