Top 5 Immune-Boosting Supplements: Whole Food Vitamin C

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        1. Our bodies use a lot of Vitamin C while ill and during healing, so we need the boost that these more concentrated forms give us. I’m very happy with them. I would consult the almighty Google for organic & raw supplements, because heat destroys vitamin C. You can get just about anything online!

  1. Does herbal tea that contains rose hips count as a whole food supplement? Just wondering if my Lemon Zinger tea is helpful in more ways than just being tasty. 🙂

    1. My dear Mrs. F., I would love to tell you yes, but I’m pretty sure the quality is pretty lacking as a nutrient supplement. 😉 I will be happy to help you with some recipes to make your own. I have been tinkering with tea recipes like crazy lately. One small caveat…The Royal Princess Katie, Lady George, and I will require a proper visit to make them for you.

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